Physical Exercise Benefits – Reading Practice

Learn about physical exercise benefits in this lesson on reading practice in English with vocabulary in real or authentic context. Watch the embedded video and listen to any word or phrase by selecting the text. Physical exercise benefits People exercise to keep healthy. They exercise to lose weight or to stay fit. They exercise to … Read more

Sentient GRE Vocabulary Flashcard

Sentient GRE Vocabulary Flashcard /ˈsen.tɪ.ənt/ /ˈsen.tʃənt/ (adj) Definition aware and conscious, feeling and perceiving the atmosphere around you, perceptive, alive, cognizant, reactive, intelligent, alert, responsive, sensitive, sensible, animate, thinking, au courant Example Non-odontogenic facial pain can be caused by inflammation due to tumor, infection, or trauma. Topographical classification is often applied to this complex region. … Read more

Circumspect GRE Vocabulary Flashcard

Circumspect GRE Vocabulary Flashcard /ˈsɜː.kəm.spekt/ (adj) Definition taking all possible circumstance into consideration before taking any action, prudent, careful not to take risks, vigilant, attentive, cautious, alert, on the qui vive, heedful, mindful, discreet, judicious, watchful, aware, guarded, wary, observant, chary, solicitous Example European civil servants must observe a set of rules when exercising their … Read more

Observant 504 Absolutely Essential Words Lesson 13

Observant 504 Absolutely Essential Words Lesson 13 /əbˈzɜː.vənt/ (adj) quick at noticing things, perceptive, sharp-eyed, alert, on guard, aware, watchful, heedful, circumspect, vigilant, hawk-eyed, attentive, eagle-eyed, on the qui vive Be observant. It’s normal for kids to go through some changes as they mature, but pay attention if you notice changes to her mood, behavior, … Read more

Aware English Flashcard for Aware for IELTS

Aware English Flashcard Aware English Flashcard (adj) /əˈweəʳ/ US /-ˈwer/ having information and knowledge about something or being able to notice something, conscious, alert, watchful, careful, vigilant, mindful, circumspect, cognizant I was not aware of this rule that you said I’ve violated. Antonyms: unaware, ignorant Noun: awareness

Cautious – English Flashcard for Cautious for IELTS

Cautious Cautious (adj) /ˈkɔː.ʃəs/ US /ˈkɑː-/ being so careful, thoughtful or watchful, alert, vigilant, wary, precautious, prudent, circumspect I was trying to be extra cautious while driving on a slippery road. Antonym: reckless Noun: caution Noun: cautiousness Adverb: cautiously