Toady's tidbits for today / Don't skip breakfast! Start the day with some food for thought.
Words to keep
"A soul — a soul is nothing. Can you see it, smell it, touch it? No." —The Devil, played by Walter Huston (All that Money Can Buy — Dan Totheroth, screenwriter)
Most of the essential verbs in English are hard to learn, because they're irregular. To give just a few examples: go/went/gone, do/did/done, think/thought/thought, see/saw/seen, have/had/had, eat/ate/eaten, drink/drank/drunk, speak/spoke/spoken, and sleep/slept/slept.
Toady's teaser for today / Look tomorrow!
Q: What are the verb forms of the nouns imagination, combination, preparation, celebration, and decoration?
Q: What are the four "fearful things" in Japanese tradition?
A: Lightning, earthquakes, fires, and fathers. In Japanese, the last two items rhyme: kaminari, jishin, kaji, oyaji.
Toady's triathlon for today /
Here are three quick exercises to get you going!
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