farther: (adjective and adverb) used to designate a physical distance
This woman shot the arrow much farther than I did. further: (adjective and adverb) additional
Letís wait for further instructions before we do anything else.
healthful: (adjective) that which brings about good health; wholesome
Doctor Geiger told his patient to eat a more healthful diet.
healthy: (adjective) having good health; well; sound
If you want to remain healthy into old age, exercise and eat good
foods. in: (preposition, adjective, adverb) within
Sis was in the dentistís chair for thirty minutes.
into: (preposition) from the outside to the inside of
Sis walked into the dentistís office at 2:20 this afternoon. leave: (verb) to exit; to let be or stay
Most of the children and their parents had to leave once the weather
let: (verb) to allow; to permit
Will you let me take care of your dog while you go on vacation? liable: (adjective) legally responsible
Because the chipped stoop caused the delivery person to fall, the
homeowner was liable for damages. likely: (adjective and adverb) probable; reasonable to be expected
After we saw that ominous sky, we felt that a storm was likely.
If you are using a costly touch screen device then it is better to go for screen protectors which protect screen from sun, dirt and external damages like pressure and scratches. Cell phones communicate using signals in the microwave spectrum. The invisible stream of RF (radio frequency) signals penetrate our bodies when the device is held close, and as well as the long term potential for cancer, there is also the potential to impact cognitive memory functions and to cause disorientation and dizziness. This article explains how to take precautions when using your cell phone.