“Mislead” and “misled” are parts of the same word but they are often used incorrectly.
What part of speech is “mislead”? Be specific.
What part of speech is “misled”? Be specific.
Use “mislead” and “misled” in sentences that display the correct meaning of each word.
Choose the correct word, “mislead” or “misled” for the following examples:
“Don’t be (mislead, misled) by her ranting and raving because it is only bombast.”
“She will (mislead, misled) you at every chance she can because she loves to manipulate others.”
The word for today is “prurience”.
What part of speech is “prurience”?
What other parts of speech can be made from “prurience”?
Define “prurience” and use it in a sentence that fully demonstrates its meaning.
CORRECTIONS & EXPLANATIONS
Corrections and explanations for this week’s entries will be posted Sunday.