Here is an interesting English word:
It is interesting right away because, somehow, it does not even look
like an English word. In fact, it is a loan word from Greek.
It has a great sound to it; it is pronounced 'koodose'.
It is a way of giving praise or congratulations to someone. Here are
some sample sentences:
Kudos for losing so much weight.
Kudos to Tom for standing up to the office bully.
Lisa deserves kudos for getting a place at Oxford when everyone said
she wouldn't be able to do it.
How can this word help you as an English learner? Listen out for it
and when you feel confident enough, try using it in your own speech.
Your teacher will be impressed!
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