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English Pronunciation - PANACEA
Today's word is "panacea". This is a noun which means a remedy to cure all diseases or a solution for all difficulties. For example, you can say, "Solar power is a promising alternative energy source; however, it's not a panacea. There are advantages and disadvantages to solar energy."
Daily Pronunciation - PAUSITY
Today's word is "paucity". This is a noun which means scarcity or a lack of something. For example, you can say, "There is a paucity of computer savvy teachers in our school. We should offer computer training for the teachers."



Daily Pronunciation - PAUSE
Today's word is "pause". This is both a noun and a verb. As a verb, it means to stop an action temporarily. For example, you can say, "Let's pause what we're doing for this special announcement."
English Pronunciation - PENURY
Today’s word is penury. This is a noun which means extreme poverty. For example, you can say, The family was living in penury; they had no money for food or shelter


 

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