How to Pronounce 'INGENUOUS' - English Pronunciation


In this episode, we cover the pronunciation of the word "ingenuous". This word refers to an innocent or unsuspecting person or situation. Synonyms of ingenuous include naive, innocent and simple. The origin of the word is from the Latin word "ingenuus" meaning native or freeborn.

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Chapter 7 was yet another chapter that helped me better grasp the "future tense' system: 1. the future simple ( I'll pick you up later) 2. The future continuous ( I'll be getting on the train at five p.m.) 3. The future perfect ( I'll have finished my exams by Monday.) 4. The future perfect continuous ( He'll have been driving for two hours before he reaches Paris) 5. Be going+infinitive (It;s going to rain later 6. The present simple ( The train leaves platform 8 in ten minutes) 7. The present continuous ( I'm meeting her for coffee tomorrow).