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Receive free updates of this Daily Vocabulary Podcast on your email. Click here: http://bit.ly/subscribe-for-bm-podcastToday’s word is: amicable. Would you like to know what it means? It means: friendly and without arguments, peaceful, cooperative or good-natured.   In this English vocabulary lesson you will learn how to use the word amicable. We are sure that this ESL lesson will help you to enhance your English vocabulary and speak English fluently and confidently.The word amicable means friendly and without arguments or peaceful.For example: after fighting for many years, the business partners finally signed an amicable agreement for separation of business units.Listen carefully how we can use the word amicable in 8 different situations in 8 different sentences.Example number 1 of 8:  The manufacturer was displeased with the dealer because he was  stocking the products of their competitor. It caused a distress in their relationship. Eventually, the liaison officer of the company worked out an amicable settlement between the parties.Example number 2 of 8:  The relations between two prominent business groups had turned very tense. After a lot of discussion, finally the leaders of both sides agreed to meet. The meeting was amicable and everyone was relieved.Example number 3 of 8:  A peaceful village suddenly witnessed some tourists who created nuisance. The villagers got upset and blocked the entry of all the other tourists wanting to visit that village. Ultimately, the local government officials intervened and resolved the matter amicably.Example number 4 of 8:  The relationship between the two senior players in the team had turned bitter. The coach of the team tried his best to resolve the matter in an amicable way, but his efforts yielded no results. Example number 5 of 8:  Mrs. Shinde was the judiciary office hearing divorce cases. She observed that in most cases, personal egos and misunderstanding lead to filing for divorce. She would often counsel the couples and try to reach an amicable settlement.Example number 6 of 8:  The two musicians worked together for a long time to release many hit albums. However, certain media reports created a misunderstanding between them. Soon, they decided to work independently and parted ways amicably.Example number 7 of 8:  The transportation company received huge delivery load during Christmas. Its tempo drivers demanded higher rates to put in extra hours of work. This resulted in an argument with the management. Finally, the CEO himself stepped in and they reached an amicable solution. Example number 8 of 8: The housing society saw an ugly argument between two members over car parking issue. The next Sunday, the managing committee discussed the matter with both parties and an amicable arrangement was finalized.Today we learnt the word amicable which means friendly and without arguments, peaceful, cooperative or good-natured.Can you frame 3 sentences with amicable and type in the comments box? We are waiting.We are sure this lesson has helped to enhance your English vocabulary and speak fluent English. You can download the script of this episode and all our episodes from www.bmenglishspeakingradio.in. Stay tuned for new English vocabulary lessons.We are on a mission to train 1 crore Indians in English fluency.This was episode number 138 of 200 BM Vocabulary episodes that we have planned. Kindly note that we will be sharing 1 vocabulary episode daily at 6 am Indian Standard Time.So meet you tomorrow at 6 ‘o’ clock with a new word!Receive free updates of this Daily Vocabulary Podcast on your email. Click here: http://bit.ly/subscribe-for-bm-podcastWe, at BM English Speaking Institute train freshers and middle-level managers, to speak English Fluently and Confidently. To know more about BM Advanced English Speaking Coursevisit: https://www.bmconsultantsindia.com/advanced-English-speaking-course.html
Receive free updates of this Daily Vocabulary Podcast on your email. Click here: http://bit.ly/subscribe-for-bm-podcastToday’s word is: prevalent. The meaning of prevalent is: widely accepted or practiced; in general use; very common in a particular area or a groupIn this English vocabulary lesson you will learn how to use the word prevalent. We are sure that this ESL lesson will help you to enhance your English vocabulary and speak English fluently and confidently.The word prevalent means something which is very commonly used or practiced in a particular area or by a community. For example, certain diseases are more prevalent in poorer sections of the society.An awareness campaign is carried out to reduce the prevalent use of harmful pesticides in agriculture every 6 months.Listen