[Word For Today] Premiere

Hey, everyone!

Have you been to a movie premiere?

Frankly speaking, I do long for it when the movie, Avengers: Endgame released!

Well, let’s get down to the learning.

Today, we are going to learn a new word——”Premiere”.

Before the learning, let’s read the news headline!

SEE IT: Beyoncé and JAY-Z meet Prince Harry and Meghan Markle at ‘The Lion King’ premiere in London

SEE IT: Beyoncé and JAY-Z meet Prince Harry and Meghan Markle at ‘The Lion King’ premiere in LondonPrince Harry and Meghan Markle met Beyoncé and Jay-Z at “The Lion King” premiere in London on Sunday. (NIKLAS HALLE’N/AFP/Getty Images)

Word For Today:


Translations of premiere in different languages:

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Let’s have a look at how Premiere is used!

1. [N]. the first public performance of a film/movie or play

  • The movie will have its premiere in July.

2. [V]. to perform a play or piece of music or show a film/movie to an audience for the first time; to be performed or shown to an audience for the first time

  • The play was premiered at the Birmingham Rep in 1999.
  • His new movie premieres in New York this week.


Distinguish the meanings of  the following words:

premier, premiere, primary, primeval.

Leave your answers down below and have a nice day!








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  • Primary means most important …premier means first …and primeval means ancient .

  • Premier – important/ principal
    Premiere – the first show
    Primary- chief importance
    Primeval – earliest time

  • Premier
    N) leader of the country
    Adj) most important thing of the particular type

    The first show of film/movie/ play to the audience



    Very ancient

  • Premiere means the first show of a movie.
    Primary means basic or firstly.
    Premier means the head of a state.
    Primeval means existance from the origin.

  • 1-the head
    2-first performance to the public
    3- first in rank or in order
    4- first times (ancient)

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