From the Word Wizard Club...
January 12, 2009

Congratulations, Kids! You've completed learning the next round of vocabulary words, and now it's time to review.

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complete

Which Means:

Finished, worked out to the end.

As In:

Image This puzzle needs one more piece to be complete.

Heads Up!

This word isn't complete with out all of its letters in order!

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government

Which Means:

The laws, people, and buildings that make up the ruling system of a country.

As In:

Image The U.S. government is in the White House and Capitol building in Washington D.C..

Heads Up!

Don't forget that N hiding out in the middle of this one.

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course

Which Means:

The route or pathway that something follows.

As In:

Image The racer looked at the course ahead of time to plan his strategy.

Heads Up!

A homonym for this word is 'coarse': rough or harsh. Hopefully your course isn't coarse!

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should

Which Means:

To ought to or must do something.

As In:

Image Andy should concentrate on his homework, not baseball!

Heads Up!

You should be able to spell this one correctly after remembering the vowels are OU.

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from

Which Means:

A word used to describe a starting point in time or space.

As In:

Image The young man moved the boxes from the back of the truck to the front.

Heads Up!

You can move from a "misspeller" to "Master Speller" if you keep reading our daily words!

Now that you have reviewed the words, challenge your memory!

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