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TweetDeck : English Word of the Day: write (verb): to put letters or numbers on a surface, normally paper, especially using a pen or pencil.

English Word of the Day Example: I want you to write your name at the top of the worksheet.

TweetDeck : English Word of the Day: wrinkle (noun): a line or small fold in your skin, especially on your face, that forms as you get older.

English Word of the Day Example: My grandmother has a lot of wrinkles.

Twitter Web Client : Me right now:
I must concentrate... I must concentrate...
Oh look.... there's a hedgehog walking across the lawn.
That reminds me, there is a bar of chocolate in the cupboard calling out to me.
So.... where was I again?

Twitter Web Client : Meanwhile... I'm still fighting with Coordinate Adjectives and Cumulative adjectives. I seriously need to make a chart about the difference, not just for all of you but for myself too. Why am I such a perfectionist?

TweetDeck : English Word of the Day: wring (verb): squeeze and twist something to force liquid from it.

(Past Tense: wrung)
English Word of the Day Example: He wrung the wet cloth out in the sink.

Twitter Web Client : This happened because I am creating a video for an IELTS lesson and discovered I need to create a separate video about Compound Adjectives.
My life:
I start one video and then have to make three more before I can publish the original.
That is how I got sidetracked this afternoon

Twitter Web Client : I though I'd make a quick video about the order of Adjectives before nouns. (Chart is ready)
Then I realized I first need to have a lesson about Coordinate Adjectives vs. Cumulative Adjectives to know when to put commas or not.

TweetDeck : English Word of the Day: wild (adjective): 1. An animal or plant living or growing in the natural environment; not domesticated. 2. (informal) crazy

English Word of the Day Example: We saw some wild condors flying high above us when we visited the Torres del Paine National Park.

TweetDeck : English Word of the Day: wight (noun): a ghost, spirit, or other similar supernatural being.

English Word of the Day Example: The saw a wight slowly drifting towards them from the end of the dark corridor.

Twitter Web Client : Just so you know...
I just uploaded our first YouTube Video for Woodward Games (a hobby for me and the kids)
youtube.com/watch?v=PQt50p…
Yes, that it me (Rob W.) on the couch.
You might see the same couch for upcoming Woodward English videos too.