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What makes people want to follow a leader? Well, any satisfactory answer to that question would likely include one or both of today's words!

Today's Lesson
ADMIRE (v.) / RESPECT (v.) (n.)


  • To admire or respect someone or something is to have a high opinion of or a great appreciation of that person (for their abilities, accomplishments, etc.) or thing.

    The noun forms of these words are admiration and respect.
  • admirerespect は、いずれも、人(の能力や業績)やものを高く評価する、という意味です。

    名詞形は、それぞれ admiration (賞賛) respect (尊敬) です。


  1. It's an honor to meet you. I've always admired your work.
  2. I really admire successful people who have strong moral and ethical values.
  3. He's had a hard time since joining the company, but he's never let it get him down. You have to admire him for that.
  4. Gary and his business partner share a mutual admiration for each other's talents.
  5. a: Who is the person you most respect?
    b: My father.
  6. I respect him for his courage. He's not one to stand back and play it safe, is he?
  7. I think I speak for everyone when I say that I have the greatest respect for Kevin's strong leadership. He helped transform this organization into one of the most respected environmental advocacy groups in the country.

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