The Wolves and the Sheepdogs English Fairy Tale with Video

The Wolves and the Sheepdogs is an English fairy tale for young learners and intermediate English learners from Aesop’s fables about naivete in a very didactic and informative story. You can practice listening comprehension and vocabulary in real context with the help of this story. Source of story: Gutenberg Project at www.gutenberg.org The Wolves and the Sheepdogs … Read more

Ingenuous GRE Vocabulary Flashcard

Ingenuous GRE Vocabulary Flashcard /ɪnˈdʒen.ju.əs/ (adj) sincere and honest, trusting, artless, innocent, guileless, naive, unaffected, candid, showing childlike simplicity, straightforward, open, frank, gullible, innocuous, unsophisticated, innocent Sincere friendships with ingenuous friends take time to form and deepen. Here are some ways to nurture your friendship: Treat your friend as you would like them to treat … Read more

Credulous GRE Vocabulary Flashcard

Credulous GRE Vocabulary Flashcard /ˈkred.jʊ.ləs/ (adj) easily deceived, easily fooled, too willing to believe everything that is said, naive, unsuspicious, trusting, imprudent, unsuspecting, unsophisticated, uncritical, innocent Young children have a well-deserved reputation for being credulous. From an adult perspective, many of the stories they believe are outrageous—that a machine can shrink a room or clone … Read more

Gullible 1100 Words You Need Week 17 Day 4

Gullible 1100 Words You Need Gullible 1100 Words You Need /ˈgʌl.ə.bļ/ (adj) Gullible definition easily fooled and deceived by others, duped, naive, too willing to believe what other people say, credulous, susceptible, innocent, trusting, accepting: Example One day, in downtown Victoria, I was being treated to the famed English afternoon tea served at the Empress … Read more

Dupe 1100 Words You Need Week 3 Day 2

Dupe 1100 Words You Need Dupe 1100 Words You Need /djuːp/ (noun & verb) Noun: a person who is easily deceived or tricked, victim of deceit or trickery, a naive or gullible person, sucker, mug, victim, target, fool Verb: to deceive or trick someone, persuade and cajole, fool, con, take in, play a trick on, … Read more

Naive – English Flashcard for Naive with Synonyms

Naive (adj) /naɪˈiːv/ Naive definition willing to trust people excessively – simple and trusting – unsophisticated and unable to analyze matters critically – inexperienced – gullible – credulous – childlike: Example That would be so naive to think that this simple plan could eradicate all of our problems. Antonyms suspicious, shrewd Parts of speech Noun: … Read more