Vocabulary Teaching Strategies

English Vocabulary Index

Vocabulary Teaching Strategies for 30th August :

  1. Propriety (n) : reasonableness, fitness, decency


  2. Prorogation (n) : prolongation, adjournment


  3. Prorogue (v) : prolong, adjourn


  4. Prosaic (adj.) : unimaginative, dull


  5. Pros and cons (n) : reasons for and against


  6. Proscribe (v): denounce, interdict, outlaw


  7. Prose (n) : ordinary writing without metrical structure


  8. Prosecute (v) : take legal action in a court


  9. Prosecution (n) : act of prosecuting, the prosecuting side


  10. Prosecutor (n) : the law officer who leads a case against a prisoner


  11. Prosody (n) : the principles of verse-making


  12. Prospect (n) : wide view, looking forward to, expectation, something which is expected hoped for


  13. Prospective (adj.) : anticipated, future


  14. Prospectus (n) : an announcement or booklet setting forth the main features


  15. Prosper (v) : get on well, thrive, succeed


  16. Prosperity (n) : good fortune, wealth condition


  17. Prosperous (adj.) : flourishing, well off


  18. Prostitute (n) : harlot, base hireling


  19. Prostitute (v) : put to base us


  20. Prostrate (v) : stretched out, prone, suppliant, overcome


  21. Prostrate (adj.) : lying flat with the face to the ground, defenceless


  22. Protect (v) : guard, keep from danger or harm


  23. Protective (adj.) : affording shelter or protection


  24. Protégé (adj.) : one who is under the care of another


  25. Protein (n) : an important constituent of food rich in nitrogen


  26. Protest (v) : affirm strongly object


  27. Protest (n) : statement of disapproval


  28. Prototype (n) : the first or original type, a pattern


  29. Protract (v) : lengthen, delay


  30. Protractor (n) : an instrument for measuring and drawing angles


  31. Protrude (v) : project outward


  32. Proud (adj.) : vain, haughty, arrogant


  33. Prove (v) : demonstrate, verify, turn out


  34. Provender (n): fodder


  35. Proverb (n): a wise saying, a maxim


  36. Proverbial (adj.) : widely known, relating to proverb


  37. Provide (v) : supply, prepare, arrange


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