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Video Vocabulary

/əˈnəT͟Hər/

another
adjective determiner pronoun

One more, but not this. used to refer to additional person or thing of same type as one. additional person or thing of same type.

/ˈtēCHər/

teacher
noun

Person who teaches others, especially in a school.

/ˈajəktiv/

adjective
noun

A word that describes a noun, e.g. happy.

/məˈstāk/

mistake
noun verb

wrong or misguided act or judgement. be wrong about.

/dəˈskrīb/

describe
verb

give detailed account in words of.

/kəˈrektlē/

correctly
adverb

in way that is true, factual or appropriate.

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. To greet someone who has just arrived.

/ˈfēliNG/

feeling
adjective noun verb

showing emotion or sensitivity. Sensation or emotion you experience. To sense through direct contact; touch.

/ˈlərnər/

learners
noun other

person learning subject or skill. People gaining knowledge or skills through study.

/ˈfizik(ə)lē/

physically
adverb

In a manner related to the body.

/ˈkäment/

comments
noun other verb

remark expressing opinion. Some things you say, giving opinions; remarks. To say something that gives your opinion.

/iɡˈzampəl/

example
noun verb

Thing, person which represents a category. be illustrated or exemplified.

/biɡ/

biggest
adjective

of great size or extent.

/ˈdifəkəlt/

difficult
adjective

Hard; not easy; you need to work hard to do it.

/bēˈkəz/

because
conjunction

for reason that.