DiscoverJust Vocabulary | ESL Podcast for learning SAT and GRE vocabulary
Just Vocabulary | ESL Podcast for learning SAT and GRE vocabulary

Just Vocabulary | ESL Podcast for learning SAT and GRE vocabulary

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Just Vocabulary is a daily 5 minute (audio) podcast aimed at growing your English vocabulary. The JustVocabulary podcast is a daily ESL (English as a Second Language) podcast for learners at an intermediate to advanced level from all around the world. The 5-minute audio podcast is aimed at growing your English vocabulary, and it focusses on SAT and GRE vocabulary. . The goal is to improve and increase your English vocabulary, and help you with English tests like GRE, SAT, TOEIC, TOEFL, and IELTS. To enhance your learning, you can also access our vocabulary flashcard modules. The English language has a very large vocabulary and the goal of the podcast is to share with the listener the English words that I found whilst reading, listening audiobooks, watching movies, etc. Podcast website – https://justvocabulary.com
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Predilection (noun) Definition: a preference for something Example Sentences: – We went to the Chinese restaurant across town because he had a predilection for their egg rolls. – Her predilection for buying designer shoes is... The post JV750 (predilection and receptive) appeared first on Just Vocabulary Podcast | ESL Podcast to Improve your English Vocabulary.
JV749 (repress and profess)

JV749 (repress and profess)

2020-01-2300:05:49

Repress (verb) Definition: 1. to hold back as an act of constraint; 2. to force out of one’s consciousness; 3. to put down by force before control has been lost, as with a rebellion Example... The post JV749 (repress and profess) appeared first on Just Vocabulary Podcast | ESL Podcast to Improve your English Vocabulary.
JV748 (fledgling and cant)

JV748 (fledgling and cant)

2020-01-2200:06:14

Fledgling (noun, adjective) Definition:  (n.) 1. a young or inexperienced person; 2. a young bird with new feathers, just learning how to fly; (adj.) new and lacking experience in some activity–just starting out Example Sentences:... The post JV748 (fledgling and cant) appeared first on Just Vocabulary Podcast | ESL Podcast to Improve your English Vocabulary.
JV747 (feint and immerse)

JV747 (feint and immerse)

2020-01-2100:06:00

Feint (noun, verb) Definition: (n.) 1. a deceptive move in sports or the military that uses any distracting maneuver to draw the opponent away from the real target; 2. a false appearance or action which... The post JV747 (feint and immerse) appeared first on Just Vocabulary Podcast | ESL Podcast to Improve your English Vocabulary.
Subdue (verb) Definition: 1. to bring something under control, often by force; 2. to make something less intense Example Sentences: – I was able to subdue my hunger by having a little snack. – The... The post JV746 (subdue and complicity) appeared first on Just Vocabulary Podcast | ESL Podcast to Improve your English Vocabulary.
JV745 (lurid and epic)

JV745 (lurid and epic)

2020-01-1700:06:21

Lurid (adjective) Definition: 1. horrifyingly gruesome or savage; 2. shocking and sensational; 3. shining or glowing with an unnatural, usually red, brightness; 4. extremely pale. Example Sentences: – I wasn’t interested in hearing about all... The post JV745 (lurid and epic) appeared first on Just Vocabulary Podcast | ESL Podcast to Improve your English Vocabulary.
JV744 (ferment and unruly)

JV744 (ferment and unruly)

2020-01-1600:05:401

Ferment (verb, noun) Definition: (v.) 1. to stir up, disrupt, or agitate; 2. to evolve or change; (n.) 1. the process of fermentation or change; 2. a state of change or confusion brought about by... The post JV744 (ferment and unruly) appeared first on Just Vocabulary Podcast | ESL Podcast to Improve your English Vocabulary.
Efficacy (noun) Definition: effectiveness and ability to yield a planned and desired result Example Sentences: – The FDA is concerned with both safety and efficacy when it comes to approving new pharmaceuticals. – The new... The post JV743 (efficacy and disallow) appeared first on Just Vocabulary Podcast | ESL Podcast to Improve your English Vocabulary.
Distraught (adjective) Definition: 1. very distressed; 2. insane or not of sound mental health Example Sentences: – When his mother learned that he had failed the course for the second time, she was distraught. –... The post JV742 (distraught and subsume) appeared first on Just Vocabulary Podcast | ESL Podcast to Improve your English Vocabulary.
In this special Guest Episode I speak with Lindsay McMahon from the hugely popular podcast All Ears English. This podcast is all about connection, not perfection. I strongly recommend our listeners to check out All... The post 3 Ingredients for Connection in English appeared first on Just Vocabulary Podcast | ESL Podcast to Improve your English Vocabulary.
JV741 (demeanor and quip)

