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September 2016 BlogLAEO

The word of the day is "uplift." To uplift is to make someone feel better.

30 words that begin with the letter K:

 

The word of the day is "talk."

There’s a new word of the day quiz for September 2016.

Today’s word of the day is "ring." You can use this word as a verb or as a noun. If you use it as a verb, it’s irregular.

ring / rang / rung

The word of the day is "pure."

There are many different ways to use the word "pack." One way to use it is when you go on a trip or go on vacation.

They’re all packed up and ready to go!

There’s a new reading exercise for the Orange Level: There aren’t enough hours in the day.

The word of the day is "outfit."

If someone is bothering you, you can say he or she is getting on your nerves. This is the word of the day.

The word of the day is "money."

This new vocabulary quiz features words that begin with the letter J.

Here’s the newest vocabulary video. These words all begin with the letter J.

 

The word of the day is "lake."

The word of the day is "ketchup."

Today’s word of the day is "image." This is a good word to know if you are interested in fashion or appearances.

The word of the day is "history."

Are you interested in history?

The word of the day is "gadget."

Fifteen years ago the United States was attacked by terrorists and life in the U.S., unfortunately, has not been the same since then.

The word of the day is "honor," as we remember the thousands of people who died on that day.

Today’s Blue Level lesson on articles should be helpful for anyone who has a hard time deciding among a, an, the, or no article at all.

The word of the day is "

The word of the day is "floor."

How are you doing so far this month? I’ve noticed many new students joining here at the Blue Level. If you are a new students and working in the Blue Level, don’t forget to download and printout the checklist for those lessons and assignments.

The word of the day is "fee."

The word of the day is "even."

A word that many of my students misuse is "dead." They often confuse it with "die" and "death."

The word "dead" is an adjective and a noun:

  • The man is dead. (adjective)
  • It’s important to honor the dead. (noun)
  • You will probably be dead a hundred years from now. (adjective)

The word "die" is a verb:

  • My grandmother died last year. (past tense)
  • You will die if you drink poison. (future tense)
  • Everyone dies eventually. (present tense)

The word "death" is a noun:

  • Americans don’t like to talk much about death.
  • Death comes to everyone eventually.

The word of the day is "claim," requested by Srinivas. Thanks for the suggestion!

The word of the day is "bed."

  • Tom is in bed.
  • He usually goes to bed early.
  • He gets out of bed at 6:00 a.m. every morning.
  • He makes his bed later in the morning.

Each course level on this website has a checklist. Print out and keep the checklist next to your computer, tablet, or phone and use it to track your progress as you move through the lessons:

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