Week 29 Application | This Isn’t a Game

Have you ever heard of unpaired words? Language experts consider a word unpaired if it stands alone even though on the surface it looks like it should have a straightforward opposite. For example, “dismayed” has no corresponding opposite (“mayed”). Here are some more examples: If you’re not disgruntled, are you gruntled? Since disheveled means you […]


Week 29 Study Questions

Use one or both of these questions to introduce the lesson: 1. What were the best seats you’ve ever had to an event like a concert, baseball game, or stage play? Why were those the best seats? What are some ways people manage to get front row seats to big events? 2. Think of an […]