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Ado 601 Words You Need to Know to Pass Your Exam

Ado 601 Words You Need to Know to Pass Your Exam for GRE & SAT candidates in authentic context with synonyms and images to practice reading comprehension in short passages and improve your listening comprehension by selecting and listening to any text

/əˈduː/ (noun)


bother, fuss, trouble, waste of time, stir, bustle, unnecessary excitement, overexcited activity, confusion, upheaval, agitation, difficulty, commotion


The moral lesson of the famous fable, The Mountain in Labor, by Aesop is: “Don’t make much ado about nothing”.

When mountains cry out, people may well be overexcited about the apprehension of some prodigious birth. This was the case here in the fable. The neighbourhood were all at their wits end, to consider what would be the issue of that labor, and instead of the dreadful monster that they expected, out comes at last a ridiculous mouse.

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