Word of the Day

Word of the Day- November 19, 2018


(verb) go on board a ship or aircraft

Sentence– Christopher Columbus embarked for India in the fifteenth century.

ii. (verb) begin a course of action

Sentence– Ria left her previous job and embarked on a new career as a teacher.

I could think of many connections with this word. It reminds me of texts in your textbooks too.

  • What does it remind you of?
  • Do you plan to embark on something new in life?
  • Can anybody give a synonym too? It’s rather simple. You use it almost everyday.

Leave your comments below!

Special mention to Videh (class IV- B) for being responsible and coming to me in the break to show me his personal dictionary.

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17 thoughts on “Word of the Day- November 19, 2018”

  1. Dear ma’am,
    The word makes me think of setting out to do something, like a journey.

    I would like to embark on a railway trip across India to learn more about our country.

    My sentence –
    Members of Team Tarini embarked on a sail boat journey around the world.


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  2. Dear ma’am Tarana
    The word embark reminds me of the first story I read, a tale of Grandpa Tales. I have and I will use this word many times in my life. This is my sentence – I will embark to Myanmar in my next vacation.
    Gangesh Verma


  3. Dear,Ma’am Tarana
    I have read the word. It reminds me of the embarkment stamp we get on our passport while travelling to a foreign country.
    Sentence: Ram embarked on his long due trip to London.


  4. Ma’am Tarana
    The group of foreigners embarked on a journey to the northern hemisphere from the southern hemisphere because they kept a bet between their friends that the first group to reach the northern hemisphere would receive $2000 from the competing team.
    Arshia Kashyap
    Class V-D

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  5. Dear ma’am Tarana
    The word embark makes me remember the stories of Arabian Nights.
    My sentence is – Last summer vacation I embarked to Singapore for frisson.
    Thanks ma’am
    Videh Jain
    IV B


  6. Dear ma’am Tarana,
    This word reminds me of the word set sail. I would like to embark on a journey to convince farmers to use organic fertilizers and pesticides. A synonym of embark is set out. My sentence – Aarika will be embarking on a journey to Paris tomorrow after eating her breakfast.

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  7. Maam Tarana ,
    The word embark makes me remember all the movies and storybooks which I once read or watched . Maam my sentence is
    The Wright Brothers embark on December 17 1903 Ma’am this was my sentence from the word embark
    5 A


  8. Maam Tarana ,
    The word embark makes me remember all the movies and storybooks which I once read or watched . Maam , I plan to embark on a new journey or adventure in my future life . I think it’ll be thrilling ! A synonym of embark which we use in our daily life is the word ‘ enter ‘.
    Good evening !
    Your student ,


  9. Dear ma’am Tarana
    The synonym of embark is start. It can be used instead of embark. For eg – I decided to embark on a project this summer. Even if we change it to – I decided to start a project this summer, the meaning will remain the same. I have used the word embark many times before. It reminds me of my science project on food.
    IV B

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