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The Do-English word of the days for 17th and 18th March is Paddies Day.
Paddies day: se usa para describir al día de St. Patricks, el día nacional de Irlanda.
“There is a great street party in Dublin on Paddies Day”.
#Paddies #Day #Ingles #Online
The Do-English word of the day for 16th March is the adjective incognito.
Incognito is used to describe a person who does not use their real name.
Incognito: se usa para describir a una persona que no usa su verdadero nombre.
“It is hard to find him, he is travelling incognito”.
#Incognito #Ingles #Online #Gratis
The Do-English word of the day for 15th March is the noun florist.
A florist is a person who grows and/or sells flowers.
Florist: es una persona que cultiva y/o vende flores.
“It’s my mother’s birthday, I am going to the florist to buy her some nice flowers”.
#Florist #Ingles #Online
The Do-English word of the day for 14th March is the adjective dumpy.
Dumpy is used to describe a person or thing that is short and fat.
Dumpy: se usa para describir una persona o cosa que es corta y gruesa.
“I used to be dumpy, then I changed my diet and started to run, now I am just short”.
#Dumpy #Ingles #DoEnglish
The Do-English word of the day for 13th March is the noun pal.
Pal: es una manera informal de decir amigo.
“Juan is my pal, we have known each other for 30 years”.
#Pal #Ingles #Gratis #Grammar
The Do-English word of the day for 12th March is the noun grit.
Grit is a very small piece of stone.
Grit: es una piedra muy pequeña.
“I have some grit in my eye, I am going to wash it out”.
#Grit #Ingles #Online
The Do-English word of the days for 10th & 11th March is the noun exponent.
Exponent is used to describe a person who is skilful at something.
Exponent: se usa para describir a una persona que es hábil en algo
“She is an exponent of the guitar”.
#Exponent #Ingles #Gratis
The Do-English word of the day for 9th March is the verb compose.
To compose is the process of putting parts together. It is mostly used for music and words.
Compose: es el proceso de unir partes. Se usa principalmente para música y composiciones literarias.
“He composed the music and I composed a poem”.
#Compose #Clases #Ingles #Online
The Do-English word of the day for 7th March is the noun nest.
A nest is the structure birds build to look after their young.
Nest: es una estructura construida por los pájaros para cuidar a sus crías.
“The cat got into the birds nest and killed the chicks”.
#Nest #Ingles #Gratis
The Do-English word of the day for 6th March is the adjective lazy.
Lazy is used to describe someone or something that avoids hard work.
Lazy: se usa para describir a una persona que no le gusta el trabajo duro.
“Lazy people tend to become fat”.
#Lazy #Ingles #Online #Gratis
The Do-English word of the day for 5th March is the verb shock.
A shock is to feel intense surprise.
Shock: es sentir una sorpresa intensa.
“I was shocked when I heard the bad news”.
#Shock #DoEnglish #Ingles #Gratis
El Do-English word of the day for 13th February 2018 is the noun spouse.
Spouse is used to describe a person who is married to another, it is gender neutral and can be used for both male and female.
“This is Mary she is my spouse, we were married last week”
#Spouse #DoEnglish #Gratis
El Do-English word of the day for 12th February 2018 is the verb Jibber jabber.
Jibber jabber means to speak fast and incoherently.
“Wait what, slow down I can’t understand you, please don’t jibber jabber”
#Jibber #jabber #Clases #Ingles
El Do-English word of the days for 10th & 11th February 2018 is the noun Pumpernickel.
Pumpernickel is a type of bread made with rye flour.
“Hhhm I love pumpernickel bread from North Germany.”
#Pumpernickel #Ingles #Gratis #Grammar
El Do-English word of the days for 9th February 2018 is the verb Skedaddle.
Skedaddle means to run away quickly.
“They skedaddled when the police arrived.”
#Skedaddle #Ingles #Online #Gratis
El Do-English word of the days for 8th February 2018 is the noun Nincompoop.