JV741 (demeanor and quip)

2020-01-1300:05:09

Demeanor (noun) Definition: a person’s outward behavior, manner, or appearance, especially as it reflects on mood or character. Example Sentences: – His happy and optimistic demeanor put the employees at ease. – We guessed that... The post JV741 (demeanor and quip) appeared first on Just Vocabulary Podcast | ESL Podcast to Improve your English Vocabulary.
Felicitous (adjective) Definition: 1. highly suitable and really expressing the intended thought or feeling; 2. having happiness or good luck; 3. pleasing and agreeable Example Sentences: – The felicitous speech was just what the earthquake... The post JV740 (felicitous and mosaic) appeared first on Just Vocabulary Podcast | ESL Podcast to Improve your English Vocabulary.
Fallacious (adjective) Definition: 1. based on an illogical, unsound premise; 2. false, yet deceptive and tending to mislead Example Sentences: – Your hasty generalization is fallacious because you didn’t take time to do adequate research.... The post JV739 (fallacious and bequeath) appeared first on Just Vocabulary Podcast | ESL Podcast to Improve your English Vocabulary.
JV738 (volatile and cadge)

JV738 (volatile and cadge)

2020-01-0800:05:33

Volatile (adjective) Definition:  1. likely to change suddenly; 2. liable to lead to violence; 3. evaporating easily Example Sentences: – The volatile situation in the Middle East could erupt into violence at any moment. –... The post JV738 (volatile and cadge) appeared first on Just Vocabulary Podcast | ESL Podcast to Improve your English Vocabulary.
Umbrage (noun) Definition:  anger or resentment that comes from being offended. Example Sentences: – The actor took umbrage with the theater critic’s poor review. – She took umbrage with his rude comment. – I took... The post JV737 (umbrage and decorous) appeared first on Just Vocabulary Podcast | ESL Podcast to Improve your English Vocabulary.
Deflect (verb) Definition: 1. to turn aside, especially from a straight course or fixed direction; 2. to prevent something from happening; 3. to draw a person’s attention away from something Example Sentences: – Mary deflected... The post JV736 (deflect and profound) appeared first on Just Vocabulary Podcast | ESL Podcast to Improve your English Vocabulary.
Revelation (noun) Definition:  1. something that is newly revealed or made known; 2. a pleasant surprise Example Sentences: – I had a sudden revelation while in the shower this morning, and I couldn’t wait to... The post JV735 (revelation and disarray) appeared first on Just Vocabulary Podcast | ESL Podcast to Improve your English Vocabulary.
Unilateral (adjective) Definition: 1. involving or decided by only one group or country; 2. tracing the lineage of only one parent Example Sentences: – That country’s forces operated unilaterally, without the help of armed forces... The post JV734 (unilateral and dilettante) appeared first on Just Vocabulary Podcast | ESL Podcast to Improve your English Vocabulary.
Contiguous (adjective) Definition: 1. being in actual contact, sharing a boundary, and touching physically; 2. near to and forming an unbroken sequence; 3. connected and uninterrupted in space or time Example Sentences: – Mark had... The post JV733 (contiguous and rhapsodize) appeared first on Just Vocabulary Podcast | ESL Podcast to Improve your English Vocabulary.
Churlish (adjective) Definition: 1. crude or rude behavior; 2. the state of being unfriendly and difficult to work with Example Sentences: – John’s churlishness and generally negative demeanor was related to his recent string of... The post JV732 (churlish and stratagem) appeared first on Just Vocabulary Podcast | ESL Podcast to Improve your English Vocabulary.
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Kyung Jin Suh

Great as always!

Nov 7th
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Kyung Jin Suh

Thanks always.

Oct 18th
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