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8 Week 1. Hindrance (n): something that stops, slows, or prevents progress V: hinder. Audacious ( adj ): extremely bold or daring; very original; unrestrained by convention Adv : audaciously N: audacity N: audaciousness. Feasible ( adj ): capable of being done; suitable; likely

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8 week 1
8 Week 1
  • Hindrance (n): something that stops, slows, or prevents progress
  • V: hinder
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Audacious (adj): extremely bold or daring; very original; unrestrained by convention

  • Adv: audaciously
  • N: audacity
  • N: audaciousness
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Rational (adj): reasonable; sensible; sane; able to think logically

  • Adv: rationally
  • N: rationality
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Banter (n): an exchange of playful remarks

  • (v): to speak lightly or playfully
  • Adj: bantering
  • Adv: banteringly
  • N: banterer
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Imperative (adj): absolutely necessary, unavoidable; in a commanding way; type of verb or sentence that commands

  • (n): a command
  • Adv: imperatively
  • N: imperativeness
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Independent clause: group of words that contains a subject and a verb, and can stand alone as a complete sentence

  • Dependent clause: contains a subject and verb, but cannot stand alone as a sentence
  • Try saying “I believe that…”