learn: verb to acquire knowledge
How did you learn to swim so gracefully? teach: (verb) to instruct
Will you please teach me the eight parts of speech for this test?
personal: (adjective) individual or private; intended for use by a single person
This is a personal problem that I would not want to share with others right now. personnel: (noun and adjective) body of persons employed in an organization or a
The director said that the case involved a personnel issue involving several experienced
poor: (noun and adjective) the opposite of rich; not done well
Will you be willing to contribute some money to help the poor? (noun)
Your team showed a poor effort in not running out the grounder in the third inning.
(adjective) pore: (noun) an opening
Harold looked very closely at his skin pores and was amazed. pour: (verb) to cause to flow
My aunt was nice enough to pour milk into my little sisterís cereal.
quotation: (noun) something that is quoted
The quotations of Mark Twain and Yogi Berra are used quite often for various effects. quote: (verb) to repeat or cite
Did you quote that author at any time within your term paper?
respectfully: (adverb) politely
We respectfully acknowledged their countryís leader. respectively: (adverb) in precisely the order given
Please line up these folders from A to Z respectively.
Look north from the summit of Foel Fadian and the faraway peaks of Snowdonia dominate the horizon dark in summer, snowdusted in winter. Just below the walk to the top, near the road, is a stone toposcope dedicated to the Welsh journalist Wynford VaughanThomas. He considered this view the best in Wales.