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The Wolf and The Lion Aesop’s Fable + Video

The Wolf and the Lion from Aesop's fables with narration and vocabulary practice for ESL learners

The wolf and the lion is one of Aesop’s fables narrated by Dr. Mohammad Hossein Hariri Asl with vocabulary and pronunciation practice for ESL learners. Learn vocabulary in real context with images and pronunciation practice. Source of story: Gutenberg Project at www.gutenberg.org The Wolf and the Lion Roaring by the mountainside at sundown, a wolf…

The Fly by Katherine Mansfield English Short Stories

The Fly by Katherine Mansfield as a great short story to improve your English at LELB Society with flashcards and podcast

The Fly by Katherine Mansfield The Fly by Katherine Mansfield Available in the public domain through Gutenberg Project ‘Y’are very snug in here,’ piped old Mr. Woodifield, and peered out of the great, green-leather armchair by his friend the boss’s desk as a baby peers out of its pram. His talk was over; it was…

Abject Definition in Context with Images

Abject definition in context with synonyms

Abject definition in context with images, synonyms and real examples from the book, Vocabulary for the College-Bound Student. Learn the word, abject, in authentic context with text-to-speech and in short passages. /ˈæb.dʒekt/ (adj) Abject definition miserable, wretched, despicable, showing no pride or respect for yourself, underfoot, pathetic, hopeless abject poverty, failure or misery = extreme…

Wretched – English Flashcard for Wretched for IELTS

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Wretched Wretched (adj) /ˈretʃ.ɪd/ feeling unhappy, miserable and hopeless, desolate, pitiful, heartbroken, dejected, worthless, despicable, abject Unlike his prosperous adulthood, he used to have a wretched childhood. Antonyms: happy, noble Noun: wretchedness Adverb: wretchedly

Dismal 504 Absolutely Essential Words Lesson 2

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Dismal 504 Absolutely Essential Words Lesson 2 Dismal 504 Absolutely Essential Words Lesson 2 /ˈdɪz.məl/ (adj) hopeless and sad, gloomy, dejected, grim, cheerless, depressed, melancholy, morose, doleful, despondent, dispirited, miserable, wretched, somber – extremely bad, awful, dreary When you need to look sad or dismal in person or during a performance, you have to rely…

Paltry 1100 Words You Need Week 32 Day 2

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Paltry 1100 Words You Need Paltry 1100 Words You Need Week 32 Day 2 with authentic materials and examples, synonyms, antonyms, illustrated flashcards and text-to-speech for GRE, TOEFL & IELTS /ˈpɔːl.tri/ (adj) trifling and low in quality, inconsiderable, nominal, insignificant, despicable, trivial, worthless, miserable, poor, wretched Mid- and Late-Career Teachers Struggle With Paltry Incomes This…

Pathetic 1100 Words You Need Week 29 Day 1

Pathetic 1100 words you need to know week 29 day 1 at LELB Society with flashcards for GRE, TOEFL & IELTS

Pathetic 1100 Words You Need Pathetic 1100 Words You Need Week 29 Day 1 with authentic text, synonyms, antonyms and flashcards for GRE, TOEFL & IELTS /pəˈθet.ɪk/ (adj) causing a feeling of disrespect, disinterest, sadness or sympathy usually due to being unsuccessful or ineffectual, wretched, pitiful, sad, moving, tragic, doleful, touching, distressing, heartbreaking, useless, laughable,…

Deplorable 1100 Words You Need Week 25 Day 2

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Deplorable 1100 Words You Need Deplorable 1100 Words You Need /dɪˈplɔː.rə.bļ/ (adj) very bad, awful, regrettable, extremely unacceptable, disgraceful, terrible, dreadful, shocking, unpardonable, appalling, unforgivable, shameful, pitiful, wretched, lamentable, reprehensible, blameworthy Florida girl, 14, calls abuse hotline over ‘deplorable’ living conditions, parents arrested When deputies spoke with the 14-year-old girl, she confirmed to them she…

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