Today’s Word: monotonous

January 3, 2017          =========

☆  monotonous         変化のない


Something that is monotonous is very boring because it has a regular, repeated pattern, which never changes. We usually use monotonous to talk about jobs, such as factory work or routine office work. However, it could also be related to your goals. For example, do you have an English goal this year? Is it the same or different from last year?

Most people have the goal of wanting to “speak better English” (or something like that), but if you have that goal, year after year, it will be monotonous for sure! If your goal is the same as last year, try to think of a different English goal – even just a small one – so long as it’s a little bit different and a little bit challenging for you! Come and tell me what your non-monotonous goal is on the English Now! Facebook page.