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.
Chives are troublefree. Onion thrips may be a problem in a commercial onionproducing area, but they shouldnt bother plants that have enough water. the green leaves contain other flavonoidphenolic antioxidants such as carotenes, zeaxanthin, and lutein.