TRY AND…/TRY TO…
“Try and…” and “try to…” are very commonly used, but one expression should be used and the other should be avoided.
Which one should be used? Why?
HINT: Create sentences using “try and…” and “try to…” and then read them closely, paying particular attention to the exact meaning presented. Then make the decision as to which should be avoided.
WORTH THINKING ABOUT
I like this one because it is much deeper that it would first seem.
Identify the author of the following thought-provoker.
“The people I distrust most are those who want to improve our lives but have only one course of action.”
The word for today is “skepticism”.
What part of speech is “skepticism”?
What other parts of speech can be made from “skepticism”?
Define “skepticism” and use it in a sentence.