Today’s word is: viable –The meaning of viable is: capable of working successfully, feasible, able to work as intended or able to succeed.
In this English vocabulary lesson, you will learn how to use the word viable. We are sure that this ESL lesson will help you to enhance your English vocabulary and speak English fluently and confidently.
In an organization, an internal committee often invites suggestions from employees for improving work efficiency and overall performance. After receiving the suggestions, the management decides about implementing viable suggestions.
Listen carefully on how we can use the word viable in 8 different situations in 8 different sentences.
Example number 1 of 8: The local citizens protested (complained) against cutting of trees for constructing a road which was going to pass through a forest. The project manager held several meetings with the locals and finalized a viable solution.
Example number 2 of 8: The toy manufacturing company received a huge order for exports. The deadline for dispatching the products was just a month away. So the General Manager asked the production supervisor to check the viability of speeding up the production.
Example number 3 of 8: Viraj had to choose between appearing for his history paper or participating in a running competition. Finally, he selected the viable option of appearing for his test.
Example number 4 of 8: The extent of globalization is increasing. As a result, the demand for flights is also increasing. However, before starting the flights, airlines must check whether the operations are commercially viable. In other words, the operations must be profitable.
Example number 5 of 8: Mr. Divekar is the Head of the department for English in a vernacular medium school. He observed that many students lacked the confidence to speak in English. He took suggestions from teachers and came up with a viable strategy for improving their English.
Example number 6 of 8: Do you think it is viable to study for an examination at the last minute and yet score good marks? Garry made this mistake of believing that he could do it. He did not study throughout the year and prepared at the last minute. Well, this did not work and he failed in that subject.
Example number 7 of 8: The shipment of a particular raw material from another country got delayed and this, in turn, affected the production schedule of MP chemicals Ltd. The MD of the company called a meeting of the production team and asked them to identify a viable solution.
Example number 8 of 8: When the technology of using solar energy launched, some people did not consider it to be viable due to its high cost. But, today, it is being implemented on a mega scale across the globe as a clean source of energy.
Today we learned the word viable which means capable of working successfully, feasible, able to work as intended or able to succeed. Can you frame 3 sentences with viable and type in the comments box? We are waiting.
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