ENGLISH WORDS | How To Use English Words In Real Life

In this lesson, you will learn new English words and how to use them in real life. These English words are used by native English speakers and will help you speak English more fluently.


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Vocabulary / Expressions

  1. Perks
  2. Thrive
  3. Bluff
  4. Prolonged
  5. Vulnerable
  6. Perks
    1. an advantage or something extra.
      1. One of the perks of online shopping is finding the best deals for the item you want to purchase.
      2. American Express Blue offers a wide range of perks.
      3. You might think of these cards as business cards with perks.


  7. Thrive
    1. to grow, develop, or be successful.
      1. A business cannot thrive without investment.
      2. Loving relationships thrive in an open and honest environment.
      3. These animals rarely thrive in captivity.


  8. Bluff
    1. pretending in a difficult situation; try to deceive someone as to one’s abilities or intentions
      1. She says someone else has made her a higher offer but I think she’s bluffing.
      2. Everyone could tell that he was bluffing.
      3. He is kind and friendly despite his bluff character.


  9. Prolonged
    1. lasting longer than usual or expected.
      1. How are you going to explain your prolonged absence?
      2. She did not want a prolonged discussion.
      3. She prolonged her exposure to the sun.


  10. Vulnerable
    1. easily hurt or harmed physically, mentally, or emotionally.
      1. We work mainly with the elderly and other vulnerable groups.
      2. Children are the most vulnerable members of society.
      3. She’s so vulnerable and practically incapable of doing anything on her own about her problems.


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