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Daily Video Vocabulary Episode 95 : Impromptu

Sometimes There are certain things that you without any prior planning.
The word impromptu basically means to do something without planning or organizing in advance. Something that you without any rehearsals or preparation, is an impromptu act.
If you take spontaneous decisions or make remarks without thinking too much, you are impromptu. The word impromptu is an adjective as it describes of something done without planning.

The word impromptu is a noun as it means a short piece of instrumental music.
For example, at a school party, children create impromptu trumpets from rolled up sheets of paper. That means, on the spot they decided to do this and had not planned it before.

Example 01 : John was very nervous when his teacher told him to give an impromptu speech in front of the whole class.

Example 02 : Richard made an impromptu decision to fly down home from New York to be with his family on the Christmas eve.

Example 03 : The actress did an impromptu dance step after receiving her award at the function.

Example 04 : To catch them unaware, the Manager of the company called for an impromptu meeting when he had suspected a foul play within the organization.

Example 05 : When Catherine came back from work with the news of her promotion, all her friends came over and they had an impromptu dinner party.

Example 06 : The professor gave an impromptu test to all his students to check if they had been preparing for their upcoming university exams.

Example 07 : Eric took his family on an impromptu holiday to get away from the mechanical routine life.

Example 08 : Michelle told her friend, " My idea of buying a new mobile phone was not impromptu, I did a good research and finally settled for this one."

Example 09 : Kelly had discovered that her favorite rock band had put up a short impromptu gig in her college campus, but was very upset as she couldn't make it.

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