words to use: bellicose, denizen, fraught, hirsute,
languid, mendacious, pallid, rapport, sagacious and verbose.
I am a denizen from another world, coming to a
new land. Here, people do not live in rapport. They are hirsute monsters.
Their mendacious leaders stir them up to bellicose acts. In the other world
live pallid, little people. They live in peace. Their sagacious talks take
them a lot of time. They are verbose. They are fraught with harmony. Their
little bodies never become languid. That is, because of the love they give one
another every day.
I got a 95 because Ms. Walters couldn't read my
handwriting and claimed I misspelled mondacious.
words to use: castigate, evoke, gambol, immolate,
masticated, obfuscate, recant, sequester, transcend and quell.
Ester saw little birds gamboling in the snow.
This evoked thoughts of her childhood in her. When they were young, they often sat
in the snow and masticated gum. But these memories were obfuscated now: the
priests had started to castigate her. Soon she would be immolated and go to
I got an 80, I didn't use 4 of her words ;-)
words to use: maladroit, martinet, vogue, sobriquet,
jocund, plaudit, zenith, callow, dipsomaniac and expurgate.
This is the life of Meredith W. from F. in A.: In her
youth she was a very jocund girl. Her father was very martinet, but she had
learned to deal with it. In high-school she showed a maladroit behavior, but in
such a funny way, that she became a comedian and dropped out of school. She went with the vogue
and became a star in comedy shows throughout the country. Soon she reached the zenith
of her career and the plaudits were praising her less high. She became a callow
dipsomaniac. By the year 1970 she wasn't famous anymore. It is known of her, that
her father had a very funny sobriquet for her but we don't know it because she expurgated
it from all the letters he wrote to her. She died in December 1976 in her hometown F. in
A hundred! (I doubt that she liked the story
words to use: slattern, cogitate, euphonious, atypical,
indolence, beneficent, precarious, affable, diffident and loquacious.
Famous People II:
Eleanor Maria D from NY was born in New York City in
1921. When she was born, her mother, a slattern, cogitated to drown her in a
river in Central Park, because she did not want her to have to spend her life in poverty.
But she was a little precarious and kept her alive. Eleanor was a very atypical
girl. She loved to sing and was very loquacious. A manager of one of the theaters
on Broadway discovered her talent, her euphonious voice, when she was 17 on one of
his Sunday-walks through Central Park. She soon became a star on the Broadway and played
in many musicals because she was so affable. She got a lot of money and lived the rest of
her life together with her mother in a penthouse in Manhattan. Not to drown her when she
was a baby was definitely beneficent for both of them.
I didn't underline some of the words. An 80.
I don't know what words, I didn't keep the quiz. All I
remember is that I just wrote down the words and my paragraphs went something like this:
"I'm gonna go for a fifty."
I ended up getting a 45 because I misspelled one of the