S E A R C H    f o r    L E S S O N S:



Learn English  
  Blue Level  
  Red Level  
  Yellow Level  
  Green Level  
  Purple Level  
  Orange Level  
  Violet Level  
  Video Lessons  
  American Speech  
  How to Learn  
  U.S. Citizenship  

Tell a Friend  





September 1, 2013 - Word of the Day



The word "absurd" is an adjective that's similar to the words "crazy," "strange," and "bizarre."

  • She said something that was just absurd.
  • That man is behaving in an absurd manner.
  • It's totally absurd to expect us to wait in this line for over three hours.
  • Todd gave some absurd reason for being late to work today.
  • I can't believe you accused me of that. That's absurd.

We often use this adjective to mean that there is a large amount of something:

  • He makes an absurd amount of money as a lawyer.
  • There were so many people at the show it was absurd.
  • An absurd amount of snow fell during the snowstorm.


Click here to learn more words.





Home | Your Teacher | Contact | Privacy Policy | Site Map | Terms Of Use






© 2013 Learn American English Online. All rights reserved.