3 Very Difficult English Words; Disturbance | Enthusiastic | Stupidity

Do you know how to use these three words?

As an English teacher, I always see students getting confused about the different forms of words. As a student of Spanish, I have the same problem and I know there are always going to words that I will struggle with. Below are three difficult English words and some variations of how you can use them. I hope it helps. If you want to practise them, write a sentence in the “Comments” section below and I will mark your work. Ben.

1. Disturbance

Verb: I’m sorry to disturb you but there has been a fire and I need your help!
Noun: There has been a disturbance! I need your help!

2. Enthusiastic

Adjective: Ben is a great English student, he is very enthusiastic.
Noun: Ben is a great English student because he shows a lot of enthusiasm for the subject.

3. Stupidity

Adjective: If you make a mistake, I won’t think you are stupid, I just want you to try!
Noun: Stupidity is not a problem in my English class, just try!

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