Tutoring English, vocabulary is always interesting. The tutor mentions legitimate. legitimate (verb): to make valid. As a verb, this word means the same as legitimize. Source: Mish, Frederick C. (editor). The Merriam-Webster Dictionary. Springfield: Merriam-Webster, 2004.

Tutoring English, vocabulary is always interesting. The tutor mentions eschew. eschew (verb): to reject or steer clear of. Source: Mish, Frederick C. (editor). The Merriam-Webster Dictionary. Springfield: Merriam-Webster, 2004.

Tutoring English, vocabulary is always interesting. The tutor mentions advent. advent (noun):the entry of something into day-to-day reality. Source: Mish, Frederick C. (editor). Merriam-Webster Dictionary. Springfield: Merriam-Webster, 2004.

Tutoring English, vocabulary is always interesting. The tutor mentions cavil. cavil (verb): to object for silly reasons. Source: Mish, Frederick C. (editor). The Merriam-Webster Dictionary. Springfield: Merriam-Webster, 2004.

Tutoring English, vocabulary is always interesting. The tutor mentions obdurate. obdurate (adj): refusing compromise; unaccommodating to a different point of view. Source: Mish, Frederick C. (editor). Merriam-Webster Dictionary. Springfield: Merriam-Webster, 2004.

Tutoring English, vocabulary is always interesting. The tutor mentions shilly-shally. shilly-shally: to hesitate or delay taking action because of doubt or lack of will. Source: Mish, Frederick C (editor). Merriam-Webster Dictionary. Springfield: Merriam-Webster, 2004.

Tutoring English, vocabulary is always interesting. The tutor mentions exoteric. Exoteric (adj) describes information that’s meant for public consumption. What an organization tells the rest of the world about itself is exoteric. Source: dictionary.cambridge.org