English Vocabulary & Pronunciation - P4
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Daily Pronunciation - procrastinate
Today's word is "procrastinate". This is a verb which means to put off doing something, often out of laziness.
For example, you can say, "I keep procrastinating doing my homework."
Daily Pronunciation - propaganda
Today's word is "propaganda". This is a noun which means misleading information or ideas to promote a certain cause.
For example, you can say, "Fear-based propaganda has been used throughout history by the governments of many nations to justify wars.
English Pronunciation - propensity
Today's word is propensity. This is a noun which means a natural tendency.
For example, you can say, He had a propensity to talk too much when he was nervous.
English Pronunciation - pugnacious
Today's word is "pugnacious". This is an adjective which means quarrelsome or belligerent.
For example, you can say, "No one wanted to invite Dave to the party; he is always pugnacious."
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