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Video Vocabulary

/ˈkaCHiNG/

catching
adjective verb

infectious. To get stuck on or in something.

/ɡet/

getting
verb

To begin to feel or understand an emotion or idea.

/dəˈtāl/

details
noun other verb

individual fact or item. Small parts of some things; tiny facts. describe fully.

/ˈejəˌkādəd/

educated
adjective verb

having been educated. To teach someone in a school or college.

/ˈsim(ə)lərlē/

similarly
adverb

In a way almost the same as something else.

progress
noun verb

Act of moving forward. To move forward or toward a place or goal.

/wərldˈwīd/

worldwide
adjective adverb

extending or reaching throughout world. null.

/ˌənˈejəˌkādəd/

uneducated
adjective

Having little or no education.

/prəˈfeSHən/

profession
noun

Group of people working in a certain job.

/bēˈkəz/

because
conjunction

For a reason.

welcome - welcome

/ˈwelkəm/

welcome
adjective exclamation noun verb

gladly received. used to greet someone in polite or friendly way. instance or manner of greeting someone. greet someone arriving in polite or friendly way.

/ˈfərT͟Hər/

further
adjective adverb conjunction verb

Extra; in addition. at, to, or by greater distance. (Used to introduce an additional point); also. To help to happen or develop; promote.

/kəmˈper/

compare
verb

estimate similarity or dissimilarity between.

/dəˈskəs/

discuss
verb

To talk about seriously or in great detail.

/ˈsēˌferiNG/

seafaring
adjective noun

(of person) regularly travelling by sea. practice of regularly travelling by sea.