MORE WORDS WORTH DEFINING & KNOWING
“In” and “into” are such simple words but they are often incorrectly interchanged.
What part of speech are “in” and “into”?
Explain the difference in meaning between the words “in” and “into”.
Create sentences using “in” and “into” correctly and which show the distinct meaning of each word.
Here are two simple words that are often misused.
What part of speech is “of”?
What part of speech is “off”?
What is the most common error made when using “of” and “off”?
Create sentences using “of” and “off” correctly.
WORTH TAKING TO HEART
Identify the speaker of this aphorism.
“You can make more friends in two months by becoming interested in other people than you can in two years by trying to get other people interested in you.”
The word for today is “retrogress”.
What part of speech is “retrogress”?
Define “retrogress” and use it in a sentence.