How to Pronounce 'PUNDIT' - English Pronunciation

 

In this episode, we cover the pronunciation of the word pundit. This word is a noun and refers to an expert in a particular field who is often consulted by others. Suitable synonyms for pundit include expert or specialist. The word has found itself into the English language from the Sanskrit word 'pa??ita' meaning ‘learned man'.


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Overall, i have learnt zero to all conditionals and how important it is, as a native to be honest i have been saying these as i speak on a daily basis, however now that i think of it , sometimes when i speak , i dont use this conditionals and it is more native/slang? . I think this is a good structure for learners to use however it wouldnt sound natural.Unit eighteen is about modals, phrasal verbs, and the passive voice. None of these topics are easy to teach. Modals are more or less the easiest part, but when it comes to phrasal verbs I think it is really important that these are thought in a natural way. As a teacher, you should use them during classes and try to let the students use them naturally.