- Do you store valuable information?
- Where do you keep valuable information?
- progress /PROG-res/
- option /OP-shuhn/
- approximately /uh-PROK-suh-mit-lee/
- valuable /VAL-yoo-uh-buhl/
- ordinary /AWR-dn-er-ee/
[noun] – movement to an improved or more developed state, or to a forward position
I’m not making much progress with my English.
[noun] – one thing that can be chosen from a set of possibilities, or the freedom to make a choice
The best option would be to cancel the trip.
[adverb] – close to a particular number or time although not exactly that number or time
The job will take three weeks to complete and will cost approximately $1,000.
[adjective] – valuable information, advice, etc. is very helpful or important
Spinach is a valuable source of iron.
[adjective] – not different or special or unexpected in any way; usual
Her most recent concert visit to the United Kingdom was not ordinary.
True or False:
- Hard drives can take up a lot of space and need to be updated over time.
- Huge amounts of data in small molecules can be stored by using DNA.
- A chip built in Atlanta, Georgia, according to the researchers, might boost current DNA storage methods by a factor of 100.
- GTRI stands for Georgia Tech Research Incorporated.
- GTRI researchers partnered with the University of Washington.
Fill in the blanks:
- The journey took __________ seven hours.
- He was able to provide __________ information to the cops.
- The magazine’s readers expressed a desire for more stories about _________ people.
- We are making slow but steady __________.
- You have the __________ of taking your holiday early.