Thursday, February 12, 2009

Does anyone have a story to publish today? I hope so! We need some new reading material.

Here's a little assignment for you today, if you so choose to do it. We have learned a plethora of new words over the past two weeks. (What do you think "plethora" means? Can you figure it out from context?) :-)

I'm going to list some of them here. Choose one or two and write sentences using that word in the comments. I'll be happy to look them over for you before publishing if you would like.

crouched
indistinctly
strode on
untrodden
flung
glaring
quivering
suffused with
wailed
pattering
malice

Have fun!

5 comments:

Claudia said...

It is great when we flung our frustations and only enjoy the moment with our family.

Claudia said...

When I woke up in the morning and saw without malice between the window ,I was very surprised to see sufussed with snow the road and the top of the apartments.

sue said...

great sentences, Claudia!!!

Anybody else want to try? Please???

lorena. a said...

When my son had the flu he was quivering.

KIM said...

He saw the glare of the mountain covered with snow through the window.