English Vocabulary & Pronunciation - L2
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Daily Pronunciation - ludicrous
Today's word is "ludicrous". This is an adjective which means ridiculous or laughable.
For example, you can say, "Many foreigners are surprised to see there are so many ludicrous lawsuits filed in the US."
Daily Pronunciation - luminary
Today's word is "luminary". This is both an adjective and a noun. As a noun, it means a famous person who has achieved great success in a certain field.
For example, you can say, "As an ambassador to France, my uncle often attends parties hosted by French luminaries in business and politics."
English Pronunciation - lustrous
Today's word is "lustrous". This is an adjective which means shining or luminous.
For example, you can say, "The lustrous diamond is incredibly expensive."
Daily Pronunciation - lyrics
Today's word is "lyrics". This is a noun in its plural form which means words to a song.
For example, you can say, "My dad is a huge fan of the Beetles. He knows the lyrics to all of their songs."
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