|A poem that is excessively or effusively sentimental can be described as:
|Which of the following words could be used to describe a sight that causes wonder and awe?
|A struggle that is characterized by great slaughter and bloodshed can be described as:
|If something acts as a means of testing worth or genuineness, it might be referred to as a:
|To ensconce (sentence 1) is to:
|Which of the following words could not be used to replace waggish (sentence 3)?
|A contumelious (sentence 4) exchange is:
|In sentence 4, modulate means:
|When something is in medias res (sentence 6), it is:
|in the middle
|Which of the following words could be used to replace maladroit (sentence 7)?
When and how best to start learning English
It can be difficult for adults to start learning English from scratch because you need to feel like a student again who does not yet know simple words and elementary rules. But there is nothing shameful in the fact that you start learning a language as an adult, even on the contrary: the desire for knowledge is always respected.
According to statistics from our school, people enroll in the first stage and in 20, and 50 and even in 80 years. And they don’t just start learning the language, but succeed in learning and reach high levels. It doesn’t matter how old you are, what matters is your desire to learn.
Many people ask the question, “What is the best way to start learning English?” First, you should choose a convenient way to study: in a group, individually with a teacher or on your own.
c. deleterious for all
d. injurious to a few