Day 8 – 10 Daily Use English Words

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Day 8 – 10 Daily Use English Words

Day 8 - 10 Daily Use English Words
Day 8 – 10 Daily Use English Words

1. Sufficient: Adjective

Being enough.

Examples:

  1. This food is sufficient for whole family members.
  2. This money is sufficient for our project.
  3. We have sufficient resources to proceed further.

2. Familiar: Adjective

Knew very well before.

Examples:

  1. I am familiar to this street but I have ever come before here.
  2. I saw two familiar faces among the crowd.
  3. She does not like to be too familiar with her colleagues.

3. Pretend: Verb

To act or behave something is true that is not.

Examples:

  1. The children pretended that they were elephants.
  2. She pretends that she has not seen him before.

4. Charlatan: Noun

A person who pretends to have knowledge that he does not have.

Examples:

  1. She is charlatan.
  2. Charlatan sold us useless medicines.
  3. You should not believe the charlatan.

 5. Slurp: Verb

To make loud sound while drinking or eating.

Examples:

  1. He always slurps soup.
  2. You should not slurp soup, it irritates others.

6. Sob: Verb

To cry taking in short breaths.

Examples:

  1. Girl is sobbing.
  2. His sister is sobbing.
  3. Burying his face in blanket, he began to sob.

7. Snore: Verb

To breathe in noisy while sleeping.

Examples:

  1. His uncle is snoring, we are not getting sleep.
  2. He snores so loudly, it keeps them awake at night.
  3. She was snoring loudly.

8. Sniffle: Verb

To cry on the inside.

Examples:

  1. I heard his sniffling.
  2. He is sniffling.

9. Hum: Verb

To sing by closing the mouth.

Examples:

  1. He always hums while bathing.
  2. I love that song, can you please hum it for me?
  3. Please stop humming, it is disturbing me.

10. Fart: Verb

to release the gas through the anus.

Examples:

  1. This room is stinking, somebody forted.
  2. You are farting from the morning, I cannot be here.
  3. I don’t understand what he eats, he farts all day.

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