Vocab-ability–156 (nav, naut = ship) – A More Powerful Vocabulary (earn UpVotes with “Vocab Practice” exercise)

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MY VOCAB PRACTICE

  1. Navigate: The country boy struggled to navigate the concrete maze of roads and highways to make it to San Francisco.
  2. Circumnavigate: One lazy afternoon in the library, the kid, day dreaming, circumnavigated the globe in the reference section.
  3. Naval: The name "Maritime Academy" has a more stylish ring to it than "Naval Academy."
  4. Nautical: Having lived his entire life with saltwater spray wet on his clothes, the boatswain personified everything nautical in the imagination of his son.
  5. Astronaut: Humans weren't the first astronauts in our solar system, astroids and meteoroids came before us.
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Good work!

And I love the story of the global circumnavigator!

MY VOCAB PRACTICE

  1. Navigate
    Modern smartphone GPS services are a great aid to navigation for travelers.
  2. Circumnavigate
    The ship altered course to circumnavigate the Bermuda Triangle.
  3. Naval
    Today Sen. John McCain is being buried at the U.S. Naval academy in Annapolis, MD.
  4. Nautical
    If nautical nonsense be something you wish... Spongebob Squarepants!
  5. Astronaut
    In honor of Flag Day, astronaut Buzz Aldrin tweeted the famous photo of himself saluting the American flag on the moon.

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Good work!

MY VOCAB PRACTICE

  1. Before we had drones, merchandise used to navigate to consumers via planes and ships.
  2. Do you think we can circumnavigate the world in a month?
  3. Have you seen all of the destroyer class ships at the naval museum?
  4. His polo shirt had anchors, sails and other nautical things on it.
  5. The first mammal astronaut from earth was not a human.
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Good work!

MY VOCAB PRACTICE

  1. It was difficult to navigate the sailboat without oars or wind.
  2. Christopher Columbus tried to circumnavigate the globe, but landed in the Eastern Americas instead.
  3. We sail past the West Point Naval academy every time we travel down the river.
  4. A nautical mile is 1,852 meters.
  5. Did you know the only human astronauts that have ever claimed to have been to the moon are all from the United States?
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Good work!

MY VOCAB PRACTICE

  1. The captain of the naval ship was very friendly.

  2. The ship navigated very easily in the sea when the wave had subsided.

  3. Only experience sailors are able to circumnavigate the world.

  4. My son dreams of becoming an astronaut.

  5. The nautical compass of the ship was faulty

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MY VOCAB PRACTICE

  1. Navigate
    In my experience, a road atlas is more accurate than GPS, especially when navigating remote European villages.
  2. Circumnavigate
    Circumnavigating the world in a wooden ship had to be a crazy experience.
  3. Naval
    The naval ensign is a flag that announces a ship's nationality.
  4. Nautical
    Nautical knots are design to withstand the rigors of ocean travel.
  5. Astronaut
    Astronauts receive underwater training to simulate working in space.
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Good work!

MY VOCAB PRACTICE

  1. Navigate
    We navigated to Abuja on a yacht, that was indeed a pleasurable experience
  2. Circumnavigate
    It's highly likely that Davy Jones had Circumnavigated the world before he died at sea
  3. Naval
    Davis is fine naval officer, one of our best
  4. Nautical
    The captain tried reading the nautical charts to know where the radio signal was transmitted from
  5. Astronaut
    The astronauts sent a message from space, concerning the experiment they were carrying out
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MY VOCAB PRACTICE

  1. How about if you drive and I navigate?
  2. The ship circumnavigated the world.
  3. Within the yard there are extensive naval stores and barracks.
  4. He assisted in the preparation of the American Nautical Almanac for 1857.
  5. Tom and Mary both wanted to be astronauts.
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Good work!

MY VOCAB PRACTICE

1.- Navigate: when I navigate in your arms, I was happy

2.- Circumnavigation: I've cinnave the world every time I kiss you

3.- Naval: the naval school of my country is very good

4.- Nautical: The tires of my car are the best in the world

5.- Astronaut: I would like to be an astronaut to travel out of this planet

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Good work!

Except for #2 and #4.

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Probably should re-check #2 and #4. #4 had me laughing :)

MY VOCAB PRACTICE

  1. We used a GPS app to navigate the best route to the restaurant.

  2. The sailors goal was to circumnavigate the world before he dies.

  3. It is difficult to train for the naval army.

  4. The woman’s dress has a nice nautical design.

  5. The little girl wanted to grow up to be an astronaut.

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MY VOCAB PRACTICE.

