These are not earth-shatteringly important words but they are easily confused.
Define “garnish” and “garner”.
What part of speech is each word?
What is the root of each word?
Use “garnish” and “garner” in sentences that show their meanings.
Try to use each word in some fashion today.
Have you noticed that writing skills have markedly improved lately in the local paper? I have. Congratulations. Keep up the effort; the dividends are phenomenal for everyone.
INTERESTING, AND LIKELY TRUE, CONCEPT
Identify the author of the following. Think about it; it tells a lot about people. Don’t think about if you don’t want to!
“The power of accurate observation is commonly called cynicism by those who have not got it.”
The word for today is “tenable”.
What part of speech is “tenable”?
Define “tenable” and use it in a sentence that demonstrates its meaning.