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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?