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THIS IS HOW I LEARNED TO HEAR GOD'S VOICE MORE CLEARLY | L'amour in Christ

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Intro:

Video Vocabulary

/ˈkwesCH(ə)n/

questions
noun other verb

sentence worded or expressed so as to elicit information. What you ask about; issues. ask someone questions.

/ˈtôkiNG/

talking
adjective noun verb

engaging in speech. action of talking. To make a formal speech about something.

/ˈevrēˌwən/

everyone
pronoun

every person.

/əˈnəT͟Hər/

another
adjective determiner pronoun

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

/dəˈsərniNG/

discerning
adjective verb

having or showing good judgement. To be able to tell differences, see shapes, etc..

/ˈstrəɡəl/

struggled
verb

To try very hard to do something difficult.

/stärt/

started
verb

To do, be or happen for the first time; begin.

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.

/ˈklerədē/

clarity
noun

intelligibility.

/ˈlərnəd/

learned
adjective verb

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

/ɡet/

getting
verb

To understand something being said or read.