carefully how we can use the word prevalent in 8 different situations in 8 different sentences.Example number 1 of 8:  We know that the calendar year is from January to December. However, in some countries, for accounting purpose, it is prevalent to consider the financial year from April to March.Example number 2 of 8:  Garry visited a country to collect data about the ancient temples located there. The tourist guide advised him to follow the prevalent customs and practices closely so that he can carry out his work without any hindrance.Example number 3 of 8:  Pacific salmon fish are born in river water. Later, they move to the ocean water. After spending some time there, it is a prevalent practice amongst them to return to their birth space. It is a journey of few kilometres and some of them die on the way.Example number 4 of 8:  The students of sociology visited interior rural parts of the country. They interacted with the locals and were surprised that the custom of child marriage is still prevalent in some areas.Example number 5 of 8:  In some parts of India, when a new home is purchased, it is prevalent to perform certain religious ceremonies. The house owners as well as guests and relatives participate in this function.Example number 6 of 8:  The practice of buying electronic gadgets through consumer finance loans is quite prevalent these days. The dealers collaborate with a finance company to offer this facility for the customers.Example number 7 of 8:  There was a time when it was a prevalent practice that only the sons had a right to their parents’ property and assets. However, in present times, sons and daughters both receive equal share of the parental property. Example number 8 of 8: In present times, use of laptops and handheld gadgets is prevalent in many schools. In some schools and colleges, the children do their project assignments as well as homework using these devices.Today we learnt the word prevalent which means widely accepted or practiced; in general use; very common in a particular area or a group.Can you frame 3 sentences with prevalent and type in the comments box? We are waiting.We are sure this lesson has helped to develop your English vocabulary and speak fluent English. You can download the script of this episode and all our episodes from www.bmenglishspeakingradio.in. Stay tuned for new English vocabulary lessons.We are on a mission to train 1 crore Indians in English fluency.This was episode number 137 of 200 BM Vocabulary episodes that we have planned. Kindly note that we will be publishing 1 vocabulary episode daily at 6 am Indian Standard Time.So meet you tomorrow at 6 ‘o’ clock with a new word!Receive free updates of this Daily Vocabulary Podcast on your email. Click here: http://bit.ly/subscribe-for-bm-podcastWe, at BM English Speaking Institute train freshers and middle-level managers, to speak English Fluently and Confidently. To know more about BM Advanced English Speaking Coursevisit: https://www.bmconsultantsindia.com/advanced-English-speaking-course.html
Receive free updates of this Daily Vocabulary Podcast on your email. Click here: http://bit.ly/subscribe-for-bm-podcastToday’s word is: imbibe. Imbibe means: to receive some knowledge into the mind and retain; to experience something and get influenced. It is also used to express consumption of some liquid.In this English vocabulary lesson you will learn how to use the word imbibe. We are sure that this ESL lesson will help you to enhance your English vocabulary and speak English fluently and confidently.The word imbibe means to receive some knowledge and experience something. It is also sometimes used to express consuming some liquid.For example, Saint Tukaram imbibed spiritual knowledge from a very young age.Or Anagha imbibed several cups of coffee to stay awake.Listen carefully how we can use the word imbibe in 8 different situations in 8 different sentences.Example number 1 of 8: A leading NGO in the country is organizing workshops for children about importance of hygiene. This will allow the children to imbibe the best practices about cleanliness and a healthy life style.Example number 2 of 8: Marshall left his motherland at a very young age with his parents. As a result, he missed the opportunity to imbibe the native customs and traditions of his home country.Example number 3 of 8: Ahmed worked in various local restaurants as an assistant for many years. These stints helped him to imbibe a deep knowledge about the local cuisine.Example number 4 of 8: Gavin travelled to India for a business trip. He met a monk and was exposed to the practice of Yoga. He was very fascinated and decided to formally learn and imbibe the science of Yoga.Example number 5 of 8: Pancham often