How to Pronounce 'ULTERIOR'- English Grammar


In this episode, we cover the pronunciation of the word "ulterior". This word is an adjective and used to refer to something that is rather distant or situated far away. It can also indicate something that goes beyond something that is discussed or openly said. The word derives from Latin ulter and was first used in the English language in the 1600s.

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In this unit, I improved my awareness of the different parts of speech and their technical names. I also learnt about word order, in particular for different types of adjectives (size, age, colour, material etc). The unit helped me to solidify my own knowledge of English grammar, in particular with regards to the different types of prepositions.Unit eight delved into the seven most commonly used tenses when referring to future events and activities or predictions. Future simple, future continuous, future perfect, future perfect continuous, be going and infinitive, present simple and present continuous are different ways of grammatically stating something that will happen at some point.