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Words such as in, at, around, and between are examples of:
Words that have opposite meanings are called ________.
A lexicographer is a person who ________.
Have, has, and had are examples of:
B. being verbs.
The etymology of a word tells you its ________.
A(n) ________ names a person, place, thing, or idea.
A(n) ________ names a specific person, place, or thing.
The common language used in academic and workplace settings is called ________.
When you need to find a more precise word to express your meaning, the best place to check would be a ________.
A(n) ________ refers to anything you can physically or mentally do.
My daughter starts her first day of ________ tomorrow.
In the word typographical, the emphasis is placed on which syllable?
Gabriella was uncomfortable about giving a speech in class because she was ________ about her accent.
Choose the preferred spelling:
To run, to see, and to go are examples of:
It is ________ to look a lot like Christmas.
A good reference manual will help you with all of the following except ________.
That man over at the next table keeps ________ at me.
A(n) ________ takes the place of a noun.