How to Pronounce 'INFLAMMABLE' - English Pronunciation


In this episode, we cover the pronunciation of the word inflammable. This word is used as an adjective and refers to something that is easily set on fire. The word originates from Latin inflammare.

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This gives a broad understanding of what this course covers and how it can be used in the job market by the teacher. It also gives a broad understanding of exactly what teaching business english covers. This gives a clear understanding of where to go to look for help and assistance.In this Unit I learned the basics of grammar. I was able to learn how to use nouns, adjectives, verbs, prepositions and many other forms of grammar. This lesson also focuses on how to teach the student by providing fun activities that engage and motivate as well as promote learning.This unit gave me an overview of what are the components of English phrases including definition, position in a phrase and how it would be formed. Knowing this basic structure is very important to form a phrase correctly as well as flexibly apply English words in variable situation.

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