accompanied his father to his music studio. He could witness the performances of several eminent singers and this helped him to imbibe a sense of music at a very young age.Example number 6 of 8: Tanmay was a teenager who belonged to a wealthy family. His Grand Father wanted him to realize the importance of money. So he sent him to stay at their native place for a year so that he can imbibe the techniques of using money judiciously.Example number 7 of 8: Atul was very curious to know more details about the technology behind perfume making and start his own manufacturing of perfumes. Hence, he visited many European countries, studied their perfume manufacturing plants with an objective to imbibe the finer points of this technology.Example number 8 of 8: The student exchange program encourages students to live in another country for a specified period with the host family. This experience widens their vision and helps them to imbibe the values of humanity and brotherhood.Today we learnt the word imbibe which means to receive some knowledge into the mind and retain; to experience something and get influenced. It is also used to express consumption of some liquid.Can you frame 3 sentences with imbibe and type in the comments box? We are waiting.We are sure this lesson has helped to improve your English vocabulary and speak fluent English. You can download the script of this episode and all our episodes from www.bmenglishspeakingradio.in. Stay tuned for new English vocabulary lessons.We are on a mission to train 1 crore Indians in English fluency.This was episode number 136 of 200 BM Vocabulary episodes that we have planned. Kindly note that we will be uploading 1 vocabulary episode daily at 6 am Indian Standard Time.So meet you tomorrow at 6 ‘o’ clock with a new word!Receive free updates of this Daily Vocabulary Podcast on your email. Click here: http://bit.ly/subscribe-for-bm-podcastWe, at BM English Speaking Institute train freshers and middle-level managers, to speak English Fluently and Confidently. To know more about BM Advanced English Speaking Coursevisit: https://www.bmconsultantsindia.com/advanced-English-speaking-course.html
Receive free updates of this Daily Vocabulary Podcast on your email. Click here: http://bit.ly/subscribe-for-bm-podcastToday’s word is: competent. Would you like to know what it means? It means: capable, qualified, efficient, trained, having the necessary ability or skill to do something successfully.In this English vocabulary lesson you will learn how to use the word competent. We are sure that this ESL lesson will help you to enhance your English vocabulary and speak English fluently and confidently.The word competent means capable, qualified or having the necessary ability or skill to do something successfully.For example, an Architect is competent to design a structure which can withstand a specified load.Listen carefully how we can use the word competent in 8 different situations in 8 different sentences.Example number 1 of 8:  Punith was driving in a rural area. Suddenly, his car broke down. He asked for help from a local garage. The mechanic was competent and he resolved the problem in a short time.Example number 2 of 8: The large jewelry shop implemented the latest accounting software system. The owner found that the manual accounting method was not competent, hence he made the necessary changes.Example number 3 of 8:  Dr. Agashe was an eminent and competent cardiologist. When a new hospital was being started in the city, the management invited him for the inauguration. They also requested him to be a consultant for the hospital.Example number 4 of 8: Research suggests that world’s largest software companies are employing a large number of Indian software programmers. This is due to the fact that Indian programmers have a reputation of being hardworking and competent.Example number 5 of 8:  Devayani was very competent at the game of bridge. She practiced meticulously for several hours each day and won this year’s competition.Example number 6 of 8:  Jose is a German who has stayed with the locals in Southern India for almost a decade and he learnt the local language. His competency with the local language has helped him to setup a travel and tour company for his countrymen visiting India.Example number 7 of 8: Upon his father’s retirement, Chirayu took over as the managing director of the company. He was ambitious, but would act hastily without much thinking. Soon, the word spread that he was not competent enough to manage the business.Example number 8 of 8: Mr Damani approached a Swedish company for a joint manufacturing venture. However, he was told that his production facility was obsolete and his staff was not competent. It was