“Burst” means to break open or apart suddenly and violently. Example: He pricked the balloon with a pin and it burst with a loud bang.
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Our irregular verb of the day is “Spell”, which means “to form a word with the letters in the correct order”. “Spelled” and “spelt” are both common forms of the past tense and the past participle of “Spell”.
“Under the radar” means “doing something without other people noticing”. Example: The employee didn’t want his boss to find out that he was looking for another job, so he did all his searching under the radar. Learning English can be fun!