How to Pronounce 'INVEIGLE' - English Pronunciation

 

In this episode, we cover the pronunciation of the word inveigle. This word is used as a verb and refers to the action of persuading someone to do something through flattery or deception. The word comes from aveugler in Old French meaning ‘to blind’.


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What I learnt from the unit is that grammar can be confusing for both the teacher and the learner,↵And the teacher should have a minimum of knowledge about different parts of speech and shouldn’t be focusing on learning everything because he can’t, no harm of referring to grammar resources once in a while to gain the trust of the learner. ↵The newest part I learned is Prepositions and I hope that the rest of the course contain further inforamtion because I like the way it’s presented here, it makes it easy to understand.↵