Hi, guys. Welcome back. This is Manjita and a very, very happy New
Year. A new year starts not from 1st of January,
but from the day you want to change your year! What an amazing thought, isn’t it? And I thought that why don’t I share some
power-packed words with you. Some interesting vocabulary with you, which
helps you score really high in IELTS. And I know a lot of you guys have been asking
me for amazing words, and that’s what I’ve been sharing with you the entire last year. And it will continue this year as well, because
I am so happy to see that you all use the words and give your efforts. You are learning new vocabulary and your scoring
better marks. And I see that in the comments and I am so
happy with that. So today I will be teaching you five important
words. But before that a lot of you asked me that
ma’am from where do you get your vocabulary bank pumped in? You know, how … how… how do you increase
your vocabulary? Because even teachers are learners, right? Each day everybody learns new stuff and I
come and share them with you. So CAMBLY, as you all know, is a powerful
tool. It is an app for everybody who wants to learn
English, who wants to learn new vocabulary. This is the app for you because you have teachers
across the globe. They are from native English speaking countries. You can just call them up any time of the
day depending on their availability and your time zone. And there you are. You have an educator for you teaching your
LIVE. It’s a conversation. Let me show you that. Hey, guys. So you see, right here is Cambly app, I click
onto this app and it opens into a screen which has home tutors and topics. So I click on to tutors and these are the
tutors which I can choose from and let’s see, I will choose Paul and practice English. Hey Paul, Hi, this is Manjita here. Hey, hey, there! I’m good, Paul. That’s great. Paul, can you help me with the meaning of
the word invigorate? Yes, of course I can… invigorate. What it means is to be energized and ready
to go full of action and basically not sitting around doing nothing. Just full of energy and action. I was invigorated after I played in the open
air. Is that correct? Yeah, that is correct. Because you’ve used the word in the right
context and also you’ve used it in the right tense as well, because you said invigorated
because it was in the past. So, that’s very good. Thank you, Paul. That was amazing. Thank you. Nice speaking to you. Bye. So, wasn’t that easy? CAMBLY has a New Year offer for you? You get straight 37 percent off for a three
months package and 52 percent off on the annual package. So don’t wait and grab your discount packages
and let me know what words you’ve learnt. Well, the first word which I want to teach
you today is not a happy one!! OK, so let’s say in IELTS in the speaking
section, in the writing section, you were asked to express grief!! You know, we always talk about happy moments. Let’s say something. The examiner says, tell me a moment which
has impacted you the most. And let’s say, it’s… it’s a sad moment. Right? So you wouldn’t say that I’m very sad or I
was very sad. So instead of the very sad or to show how
deeply impacted you were in the sad situation, you would use the word agonize, agonize. Ok, it basically means extreme pain, torture,
fretting over stuff. Right. Let’s say you’re supposed to describe a death,
a painful divorce or a situation which is really hurting you. So you would say it was an agonizing moment
for me, you know, and this is how you will express your tremendous grief. All right? So, show me, what sentences can you make with
this word agonize. Let’s see the next word… So now we will talk about a situation where
you’re extremely happy, overjoyed, elated, and ecstatic. Right? So, what word would you use? You can use the word jubilant, jubilant ju-bi-lant..
jubilant. So you can say something like, I was jubilant
after scoring my desired band in IELTS. Well, I want you to use this sentence and
I want you to express your happiness in this way and all the very best. And I hope and I know that you will get your
desired band. So keep practicing with me and share this. Do as much as possible. All right. Jubilant. Let’s see our next word. So we did painful situation. We did overjoyed situation. So sad. Happy. The third one. Let’s do confused! The word is muddled. Muddled. It is a time when you get stuck. Things get mixed up. You are confused, muddled. It sort of confusing. I was confused. Use the word muddled. Let’s say if you have to describe a difficult
situation. Right. And how did you come out of it? So you would have to explain the situation. So you would say I was muddled. Or you can say that I got muddled information. I had muddled images. You know, this means? You were quite confused. Things got mixed up. You didn’t know what to do. So you will use the word muddled. All right. That’s interesting, good. Try to use it from today. Let’s see the fourth word. Now, this one is common. I use it a lot. I don’t know if you use it or not, but a lot
of people use it and it’s a beautiful word. We all should use it. The word is decipher. Decipher. Have you heard it before, decipher? It basically means to make sense of something,
to get to the bottom of something, to break it down, to interpret, to understand or basically
make sense of something is what I said. Right. Decipher, decipher. You can say in your IELTS exam something like
I had to decipher the code. I had to decipher the situation. I had to decipher that problem. This means break it down and understand it. You know, decipher. All right. Go ahead and use this exciting word. I love it. Let me know with your sentences. How have you used it? And as I said, CAMBLY is the place where I
usually use my time in understanding the words, chatting with the native English speaking
educators and trying to understand what are the new words I can learn and how can I use
them in my daily walk of life. All right. Let’s move ahead with our last word of the
day. Well, the last word is encapsulate, encapsulate. You would have heard this, right? And if not, then there it is. You’ve learnt it. Amazing! what it basically means is to sum
up. To summarize. To conclude. Encapsulate, encapsulate. So, where would you use it? So let’s say in IELTS there is a topic where
you have to state your opinion. You have to state your stand. Then do you agree with this or you don’t? You know, something like that. So you would then start off with examples,
with illustrations, with supporting points. Everything is said. And at the end, the way I have taught you
is to seal it well, to connect it well, and to conclude it every time. So you would say, Well, to encapsulate I agree
with this point. So, you seal it back! Encapsulate basically means summarizing in
a nutshell, summarizing in a sentence like a quick one. OK. To tell the person what it is. To encapsulate, I support all the efforts
done to stop global warming or to reduce global warming. Right. So to encapsulate I am against domestic violence,
to encapsulate I believe in women empowerment, to encapsulate I believe in gender equality. So, this is how it will be. And all the very best with CAMBLY. Let me know what words you’ve learnt, and
which speaker you’ve spoken to. This is amazing. This is an amazing platform. Go… get your discount. I will see you in the next episode. Let me know how this was! Like, Subscribe, Comment and Share. To encapsulate, share this video as much as
possible. And do not forget, guys, you are my rock star
and you will be a champion soon!!! My champions, I will see you around. OK, bye bye. Take care.