  1. Navigate
    I decided to firstly navigate on the internet before believing what the doctor said.
  2. Circumnavigate
    If I could decided how to spend the rest of my life, that would be by circumnavigating.
  3. Naval
    I've always been scared of water but I won't say no to a naval adventure.
  4. Nautical
    I have a friend who studies at a nautical college because he wants to spend his life on a boat.
  5. Astronaut
    I respect astronauts but that seems way too crazy for me even if I love adrenaline.
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"MY VOCAB PRACTICE"

  1. Navigate:
    I needed a compass to navigate the river Nile.
  2. Circumnavigate:
    I really want to circumnavigate the world just like Vasco Da Gama.
  3. Naval:
    If I was to join the Navy seals I would definitely join the naval.
  4. Nautical:
    I find building of nautical instruments the best engineering.
  5. Astronaut:
    I think one of the qualifications of being an astronaut is to have good skills in aeronautical engineering.
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Good work!

MY VOCAB PRACTICE.
1-Navigate-:I'd need a map to navigate the city.
2-Circumnavigate-:For this year at least,our race to circumnavigate the globe is less than is 80 days is over.
3-Naval:-He took part in a great naval battle.
4-Nautical-:You are looking very nautical in your navy blue sweater.
5-Astronaut-:The rocket boosts the astronaut into space.

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Good work!

MY VOCAB PRACTICE
1. To navigate a ship you must have in depth knowledge of direction and stars.
2. Only brave people dare to circumnavigate the globe.
3.In 19th century the British had strong naval system through which they conquered many countries.
4. The ship is sailing with the speed of 2 nautical per hour.
5.Astronauts are both brave and intelligent people.

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Good work!

MY VOCAB PRACTICE

  1. It's very easy to navigate through a well designed website.

  2. Most international sailors have circumnavigated the world.

  3. The government in my country have just ordered a new nagal ship to strengthen the security of its water ways.

  4. The astronaut took a clearer picture of the moon.

  5. Every sailor must know how to read nautical charts

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Good work!

MY VOCAB PRACTICE

  1. When I was young, my father used to sail the seas with his boat.
  2. His dream was to circumnavigate the world in a whole year.
  3. Currently collecting miniature naval pieces, it has more than 100 ships in its collection.
  4. The place where he wanted to die was only a few nautical miles from his beloved sea.
  5. Currently, the grandson who could not meet wants to be an astronaut and travel the universe.
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Good work!

MY VOCAB PRACTICE

  1. It is easier to navigate through the skies than it is to do so through the oceans.
  2. Ferdinand Magellan led the first expedition to successfully circumnavigate Earth, but he died before making it back home.
  3. The Battle of Fort Sumter was the first naval battle of the American Civil War.
  4. Nautical maps are critical to planning voyages, as they will help show potential hazards along a planned route over water.
  5. Yuri Gagarin was the first astronaut to successfully orbit Earth.
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Good work!

MY VOCAB PRACTICE

1-Navigate
I have never navigate a ship before though am not a sailor
2-Circumnavigate
My biggest dream is before i die is to circumnavigate
3-naval
The naval ship went missing during the war
4-nautical
No matter how worse it may be, you will at least find some nautical stuff in a sailor house
5- astronaut
I considered the astronauts to be fun travelers

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My VOCAB PRACTICE
1-Navigate
Due to wind there was difficulty to navigate the boat.
2-Circumnavigate
I wish I could circumnavigate the world.
3-Naval
My friend joined naval academy.
4-Nautical
Sailor sails hundreds of nautical miles.
5-Astronaut
In past people did not believe about astronauts and astronomy.

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MY VOCAB PRACTICE

  1. Navigate
    Control Station Navigates the Pilot Through out the Flight.
  2. Circumnavigate
    I want to Circumnavigate all alone in the ship.
  3. Naval
    My uncle is a Naval Officer.
  4. Nautical
    I always want to do Nautical journey.
  5. Astronaut
    I want to be an astronaut.
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Good work!

MY VOCAB PRACTICE

  1. Navigate
    Life is such a maze, it's hard to navigate through without getting hurt.

  2. Circumnavigate
    I would like to circumnavigate the globe at least once in my lifetime.

  3. Naval
    The British naval fleet gave one of their vessels to the Nigerian navy.

  4. Nautical
    I can't remember the nautical miles it took us to get to Gibraltar from Los Angeles.

  5. Astronaut
    Isn't it strange how no one knows the second astronaut to get to the moon.

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Good work!

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