*cough* except words were meant to initiate conversation to transfer information from one individual to the next, and women are just as capable to do so as men, and I know both males and females who stumble over two syllable words as well as those who can write full blown novels, so down with the patriarchy and up with the equality please.

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A Little Cheat Sheet To Avoid Using The Word ‘Very’ -- Picture from the movie 'The Dead Poets Society' I'm watching this movie in my English class and I love it!

Writing tips - alternatives to very

ADJECTIVES

45 ways to avoid using the word 'very' - Writers Write (not for kids, but a helpful vocabulary guide for older school students)

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Do You Have What It Takes to Be CEO? [INFOGRAPHIC]

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Things That Bill Gates Invented | Synonym

Things That Bill Gates Invented | Synonym

Pinchbeck   PRONUNCIATION: (PINCH-bek)   MEANING: adjective: Counterfeit or spurious. noun: An alloy of zinc and copper, used as imitation gold in jewelry.   ETYMOLOGY: After watchmaker Christopher Pinchbeck (1670-1732), who invented it. It’s ironic that today his name is a synonym for something counterfeit, but in his time his fame was worldwide, not only as the inventor of this curious alloy, but also as a maker of musical clocks and orreries. The composition of this gold-like alloy was a…

Pinchbeck PRONUNCIATION: (PINCH-bek) MEANING: adjective: Counterfeit or spurious. noun: An alloy of zinc and copper, used as imitation gold in jewelry. ETYMOLOGY: After watchmaker Christopher Pinchbeck (1670-1732), who invented it. It’s ironic that today his name is a synonym for something counterfeit, but in his time his fame was worldwide, not only as the inventor of this curious alloy, but also as a maker of musical clocks and orreries. The composition of this gold-like alloy was a…

Of all the most amazing things ever invented, beer is most definitely in our Top 3 (along with women and the iPad).  While we’ve dabbled in beers that have hovered around 10% alcohol by volume, tho...

The World’s Strongest Beers

Of all the most amazing things ever invented, beer is most definitely in our Top 3 (along with women and the iPad). While we’ve dabbled in beers that have hovered around 10% alcohol by volume, tho...

This worksheet consists of differerent exercises dealing with some English words which can be easily confused ( the topics are: clothes, sports, money...) Key is given. - ESL worksheets

This worksheet consists of differerent exercises dealing with some English words which can be easily confused ( the topics are: clothes, sports, money.

Le premier outil de l’apprenti auteur est le mot. Avoir beaucoup de vocabulaire vous permet de décrire facilement les histoires qui se passent dans votre tête. Le flot de vos idées ne sera plus int…

Le premier outil de l’apprenti auteur est le mot. Avoir beaucoup de vocabulaire vous permet de décrire facilement les histoires qui se passent dans votre tête. Le flot de vos idées ne sera plus int…

Western Painting - Art Brut - Beyond Boundaries  Art Brut-History  Jean Dubuffet (1901-1985), a French painter and sculptor, invented the word Art Brut, which means 'Rough Art' or 'Raw Art.' 'Outsider Art' is the English synonym for Art Brut, devised by an art critic Roger Cardinal, in 1972.

Art Brut – Die “rohe” Kunst

Western Painting - Art Brut - Beyond Boundaries Art Brut-History Jean Dubuffet (1901-1985), a French painter and sculptor, invented the word Art Brut, which means 'Rough Art' or 'Raw Art.' 'Outsider Art' is the English synonym for Art Brut, devised by an art critic Roger Cardinal, in 1972.

HANGRY: a state of anger caused by lack of food; hunger causing a negative change in emotional state!

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hangry: a state of anger caused by lack of food (i'm def no fun when i'm hangry!) This is funny, i thought this only used with my Family!

Download this freebie. This is an engaging way to teach VERBS! I invented this game as a way to spruce up the ol' "I Have, Who Has" game. I always found that my students lost interest quickly as soon as their card was read ...so I was inspired to create my Spot It and Steal It games.

This is an engaging way to teach VERBS! My Spot It and Steal It games keep all players engaged of the time. Once a card is read, all players are on the

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