This should go without saying, but I suspect there are those who cannot distinguish the differences among the words “so“, “sew” and “sow“.
Define “so“, “sew” and “sow“.
Identify what part of speech each word is.
Create sentences that clearly show the meaning and use of “so“, “sew” and “sow“.
A PRO CONTRIBUTION
This is from a CBC professional reporter and anchor person. Weep! Fix it!
“There were a group of guys…”
Andrew Nichols, CBC National News, Thursday, August 26, 2010, (about) 11:05 am.
The word for today is “ambivalence“.
What part of speech is “ambivalence“?
What other parts of speech can be made from “ambivalence“?
Define “ambivalence” and use it in a sentence that clearly demonstrates its meaning.
CORRECTIONS & EXPLANATIONS
Corrections and explanations for this week’s entries will be published Sunday.