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Did you know that there are over 600,000 words in English? That's a lot of words, and far more than any human being could ever manage to learn. Even Shakespeare only used around 55,000 different words in all of his works. Mind you, he did actually invent quite a few of them. To get a good mastery of English, you do need to expand your vocabulary as much as possible. The more words you know, the better your English will be. The Activities here will help you to quickly develop your vocabulary.

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Richness in Contentment

In this exercise you will find reading and listening comprehension exercises based on the article titled "Relevance of Ausonius' Philosophy on Modern Western Consumerism: Richness, Desire, and the Miser Mentality". The article examines the philosophy of Ausonius, a famous poet and scholar from the late Roman Empire, and its relevance to the modern western consumer mindset. The comprehension exercises are designed to test your understanding of the article and to help you develop your reading and listening skills. The exercises include multiple-choice questions that will require you to recall...

Philosophy Course Download Audio Reading IPA Script Lesson Parts (16)

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Eunice Newton Foote Word Scramble

Welcome to the word scramble exercise based on the inspiring story of Eunice Newton Foote, a pioneering scientist who made ground-breaking discoveries about the greenhouse effect. Her experiments with glass cylinders filled with different gases led to her recognition as one of the earliest researchers on global warming. This exercise includes words related to her life, work, and the movement for scientific progress that she was a part of. From the Seneca Falls Convention to the Troy Female Seminary, from the atmosphere to the planet, this exercise has a mix of words that will challenge and ...

Biographies Course Download Lesson Parts (16)

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Eunice Newton Foote Jumble

In this exercise, students are given a series of jumbled sentences that describe the life and work of Eunice Newton Foote, a pioneering American scientist who lived during the 19th century. Foote is best known for her groundbreaking work on the greenhouse effect, which involved conducting experiments to study the role that gases play in the Earth's atmosphere. Despite facing barriers as a woman in science, Foote was able to make significant contributions to our understanding of this important phenomenon. However, her work was largely overlooked for many years due to the fact that she was...

Biographies Course Download Lesson Parts (16)

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Eunice Newton Foote Dictation

This dictation exercise uses a list of sentences related to the life and work of Eunice Newton Foote, an American scientist who made significant contributions to our understanding of the greenhouse effect. This exercise will help improve your listening, comprehension, and dictation skills, while also teaching you more about the vocabulary and history of science. The sentences range from Foote's personal background, education, and scientific work to the challenges she faced as a woman in science, as well as the recognition she received posthumously. The exercise will provide an enjoyable and...

Biographies Course Lesson Parts (16)

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Eunice Newton Foote IPA to Words

This exercise uses the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) to transcribe the pronunciation of words associated with the life and work of Eunice Newton Foote. This exercise will help improve your pronunciation and understanding of the phonetic sounds of English. The IPA is a system of phonetic notation that uses symbols to represent the sounds of human speech. Each symbol corresponds to a specific sound, making it easier to accurately transcribe words and understand the nuances of pronunciation. By practicing with these words, you can improve your knowledge of the IPA and learn more abo...

Biographies Course Download Lesson Parts (16)

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