Here is a pair of words I used to teach my classes did not, and do not, have the same meaning.
Define “hero” and “protagonist”.
What part of speech is each word?
Explain the difference in meaning between the two words.
Use “hero” and “protagonist” in sentences that demonstrate their respective meanings.
HOW TRUE! SADLY, HOW TRUE!
Identify the author who penned this wonderful observation.
“Democracy substitutes election by the incompetent many for appointment by the corrupt few.”
The word for today is “plenitude”.
What part of speech is “plenitude”?
Define “plenitude” and use it in a sentence of your own creation.
Try to use “plenitude” in your conversation today.