Monthly Archives: August 2016

Summer Reading V

Do you have a perfect score for August? If so, the pressure’s on to close out the month with one more A+. Make your choices. 1. In lieu of/In light of the growing friction between Andrew and Becky, we are … Continue reading

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Summer Reading IV

Let’s continue our laid-back August tempo with another brief quiz you just might ace. Make your picks. 1. Now that I have¬†pored/poured over the materials you sent me, I feel more confident about my interview next week. 2. The idea … Continue reading

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Summer Reading III

Remaining in vacation mode, let’s look at a few more word pairs and a chance to ace another quick quiz. Make your choices. 1. If no one is adverse/averse to extending the meeting, let’s tackle one more item. 2. My … Continue reading

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Summer Reading II

Continuing our relaxed pace for the last full month of summer, here is another brief quiz. Make your choices. 1. Jill’s poetic captions exquisitely complement/compliment Jerry’s gorgeous photographs from their Canadian Rockies vacation. 2. I love the pieces I bought … Continue reading

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Summer Reading

Let’s mark the beginning of the last full summer month with some light subject matter. Grab a lemonade and tackle August quiz #1.¬†Select the correct word. 1. I blame all the back-and-forth email as the (principal/principle) cause of the mix-up. … Continue reading

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