can (verb) to know how to to be able to
I think that I can climb that fence with little effort. may (verb) to be allowed to May I help you with those heavy bundles?
cent: (noun) one penny 1/100 of a dollar
Lou found one cent under the couch. scent: (noun) a smell odor (verb) to smell to perceive with the nose
Do you smell the scent of raccoon? (noun)
I scent a raccoon around here. (verb)
cite: (verb) to quote
A respected attorney will often cite several cases in her argument. site: (noun) piece of land; location
Our favorite restaurant chain plans to build a new establishment on
continual: (adjective) happening over and over again
The continual good behavior of the class members earned them free
time each Friday. continuous: (adjective) happening without interruption
The continuous noise of the hammers and saws disturbed the workshop
doesnít: (contraction for does + not) does not
Steven doesnít think that we will need three umbrellas for the
beach today. donít: (contraction for do + not; considered substandard usage) do not
or does not
We donít know what the future will bring.
As an excellent source of vitamin K and a good source of omega3 fatty acids (in the form of alphalinolenic acid, or ALA), turnip greens provide us with two hallmark antiinflammatory nutrients. Vitamin K acts as a direct regulator of our inflammatory response, and ALA is the building block for several of the bodys most widelyused families of antiinflammatory messaging molecules. While glucobrassicin (a glucosinolate found in many cruciferous vegetables, and the precursor for the antiinflammatory molecule indole3carbinol) does not appear to be present in turnip greens in significant amounts, other glucosinolates present in turnip greens may provide important antiinflammatory benefits and are the subject of current research.