Fun & Easy Way to Learn English Vocabulary: ACCOMPANY – Pronunciation, Definition & Example Sentences

What does “accompany” mean? How to pronounce “accompany” in English? What’s the fast, easy and fun way to learn the word “accompany” that you would use in a conversation? In this English vocabulary lesson, the meaning of “accompany” is explained clearly in simple language. The example sentences and carefully chosen pictures make it easier for you to understand the word “accompany” in context and learn how to use the word “accompany” accurately in daily English conversation.

 

accompany

American English  /əˈkʌmpəni/ 

      British English  /əˈkʌmpəni/ 

 

VERB (accompanies, accompanying, accompanied)

def. 1   If you accompany someone, you go somewhere with them.

e.g.      The teacher accompanied the children on the field trip.

The teacher accompanied the children on the field trip. Fun & Easy Way to Learn English Vocabulary - Accompany - Pronunciation, Definition & Example Sentences - Free English Lessons, ESL Classes

 

e.g.    The groups are always accompanied by an experienced mountain guide.

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e.g.     Children must be accompanied by an adult.

Children must be accompanied by an adult. Fun & Easy Way to Learn English Vocabulary - Accompany - Pronunciation, Definition & Example Sentences - Free Online English Lessons, ESL Lessons

 

e.g.     Two teachers accompanied the class on their skiing holiday.

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def. 2   If one thing accompanies another, it happens or exists at the same time, or as a result of it.

e.g.      Thunder is usually accompanied by lightning.

Thunder is usually accompanied by lightning. Fun & Easy Way to Learn English Vocabulary - Accompany - Pronunciation, Definition & Example Sentences - Best English Vocabulary Lessons, ESL Classes

 

e.g.     A sore throat may be accompanied by fever.

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e.g.     Strong winds are often accompanied by heavy rain.

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def. 3   If you accompany a singer or a musician, you play one part of a piece of music while they sing or play the main tune.

e.g.      Sandra sang and Josh accompanied her on the piano.

Sandra sang and Josh accompanied her on the piano. Fun & Easy Way to Learn English Vocabulary - Accompany - Pronunciation, Definition & Example Sentences - Free English Lessons, ESL Lessons

 

VERB FORMS – ACCOMPANY

present simple

I / you / we / they                               accompany

                                                        American English /əˈkʌmpəni/

                                                        British English /əˈkʌmpəni/

he / she / it                                       accompanies

                                                        American English /əˈkʌmpəniz/

                                                        British English /əˈkʌmpəniz/

past simple, past participle             accompanied

                                                        American English /əˈkʌmpənid/

                                                        British English /əˈkʌmpənid/

-ing form                                          accompanying

                                                        American English /əˈkʌmpəniɪŋ/

                                                        British English /əˈkʌmpəniɪŋ/

 

Fun & Easy Way to Learn English Vocabulary: ACCOMPLISH – Pronunciation, Definition & Example Sentences