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English Pronunciation - ABRIDGED
Today’'s word is abridged. This is an adjective which means shortened or reduced. For example, you can say, The abridged version of the novel was much easier to read than the full 949 page original.
Learn English - achieve
Today's word is "achieve". This is a verb which means to attain, accomplish, or obtain something successfully by effort. For example, you can say, "Michael finally achieved his goal of becoming a doctor."

English Pronunciation - ADVANTAGE
Today’s word is advantage. This is a noun which means benefit or profit. For example, you can say, It is to your advantage to learn to speak English very well.
Daily Pronunciation - aesthetic
Today's word is "aesthetic". This is both a noun and an adjective. As an adjective, it means relating to a sense of beauty. For example, you can say, "Aesthetic salons are my mother's favorite place to be; she loves getting facial treatments and massages in beautiful salons."

English Pronunciation – agile
Today's word is "agile". This is an adjective which means active or well-coordinated. For example, you can say, "Joel is very agile as he jumps the hurdles."

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