English Vocabulary & Pronunciation - I1

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English Pronunciation - IDIOSYNCRASY
Today's word is "idiosyncrasy". This is a noun which means a habit or characteristic that is particular to an individual. For example, you can say, "His finger snapping was his own wonderful idiosyncrasy."



Learning English Pronunciation - IMPETUS
Today’s word is impetus. This is a noun which means stimulus or a moving force. For example, you can say, The new restaurant gave impetus to the areas dining life.



English Pronunciation - IMPROMPTU
Today's word is "impromptu". This can be a noun, an adverb, or an adjective. As an adjective, it means unrehearsed or improvised. For example, you can say, "John and his team had to give an impromptu presentation on monthly sales projection because the president of the company unexpectedly stopped by their branch."



English Pronunciation – IMPUNITY
Today's word is "impunity". This is a noun which means an exemption from punishment. For example, you can say, "In exchange for his testimony, he got impunity."


English Pronunciation - INAUGURATE
Today’s word is inaugurate. This is a verb which means to induct into office or make a formal beginning. For example, you can say, In the U.S., we inaugurate a new president to take office after he or she has won an election.




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