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Word of the Day - Scapegoat

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Welcome to the Word of the Day session๐Ÿ˜ƒ๐Ÿ˜ƒ

Before knowing word of the day, all should have gotten the primary knowledge of importance of this session. Word of the day is the baby step of English learning journey. The first and foremost tip to speak English is thinking in English. But the problem with most of us lies here. When we try to think in English we couldn’t find many words. Because the vocabulary content stored in our brain is very limited. To broaden vocabulary content we have to learn at least 1 new word daily. That why I incorporate this session in my blog. 

With this we dive right into today’s word.๐Ÿ‘‡ 

Scapegoat


Meaning :
  • False victim (เฎชเฎฒிเฎ•เฎŸா)
Definition :
  • Person who is blamed or punished by all for something wrong that he hasn't done.

Verb 1

Scapegoat

Verb 2

Scapegoated

Verb 3

Scapegoated

+ S

Scapegoats

+ ing

Scapegoating

Noun

Scapegoat


Example sentence :
  • My younger brother has always been a scapegoat, since he was the youngest one.
  • He has good scapegoat for all that had been going wrong in future.
  • I have been made a scapegoat for my sister's mess.
  • Those who don't have a proper solution to solve problem are really in need of scapegoat.
  • Stay away form them. Otherwise they will make you scapegoat.
Other Words :
  • Victim
  • Fall guy
  • Patsy
  • Whipping boy
  • Fool
  • Gull
Conversation :
Conversation between 2 brothers and mom

(2 brothers were playing. Suddenly elder brother hit the glass jar and it was broken. Mom came there by hearing the glass jar broken sound)

Mom : What is this ? Who have done this ?
Younger one : It's brother.
Elder one : No... It's him.
Younger one : No... He is Lying.
Elder one : No mom... He only hit the jar while playing.
(Mom scolds him and left the place)
Younger one : I hate you... You're always making me scapegoat for what you've done.
Elder one : Okay.. I'm sorry.
Younger one : No I don't wanna talk to you anymore.
Elder one : ๐Ÿ˜”๐Ÿ˜”

Quote of the Day :

Unintelligent people always look for a scapegoat.
                                          - Ernest Bevin 
Quote of the day

I hope you will add this word in your daily sentences. Because it’s very much important to use those words that you’ve learnt daily than learn those words. Otherwise you would end up losing it from your memory. So make sure you keep on remember this word. 

Never fail to use today’s word Scapegoat ๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’™

Keep smiling ๐Ÿ˜ƒ๐Ÿ˜ƒ

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