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PERFECT ENGLISH – 10 must-know English words! | Rachel’s English Pronunciation 9/11

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Video Vocabulary

/ˈdif(ə)rənt/

different
adjective

Not of the same kind; unlike other things.

/strest/

stressed
adjective verb

experiencing mental or emotional strain or tension. To emphasize one or more parts of a word, sentence.

/kənˈtān/

contains
verb

have or hold within.

/ˌôlˈredē/

already
adverb

Having happened or been done before this time.

/ˌənˈstrest/

unstressed
adjective

(of syllable) not pronounced with stress.

/sə(ɡ)ˈjest/

suggest
verb

put forward for consideration.

/kənˈtent/

content
adjective noun verb

happy and peaceful. Information in something, e.g. book or computer. satisfy.

/ˈstədē/

studying
verb

To focus on learning something usually at school.

/ɡet/

getting
verb

To begin to feel or understand an emotion or idea.

/ˈlərnəd/

learned
adjective verb

having acquired much knowledge through study. To get knowledge or skills by study or experience.

/ˈyo͞oZH(o͞o)əlē/

usually
adverb

Normally; regularly.