How to Pronounce 'PROPENSITY'- English Grammar

 

In this episode, we cover the pronunciation of the word propensity. This word is a noun and refers to a natural tendency to behave in a particular way. Synonyms for propensity include tendency, inclination or proneness. The word comes from Latin 'propensus' meaning ‘inclined'.


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A really great way to start the course. I have now become fully aware of the various attributes of both teachers and learners, the roles they each play, the dynamic they share and how they can achieve success in the classroom to get the most out of their experience. I know of the importance of the teacher/learner relationship and how both can benefit and flourish.When teaching English as a second language you need to have a clear understanding of grammar and punctuation and be able to give students clear examples / definitions . Thus, the role of a teacher in this situation involves him/her using different forms of teaching methods depending on the students e.g. s/he may need to model as well as facilitate such lessons.


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