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.