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Video Vocabulary

/ˈevrēˌ(h)wer/

everywhere
adverb noun

in or to all places. all places or directions.

/kənˈfyo͞ozd/

confused
adjective verb

bewildered. To make something unclear or hard to understand.

/ikˈspreSHən/

expressions
noun other

expressing of thoughts or feelings. Saying what you think or how you feel.

/ˈpärdəˌsip(ə)l/

participle
noun

Nonfinite form of the verb, e.g. -ing or -ed forms.

/ˈyo͞oZH(o͞o)əlē/

usually
adverb

under normal conditions.

/prəˌnənsēˈāSH(ə)n/

pronunciation
noun

How a word is said; how a word sounds.

/ˈpräbəblē/

probably
adverb

That is likely to happen or be true.

/rəˈplās/

replacing
verb

To use instead of something else.

/ɡet/

getting
verb

To obtain, receive or be given something.

/ˈbāsik(ə)lē/

basically
adverb

Used before you explain something simply, clearly.

welcome - welcome

/ˈwelkəm/

welcome
adjective exclamation noun verb

gladly received. used to greet someone in polite or friendly way. Friendly greeting to someone who has arrived. greet someone arriving in polite or friendly way.

/ˈpasiv/

passive
adjective noun

With sentence's subject being what verb acts on. passive verb.

/iɡˈzampəl/

examples
noun other verb

thing characteristic of its kind. Things, people, which represent a category. be illustrated or exemplified.

/ˈpraktəs/

practice
noun verb

Doing something many times to become better at it. perform activity repeatedly to improve or maintain proficiency.

/ˈsəmˌwən/

someone
pronoun

unknown or unspecified person.