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2 synonyms for "happy"

content, cheerful, pleasant, delighted etc.

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We need to make our ride to school better.

We need to improve/enhance our commute to school.

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Capacity

The stadium has the capacity to accommodate 50,000 individuals.

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Kindlasti

Definitely

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English has a lot of loan words. From which language has English borrowed the most words?

French

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2 synonyms for "make better"

enhance, improve, progress, increase, develop, upgrade etc.

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She was happy (c) before, but now she is angry (f).

She was content before, although now she is furious. 

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Punctual

The trams in Tallinn are very punctual, they are always on time.

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Veider

Weird

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What is the word for "words that have the opposite meaning"?

Antonyms

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2 synonyms for "good".

great, positive, excellent, acceptable, favourable etc.

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A big (e) pro (a) is that cars are cheaper (a). 

An enormous advantage is that cars are more affordable.

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Emerge

The sun emerged from behind the clouds following the storm.

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Hääldus

Pronunciation

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In English, there are broadly 4 types of words: verbs, nouns, adjectives and adverbs. Name 3 of each.

Verbs: do, be, go. Nouns: dog, cat, water. Adjectives: big, small, good. Adverbs: carefully, slowly, freely.

400

2 synonyms for "useful"

convenient, advantageous, helpful, effective, suitable etc.

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I use Google Maps to find the right way (n). 

I use Google Maps to navigate.

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Insight

She possessed valuable insight into the dynamics of market trends.

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Ettevõtja

Entrepreneur

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What is the term for "the study of sounds in a language"?

Phonology
500

3 synonyms for "big"

enormous, colossal, gigantic, huge, immense, massive, tremendous, vast etc.

500

We are going (e) on an adventure (j).

We are embarking on a journey.
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Exploit

The company discovered a means to exploit the potential of the innovative technology for its benefit.

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Vallatu

Mischievous

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RP or Queen's English, is the posh English that BBC broadcasters and the royal family speak. What does RP stand for?

Received Pronunciation

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