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Word of the Day. Week of December 3 rd. Decay: to become rotten Part of speech: verb. Which of these could decay ? a leaf a glass of water a piece of wood a slice of bread a windowpane What can cause your teeth to decay ? What do you do so that your teeth won’t decay ?.

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word of the day

Word of the Day

Week of December 3rd

decay to become rotten part of speech verb
Decay: to become rottenPart of speech: verb
  • Which of these could decay?
      • a leaf
      • a glass of water
      • a piece of wood
      • a slice of bread
      • a windowpane
  • What can cause your teeth to decay? What do you do so that your teeth won’t decay?
modern something that is from recent times part of speech adjective
modern: something that is from recent timesPart of speech: adjective
  • Which of the following are modern?
      • a covered wagon
      • a space shuttle
      • a solar-powered car
      • awoodburning stove
      • a scooter
  • What modern inventions are a part of your life that did not exist when your parents were children? How would your life be different without some of the modern inventions we have now?
object to express disagreement with something part of speech verb
object: to express disagreement with somethingPart of speech: verb
  • Which of these is a way to object:
      • “I don’t agree with you.”
      • “You’re absolutely right.”
      • “That is just not appropriate.”
      • “I like the way you said that.”
      • “I think you’re wrong.”
  • Tell about a time when you said or did something and someone objected to it. Now tell about a time when you objected to something someone else did or said.
grip to hold something very tightly part of speech verb
grip: to hold something very tightlyPart of speech: verb
  • Which words mean about the same as grip?
      • hold on
      • clutch
      • drop
      • grab
      • let go
  • Tell about a time when you would have fallen if you hadn’t had something to grip. Where were you? What did you grip?
abbreviated shortened part of speech adjective
abbreviated: shortenedPart of speech: adjective
  • What is the complete form of each of these abbreviated words?
      • Mrs.
      • Dr.
      • St.
      • Ave.
      • Mr.
  • Do you have any abbreviated words in you address? What are they?
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