๐Ÿ“น 9 Vocabulary Words You Need to Know! #vocabulary 114

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In this video, we'll learn 9 vocabulary words with fun mnemonics and examples to help you remember them. The words we'll cover are Extraneous ๐Ÿšซ, Fallacious โŒ, Fastidious ๐Ÿงผ, Fatuous ๐Ÿคก, Felicitous ๐Ÿ‘Œ, Fervent ๐Ÿ”ฅ, Flagrant ๐Ÿšฉ, Flippant ๐Ÿ˜œ, and Florid ๐ŸŒธ. Whether you're studying for an exam or just looking to expand your vocabulary, this video will help you learn these words in an entertaining and memorable way.
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Are you looking to improve your vocabulary? Do you struggle to remember new words you come across? If so, this video is for you! In this fun and educational video, we'll teach you 9 new vocabulary words, complete with mnemonics and examples to help you remember them.

First up is "Extraneous" ๐Ÿšซ, which means irrelevant or unnecessary. We'll help you remember this word by associating it with a prohibited item, indicating that it is not needed and should be removed. For example, "The lawyer objected to the witness's extraneous testimony, arguing it was not relevant to the case."

Next is "Fallacious" โŒ, which means false or based on flawed logic. We'll help you remember this word with the mnemonic of a cross mark, indicating that the argument is false or mistaken. For example, "The advertisement's fallacious claims about the product's effectiveness were exposed by consumer advocacy groups."

Moving on, we have "Fastidious" ๐Ÿงผ, which means meticulous or very attentive to detail and cleanliness. We'll help you remember this word by associating it with soap, indicating that a fastidious person is very clean and detail-oriented. For example, "The chef's fastidious approach to preparing ingredients ensured that every dish was perfectly executed."

Then we have "Fatuous" ๐Ÿคก, which means foolish or silly. We'll help you remember this word with the mnemonic of a clown, indicating that the idea is foolish or silly. For example, "The CEO's fatuous plan to boost sales by changing the company's logo was met with skepticism by the board of directors."

Next up is "Felicitous" ๐Ÿ‘Œ, which means appropriate or well-suited. We'll help you remember this word with the mnemonic of an OK hand sign, indicating that the decision is appropriate or well-suited. For example, "The judge's felicitous choice of words in her ruling helped to clarify the complex legal issues at stake."

Moving on to "Fervent" ๐Ÿ”ฅ, which means passionate or intense. We'll help you remember this word by associating it with fire, indicating that a fervent person is intense and passionate in their feelings. For example, "The musician's fervent performance left the audience spellbound, moved by the depth of emotion in their playing."

Then we have "Flagrant" ๐Ÿšฉ, which means blatant or conspicuously offensive. We'll help you remember this word with the mnemonic of a red flag, indicating that the act is blatantly offensive or obvious. For example, "The athlete's flagrant violation of the rules led to their disqualification from the competition."

Moving on to "Flippant" ๐Ÿ˜œ, which means disrespectful or frivolous in a lighthearted way. We'll help you remember this word with the mnemonic of a joke or tease, indicating that the remark is disrespectful or frivolous in a lighthearted way. For example, "The student's flippant attitude towards their teacher earned them a reprimand for their lack of respect."

And last but not least, we have "Florid" ๐ŸŒธ, which means ornate or flowery in style. We'll help you remember this word with the mnemonic of a beautiful flower, indicating that the style is ornate or flowery in its presentation. For example, "The writer's florid prose was praised for its rich imagery and evocative language."

By the end of this video, you'll have learned 9 new vocabulary words that you can start using in your daily

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