suggested that he should upgrade the machinery and get his staff trained if he wanted to proceed with the joint manufacturing venture.Today we learnt the word competent which means capable, qualified, efficient, trained, having the necessary ability or skill to do something successfully.Can you frame 3 sentences with competent and type in the comments box? We are waiting.We are sure this lesson has helped to boost your English vocabulary and speak fluent English. You can download the script of this episode and all our episodes from www.bmenglishspeakingradio.in. Stay tuned for new English vocabulary lessons.We are on a mission to train 1 crore Indians in English fluency.This was episode number 135 of 200 BM Vocabulary episodes that we have planned. Kindly note that we will be releasing 1 vocabulary episode daily at 6 am Indian Standard Time.So meet you tomorrow at 6 ‘o’ clock with a new word!Receive free updates of this Daily Vocabulary Podcast on your email. Click here: http://bit.ly/subscribe-for-bm-podcastWe, at BM English Speaking Institute train freshers and middle-level managers, to speak English Fluently and Confidently. To know more about BM Advanced English Speaking Coursevisit: https://www.bmconsultantsindia.com/advanced-English-speaking-course.html
Receive free updates of this Daily Vocabulary Podcast on your email. Click here: http://bit.ly/subscribe-for-bm-podcastToday’s word is: formidable. The meaning of formidable is: very impressive in size, power, or skill ; causing fear, difficult to defeat In this English vocabulary lesson you will learn how to use the word formidable. We are sure that this ESL lesson will help you to enhance your English vocabulary and speak English fluently and confidently.The word formidable means very impressive, causing fear or difficult to defeat.For example, the mountain trekkers find the Himalayan Range extremely formidable.Listen carefully how we can use the word formidable in 8 different situations in 8 different sentences.Example number 1 of 8: Have you heard about King Shivaji who ruled over the state of Maharashtra in India? He envisioned the threat of enemy attack through the sea and got formidable sea forts constructed to protect his empire.Example number 2 of 8: The latest air conditioner had a special feature to cool the room quickly and its pricing was economical. The opponents found this to be a very formidable combination.Example number 3 of 8: The singer learnt Indian classical music from an eminent artist for many years. With the approval of his teacher, he started giving public performances and earned a formidable reputation as a classical singer.Example number 4 of 8: In a democracy, the government elected by people comes to power. However, to manage the balance of power, a formidable opposition is equally important.Example number 5 of 8: The Ayurveda based toothpaste and soap launched by PK company put a formidable challenge to the MNC companies in India. The MNCs realized the demand of consumers and introduced similar products through their dealers.Example number 6 of 8: Andre and Martina were both high ranked players in lawn tennis. When they paired up for a mixed tournament, they became a formidable team.Example number 7 of 8: The interview panel was really impressed by the candidate. She was highly qualified and had a formidable list of degrees.Example number 8 of 8: The boxing match witnessed the clash between two heavyweights. The challenger was younger but the ruling champion was a formidable opponent. The match lasted for an hour and its live telecast was watched by millions of viewers.Today we learnt the word formidable which means very impressive in size, power, or skill ; causing fear, difficult to defeatCan you frame 3 sentences with formidable and type in the comments box? We are waiting.We are sure this lesson has helped to upgrade your English vocabulary and speak fluent English. You can download the script of this episode and all our episodes from www.bmenglishspeakingradio.in. Stay tuned for new English vocabulary lessons.We are on a mission to train 1 crore Indians in English fluency.This was episode number 134 of 200 BM Vocabulary episodes that we have planned. Kindly note that we will be sharing 1 vocabulary episode daily at 6 am Indian Standard Time.So meet you tomorrow at 6 ‘o’ clock with a new word!Receive free updates of this Daily Vocabulary Podcast on your email. Click here: http://bit.ly/subscribe-for-bm-podcastWe, at BM English Speaking Institute train freshers and middle-level managers, to speak English Fluently and Confidently. To know more about BM Advanced English Speaking Coursevisit: https://www.bmconsultantsindia.com/advanced-English-speaking-course.html
