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English Pronunciation - INTREPID
Today's word is "intrepid". This is an adjective which means fearless or brave. For example, you can say, "John's intrepid personality made him a good choice for team leader."
English Pronunciation - IRON OUT
Today’'s phrase is iron out. This is a phrasal verb which means to solve a problem. For example, you can say, We have to iron out a few minor details before we can sign the contract.



Learn English - Lesson - JUMP TO - #330
Todays phrase is jump to. This is a phrasal verb which means to make a quick decision before seeing all the evidence. For example, you can say, Without giving me a chance to explain, my teacher jumped to the conclusion that I stole the missing laptop computer.


 

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