Apprehensive Definition in Context with Images

Apprehensive definition in context with images and synonyms + antonyms and parts of speech from the book, Vocabulary for College-bound Students. Learn the word, apprehensive, in authentic context with text-to-speech. /ˌæp.rɪˈhent.sɪv/ (adj) Apprehensive definition worried and anxious about something that you need to do, concerned, hesitant, uneasy, frightened, nervous, fearful, afraid, scared, tense Example If … Read more

English Documentary on Panic Attack with Transcript & Video

English documentary on panic attack with transcript and video to practice listening and reading comprehension simultaneously and enrich your academic vocabulary in context. Select each word and listen to the selected text to perfect your listening comprehension. Source of documentary: TED-Ed YouTube Channel Listening comprehension Reading comprehension What is a panic attack? The body becomes its … Read more

Trauma 601 Words You Need to Know

Trauma 601 Words You Need to Know /ˈtrɔː.mə/ (noun) Definition an extremely painful and long-lasting emotional experience which causes flashbacks and bitter memories into the future usually caused by devastating and appalling accidents, distressing experience, agony, panic, suffering, upset, upheaval, disturbance, anguish, torture, shock, heartbreak, distress, strain – a physical wound or injury, contusion, laceration, … Read more

Catharsis 601 Words You Need to Know

Catharsis 601 Words You Need to Know /kəˈθɑː.sɪs/ (noun) Definition the process of relieving and releasing strong emotions through art such as drama, theater or writing, purification of emotions through art and Greek tragedy, emotional release, cleansing, expurgation, liberation, purgation, relief, purging Example A catharsis is an emotional release. According to psychoanalytic theory, this emotional … Read more

Stop Watching the News – English for Psychology

Stop Watching the News – English for Psychology with illustrated vocabulary flashcards, selected text as authentic context, and a video podcast Source of image: https://news.northeastern.edu/ Listening practice Reading practice It hurts your mental health The top story and headlines of the day are usually one of three things. A death, a disaster, or a scandal. … Read more

How to Manage Anxiety – English for Psychology

How to Manage Anxiety – English for Psychology with a video to improve listening, selected text for reading practice and illustrated flashcards inside the text Source of image: https://www.calmclinic.com/ Listening practice Reading practice What is anxiety? Anxiety involves feelings of worry, fear, and apprehension. Anxiety is typically experienced on cognitive, emotional, and physical levels. For … Read more

Distress 504 Absolutely Essential Words Lesson 32

Distress 504 Absolutely Essential Words Lesson 32 /dɪˈstres/ (noun & verb) Noun: anxiety and sadness, sorrow, pain, anguish, agony, wretchedness, mental suffering, misery, grief – danger or difficulty, trouble, hardship, misfortune Verb: to upset or disturb someone, agitate, worry, trouble, perturb, afflict, bother, torment, vex, annoy On 16 January 1838 a petition asking for help … Read more

Dread 504 Absolutely Essential Words Lesson 10

Dread 504 Absolutely Essential Words Lesson 10 with synonyms, antonyms and parts of speech for IELTS, TOEFL & GRE students in authentic and real context /dred/ (adj, noun & verb) Verb: to feel worried and anxious about something, worry about, be frightened of, be afraid of, have forebodings about, flinch from, shrink from, withdraw, get … Read more

Phobia 1100 Words You Need Week 37 Day 4

Phobia 1100 Words You Need Week 37 Day 4 Phobia 1100 Words You Need Week 37 Day 4 /ˈfəʊ.bi.ə/ US /ˈfoʊ.bjə/ (noun) an extreme fear of something in particular which does not have a reasonable foundation, horror, terror, fright, dread, paranoia, anxiety Fear of dogs, known clinically as cynophobia, is a type of stimulus-specific phobia. … Read more

Neurotic 1100 Words You Need Week 23 Day 2

Neurotic 1100 Words You Need Neurotic 1100 Words You Need /njʊəˈrɒt.ɪk/ (adj & noun) Adjective: behaving anxiously because of a mental disease, irascible, agitated, irritated, affected by neurosis, overanxious or obsessive, anxious, fearful, phobic, hung up, disturbed, fixated, irrational Noun: someone affected by neurosis, pessimist, worrier, fusspot Lots of people feel anxious from time to … Read more