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The Mistress and Her Servants by Aesop for ESL Students

The Mistress and Her Servants by Aesop for advanced ESL students with a podcast and vocabulary practice

The Mistress and Her Servants by Aesop with a podcast, vocabulary practice in real context for advanced ESL students The Mistress and Her Servants is now in the public domain available on Gutenberg Project. Podcast of the Mistress and Her Servants Watch this video on YouTube. The Mistress and Her Servants A widow, thrifty and…

The Salt Merchant and His Donkey – Best Aesop’s Fables

The Salt Merchant and His Donkey with vocabulary practice and podcast for ESL students

The Salt Merchant and His Donkey from Aesop’s fables for ESL students to learn vocabulary in context with images and enjoy English literature. Source of story: Gutenberg Project at www.gutenberg.org Video of The Salt Merchant and His Donkey Watch this video on YouTube. The Persian version of the short story Study The Salt Merchant and His…

Listless GRE Vocabulary Flashcard

Listless GRE Vocabulary Flashcard at LELB Society

Listless GRE Vocabulary Flashcard /ˈlɪst.ləs/ (adj) lacking enthusiasm or energy to do anything that requires effort, weary, apathetic, lethargic, lazy, indolent, uninterested, enervated, languid, inert If you are listless or have a low mood that lasts 2 weeks or more, it could be a sign of depression. Support is also available if you’re finding it…

Dilatory GRE Vocabulary Flashcard

Dilatory GRE Vocabulary Flashcard at LELB Society

Dilatory GRE Vocabulary Flashcard /ˈdɪl.ə.tri/ (adj) Definition likely to cause delay and slow, sluggish, tardy, unhurried, sluggardly, dragging, intended to delay, laggard, procrastinating, slow-footed, lazy, delaying, slow-paced, behindhand, slow-going Example Dilatory tactics are often the main cause of undue delay. To prevent them, legal systems – regardless of time and place – have searched for…

Slothful – English Flashcard for Slothful with Synonyms

Slothful - English Flashcard - LELB Society

Slothful Slothful /ˈsləʊθ.fəl/ (adj) disliking any form of physical exertion, lazy, indolent, lethargic, phlegmatic, lifeless, slow, idle, sluggish, inactive, apathetic, languid: She wakes up her slothful son to walk. Slothful people usually tend to pick sedentary jobs. A well-earned rest is a sheer pleasure that cannot be witnessed by slothful people.

Lethargic – English Flashcard for Lethargic with Synonyms

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Lethargic Lethargic: Adjective /ləˈθɑː.dʒɪk/ lacking in energy; feeling unwilling and unable to do anything, tired, phlegmatic, sluggish, weary, lackluster, languid, indolent, exhausted, lifeless: The obese teenager seems lethargic after eating so much food due to his voracious appetite. Afternoon is the time when everybody tends to be lethargic. Being old doesn’t necessarily mean to be lethargic. You should have stopped being lethargic because being lethargic is a harbinger of failure. She…

Indolent – English Flashcard for Indolent with Synonyms

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Indolent Indolent (Adj) /ˈɪn.dəl.ənt/ lazy; showing no real interest or effort, lethargic, sluggish, idle, slothful, apathetic, lax, torpid, languid: He felt too indolent to get out of bed last Friday. Don’t surrender to any sense of indolence. Otherwise, you’ll turn into quite an indolent person. Do you think that indolent people are smarter than ordinary ones? antonym: energetic Fre: indolente Fa: تنبل

English Vocabulary about Laziness for IELTS


English Vocabulary about Laziness English Vocabulary about Laziness Drag one’s feet (idiom) to do something slowly because you do not want to do it Watch this video on YouTube. The advertiser was dragging his feet owing to non-payment for his previous work. The painter dragged his feet until he got ensured about receiving a good…