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Educate…

“Educate” — (/EH-dʒə-kay[t]/ – /ˈɛ.dʒə.ke[t]/) [dynamic verb]…

Definition:  “(to) Educate (one’s self or an other) is to provide or procure information upon any subject — either passively or actively — for the sake of expanding one’s comprehension — and thus — over-all knowledge of either a particular subject or all possible subjects, generally.”

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“If you want to succeed on The TOEFL Exam, you need to Educate yourself.
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Educated…

“Educated” — (/EH-dʒə-kay-dih[d]/ – /ˈɛ.dʒə.ke.ɾə(ɪ)[ɾ]/) [past participle]…

Usage:  “The word Educate in the Past Participle form is used to refer to an action which has happened and was completed in the past — and which has an Adjectival nature on the character or quality of some nounabstract or concrete.

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It CAN be used as a Past-Tense Dynamic Verb — but the word “Educate” is not-often used in this way.  It is usually used to say what has happened TO someone — rather than to say what someone has DONE to another.

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“I educated her on the finer points of grammar.”  —  Grammatically Correct, but not Commonly Used

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“She was educated on the finer points of grammar”   —  better
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Educating…

“Educating” — (/EH-dʒə-kay-ding/ – /ˈɛ.dʒə.ke.ɾɪŋ/) [present participle]…

Usage:  “The word Educate in the Present Participle form is used to refer to an action which is presently happening — or (when used in-reference to a time in the past or the future) an action that was or will-be happening; in action; not finished.

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“you are reading this explanation.”  —  Present

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“I was skateboarding all night long”   —  Past

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“I will be having lots of fun”   —  Future

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Education…

“Education” — (/EH-dʒə-kay-shihn/ – /ˈɛ.dʒə.ke.ʃə(ɪ)n/) [abstract noun]…

Definition:  “The word Education is used to refer to the result of having been educated, or simply the subject of educating others, broadly.”

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“I have not received a formal Education.  I have taken on the responsibility of Educating myself.
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Educational…

“Educational” — (/EH-dʒə-kay-shihn/ – /ˈɛ.dʒə.ke.ʃə(ɪ)n/) [adjective]…

Usage:  “The word Educational is used to refer to anything which is informing enough that it adds to one’s own Education.”

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“Very little of what was taught in the 12 years that I was in public school could, IN ANY WAY, be considered Educational.
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Educator…

“Educator” — (/EH-dʒə-kay-d’r/ – /ˈɛ.dʒə.ke.ɾɹ/) [concrete noun]…

Definition:  “The word Educator — with the “-or” suffix — is used to refer to a person who is (supposed to be) the provider of Education.”

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“Being an Educator is something that I was always destined to be.”
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Why This Is Both “Word-Transformation”
AND “Level-Checking” TOEFL Vocabulary?

The Word “Education” and all of it’s transformations fit into both categories because:  Well it is “Word-Transformation” for obvious reasons…  But it is “Level-Checking TOEFL Vocabulary” because you will ABSOLUTELY be expected to know all of these words by the time you enter into university.  And therefore — you are expected to know them before you take The TOEFL Exam.

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Notice!
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I Know This…  Because I Created It  😀
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Remember!
  —  If there are any words or phrases in these posts that you do not know – then look them up!  Although you do not need to waste time memorizing long lists of Vocabulary before taking The TOEFL Exam — it is always a good idea to look-up words that you do not know.  Even if you think you know them — you may be surprised!  So, if you see a word that you think that you “know” but can’t actually define or explain…  Then Look It Up!  I suggest Wikitionary.com.
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And If You Have Any Questions — Feel Free To Ask!
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