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The Wolf and the Lamb from Aesop for ESL Students

The Wolf and the Lamb from Aesop for ESL students with a podcast and vocabulary practice in real context

The Wolf and the Lamb from Aesop for ESL students with a podcast and vocabulary practice in real context The Wolf and the Lamb is now in the public domain available on Gutenberg Project Podcast of the Wolf and the Lamb Watch this video on YouTube. The Wolf and the Lamb A wolf came upon…

The Fox Who Had Lost His Tail with Podcast from Aesop

The Fox Who Had Lost His Tail from Aesop's fables to learn English vocabulary in real context

The Fox Who Had Lost His Tail is one of the most popular Aesop’s fables with podcast to enjoy learning English and expand your vocabulary in real context. Source of story: Gutenberg Project at www.gutenberg.org Video of The Fox Who Had Lost His Tail Watch this video on YouTube. The Fox Who Had Lost His Tail…

Exculpate GRE Vocabulary Flashcard

Exculpate GRE Vocabulary Flashcard at LELB Society

Exculpate GRE Vocabulary Flashcard /ˈek.skəl.peɪt/ (verb) to prove someone innocent, remove blame from someone, exonerate, let off, acquit, excuse, free from blame, release, clear, vindicate, absolve Exculpatory evidence is evidence favorable to the defendant in a criminal trial that exonerates or tends to exonerate or exculpate the defendant of guilt. It is the opposite of…

Exempt 504 Absolutely Essential Words Lesson 29

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Exempt 504 Absolutely Essential Words Lesson 29 /ɪgˈzempt/ (verb) Verb: to excuse someone or something from a duty, responsibility, payment, and the like, let go, forgive, except, free, pardon, discharge, relieve, release Adjective: exempted or excused from a payment, duty or responsibility, off the hook, excepted, released, freed, relieved, not liable Veterans, generally exempt from…

Rationalize – English Flashcard for Rationalize for IELTS

Rationalize - English Flashcard for Rationalize - LELB Society

Rationalize Rationalize (verb) /ˈræʃ.ən.əl.aɪz/ to try to give reasonable explanations to justify something – vindicate – account for – make something more rational and profitable – eliminate irrational numbers from – slim down – adjust: She rationalized her poor performance in the exam by saying that the proctor had been watching her incessantly.

Condone GRE Vocabulary Flashcard for Condone

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Condone GRE Vocabulary Flashcard Condone GRE Vocabulary Flashcard /kənˈdəʊn/ US /-ˈdoʊn/ (verb) to accept or allow behavior that is wrong, pardon, overlook, excuse, disregard, forgive, ignore, tolerate, make allowances for: I cannot condone the use of violence under any circumstances. Fre: pardonner Fa: چشم پوشی کردن

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