Receive free updates of this Daily Vocabulary Podcast on your email. Click here: http://bit.ly/subscribe-for-bm-podcastToday’s word is: lacklustre. Do you know what it means? It means: dull, boring, not exciting, without energy, lacking conviction or uninspiring In this English vocabulary lesson you will learn how to use the word lacklustre. We are sure that this ESL lesson will help you to enhance your English vocabulary and speak English fluently and confidently.The word lacklustre means something which is not exciting or without energy.For example, the business leader gave such lacklustre speech that the audience was disappointed.Listen carefully how we can use the word lacklustre in 8 different situations in 8 different sentences.Example number 1 of 8: The IT industry needed a large number of software programmers. But, a severe shortage of skilled manpower resulted in lacklustre growth in business for the industry for sometime.Example number 2 of 8: The rising prices of fuel resulted in lacklustre sales of vehicles. This prompted the car and bike dealers to announce innovative discount schemes to attract the customers.Example number 3 of 8: The corporator visited his village since the elections were approaching. He was surrounded by the locals and criticised for the lacklustre performance during his previous tenure.Example number 4 of 8: The newly launched amusement park advertised heavily in print and digital media. But the location of the park was not easily accessible (means difficult to reach) and therefore the response to the same was lacklustre.Example number 5 of 8: The town frequented by tourists faced an outbreak of a virus and several citizens took ill. This affected the flow of incoming tourists and it resulted in lacklustre profits for the local hotels.Example number 6 of 8: Vivian could not score many runs in last three matches. As a result of his lacklustre batting, he was dropped from the team by the selection committee.Example number 7 of 8: There were reports that the battery of a cellphone caught fire. This acted as a negative publicity for the company and demand for its products in the last quarter has been lacklustre.Example number 8 of 8: The directors were concerned about the lacklustre financial performance of their company. They decided to appoint a consultant who will prepare a strategy to stimulate the growth of the business.Today we learnt the word lacklustre which means dull, boring, not exciting, without energy, lacking conviction or uninspiring.Can you frame 3 sentences with lacklustre and type in the comments box? We are waiting.We are sure this lesson has helped to enrich your English vocabulary and speak fluent English. You can download the script of this episode and all our episodes from www.bmenglishspeakingradio.in. Stay tuned for new English vocabulary lessons.We are on a mission to train 1 crore Indians in English fluency.This was episode number 133 of 200 BM Vocabulary episodes that we have planned. Kindly note that we will be uploading 1 vocabulary episode daily at 6 am Indian Standard Time.So meet you tomorrow at 6 ‘o’ clock with a new word!Receive free updates of this Daily Vocabulary Podcast on your email. Click here: http://bit.ly/subscribe-for-bm-podcastWe, at BM English Speaking Institute train freshers and middle-level managers, to speak English Fluently and Confidently. To know more about BM Advanced English Speaking Coursevisit: https://www.bmconsultantsindia.com/advanced-English-speaking-course.html
Receive free updates of this Daily Vocabulary Podcast on your email. Click here: http://bit.ly/subscribe-for-bm-podcastToday’s word is: reputation. The meaning of reputation is: the opinion that people generally have about someone or something; respect or admiration given to someone or something based on its past achievements or an impression that one has of someone.In this English vocabulary lesson you will learn how to use the word reputation. We are sure that this ESL lesson will help you to enhance your English vocabulary and speak English fluently and confidently.The word reputation means the opinion that people generally have about someone or something based on its past achievements.For example, over a period of time, Lionel Messi developed a reputation as a footballer who can score winning goals in important matches.Listen carefully how we can use the word reputation in 8 different situations in 8 different sentences.Example number 1 of 8: Shravani setup a restaurant serving Indian cuisine in Paris. Within couple of years, it generated good profits and built a great reputation for itself through mouth publicity.Example number 2 of 8: The officials from the European office visited the bottling plant of a soft drink manufacturer in