ellaswords
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(Original post by Gamingexpertnot)
Dont get on ellas wrong side lol
i’m not starting no arguments, not today 😊
was just confused because they contradicted themselves. was the message meant to don’t bother? or was it meant to be do something? idkkkk
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We use this sometimes in the mornings at school:

https://formtimeideas.com/literacy

We also read and discuss a short text once a week. The students have a ten question quiz to complete in their own time. Some of the questions relate to word meaning and etymology. Challenge your friends.
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how would you recommend doing that? 😊
learn a new word from Google or something. and look up its meaning, because knowing the meaning of something makes it easier to remember.
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I was wondering how i’d go about the above? i know reading is often recommended, but i read a lot, and it doesn’t seem to help me a lot. any suggestions would be greatly appreciated 😊
I’d say read articles and listen to podcasts too, sometimes you’ll hear really good words.
Another thing might be the Manchester Phrase Bank which makes the words you use better, gives alternatives, as I’m doing EPQ and it will be very useful for myself.
Another alternative is having Grammarly as it gives you better words to use, it has a chrome extension from what I know of, and it gives you alternatives to use better words, this may be very helpful for job interviews, personal statements, UCAS and just general class assignments
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