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Today’s “Word of the Day” is denounce and it is a verb meaning “condemn, criticize, attack, censure/castigate”. English Speaking Skills, Advanced English Vocabulary, English Writing Skills, Learn English Grammar, English Verbs, Learn English Words, English Phrases, Good Vocabulary Words, Hindi Language Learning

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Today’s “Word of the Day” is denounce and it is a verb meaning “condemn, criticize, attack, censure/castigate”. This word is present [.......]

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English Modals of NECESSITY, Definitions and Examples - English Grammar Here

Modals, Definitions and Example Sentences; English Modals of NECESSITY, Definitions and Examples Need (verb) (without to) is used in negative and interrogative sentences. Also, we can use don`t have to / doesn`t have to / didn`t have to(past), must for the same purpose. In the affirmative, we use need to to express necessity. Example Sentences He mustn’t be late for the meeting. I must be careful not to upset her. They must leave immediately. You don’t have to give me money but I can if you…

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English Modals of OBLIGATION, Definitions and Examples - English Grammar Here

The main verbs of obligation are; MUST, HAVE TO, SHOULD. The past of have to / has to is had. Must is for personal obligations. Have to is for general obligations. Example Sentences You must stop here. You have to wear a seatbelt when you drive. You must answer at least one question. You should call Mary. I know she misses you a lot. She looks sick. She should go home. I must do some work. You shouldn’t have smoked. I have to return the book now. I had to wear a school uniform when I was a…

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Today’s “Word of the Day” is hobble and it is a verb meaning “restrict/control/limit the activity or development of something”. This word [.......]

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Today’s “Word of the Day” is jockey and it is a verb meaning “compete, contend, vie, fight/struggle”. This word is present in [.......]

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As Halloween approaches, ghouls and goblins haunt the alleyways, and spooky words keep cropping up in conversation. Practice your English listening skills and learn heaps of eerie words with these 10 short Halloween dictations for ESL students! Boo! Related: 20 mini-dictations using phrasal verbs with ‘take’ HALLOWEEN WORDS: English Dictation 1 […]

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