Why English is Important
Realistically Speaking if YOU are currently learning English in a school, college or institute of further education, you join approximately one billion other people around the world who are engaged in the same pursuit. However, as you try to memorize proper grammar, and try to avoid the mistakes common to most students of English, you may wonder why you are learning the language in the first place. So, why is English important? After Mandarin, English is spoken by more people than any other language, and is the native language of more than 350 million people. More people speak English than those who speak the Arabic and French languages combined. Moreover, English is the international language of diplomacy, business, science, technology, banking, computing, medicine, aviation, UN & NATO armed forces, engineering, tourism, Hollywood films and arguably the best pop and rock music in the world. English has plenty of words to choose from. In fact, an English speaker is offered the biggest vocabulary of any language with a choice of 500,000 to 1,000,000 words (including technical and scientific terms). But don’t panic, most English speakers do very well with a vocabulary of around 20,000 words.
Today' words are : ostentatious and audacious
The word ostentatious is a adjective and means 1. intended to attract notice and impress others
2. of a display that is tawdry or vulgar
EgThe rap singer was known for his ostentatious appearance, including flashy jewelry and gold.
The word audacious is an adjective it means bold, daring, contemptuous.
Eg . The investor is audacious, he is always willing to take risks.