Decisive

Today lets look at some advanced vocabulary, made easy. (EASIER!!! I hope)

decisive adjective – DEE-SAI-SIVE – having the power or quality of deciding.
“Scott is very decisive. He can make big decisions easily.”

If we look at some other vocabulary that come from the word decide.

decide – verb – to solve or conclude a question or a struggle.
“I decided to go to Italy for my vacation this year.”

decision – noun – the act or process of deciding.
“I made a decision. I will go to Italy this year for my vacation.”

So if decisive is a new word for you, looking at the base word can be helpful to understand the meaning.
Remember sweetener?
I hope this is useful!

Which way should I go? I can’t decide!
I am not very decisive 😦

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