From the Word Wizard Club...
April 6, 2009

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

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finally

Which Means:

At the end or the final point.

As In:

Image Finally Thomas went to the dentist to get his teeth checked.

Heads Up!

Just add an -LY to the end of 'final' to spell this one.

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information

Which Means:

Knowledge or facts about a certain topic.

As In:

Image Freddy looked on the Internet to find information for his science report.

Heads Up!

The verb 'inform' becomes a noun when you add A + TION.

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particular

Which Means:

About or referring to a specific person or thing.

As In:

Image Diana was interested in a particular kind of art.

Heads Up!

This particular word has a particular spelling!

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table

Which Means:

A piece of furniture with a flat top and one or more legs.

As In:

Image It's Waldo's job to set the table for dinner every night.

Heads Up!

'Table' only has one leg in it (one L)!

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wasn't

Which Means:

To be in no way or degree.

As In:

Image Herman wasn't going to go on the rollercoaster, especially after he had just eaten!

Heads Up!

As a contraction for 'was not', the apostrophe takes the place of the O.

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