This is a “best of” post from a previous post on our blog…
We often talk about a “groundbreaking study” or a “groundbreaking invention,” but what does that mean exactly?
Learn how to use “groundbreaking” in English in this quick video from ESLPod.com:
Also, check out the Daily English lesson #88 – Socializing at a Reception that we talk about in this video.
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