“Maybe” and “may be” are too often carelessly mixed up.
“What part of speech is “maybe”?
“What part of speech is “may be”?
By defining “maybe” and “may be”, explain their differences in meaning.
Create sentences that demonstrate the correct meanings of “maybe” and “may be”.
I REALLY LIKE THIS ONE!
Identify the author of the following piece of profundity.
“The individual has always had to struggle to keep from being overwhelmed by the tribe. If you try it, you will be lonely often, and sometimes frightened. But no price is too high to pay for the privilege of owning yourself.”
The word for today is “fractious”.
What part of speech is “fractious”?
Define “fractious” and use it in a sentence that demonstrates its meaning.
If you need some help in completing the daily tasks set out in this blog, corrections, definitions and explanations for the daily entries are always posted on the following Sunday.
Every Wednesday I post an interesting philosophical quote. Beyond trying to identify the source, I ask only that you read them and think about them. Feel absolutely free to embrace or reject them.