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

Disaster 504 Absolutely Essential Words Lesson 28

Disaster 504 Absolutely Essential Words Lesson 28 /dɪˈzɑː.stəʳ/ (noun) severe harm, damage or death, serious difficulty, calamity, catastrophe, tragedy, cataclysm – misadventure, mishap, setback, misfortune, debacle, failure, fiasco, adversary Initial priorities for U.S. participation in the International Decade for Natural Disaster Reduction, declared by the United Nations, are contained in this volume. It focuses on … Read more

Debacle 1100 Words You Need Week 35 Day 2

Debacle 1100 Words You Need Week 35 Day 2 Debacle 1100 Words You Need Week 35 Day 2 /deɪˈbɑː.kļ/ (noun) a complete failure, fiasco, an utter failure or disaster, catastrophe, mess, ruin, downfall, collapse, defeat, chaotic failure, tragedy, calamity, misfortune A financial crisis or debacle is any of a broad variety of situations in which … Read more

Tragedy – English Flashcard for Tragedy for IELTS

Tragedy Tragedy (noun) /ˈtrædʒ.ə.di/ a very sad and painful event that involves death or suffering, or a play or literature that reflects suffering and sorrow, misfortune, disaster, calamity, heartbreak, catastrophe His miserable life has been a complete tragedy replete with suffering and wretchedness. Antonyms: comedy, joy Adjective: tragic Adverb: tragically

English Conversation Class on Marriage

English Conversation Class on “Marriage” Session 80: Marriage Key Words: marriage, relationship, wedding, matrimony, nuptials, wedding ceremony, marriage ceremony, etc. Listen to the podcast of this session: Related Audio File: Please listen to this audio file (lecture, presentation, dialogue, audio-book, etc.) on our current subject before the class and try to answer the following questions: … Read more