ENGLISH WORDS YOU MUST KNOW TO SPEAK ENGLISH IN REAL LIFE

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Sunday: Conspiracy

  • Meaning: a secret plan by a group to do something unlawful or harmful
  • Sentence 1: The three men are accused of conspiracy.
  • Sentence 2: I suspected that he was involved in the conspiracy.
  • Sentence 3: At first, he was blissfully unaware of the conspiracy against him.

Monday: Nefarious

  • Meaning: actions or activities that are morally bad.
  1. Most of us know that information sent over internet wires can be used by individuals with nefarious intent.
  2. In the end, she was successful in her efforts to beat the villains at their own nefarious game.
  3. I know the list of nefarious uses for the internet, but I’m not worried about them.

Tuesday: Skeptical

  • Meaning: not easily convinced; having doubts or reservations.
  1. She turned in time to see Mrs. Watson’s skeptical look turn into a smile.
  2. His expression was skeptical.
  3. But over the last few years, I’ve become skeptical about the whole thing.

Wednesday: Mind-numbing

  • Meaning: so extreme or intense as to prevent normal thought.
  1. I didn’t want to listen to any more of his mind-numbing speech.
  2. The whole experience was mind-numbing.
  3. The repetition was mind-numbing.

Thursday: Epidemic

  • Meaning: excessively prevalent or excessively happening often over a large area at a particular time.
  1. A great epidemic burst forth in that area.
  2. She was carried off by the epidemic.
  3. The threat of an epidemic caused great alarm and trepidation.

Friday: To no end [100 English Expressions Book #11]

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