India. The officials had a reputation of being extremely vigilant auditors. Therefore, the general manager personally remained present at the factory during their visit.Example number 3 of 8: Daisy joined as a teacher in a school for the blind. By the end of the academic year she formed such a bond with the students that she developed a reputation as an expert and compassionate (means kind) teacher in her city.Example number 4 of 8: The village had a reputation that it adapts to new developments very fast. This was possible because a committee of experienced residents proactively worked round the year for the improvement of the village.Example number 5 of 8: Douglas would perform standup comedy shows on Saturday nights. Initially, people enjoyed his performance, but over a period of time, his offensive jokes spoiled his reputation as an entertainer.Example number 6 of 8: Alisha was a South Indian actress. Her earlier two movies did not do well at the box office. When the next movie was released, she was very anxious because her reputation was at stake.Example number 7 of 8: Switzerland is a central European country. It has earned a reputation as a favourite tourist destination globally due to the presence of lakes, snow covered mountain peaks and Skiing Resorts.Example number 8 of 8: Satya worked as a priest at a temple. His dedication to work earned him such a good reputation that often devotees requested him to perform religious duties at their homes. Today we learnt the word reputation which means the opinion that people generally have about someone or something; respect or admiration given to someone or something based on its past achievements or an impression that one has of someone.Can you frame 3 sentences with reputation and type in the comments box? We are waiting.We are sure this lesson has helped to build your English vocabulary and speak fluent English. You can download the script of this episode and all our episodes from www.bmenglishspeakingradio.in . Stay tuned for new English vocabulary lessons.We are on a mission to train 1 crore Indians in English fluency.This was episode number 132 of 200 BM Vocabulary episodes that we have planned. Kindly note that we will be releasing 1 vocabulary episode daily at 6 am Indian Standard Time.So meet you tomorrow at 6 ‘o’ clock with a new word!Receive free updates of this Daily Vocabulary Podcast on your email. Click here: http://bit.ly/subscribe-for-bm-podcastWe, at BM English Speaking Institute train freshers and middle-level managers, to speak English Fluently and Confidently. To know more about BM Advanced English Speaking Coursevisit: https://www.bmconsultantsindia.com/advanced-English-speaking-course.html
Receive free updates of this Daily Vocabulary Podcast on your email. Click here: http://bit.ly/subscribe-for-bm-podcastToday’s word is: adapt. The meaning of adapt is: to make something suitable for different use or purpose; to adjust to new conditions; to modify a text to make it suitable for a film or play. In this English vocabulary lesson you will learn how to use the word adapt. We are sure that this ESL lesson will help you to enhance your English vocabulary and speak English fluently and confidently.The word adapt means to make something suitable for different use or purpose; to adjust to new conditions; to modify a text to make it suitable for a film or play.For example, Madan joined a company having its office in a hilly area and hence he had to adapt to the new life style, which means Madan had to adapt to different types of food available and different types of travel etc.Listen carefully how we can use the word adapt in 8 different situations in 8 different sentences.Example number 1 of 8: Shivani came to Mumbai from a small town for work. Each day, she had to take a train to travel to her work place. Initially, she found it very difficult to board a crowded train, but soon she adapted to the mode of travel.Example number 2 of 8: Pyarelal noticed a drastic reduction in the number of customers visiting his restaurant. Upon inquiry, he realized that many customers are ordering food online. He adapted to the change and started online food delivery.Example number 3 of 8: The Chameleon can change its color to match the surroundings. This means it can adapt to a situation in order to protect itself from predators (means attackers).Example number 4 of 8: The evolution of human beings has happened over lakhs of years. Through this period, the weather conditions on the earth changed drastically, Nevertheless, humans adapted to these changes and survived successfully.Example number 5 of 8: The cultural beliefs often include several customs and traditions. It is required that the old traditions can be merged