Tutoring English, new words are always interesting. The tutor mentions mien. mien (noun): non-verbal behaviour, or even appearance, not necessarily intentional, that suggests a person’s mood, personality, or even background. During recitals, the pianist’s mien indicated she loved performing. Source: …

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More self-tutoring: the tutor shares a term he discovered today. pomologist (noun): one engaged in pomology, which is the science occupied with fruit itself, and/or its production. Source: modernfarmer.com www.collinsdictionary.com www.w3schools.com Jack of Oracle Tutoring by Jack and Diane, Campbell …

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Tutoring English, unfamiliar, two-syllable words are always great finds. The tutor shares parlous. I thought parlous would be related to talking, but it’s not at all. parlous: dangerous; risky She views cliff-jumping as a parlous activity. Source: Merriam-Webster. The Merriam-Webster …

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