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10 Behaviors You Should Never Tolerate in a Relationship

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Video Vocabulary

/fo͝olˈfiliNG/

fulfilling
adjective verb

Satisfying because something was accomplished. To finish or provide something successfully.

/bəˈhāvyər/

behaviors
noun other

way in which one acts or conducts oneself. The ways a person or thing acts; manners.

/ˈfälōiNG/

following
adjective noun preposition verb

next in time. body of supporters or admirers. coming after or as a result. To support someone, e.g. singer or comedian.

/ˈtäləˌrāt/

tolerate
verb

To be able to adjust to changes of various kinds.

/ˈsəmˌwən/

someone
pronoun

unknown or unspecified person.

/ˈdēliNG/

dealing
noun verb

business relations or transactions. To do business with someone or to sell products.

/rəˈlāSH(ə)nˌSHip/

relationships
noun other

way in which two or more people or things are connected. Romantic or loving friendships between two people.

/ˈsəmˌTHiNG/

something
adverb pronoun

used for emphasis with following adjective functioning as adverb. Thing that is not yet known or named.

/ˌäbləˈɡāSH(ə)n/

obligation
noun other

act or course of action to which person is morally or legally bound. Fact of being forced morally to do something.

/ˈakSH(ə)n/

actions
noun other verb

process of doing something. Some things that a person or things do. To take action to do something.

/ˈnəriSHiNG/

nourishing
adjective verb

(of food) containing substances necessary for growth, health. To provide food and the necessary things to live.

/iɡˈzak(t)lē/

exactly
adverb

used to emphasize accuracy of figure or description.

/ˌdisəˈpoin(t)iNG/

disappointing
adjective verb

failing to fulfil someone's hopes or expectations. To not meet the expectations of others or yourself.

/dəˈskəvər/

discover
verb

find unexpectedly or while searching.