April 22nd: Meeting Highlights – Word Of The Day

Betty Nebelsky (DTM), the grammarian, introduced the Word of the Day: imperative—an adjective meaning very important, urgent, not to be avoided or evaded.

Imperative made an impact on the speakers as many of them made use of it during their speeches.

We also heard some unique and sparkling expressions:

  • “It’s imperative to buy the right toilet,” James Noh said.
  • “Keep the smoking down,” Jamel Wong stated.
  • “I am not allowed to drive, so I don’t pollute,” Dawer asserted.

Well-done speakers and grammarian!

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