Word of the Week
Meaning to be ready to attack or likely to attack or confront in a very forceful way.
Example of using it in a sentence "He was asked to leave his last school because his uncooperative and aggressive attitude towards the pupils."
The root word comes from the Latin meaning to attack.
The root word comes from the Latin with the prefix meaning to add, adding to the attack with force. We have added ‘gg’ and added ‘ss’ in this word, make sure you put both in.
Spelling tip: we are going to learn this word like this.
Ag + gr + e + ss + ive