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3 Apr 2016 —  Proud

 

How would you use "proud"?

 

Boy feeling successful.

I'm really proud of him for completing the Hour of Code lesson.

Select  multiple options

 

1.

I'm really proud of him for completing the Hour of Code lesson.

2.

I'm really proud of myself for completing the Hour of Code lesson.

3.

I really admire him for completing the Hour of Code lesson.

Glossary

proud (Adj)

  1. feeling pleasure or satisfaction over something regarded as highly honorable or creditable to oneself.
  2. having, proceeding from, or showing a high opinion of one's own dignity, importance, or superiority.
  3. having or showing self-respect or self-esteem.
  4. highly gratifying to the feelings or self-esteem.
  5. highly honorable or creditable.
  6. stately, majestic, or magnificent.
  7. of lofty dignity or distinction.

admire (synonyms for)

Image

Children celebrating a win on a computer game,  by StartupStockPhotos, Pixabay. 14 Mar 2014, pixabay.com/en/children-win-success-video-game-593313. Accessed 3 Apr 2016. Licensed under CC0. Cropped and resized.