Does the statement, I'm too tired to think, qualify as a proper excuse for not coming up with a better sentence?
I used to send my daughters a word a day for them to learn the definition, use it in a meaningful sentence for them (so they would remember that definition), and hope that would enrich their vocabularies in addition to our talks and schoolwork assignments. Apparently, it did because they both scored very high on the English part of the SAT, which is more than vocabulary. Neat blog. Brings back memories.I love words so much I didn't introduce new ones to my kids solely for education. It's an integral part of me to use new words, listen to its sound and swim in the word, so to speak. I still love word games. Do you?-gel
Hi Gel,I remember in junior high my English/spelling teacher gave us vocabulary words to make sentences of. That was my favorite part of the class because I had the freedom to write just about anything (and I generally tried to be funny with them, though it didn't always work). It was a great creative outlet.Oh yes, I love word games. I especially like Jumble and Fill-Ins. Additionally, when I go to my paternal grandmother's house, one of the first things she does is accost me with the daily crossword puzzle to try to help her with the handful of words she hadn't gotten yet.
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