Oblivious – Word Of The Day For IELTS Speaking And Writing
Oblivious: (Adjective) /əˈblɪviəs/
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not knowing about or not noticing something that is happening around you
Unaware, Unconscious, Unconcerned
With adverb: apparently/ so
For IELTS Speaking:.
“He was reading a newspaper, apparently oblivious to the contribution he was making to the traffic chaos.”
“How could a self-styled poet be so oblivious to taste.”
For IELTS Writing:
“The walkers in front crossed the ledge easily, seemingly oblivious to the fact that there was a 3000-foot drop on either side.”
Match the word below to complete these sentences.
obnoxious, virtuous, canopy, oblivious, scruff, extracted
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