insatiable: adj. /ɪnˈseɪ.ʃə.bl ̩/ (especially of a desire or need) too great to be satisfiedHow to pronounce: http://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/british/insatiable-I am with an insatiable desire to learn English.- Another ice cream? You are insatiable.insatiably: adv. /ɪnˈseɪ.ʃə.bli/Read more…
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We will learn new words together in this group.I begin with the head words of the Academic Word List.
Come on and join us,read discussions and participate in them by making new sentences to enrich our vocabularies together.As you know the best way for learning new words is memorizing them in a phrase or sentence,thus you can learn them better when you use it yourself in a simple sentence.
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proximity : noun /prɒkˈsɪm.ɪ.ti//prɑːkˈsɪm.ə.t ̬i/That means the state of being near in space or time.How to pronounce it.>http://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/british/proximityExamples:1. The bookstore benefits from its proximity to several schools.2. Not many mountains in the world are found in such close proximity to an urban area.3. Tom's office is in the proximity of the building.Have a good day.GraceRead more…
Hello everyone,Today I would like to share a phrase that I learned from a magazine as follows.one-of-a-kind: that means unique or specialExample: If you are looking for a one-of-a-kind dress,you might find it in this department store.PS: Please do remember that if there is no noun after the phrase, it's no need to add the hyphen between the words like the following sentence.Example: Many people think that Michael Jackson's dressing is one of a kind.Hope it's useful for everyone and please do…Read more…
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