Below you will find the result of a writing prompt / vocabulary exercise. My present inspiration is a wonderful workbook called The Least You Should Know About Vocabulary Building Root Words… 139 more words
Hello everyone! To continue our homonym theme, let’s take a look at this confusing pair of homophones – eradicate and irradicate. You may remember from an earlier post that homophones are words that sound the same, but are spelled differently. 168 more words
Coco is always complaisant when she knows she will be rewarded with a treat for good behavior.
The squirrels were destroying our vegetable garden, but Coco remained complacent, completely unconcerned about what was happening outside. 138 more words
Word Up is a DVD containing ten lessons of common Greek and Latin root words and the English words we derive from them. Each lesson lasts about twelve to fifteen minutes, covers one concept, and presents both the Greek and Latin word base word, and 10 English words that come from each. 222 more words