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5 New Words Part 4

  1. Paradigm - a typical example or pattern of something; a model. Example: "The company's shift towards remote work represents a paradigm change in traditional office culture."

  2. Conundrum - a confusing and difficult problem or question. Example: "Finding a solution to the conundrum of climate change requires global cooperation and innovative strategies."

  3. Eloquent - fluent or persuasive in speaking or writing. Example: "The CEO delivered an eloquent speech that inspired confidence among the employees."

  4. Ubiquitous - present, appearing, or found everywhere. Example: "In today's digital age, smartphones have become ubiquitous, shaping how we communicate and interact."

  5. Serendipity - the occurrence of events by chance in a happy or beneficial way. Example: "Their unexpected encounter at the conference was a stroke of serendipity, leading to a fruitful collaboration."

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