English Vocabulary & Pronunciation - G3
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Learn English - gregarious
Today's word is "gregarious". This is an adjective which means sociable or living in a group.
For example, you can say, "The human being is a gregarious animal. And so is the cow."
Daily Pronunciation - guffaw
Today's word is "guffaw". This is both a noun and a verb. As a noun, it means a big burst of laughter. As a verb, it means to laugh loudly.
For example, you can say, "When my teacher, Mr. Jones bent over to pick up his pen, the back of his pants split open. Everyone in the class guffawed."
English Pronunciation - grotesque
Today's word is grotesque. This is both an adjective and a noun. As an adjective, it means fantastically ugly or bizarre.
For example, you can say, Her nose job was truly grotesque; she should get a refund.
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