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To panic, or not to panic? That is the question

And, while there's no reason yet to panic, I think it only prudent that we make preparations to panic.
panic (verb): feel or make somebody feel sudden uncontrollable fear or anxiety
preparations (noun): something that is done to get ready for an event
prudent (adjective): showing care and thought for the future; wise

What do YOU think?^^


By Josef Essberger for EnglishClub March 2020
Josef started teaching English in 1991 and founded the popular website EnglishClub for learners and teachers in 1997, followed by TEFL.net for teachers in 1998. He is author of several ebooks including English Prepositions List.

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