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Gender of nouns in Hebrew

Another thing we need to note about the Hebrew language is that nouns do have genders. In French (my native language) we also have that concept, but I understand that it is harder for English speakers. 246 more words

Learning Project

Orogeny

noun
1. the process of mountain making or upheava   l.

origin
English, 19th century; Greek nouns óros (stem ore-) “mountain, hill” and geny “production, formation”

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Reed's Word of the Day: goal

Definition: the object of a person’s ambition towards which their effort is directed.

Usage: A life without goals takes all the fun out of it. 79 more words

Word Of The Day

To do vs. to-do

Is it to-do or to do? This is something I always have to look up when I’m typing or writing it, so I thought I’d add a reminder here in my blog. 83 more words

Writing

Ort

noun
1. a scrap or morsel of food left at a meal

origin
1400-1450 late Middle English; German ort and early Dutch oorete 

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Noun Photo Shoot

For this photo shoot we were to choose a noun and find pictures that represent the noun. My noun was Places. In this featured image I took a picture of a view from Red Rock Canyon. 149 more words

HS Photography Class

Anamnesis

noun
1. the recollection or remembrance of the past
2. recollection of the Ideas, which the soul had known in a previous existence, especially by means of reasoning (Platonism) 32 more words

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