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English Pronunciation - DISCERNING
Today'’s word is discerning. This is an adjective which means showing good judgment. For example, you can say, His discerning nature usually kept him out of trouble.
English Pronunciation - DROP IN
Today’'s phrase is drop in. This is a phrasal verb which means to visit someone without an appointment. For example, you can say, My mother dropped in for a visit when I was just about to leave my apartment.



Daily Pronunciation - DWINDLE
Today's word is "dwindle". This is a verb which means to become gradually less and less. For example, you can say, "Her savings have dwindled to little over $500 after she lost her job."


 

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