right: (noun) claim or title; (adjective) proper; just; correct;
(adverb) directly; (verb) to put in proper order
Freedom of speech is one of our rights. (noun)
Is this the right way to tie this knot? (adjective)
Come right home after school. (adverb)
Letís right the wrongs we committed. (verb) rite: (noun) a ceremony
The religious woman performed the rite in front of twenty people. wright: (noun) a worker
One of Mikeís relatives worked as a wheelwright many years ago. write: (verb) to record in print
Please write your name on this line.
set: (verb) to put in place
Please set the table for dinner, James. sit: (verb) to rest in a seated position Sit down for a while, and catch your breath.
than: (conjunction) word used to compare two or more people, places,
things, or ideas
Yvonne is older than I. then: (adverb) at that time
I then told him that he was doing the right thing.
unless: (subordinating conjunction) in any other case than Unless you have a good reason, the coach expects you to be here with
the rest of us. without: (preposition) lacking; with none of; (adverb) outside Without this card, I will not be admitted. (preposition)
He ran without. (adverb)
Author JK Rowlings story of wizards and monsters have thrilled millions of readers the world over. The Harry Potter series of books and films is touted as the most successful franchise in movie history. Fans of the book and the films will undoubtedly recognize Hogwarts School which is actually Christ Church College in Oxford. If there is going to be some sort of real school for wizards then this would be it. If you are in the UK, you can include a visit to Oxford and get a glimpse of where Harry Potter walked with Hermione and the rest of his friends.