Prohibit – Word Of The Day For IELTS Speaking And Writing
Prohibit: (Verb) /prəˈhɪb.ɪt/
to say that an action is illegal or not allowed.
Ban, Forbid, Block, Outlaw
For IELTS Speaking:
“California law prohibits housing discrimination based on marital status.”
“Army regulations prohibit public displays of affection by soldiers, and private hideaways are hard to come by.
For IELTS Writing:
“Finally, some states prohibit superintendents from participation in a bargaining unit with teachers.”
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- The Earth is a _______________ planet which has been forever changing throughout time.
People in this generation need to be able to _______________ to change quickly because of the dynamic nature of technological change in modern society.
I like to remind my ESL students that the vocabulary we learn is never _______________: there is always another meaning, another part of speech, another thing we can learn from a new word.
The genetic material of humans and chimpanzees is 98% _______________.
Fatima and Oscar make a lovely _______________.
There are over 200 satellites orbiting Earth _______________ for the purpose of private communications services, such as pagers, telephones, and computers.
Beach fires are _______________ during the summer months due to the fire hazard.
He injured himself while hiking in an _______________ area of the province and died because he couldn’t get the proper medical care in time.
American bartenders say they hear more complaints about work than any other _______________.
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