22 August 2014


Vocabulary building is important for both reading comprehension and writing. 

Use the following two words in one sentence (note the part of speech).

irrevocably (adverb) and propensity (noun).

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Yu Jin said...

He showed a propensity for violence in his marriage, so he got into an irrevocably situation.

Liudmila said...

Propensity to lie can irrevocably damage the reputation.

Audrey L said...

Last week, George irrevocably had a propensity to drink too much alcohol.

Audrey L said...

A higher propensity to consume heroin will irrevocably changed someones' behaviour.

Olena140 said...

The propensity for laziness will irrevocably lead you to your destruction.

Michael said...

Good try, Yu Jin, but you can't use an adverb ("irrevocably") to modify a noun ("situation").

Very nice, Liudmila. But be sure to include an article before a countable noun. In this case you want to say "a propensity to lie..."

Audrey, "irrevocably had" sounds a little odd to me. Your second sentence is better -- but you made a verb error. Can you see it?

Well done, Olena140!.