Callous – Word Of The Day For IELTS Speaking And Writing
Callous: (Adjective) /ˈkæləs/
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not caring that other people are suffering
Apathetic, Careless, Heartless
Caring, Sensitive, Concerned
For IELTS Speaking:.
“The company showed callous disregard for the safety of their employees.”
“We were shocked at the callous disregard for human life ”
For IELTS Writing:
“The press, in its callous, cynical way, was suspicious of the pro-gram at first and called it pure symbolism.”
Choose the following words to fill in the blank: isolated, topics, classics, dynamic, sole, adapt, couple, prohibits, finite, identical.
- Disney’s early cartoon features are now considered _______________ in the field of animation.
- I’ll be ready in a _______________ of minutes.
- Victoria has enacted a new bylaw which _______________ smoking in all public buildings.
- _______________ twins develop from the equal division of a fertilized egg.
- Our oil and gas reserves are _______________, so we must take steps to develop alternative energy sources.
- The _______________ economy of the U. S. is the envy of the world.
- The murderer’s _________ lack of remorse shocked the jury.
- After the birth of her little brother, Sophie was shocked to find that she was no longer the _______________ object of her parents’ affection.
- It has taken my family a long time to _______________ to the cold of Canada.
- The better your English language skills, the more you are able to talk about difficult _______________.
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