Nincompoop is used to describe a fool or idiot.
“Look at the politician he is a total nincompoop.”
#Nincompoop #Ingles #Online #Grammar
El Do-English word of the days for 7th February 2018 is the noun Brouhaha.
Brouhaha is an excited public discussion because of a sensational event.
“There was a brouhaha outside the parliament today when the Prime Minister said he was now the King.”
#Brouhaha #Clases #Ingles
El Do-English word of the days for 6th February 2018 is the noun kerfuffle.
Kerfuffle means to be in a state of confusion.
“There was a kerfuffle in the office today, we couldn’t find a very important contract”
#Kerfuffle #Clases #Grammar #DoEnglish
El Do-English word of the days for 4th and 5th February 2018 is the noun Malarkey.
Malarkey describes when someone deliberately confuses another person.
“I just didn’t understand him, he talked a lot of malarkey”
#Malarkey #Clases #Ingles
El Do-English word of the day for 3rd February 2018 is the verb to Lollygag.
Lollygag is used to describe time wasting behaviour.
“Stop loggygaging on the PlayStation and clean the house”
#Lollygag #Online #Grammar
El Do-English word of the day for 2nd February 2018 is the adjective Cattywampus.
Cattywampus means that some physical items are not in a straight line.
“The cups on the display should be in one straight line, but they are all cattywampus, please fix them”
El Do-English word of the day for 1st February 2018 is the noun Shenanigans.
Shenanigans means to do some mischief.
“At Halloween we always have a party in my house with lots of games and fun, we get up to a lot of shenanigans”.
El Do-English word of the day for 31st January 2018 is the verb to Discombobulate.
Discombobulate means to confuse.
“I was in an English lesson today and I didn’t understand a thing the teacher said, I was totally discombobulated”.
#Discombobulate #Clases #Ingles
El Do-English word of the day for 30th January 2018 is the verb to Flabbergast.
Flabbergast means to be very surprised.
“When I got home I was flabbergasted because my partner had arranged a surprise party for me”.
#Flabbergast #Clases #Grammar
El Do-English word of the day for 29th January 2018 is the verb to Bamboozle.
Bamboozle means to deceive or get the better of someone by trickery or flattery.
“He made me feel so good, and bamboozled me into buying a new car”.
El Do-English.Com word of the day January 27th & 28th January is the noun Gowpen.
Gowpen describes the bowl made when you cup your hands together.
“Make a gowpen and I will pour some berries into it”.
#Gowpen #gratis #inglés
El Do-English.Com word of the day January 26th is the noun Aquation.
Aquation is used to describe a large amount of rain fall.
“Last night there was an aquation, all the roads are flooded”.
#Aquation #DoEnglish #inglés
El Do-English.Com word of the day January 25th is the noun AUTOLOGOPHAGY.
Autologophagy describes when a person admits what they said is wrong.
“The sales manager just made an autologophagy, he said that he sold 500 units, but he only sold 20”.
#Autologohpagy #online #gratis #inglés
El Do-English.Com word of the day January 24th is the verb TO WHIZZLE.
Whizzle describes when a person obtains something by disreputable means.
“I think he wizzled his money when he worked in the city”.
#Whizzle #English #Learn #Online
El Do-English.Com word of the day January 23rd is the verb TO GOVE.
To gove describes a person who is staring vacantly.
“Look at Michael Gove on TV, he really does live up to his name.”
#Gove #clases #ingles #online
El Do-English.Com word of the day January 22nd is the noun WHIPMEGMORUM.
Whipmegmorum is an old Scottish word for a noisy argument about politics.
“Look at Barak and Mitt, having a whipmegmour about healthcare”.
#English #whipmegmourm #ClasesInglesOnline
El Do-English.Com word of the day January 19th is the adjective SUPERBIOUS.
Superious describes a person who is over-proud, overbearingly or arrogant.
“I really think Donald Trump is superbious.”
