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To think carefully about something, usually before making a decision; To think about something that one might do, accept, buy etc.
Example Usage: I need to consider all my options before I sign the contract; I am going to consider buying that pair of shoes I saw yesterday.
Did you know….? ‘Consider’ was in the top 200 most-viewed words at oxforddictionaries.com last year.
Adjectives describe an attribute of a noun, for example, long hair, new car, old house. There are estimated to be more than 100,000 adjectives in the English language - far too many to learn of course, but here is a good list to get you started...
Here are the answers to yesterday’s English Lesson – 'New Year's Eve celebrations will see a misty start'. If you require any help or clarifications please ask me. read more
A determined promise or goal to accomplish, usually to change things for the better; a course of action determined or decided on. It is common to make a resolution at the start of a new year.
Example Usage: Tomorrow night I will make a New Year's Resolution. I have made a resolution to stop drinking.