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How to Learn new Words with Comic strips

  • September 19, 2016
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Again we plug in Anglish (English) comic strips.

Today it’s a big and broad subject: how a parent can teach his child.

Let’s read the example.

As always, read the text, guess the meaning of the phrases, and find out the new set of unusual words to discover and learn.

Dad and son

  1. Dad. That is a sir prize – a blue ming tree eye so late Ted in a wiled low Kay shun on it’s sown. It off ten oh curs?
  2. The like lee ex plan nation is sum won sowed a cede their. Butt cedes do blow a bout and fined sum wear to plant thems elves, and they be come for rests.

So, did you guess the meaning of the sentences?

I believe that was easy.

It should be easy for you too even if you think that you can’t get the meaning, just insert the text in the Grammarly spellchecker, and it will give you the best suggestions on each word.

Please, I’d like you to pay attention to the correct phrases and words. The method that we use in the comic strips is one of the best techniques to remember something: to divide a hard word into parts and create bright associations.

In case you’re in doubt, make a picture in your head of blooming trees that grow very fast and throw their seeds around to plant a lot of green tree friends for each of them. Yes, this sounds crazy, but the more strange is your imaginary picture, the more efficient is your remembering.

Increasing your vocabulary:

  • Ming – a porcelain made during the Chinese dynasty Ming.
  • Ted – turn over and spread out (grass, hay, or straw) to dry or for bedding.
  • Wile – devious or cunning stratagems employed in manipulating or persuading someone to do what one wants
  • Kay – the name Kay found both as a surname and as a given name. It is mostly a female name, often a short form of Katherine or one of its variants
  • Shun – persistently avoid, ignore, or reject through antipathy or caution
  • Sown – either it is the Southampton Open Wireless Network (SOWN) or it is the past participle of the verb to sow (sowed, sown) and means plant (seed) by scattering it on or in the earth
  • Cur (s) – an aggressive dog; a mean, wicked man.
  • Cede – give up (power or territory)
  • Blow – to move creating an air current
  • Fined (to fine) – clarify (beer or wine) by causing the precipitation of sediment during production.
  • Wear (wore, worn) – have some clothing on one’s body as decoration or protection
  • Rest – to cease work or movement to relax, sleep, or recover strength

How would you answer this question? How comes that there grow more and more trees near the one the elder tree?

I wish you take your children for a walk often enough to provoke more and more of new questions. That’s excellent for our (and childish especially!) memory and brain development. Besides, the fresh air also has a significant impact on our health.

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