5 ENGLISH WORDS YOU MUST START USING NOW

By watching this video lesson, you will learn 5 English Words that will help you sound more like a native English speaker.

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Sunday: Jetlag

  • Meaning: the feeling of tiredness and confusion that people experience after making a long trip by plane to a place where the time is different from the place they left
  1. After my trip to Australia, my jetlag symptoms lasted for almost a week.
  2. To combat jetlag, it’s important to stay hydrated and try to adjust your sleep schedule before traveling.
  3. Long-haul flights can be exhausting and often result in severe jetlag.

Monday: Gallivant

  • Meaning: To travel or wander aimlessly or search for pleasure and amusement
  1. She was always gallivanting around the world, never settling down in one place for too long.
  2. On his days off, he loved to gallivant around town, trying new restaurants and exploring new neighborhoods.
  3. She wanted to gallivant through Europe with her best friends, soaking up the sights and sounds.

Tuesday: Roaming

  • Meaning: To move around freely, or to travel without a fixed destination or purpose.
  1. She spent her teenage years roaming the beaches of Australia, soaking up the sun and surf.
  2. The streets of Hong Kong are great for roaming, with lots of interesting sights and sounds around every corner.
  3. I love roaming around new cities, discovering hidden gems, and trying new foods.

Wednesday: Transcendent

  • Meaning: Describing a moment or experience that is so amazing or profound that it goes beyond ordinary human experience
  1. The view from the top of Machu Picchu was transcendent, taking our breath away.
  2. Hearing the choir sing in the huge cathedral was a transcendent experience I’ll never forget.
  3. Certain moments in life can be transcendent, such as falling in love or witnessing a breathtaking sunset.

Thursday: Epiphany

  • Meaning: A moment of sudden and profound realization or understanding
  1. The character’s epiphany in the novel marked a turning point in the story.
  2. I had an epiphany about my career path after attending a motivational seminar.
  3. His epiphany about the importance of family came during a particularly difficult time in his life.

Friday: Catch someone off guard

  • Meaning: To surprise someone by doing or saying something unexpected.
  • Sentence 1: His question caught her off guard, and she didn’t know how to respond.
  • Sentence 1: His question caught her off guard, and she didn’t know how to respond.
  • Sentence 3: The interviewer’s unexpected question caught the candidate off guard during the job interview.
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jesus
jesus
8 months ago

very useful vocabulary

Darius Diakpogbay Cooper Sr.
Darius Diakpogbay Cooper Sr.
8 months ago

I really appreciate your teaching, l am learning 📕 with you from West Africa, Liberia.
My name is Darius Diakpogbay Cooper Sr

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