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Let's use this story to explore the word "erratic".
Today's word of the day is 'Erratic'.
The word 'Erratic' is an adjective and can be pronounced as 'uh-ra-tuhk' (/ɪˈrætɪk/).
The meaning of the word is 'something that is erratic does not follow any pattern or plan but happens in a way that is not regular'.
Some synonyms of the word are: 'Abnormal', 'Bizarre' and 'Arbitrary'.
The collocation of the word is: With noun: erratic behaviour
Example: For IELTS Speaking: 1. Often the only striking feature of such a representation is the very erratic behaviour of the observations in relation to time. 2. In his collection of the works of contemporaries Scott’s policy was more erratic.
For IELTS Writing: The results of the rest of the sale were wildly erratic with 36 percent left unsold.
Exercise: Choose the antonyms. unchangeable, constant, irregular, uneven, unexchangeable, unstable
Answers: unchangeable, constant, unexchangeable
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