El Do-English.Com word of the day January 18th is adjective TRYPANOPHOBIA.
Ingles: Trypanophobia is the fear of getting injections.
“I have never had an inoculation in my life, because I suffer with trypanophobia”.
El Do-English.Com word of the day January 17th is the noun PUNCT.
Ingles: A punct is a quarter of an hour.
“Please wait for me, I will be there in a punct.”
The Do-English word of the day for January 14th is the noun MOGSHADE.
Mogshade: Es una palabra en Inglés Antiguo que ya no se suele utilizar y se utilizaba para nombrar la sombra proyectada por los árboles.
English: Mogshade is an old English word that is not used anymore, and is the shadow cast by trees.
“I love looking at the mogshade on warm summer days.”
#Mogshade#clasesInglesOnline #clases #Ingles #Online
The Do-English word of the day for January 15th is the noun SNOWBRASH.
English: Snowbrash is the water that is produced by melting snow.
“The snow on the side of the road is melting, so watch out for the snowbrash when you are driving.”
#clases #Ingles #Online #snowbrash
Word of the day January 6th is Lappets.
Lappets: Son las aletas que hay en los lados de los sombreros o gorras que protegen las orejas en zonas de temperaturas frías
English: Lappets are the material flaps on sides of hats or caps that protect the ears in cold weather.
“My ears are so cold”, “You have lappets, pull them down”
#DoEnglish #clases #Ingles #Online #lappets
The Do-English word of the day for January 11th is the noun SLUTCH-PIT.
Slutch-pit: Es una zona de un bosque en la que hay barro
English: A slutch-pit is an area of forest that is filled with mud.
“Oh no the dog just jumped into the slutch-pit, I will have to wash her when I get home”.
#ClasesInglesOnline #slutch #pit
The Do-English word of the day for January 10th is the adjective BULLRAGEOUS.
Bullrageous: Es una persona que está muy enfadada
English: Bullrageous describes a person who is very angry.
“My ex-partner stole all my money I am so bullrageous at the moment”.
#clases #Ingles #Online #bullrageous
The Do-English word of the day for January 9th is the noun DOGGINDALE.
Doggindale: Describe la niebla que se adhiere a las laderas de las montañas como un manto.
English: Doggindale describes the mist that cling to hillsides.
“oh look over there, the doggindales on the side of Mont Banc”.
#DoEnglish #clasesInglesOnline #doggindale
The Do-English word of the day for January 8th is the verb ENSORCELL.
Ensorcell: significa lanzar un hechizo mágico sobre alguien.
English: Ensorcell means to cast a magic spell on someone.
“The wizard ensorcelled the young girl in the story”. .
#ClasesInglesOnline #clases #Ingles #Online
Word of the day January 7th is Ashcat.
Es una palabra antigua en inglés que se usa para describir a una persona agachada sobre un fuego para mantenerse caliente.
English: Ashcat Is an old English word used to describe a person crouching over a fire to keep Warm.
“When I went camping it was so cold I spent each nigh ashcat”.
#DoEnglish #Word #Day Do-English.com
Word of the day January 3rd is Rubberneckers.
Son las personas que reducen la velocidad mientras conducen mirando un accidente que ha ocurrido.
English: Rubberneckers are people who drive by an accident and slow down to look at it.
“The traffic was very slow due to rubberneckers”.
#DoEnglish #Word #Day Do-English.com
Word of the day January 2nd is Circumstant
Se usa para describir a una persona que está parada cerca de otra persona
English: Circumstant’ is used to a describe person standing near another person.
“Look over there, the person circumstant to John is Mr Smith”.
#DoEnglish #Word #Day #ClasesInglesOnLine Do-English.com
Word of the day January 1st is Snow bones
Son las pistas de nieve que se crean en la carretera por las marcas hechas por ruedas
English: Snow Bones are the tracks of snow on the road between tracks made by wheels.
“Drive on the snow bones, they will have better traction”
#DoEnglish #Word #Day Do-English.com