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A good Vocabulary is very important for us.

It gives us the ability to express freely and beautifully. We understand what others are sharing, saying, teaching more clearly and intelligently. A rich vocabulary enhances our communication skills and engages us interestingly in a conversation. It creates a very good impact when we use novel words in our interaction with others. Words are music to the ears when used and pronounced correctly and fluently. So, essentially a good vocabulary makes us more logical, persuasive, creative, intelligent, expressive, interesting and engaging. So lets embrace and build our Vocabulary, a real pal, beautifully.

Vocabulary for the week for 7 year olds:

1.Active: Engaging or ready to engage in physically energetic pursuits.

2.Attract: Charm, captivate.

3.Capable: Having the qualities or abilities that are needed to do something.

4.Capture: Record accurately in words or pictures.

5. Deed: An action that is performed intentionally or consciously. (Doing good deeds)

6. Brilliant: Very Bright, Excellent, outstanding.

7. Launch: to float.

Vocabulary for the week for 8 year olds:

1.Outstanding: Excellent, exceptionally good.

2.Demonstrate: Give a practical exhibition and explanation of how a machine skill or craft works or is performed.

3. Contribute: Give in order to help achieve or provide something.

4.Invisible: Unable to be seen.

5.Tidy: Arranged neatly and in order.

6. Sole: The undersurface of someone’s foot.

7.Humble: Having or showing a modest or low estimate of one’s importance.

Vocabulary for the week for 9 year olds:

1.Gigantic: huge, enormous.

2.Immense: Extremely large or great.

3.Revert: return to reply or respond to someone.

4. Jubilation: a feeling of great happiness and triumph.

5. Seldom: Not often; rarely.

6.Mischief: playful misbehavior, especially on the part of children, naughtiness.

7.Vivid: producing powerful feelings or strong, clear images in mind.

Vocabulary for the week for 10 year olds:

1.Diversity: Variety, multiplicity, the fact of many different types of things or people being included in something.

2. Unanimous: united, uniform.

3. Monotonous: dull, boring.

4. Diligent: having or showing care and conscientiousness towards one’s work or duties.

5. Makeshift: Temporary, make do.

6. Liberate: Set free.

7. Stifle: Suffocate.

Vocabulary for the week for 11 year olds:

1.Exuberant: Lively, cheerful, buoyant.

2.Anonymous: not identified by a name, of unknown name.

3. Flabbergast: surprise someone greatly, astonish.

4. Perturb: make someone anxious or unsettled.

5. Headlong: With the head foremost in a rush, with reckless haste.

6. Gratify: give someone pleasure or satisfaction.

7. Bestow: Confer or present (an honor, right or thing.)

Vocabulary for the week for 12 year olds

1. Augment: Increase.

2. Bountiful: Abundant; large in quantity.

3. Excruciating: Intensely painful.

4. Fastidious: Very attentive to and concerned about accuracy and detail.

5.Formidable: Intimidating.

6.Renounce: Formally declare one’s abandonment of a claim, right or possession.

7.Voracious: Engaging in an activity with great eagerness and enthusiasm.

Vocabulary for the week for 13 year olds:

1. Supercilious: Behaving or looking as though one thinks one is superior to others, disdainful.

2.Indolent: wanting to avoid activity or exertion; lazy.

3.Ardent: Very Enthusiastic or Passionate.

4.Vitiate: Spoil or impair the quality or efficiency.

5.Charisma: Compelling attractiveness or charm that can inspire devotion in others.

6.Cursory: hasty and therefore not thorough or detail; superficial.

7.Beset: Trouble someone or something persistently.

Vocabulary for the week for 14 year olds:

1Belligerent: Hostile and aggressive; engaged in a war or conflict, as recognized by international law.

2.  Assiduous: showing great care and perseverance, diligent, careful.

3.Exacerbate: make worse; aggravate.

4.Rejuvenate: make someone look or feel better, younger or more vital.

 5.Nonchalant: unconcerned, indifferent.

 6.Omnipotent: having unlimited       power, having great power and influence.

7.Retrospect: A survey or review of a past course of events or period of time.

Vocabulary for the week for 15 year olds:

1.Amnesty: An official pardon for people who have been convicted of political offences.

2.Cornucopia: An abundant supply of good things of a specified kind.

3. Disconsolate: Very unhappy and unable to be comforted.

4.Dissonance: lack of harmony among musical notes; lack of agreement or harmony between people or things.

5.Obdurate: Stubbornly refusing to change ones opinion or course of action.

6.Juxtapose: Place close to one another, set close to one another.

7.Quintessence: The most perfect or typical example of a quality or class; soul, essence, spirit, nature.

Vocabulary for the week for 16-17 year olds:

1.Despotism: The exercise of absolute power, especially in a cruel and oppressive way.

2.Gregarious: fond of company; sociable.

3.Dastardly: cowardly and treacherous.

4.Zenith: highest point.

5.Inebriated: drunk, intoxicated.

6.Maladroit: clumsy, not skillful, awkward.

7.Condiment: something used to enhance the flavor of food, a spice.

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