How do you speak English like a pro? By adding “clarity” to your sentence 📣 👏

Latin & Greek are the foundations of modern English — so learning them will help you master difficult English vocabulary at lightning speed ⚡️ Of course, I will help you memorise these old words real fast too! 🚀
Latin word of the day: CLAR — Clear
  • CLARITY (n): clearness.
  • Clean water running down a mountain has clarity. So does a lovely singing voice: it’s clear and pure.

  • CLARION (adj): loud and clear.
  • Martin Luther King Jr.’s clarion call for all races in the US to live together in peace and harmony has lived on after his death.

  • DECLARE (v): to state clearly and officially.
  • If you declare victory, you are ending a war by saying you have won.

  • DECLARATION (n): a formal and official statement.
  • When you travel, you may need to make a declaration about any taxable items you purchased outside the country when you return.

  • Declarative (adj): A declarative sentence states a fact. Used to describe any action or speech that makes a statement.

  • CLARINET (n): A clarinet is a woodwind musical instrument that makes clear and bright sounds.

Memory Tip: Imagine “Claire” — a beautiful woman you know, dips her toe in the CLEAR blue sea 🐬 🌊


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