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#30DaysofEnglish - Day #20

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Hi everyone!

I learned these words:

Assumption (n.): Something that you think is true without having any proof.
He is just making assumptions.

Accurate (adj.): Correct or exact.
The report is not accurate, you need more data.

Reliable (adj.): Able to be trusted or believed.
This tool is the most reliable.

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Hello there

  • Fortune teller
    My aunt came to a fortune teller, she needed more answers about her way
  • Assumption
    My friends assumption that i´m obsessed with The Umbrella Academy, but it´s not true! xD
  • Reliable
    My beste friend, Jessica, it´r very reliable and loyal, I can keep my secrets with her
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Fortune teller: A person who tells you what they think would happen to you in the future.
I went to a market and a fortune-teller told me my future: You will never stop learning… and see me here 😄

assertiveness: confident and forceful behavior.
she has difficulty standing up for herself, even when assertiveness may be warranted

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Hey guys!
Here are the words that I learned:

  • Reliable: (adjective) consistently good in quality or performance; able to be trusted.

    Platzi is a reliable source of information.

    (Noun) a person or thing with trustworthy qualities.

    You are one of the most reliable persons I have met.


  • Fortune teller: A person who tells you what they think would happen to you in the future.

    I don’t believe in fortune tellers and the authenticity of their practice.


  • Assumption: a thing that is accepted as true or as certain to happen, without proof.

    A theory must be based on facts, not on an assumption.


  • Impose: force (something unwelcome or unfamiliar) to be accepted or put in place.

    I do not want to impose strict rules on my children.


  • Accuracy: the quality or state of being correct or precise.

    The mathematician checked the accuracy of her calculations.

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I lerned this words:

  • A fortune teller said I’m going to win the lotery tomorrow.
  • I have the assumption that my dog broke something.
  • His assertiveness is correct, he passed the exam.
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  1. Believe
    I couldn’t believe it.
  2. Thought
    It’s worse than we thought
  3. Trust
    You must trust me
  4. Fortune teller
    I am not a fortune teller 🔮
  5. Assumption
    It is just an assumption
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Believe:
I Believe that my country makes more opportunities to the entrepreneurs
Thought:
My thoughts about education change when I met Platzi
Trust:
I need to Trust in my abilities to learn more.
Fortuneteller:
I never see a Fortuneteller.
Assumption:
I sometimes have assumptions about other persons.

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New words

  • Thought: She’s trying to improve her creative thought with music and books.
  • Assumption: They did an assumption about the final score of the game.
  • Fortune teller: I don’t believe in fortune tellers. I think it’s just assumptions and beliefs.
  • Assertiveness: Study other languages improve your assertiveness to comunicate.
  • Emphasising: He was emphasising his ideas about the importance to learn English.
  • Confident: She feels more confident when talks in public
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Reliable
Someone or something that is reliable can be trusted or believed because he, she, or it works or behaves well in the way you expect.

  • The contact that you gave me, is reliable?

Assumption
something that you accept as true without question or proof

  • Society usually makes wrong assumptions about people, based on how it looks, dress, lives, etc.
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The only two words a recognize were:

  1. Thought
  2. Trust
  • It’s good to learn new things everyday, it helps us to generate new ideas and landing new thoughts.
  • We must trust in education.
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Hello!

I learned these words:

Assumption: Something that you think is true without having any proof.
He lie or so just make assumptions.

Accurate : Exact or clear.
When I speak I don’t usually say the right things, it is not accurate

Assertively :the ability to express our wishes in a kind, frank, open, direct and appropriate way

Assertiveness is the ability to set limits

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Reliable: some to be trusted.
This app is very reliable.

Trust : To belive or someone is good o a honest o is realiable.
My father is a people trust

Fortune teller: A person who tells you what they think would to happend in the future.

My friend is fortune teller

Assumption: when to think some is accepted or true

I assumption what theory is true

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My vocabulary:

1. thought

2. Fortune telle

3. Reliabler

4. Assumption

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Hi!
These podcasts was 😫
I don’t know how to write the words :c

Some words were:

Reliable: To learn is incredible for me to be a reliable person.


Fortune teller: I have never seen a fortune teller, and I don’t care about it. 😋


Assumption: People like to do assumptions about all things because it’s feel good.

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fortune teller /ˈfɔːr.tʃuːn ˌtel.ɚ/
A person who tells you what they think will happen to you in the future

  • Ohh god! don’t belive in the fortune teller just believe in yourself, I know you can do it

assumption /əˈsʌmp.ʃən/
something that you accept as true without question

  • He assumption that I will travel without him that makes me feel hungry

Accurate /ˈæk.jɚ.ət/
Clear, correct without mistakes

  • We have an accurate machine

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Assumption: (noun) the thought of that something is true or will happen in the future.
I made the false assumption that I was the only one in his life

Impose: (verb) force someone to do or believe something as you do.
Schools shouldn’t impose the belief on children that the traditional family (mother-father) is the only kind of family there is.

