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fetch, fetching

By LAWRENCE FELLOWS To fetch is to go after something and bring it back. Fetching is not quite the same word, although both come to us from variations of the Old English… 51 more words
Verbs

10 Common Adjectives In American And British English

The 10 Most Common Very Common Adjectives

Today’s Grammar lesson also falls into the category of Lexis, as this is providing you with some very helpful  66 more words

English

Adjectives 3: Like and Dislike

In Adjective 2, you learned that you express “like” and “dislike” using すき and きらい, but unlike in English, they are adjectives.

  1. Use them with  です
  2. 209 more words
Vocabulary

Adjectives 2

Do you remember how to use い-adjectives? Their basic form (also called dictionary form/plain form) end with the sound い.

Can you now use them in negative form? 184 more words

Vocabulary

I Am Bad At Standing Up To My Friends

Originally posted on SPEAK OUT Blog on June 1, 2015

Standing up to stigma around mental illness and educating people about it is literally what I do for a living, but that doesn’t mean that I know exactly what to say all the time. 839 more words

Mental Health

Finding Wild by Megan Wagner Lloyd

Finding Wild by Megan Wagner Lloyd; illustrated by Abigail Halpin. 2016. Watercolor, colored pencils, finished digitally.

Brief summary: Two children who are city dwellers take a walk looking for Wild around them. 71 more words

Book Reviews

adopt, adapt, adept

By LAWRENCE FELLOWS
You can adopt a position, an amendment or a child, which means you choose it, embrace it or espouse it, or take it as your own. 66 more words
Verbs