This week's topic is: Video games
Some sample vocabulary/sentences from this lesson:
incredulity: (n.) unwilling to admit or accept what is offered as true
clipping: (n.) something that cut out of something else (in this case: from a newspaper)
escapism: (n.) a habit of distracting the brain with imagination to escape from reality
devotedly: (adv.) in an extremely loving or loyal way.
decompress: (v.) to release from pressure, especially by relaxing.
predominantly: (adv.) for the mose part; mainly
bafflingly: (adv.) confusingly
sinister: (adj.) very evil or productive of evil
alarmist: (n./adj.) creating needless worry or panic
be on the sharp end of (something): (idiom Br.E) to experience the worse effects of something
Beano: (n.) a long running children’s comic magazine
furrow (one’s) brows: (v.) to move your eyebrows in a way that shows annoyance, concern or confusion
sodding: (adj. Br.E) used for emphasis to express frustration or anger
nerve-shredding: (adj.) typically means suspenseful (in this case: irritating or exhausting)
insidious: (adj.) causing harm in a way that is gradual or not easily noticed.