with modern beliefs and adapted to modern times.Example number 6 of 8: Shamita was an eminent scholar of English as well as Sanskrit Language. The principal of a college requested her to adapt a Sanskrit play to be presented into English for the college gathering.Example number 7 of 8: The senior citizens are used to making phone calls and writing letters. With the growing usage of smartphones, they have to learn to adapt to social media to access and share information.Example number 8 of 8: Several laws in India have been in existence since the time before independence. The law experts insist that we must adapt these laws to suit the modern Indian society and psychology. Today we learnt the word adapt which means to make something suitable for different use or purpose; to adjust to new conditions; to modify a text to make it suitable for a film or play. Can you frame 3 sentences with adapt and type in the comments box? We are waiting.We are sure this lesson has helped to enhance your English vocabulary and speak fluent English. You can download the script of this episode and all our episodes from www.bmenglishspeakingradio.in. Stay tuned for new English vocabulary lessons.We are on a mission to train 1 crore Indians in English fluency.This was episode number 131 of 200 BM Vocabulary episodes that we have planned. Kindly note that we will be sharing 1 vocabulary episode daily at 6 am Indian Standard Time.So meet you tomorrow at 6 ‘o’ clock with a new word!Receive free updates of this Daily Vocabulary Podcast on your email. Click here: http://bit.ly/subscribe-for-bm-podcastWe, at BM English Speaking Institute train freshers and middle-level managers, to speak English Fluently and Confidently. To know more about BM Advanced English Speaking Coursevisit: https://www.bmconsultantsindia.com/advanced-English-speaking-course.html
Receive free updates of this Daily Vocabulary Podcast on your email. Click here: http://bit.ly/subscribe-for-bm-podcastToday’s word is: stringent. The meaning of stringent is: requiring strict attention to rules, strictly controlled, causing shortage of loan or capitalIn this English vocabulary lesson you will learn how to use the word stringent. We are sure that this ESL lesson will help you to enhance your English vocabulary and speak English fluently and confidently.The word stringent means requiring strict attention to rules, strictly controlled, causing shortage of loan or capital.For example, Sherry had scored less marks and hence she could not meet the stringent admission criterion of the university. The company’s profitability was deteriorating and the directors approved a stringent budget for sales promotion.Listen carefully how we can use the word stringent in 8 different situations in 8 different sentences.Example number 1 of 8: The museum had very rare and ancient paintings. Therefore, in order to preserve the paintings, the museum set very stringent guidelines for the visitors and its staff to follow.Example number 2 of 8: The country got the honour of hosting the Olympics for the first time in history. It created spectacular infrastructure for the event and also implemented highly stringent security and safety measures.Example number 3 of 8: Two students from Bharati school were found sitting at a nearby café during school hours. This issue was discussed and there was a consensus amongst the school authorities and the parents to have stringent control over movement of students at the school premises.Example number 4 of 8: The junior college team travelled to New Delhi for the final round. The students made plans to organise parties but, their coach wanted them to focus only on the game and he declared a stringent practice routine on all days.Example number 5 of 8: The government decided to allow foreign companies to invest in Indian news channels. However, keeping in mind the sensitive nature of news channels, stringent conditions were kept for this.  Example number 6 of 8: Large part of the country suffered heavy losses due to earthquake. The government had to spend a large amount for helping the needy. Therefore, the budget allocated for national sports event was very stringent.    Example number 7 of 8: A panel of doctors made a representation to the government about the inferior quality of food served in the city restaurants. Taking note of this, the government instructed all the restaurants to follow stringent processes to maintain hygiene.Example number 8 of 8: Sahil took some time to adjust to the stringent hierarchy at his new job in a semi government organisation. This is because previously he had worked in an informal setup in an advertising company.  