English Documentary on Plague with Transcript & Flashcards

English Documentary on Plague with Transcript & Flashcards to perfect your reading and listening abilities and expand your academic and scientific vocabulary Source of documentary: National Geographic YouTube Channel Source of image: https://www.express.co.uk/ Listening comprehension Reading comprehension What is plague? Plague is notorious for causing mass sickness and devastation. But as much tragedy as the disease has … Read more

Spate 1100 Words You Need Week 41 Day 3

Spate 1100 Words You Need Week 41 Day 3 Spate 1100 Words You Need Week 41 Day 3 /speɪt/ (noun) a countless number of unpleasant events happening simultaneously, large quantity, vast array, series, succession, cluster, run, outbreak, epidemic, string, a sudden flood in a river, rush, torrent, outburst Spate of new research supports wearing masks … Read more

Eruption 1100 Words You Need Week 25 Day 1

Eruption 1100 Words You Need Eruption 1100 Words You Need /ɪˈrʌp.ʃən/ (noun) the act of bursting out or exploding quickly and suddenly, outburst, upsurge, epidemic, discharge, emission, explosion, sudden release Volcanoes have existed for a long time on Earth, likely causing disasters such as the Permian mass extinction about 250 million years ago, the greatest … Read more

Rash 1100 Words You Need Week 11 Day 4

Rash 1100 Words You Need Rash 1100 Words You Need /ræʃ/ (adj & noun) careless or unwise, without thought for what might happen or result, lax, thoughtless and impetuous, impulsive, hasty, reckless, foolish, imprudent, precipitous, brash, insensible – skin eruption, an outbreak on the surface of the skin that is often reddish and itchy, flush, … Read more

Epidemic – English Flashcard for Epidemic for IELTS

Epidemic Epidemic (adj & noun) /ˌep.ɪˈdem.ɪk/ noun: an outbreak of a disease – a fast-spreading disease, plague – a rapid growth in something – outbreak – outburst – increase – prevalent – widespread: Hundreds of people died on that island due to an epidemic of a viral disease. Antonyms: restricted, decrease Adverb: epidemically