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5 Insane Ways Words Can Control Your MindOn some level we already know that language shapes the way we think. We're automatically more afraid to fight a guy named Jack Savage than somebody named Peewee Nipplepuss, even if we've never seen either of them before. It's totally illogical, but you probably run into an example of that every day, and don't notice it.Vocabulary GamesOur compilation of Free Online Word Puzzles available on the Internet. Play word games that teach, build or strengthen your word skills and concepts while having fun. We categorise and review the games listed here to help you find the games you are looking for. In this page, we have games that will help you to improve your vocabulary (for adults and kids), learn words in context, synonyms, antonyms, homonyms and analogies. Related Topics: More Educational Games
Irregular Verbs — Exercise 1Directions: In the exercise that follows, you will read sentences that contain blanks. These blanks require the appropriate forms of irregular verbs. To keep track of your answers, print the accompanying handout. If you are unsure which choice to make, consult the rules.Do Does Did DoneThe word DO appears a lot in English. This is because it can be a verb TO DO (Do / Does / Did / Done) and can also be an AUXILIARY verb (Do / Does / Did). The Verb - To Do The verb TO DO has four forms. Present Tense: Do / Does Past Tense: Did Past Participle: Done
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