Today we learnt the word stringent which means requiring strict attention to rules, strictly controlled, causing shortage of loan or capital.Can you frame 3 sentences with stringent and type in the comments box? We are waiting.We are sure this lesson has helped to develop your English vocabulary and speak fluent English. You can download the script of this episode and all our episodes from www.bmenglishspeakingradio.in. Stay tuned for new English vocabulary lessons.We are on a mission to train 1 crore Indians in English fluency.This was episode number 130 of 200 BM Vocabulary episodes that we have planned. Kindly note that we will be publishing 1 vocabulary episode daily at 6 am Indian Standard Time.So meet you tomorrow at 6 ‘o’ clock with a new word!Receive free updates of this Daily Vocabulary Podcast on your email. Click here: http://bit.ly/subscribe-for-bm-podcastWe, at BM English Speaking Institute train freshers and middle-level managers, to speak English Fluently and Confidently. To know more about BM Advanced English Speaking Coursevisit: https://www.bmconsultantsindia.com/advanced-English-speaking-course.html
Receive free updates of this Daily Vocabulary Podcast on your email. Click here: http://bit.ly/subscribe-for-bm-podcastToday’s word is: legitimate. Legitimate means: allowed by law or by rules of an organisation, reasonable and acceptable; fair and honest; to make something legal or acceptableIn this English vocabulary lesson you will learn how to use the word legitimate. We are sure that this ESL lesson will help you to enhance your English vocabulary and speak English fluently and confidently.The word legitimate means allowed by law or by rules of an organisation, reasonable and acceptable. For example, the judge warned the advocate to avoid ambiguous queries and asked only legitimate questions.Listen carefully how we can use the word legitimate in 8 different situations in 8 different sentences.Example number 1 of 8: The shopkeepers’ association complained to the municipal commissioner about the hindrance of the hawkers. The commissioner called his officers and asked them to take legitimate action.Example number 2 of 8: Initially, the passport looked legitimate to the immigration officer. However, upon close inspection, he realized that it was fake.Example number 3 of 8: Pete took over the business after his father retired. He was in a great hurry to manipulate the business and earn more profit. However, his father reminded him that he must follow only legitimate business practices.Example number 4 of 8: The younger brother demanded his legitimate share of the land. However, this led to arguments within the family and the elders had to intervene to settle the matter.Example number 5 of 8: The insurance company refused to accept Homeopathy as a legitimate treatment.  Therefore, it refused the medical insurance claim of Mrs. Chatterjee. She was upset at this and filed a complaint with the consumer forum.Example number 6 of 8: There are a large number of people who believe that use of animals for medical research is not legitimate. They earnestly appeal to the authorities and the research organisations to stop this practice. Example number 7 of 8: Dimple moved to a European country after her marriage. There, she applied for part time jobs. But, she was told that she could not take up any work without a legitimate work permit.Example number 8 of 8: Wilson was offered a project as a designer, but he felt that the terms of the contract were not legitimate. Therefore, he decided to consult his lawyer before signing the contract.Today we learnt the word legitimate which means allowed by law or by rules of an organisation, reasonable and acceptable; fair and honest; to make something legal or acceptableCan you frame 3 sentences with legitimate and type in the comments box? We are waiting.We are sure this lesson has helped to improve your English vocabulary and speak fluent English. You can download the script of this episode and all our episodes from www.bmenglishspeakingradio.in. Stay tuned for new English vocabulary lessons.We are on a mission to train 1 crore Indians in English fluency.This was episode number 129 of 200 BM Vocabulary episodes that we have planned. Kindly note that we will be uploading 1 vocabulary episode daily at 6 am Indian Standard Time.So meet you tomorrow at 6 ‘o’ clock with a new word!Receive free updates of this Daily Vocabulary Podcast on your email. Click here: http://bit.ly/subscribe-for-bm-podcastWe, at BM English Speaking Institute train freshers and middle-level managers, to speak English Fluently and Confidently. To know more about BM Advanced English Speaking Coursevisit: https://www.bmconsultantsindia.com/advanced-English-speaking-course.html
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