How to Pronounce 'SWASHBUCKLER' - English Pronunciation


In this episode, we cover the pronunciation of the word swashbuckler. This word is a noun and describes a swashbuckling person. The word has been used since the 16th century and is a combination of the words 'swash' and 'buckler'.

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In continuation with the lessons on parts of speech, this chapter highlighted on the use of future tenses. Having been conversant with future simple, future continuous, future perfect tenses and future perfect continuous tenses, I am able to upgrade my knowledge on the ‘to be going’ and ‘going to’ usages which includes application in expression of intention, prediction based on present evidence and expressing decision made before the time of speaking. Therefore, the unit is very important for both teacher and learners alike.