What is up, everybody? I’m Anna! And this is the “English Fluency Journey”. Here I give tips and advice for English learners, and as I’m learning English myself, I invite you to learn it with me.
It’s much easier to understand this when you use those words in sentences!
Far up in the air was an object that looked like a balloon
Before she could object, he took charge again.
She has made considerable progress in the study of arithmetic.
The course allows students to progress at their own speed
I'm working on a project
Actors must learn to project their voices.
Ice is an interesting subject for contemplation.
My parents are unwilling to subject us to embarrassment
So, I’ll be better for you, if you make up your own sentences using these words!
Pay attention, when you search for a word meaning in an online dictionary, and you're clicking on that speaker icon to hear the pronunciation of the word, you'll hear it pronounced either like a noun, or like a verb. So, if you want to hear how the word is pronounced as a verb, you have to search for the word as a verb
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