Prejudice: (noun) the previous opinion you have of something or someone, that may cause unreasonable dislikes.
The biggest enemy of humanity is discrimination and prejudice.

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Fortune teller: /ˈfɔːr.tʃuːn ˌtel.ɚ/ a person who tells you what they think will happen to you in the future.
I would like to find an old fortune teller from medium Orient.

Prejudice: /ˈpredʒ.ə.dɪs/ an unfair and unreasonable opinion or feeling, especially when formed without enough thought or knowledge.
We have been evoluting even in prejudice, that we leave them in another point of view.

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Assertiveness
Juan showed assertiveness when he was in the interview.

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The words that I learned this time were:
Thought

  • The thought of kissing him made me go weak at the knees.

Fortune-teller

  • I am not a fortuneteller to know the answer.

Assumption

  • I have a lot of assumptions about this, but I’m not sure.

Assertively

  • You have a good communication when you speak assertively and clearly
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Hi

Well, this podcast was challenging for me. In general, understand the definition for each word was difficult however after listened to it a lot of times I can understand a little more.

  • In the last year in my mind have had a thought that involves learning new technologies
  • I begin a new company with my best friend because are both of trust.
  • We can assumption that the new product is good because overcame all tests
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Hello

Fortune teller
Before you leave, the fortune teller reminds you that the future is never set in stone. 😄 😄

Assumption
I would like to think of an assumption to find out something that I never knew. 🤔🤔

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Only 3 words

Thought
I thought is a good idea this challenge
Impose
I impose my style
Accuracy
the Accuracy of this algorithm is perfect

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- Accuracy: The computer will calculate your position with pinpoint accuracy.
- Impose: The council has imposed a ban on alcohol in the city parks.
- Assumption: People tend to make assumptions about you when you have a disability.

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Hey guys!

I had to look for some words that I was not sure about the right way to write them.
These words were: assumption, assertiveness, and prejudice.

Nice podcast 💚 I have to keep in mind that “words are powerful”

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Hi everyone!
These are words I learned:

  • Thought (noun): I thought that I could do more things on these easter days.
  • Fortune teller (noun): I’ve never gone where a fortune teller for to know my future.
  • Assumption (noun): Asking a question is always better than an assumption.
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Hi!

These are the new words for me:

  • He already knew all the match results, he must be a fortune teller.

  • We are going to prepare the business plan with the assumption of a 20% increase in sales

  • Assertiveness in communication is very important to deliver a clear and positive message to your team

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Day #20
Hey
1.Fortune teller

  • Please tell me what happen, I’m not fortune teller
    2.Assumption
    -Also i can’t do an assumption
    3.Trust
    -The plan is working, just trust me.
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These are my learned words in this podcast.

Reliable: We obtained the information from a reliable source, its name is Platzi.
Assumption: The results confirm the validity of the assumption.
Assertive: My boss decided to be more assertive with that staff.
Trivia: we fill our days with meaningless trivia
Fortune teller: He went to a fortune teller to ask for advice, Is it a good idea?

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The words that I learned with Platzi English Podcast

1. Fortune teller: My aunt went with a fortune teller to know about her future.
2. Assumption: You can have an assumption or a paradigm about a scientific topic.
3. Assertiveness: I need to find the way to be assertiveness when I talk about my life project.

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  • Fortune Teller:
    Most fortune tellers are liars (lol).

Aw, I really liked this episode!

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Hi! I’m learned this words:
Believe: The feeling of believing that something exist our is true.
Trust: To believe that someone is good and honest. Trust is super important in any relationship.
Fortune teller: A person who tells you what they things happen to you in the future.
Assumption: something what you think when you don’t have proof of the events.

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Hello 👋!

The words that I learned were:

  • Fortune teller (noun). /ˈfɔːr.tʃuːn ˌtel.ɚ/ A person who tells you what they think will happen to you in the future
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    I’ve never gone with a fortune teller, because I don’t believe in that
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  • Assertiveness (noun). /əˈsɝː.t̬ɪv.nəs/ the quality of being confident and not frightened to say what you want or believe
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    She was appreciated for her quick mind and assertiveness and for being a key part of the team
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See you soon!

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Hi everyone!
Today I learned the words:
- Assertiveness: Is the ability to expressing thoughts, feelings, and believes in a direct and honest way:
if you want to succeed in your job you have to have many characteristics of assertiveness in communication.
- Fortune teller: **A person who tells you what they think would happen to you in the future
don’t believe in those that think are fortune tellers. You decide how to build your future
-Assumption: something that you accept as true without a question
always ask if you are not sure about something. Assumption could be bad for your carreer