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  • It's day 28. We're down to our last three days  of this incredible 30 Day English Vocabulary  

  • Challenge. We're learning 105 words from the  academic word list, with real life examples,  

  • with quizzes, words that will help you  have sophisticated English conversations,  

  • and words you need to know if you're preparing  for the IELTS or TOEFL exam. I've been watching  

  • the posts you've been making about this challengeit's incredible, inspiring. Make up a sentence to  

  • word you learn and post it on social. Don't  forget to like and subscribe, and don't forget  

  • to download the study guide that goes with this 30  day challenge. You can do that by clicking here or  

  • the link in the video description. Learn  the words, ace the quizzes, you've got this.

  • Today, we start with the word EVALUATIONEvaluation. A longer word, five syllables,  

  • with stress on the fourth syllable. EvaluationEvaluation. Noun, a careful, thoughtful judgment  

  • of something or someone. The teacher received  five star evaluations from every student.  

  • Let's look again up close and in slow motion. And now, we'll go to Youglish for five examples

  • Parents and the community should  have input into the evaluation

  • She's talking about a bill that was  being voted on regarding evaluating  

  • teachers. Making thoughtful judgments of  teachers and their skills in the classroom

  • Parents and the community should  have input into the evaluation

  • Here's another example. Now, we're going to do a  

  • little bit of evaluation, a little bit of  what we call naming and framing the ideas

  • A little bit of evaluation. A little bit of  judging, naming it good, bad, this idea is  

  • good for this, and so on. Evaluating, carefully  considering something, then making a judgment

  • Now, we're going to do a little bit of  evaluation a little bit of what we call  

  • naming and framing the ideas. Here's another example

  • After the program, we invite you to fill in  the little evaluation forms that you see

  • Evaluation forms. This is to give feedback  to the people running the program.  

  • What was your experience in the  program? What did you think of it

  • After the program, we invite you to fill in  the little evaluation forms that you see

  • Another example. We did a formal evaluation of how  

  • people run and compared running styles in normal  gravity to running styles up on the space station

  • A formal evaluation. They must  have come up with a method,  

  • specific things they were looking at, in each  runner, to make a judgment on running styles

  • We did a formal evaluation of how people run  and compare running styles in normal gravity to  

  • running styles up on the space station. Our last example

  • Physical therapy evaluation and treatment can  certainly help with balance and walking issues

  • Evaluation, study and judgment of how good  someone's balance is. And if it's not good,  

  • some physical therapy to make it better. Physical therapy evaluation and treatment can  

  • certainly help with balance and walking issues. Our next word is POSITIVE, with a flap T.  

  • Positive. It's an adjective, good or usefulThe book had a positive influence on me.  

  • It also means completely certain or sure  that something is correct or true. We were  

  • positive that we would win the game. Let's  see that again up close and in slow motion

  • And now we'll go to Youglish for five examples. Choose to make a positive difference

  • A positive difference. The opposite is negativeEvery moment you get to choose will you make  

  • a positive difference. Remain neutral,  a negative difference. Hurt someone or  

  • a community, most people don't actively  choose to make a negative difference,  

  • but a lot of people make no difference at allWhat would it take for you to make a positive  

  • difference in someone's day, or a positive  difference in, say, your local elementary schools

  • Choose to make a positive difference. Here's another example

  • And there were some very positive, you  know, benefits that came out of that

  • Very positive benefits. You do one thingand these other great things happen.  

  • These other useful things happen. And there was some very positive,  

  • you know, benefits that came out of that. Here's another example

  • For the most part, this is a positive thing. This is a positive thing.  

  • This is overall good, useful, desirable

  • For the most part, this is a positive thing. Another example

  • Can a person test negative and then  later test positive for Covid-19? 

  • Testing positive for Covid-19, that is you  take the test and the results show that  

  • it is certain that you do have Covid-19. Can a person test negative and then later  

  • test positive for Covid-19? Our last example

  • Hey, just be positive, we're  gonna get through this.

  • Just be positive. This is about your  mindset. How you choose to see the world  

  • and approach things. Can you still be positive  even when times are tough, even when life is hard?  

  • That might make it easier to get through it. Hey just be positive,  

  • we're gonna get through this. Our last word today is SECURITY with a flap T.  

  • Security. It's a noun, the state of beingprotected or safe from harm. Things done  

  • to make people or places safe. Going through  airport security usually takes about 45 minutes.  

  • Let's see it again up close and in slow motion. And now we'll go to Youglish for five examples.

  • You see, our national security is  dependent upon our food security

  • National security. As a nation, how safe  are we? How safe for our food sources

  • You see, our national security is  dependent upon our food security

  • Here's another example. Well, if you imagine that I was keeping, you know,  

  • 50 billion dollars worth of stuff on a big Google  spreadsheet, we might have some security concerns

  • Security concerns. Is that a safe way to keep that  information? Or could it get into the wrong hands

  • Well, if you imagine that I was keeping, you know,  50 billion dollars worth of stuff on a big Google  

  • spreadsheet, we might have some security concerns. Here's another example

  • And the kid was drinking it and a security  guard spotted it and called the police

  • A security guard. Someone hired  to keep a building or place safe

  • And the kid was drinking it and a security  guard spotted it and called the police

  • Another example. So we now have 24-hour  

  • security and surveillance of our vehicles. 24-hour security. This could mean an alarm  

  • that would go off if the cars are broken into  or damaged, along with surveillance. Someone  

  • monitoring visually either by being there  or watching through a camera and screen

  • So we now have 24-hour security  and surveillance of our vehicles

  • Our last example. The money is more than just money, it's security

  • More than just money. It's security. Having  money makes people feel secure, feel safe,  

  • and protected, because they know if something  happens, they might be able to fix it with money.  

  • For example, if you lose your jobbut you have a big savings, that will  

  • be less stressful. You'll feel less worried  about paying your rent, feeding your family,  

  • and so on. You'll feel more safe and secure. The money is more than just money, it's security.

  • Seeing their real-life examples can really help  you understand how to use these words, can't it?  

  • I have a challenge for you now. Make  up a sentence with one of these words,  

  • and post it to social media, tag me, and use  the hashtag #rachelsenglish30daychallenge  

  • Don't be shy, you can do this. Our  next video comes out tomorrow at 10AM  

  • Philadelphia time, come back to learn four  more vocabulary words. In the meantime,  

  • keep your studies going with this video, and check  out my online courses at rachelsenglishacademy.com  

  • You'll become a more confident English  speaker. And please do remember to subscribe.  

  • I love being your English teacher. That's it  and thanks so much for using Rachel's English.

It's day 28. We're down to our last three days  of this incredible 30 Day English Vocabulary  

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