In this episode, we cover the pronunciation of the word deter. This word is used as a verb and means to discourage someone from doing something, usually using doubt or fear. Synonyms for deter include prevent, stop and avert. The word comes from Latin 'deterrere', a word formed with de- ?away from? and terrere ?frighten'.
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I learned that the future tense is whole lot more complicated than i previously thought it was. However, for the future tenses there are key words in sentences that make it clear which tense is used in a sentence. Now, I can write sentences in all of the future tenses and know that I am using them correctly. The usages were a very important thing to remember in this unit.By reading and digesting all the information in this unit I learned of the various ways we use the word \"if\" in the English language. I learned that conditional language can take on many forms and was provided examples of such within the unit. I also learned what reported speech was and took note of how tenses may change depending simply on who is giving the information.