What is the difference between “who” and “whom”?
When is each word used in sentences? Explain the reasons for your choices.
“Voluptuous” is today’s word.
Define the word and use it in a sentence.
Here are the words that I posted on the blog over June, July and August.
Can you remember the meanings of all of them?
Have you attempted to use any of them in your speech or writing?
Apotheosis, Assuage, Atrocious, Axiomatic, Chivalrous, Circumspect, Coercion, Conundrum, Coruscate, Disingenuous, Effete, Efficacy, Exacerbate, Excoriate, Exculpatory, Fallacious, Feckless, Fulsome, Idiot, Imbecile, Ineffable, Ingratiate, Inscrutable, Insipient, Matriarchy, Moron, Nefarious, Nescience, Obfuscation, Obtuse, Penultimate, Perorate, Platitudinous, Pretentious, Putridity, Rapacious, Redress, Reprehensible, Reprobate, Scrupulous, Specious, Spurious, Suffice, Turpitude, Voluptuous, Xenophobia
CORRECTIONS AND EXPLANATIONS
The corrections and explanations will be posted tomorrow instead of Sunday.