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The ending -rupt comes from the Latin verb rumpere, meaning:

If someone interrupts you, what do they do?

If a person is declared bankrupt, what does that mean?

If someone speaks in an abrupt way, what does that mean?

Mount Etna is a large volcano in Sicily, Italy. It often _______________.

Bribery, nepotism, electoral fraud, and misuse of political power are all forms of _____________.

There was an incident in the cinema last night when someone switched off the electricity supply and the film screening was _____________.

The company has lost so much money over the past two years that it is now in danger of going _______________.

The shop assistant was quite rude to me. She spoke so ______________.

Last week's demonstration was meant to be peaceful, but by the end of the day, it had ____________ into violence.

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30 Comments on “Improve your Vocabulary: 6 English words ending in -RUPT”

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80% . Thank you Gill. Excellent excellent lesson!

Thursday, October 24th 2019

100%. Thanks a lot!

Thursday, October 24th 2019

Thank you,Gill.It is very usefull lesson.

Thursday, October 24th 2019

Thank you very much, Gill. Your lesson is very helpful.

Thursday, October 24th 2019

Hi Gill,

immediately after I had watched your lesson, I could hear in a movie (Instinct with Bojana Novakovic and Alan Cumming) in the last episode this expression :

a malware disruption. :-)

DISRUPT (verb) /// DISRUPTION (noun) and

Thanks for your higly interesting lesson.

Friday, October 25th 2019

Thanks Gill, it’s Always quiet and pleasant to have a lesson with you.

Friday, October 25th 2019

It is vey cool!

Friday, October 25th 2019

Thanks, Gill. I loved the lesson.

Friday, October 25th 2019

amazing thank you

Friday, October 25th 2019

Thanks a lot.

Friday, October 25th 2019

Thanks a lot Gill for this useful lesson :)

Friday, October 25th 2019

thanks, Ms. Gill this lesson is so helpful

Friday, October 25th 2019

Thank you so much Gill!!!

Saturday, October 26th 2019

tonight i was erupted so i got 10/10, i have study English constantly and although busy of my business but i don’t disrupt my learing English. however sometime i still spoke in a rather abrupt way because i don’t have enough vocabulary. i always avoid interrupt when they are speaking. I’m not a political so i don’t understand about corrupting. Thank Gill

Saturday, October 26th 2019

    Hi Nguyen,

    I have read your nice comment you made certainly with a lot of effort.

    If you dont get offended, I will have some questions to you :

    You have written, you were ERUPTED. What do you mean with this ? Because the verb ERUPT has this meanings : 1. if fighting, violence, noise etc erupts, it starts suddenly , 2.if a volcano erupts, it explodes and sends smoke, fire, and rock into the sky. None of them is OK in your sentence.

    DISRUPT can be used only if the interruption is connected with a problem. I think you used the word incorrectly. It should be INTERRUPT.

    Nice day,

    Friday, November 1st 2019

Thank you Ms.Gill, each lesson is important to improve our vocabulary and understanding the speachs where these words are used.

Sunday, October 27th 2019

very interesting! learnt in a new way with details. It would help me a lot to improve my skills in English. Thanks a lot Gill :)

Monday, October 28th 2019

Thak you so much
I got a lot from this lesson

Saturday, November 2nd 2019

thank you Mrs. Gill. great lesson.

Wednesday, November 6th 2019

Thank you very much Gill for your clear lesson 10 of 10

Thursday, November 21st 2019

80, thanks a lot!

Sunday, December 1st 2019


Wednesday, December 18th 2019

100. Thanks! Nice lesson!

Sunday, January 19th 2020

Thank You Gill 8/10, very good lesson

Wednesday, January 29th 2020

Hi Gill! Very interesting lesson!
I suppose this is a good method to learn a new vocabulary especially for Italians like me.
Can you make a new lesson with other Latin word?
P.s. Rompere is written with o not u 😏

Monday, March 2nd 2020

thank you! 90, learn a lot from your class!

Monday, March 23rd 2020

Your lesson helps me to expand my vocabulary.

Tuesday, May 5th 2020

100%, I’m genius

Tuesday, May 5th 2020

i am grateful about that i am learning from you
thans.after passing alot of test do you’ll have any certificate?

Monday, May 25th 2020

I got all 10.Very thankful for this lesson the explanation is easy to understand.

Monday, June 29th 2020

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