Mrs. Jennings began each vocabulary lesson

Mrs. Jennings began each vocabulary lesson by asking the students to use a word in a sentence.

“Okay, class,” she announced, “who can use the word ‘fascinate’ properly in a sentence?”

Mary shot her hand up and, before Mrs. Jennings could call on her, she said “I went to Alaska over spring break and it was fascinating!”

Mrs. Jennings replied, “that’s good Mary, but I asked for the word ‘fascinate,’ not ‘fascinating.’”

Billy threw his hand up next: “My Dad want to see the museum and was fascinated by the paintings!”

Mrs. Jennings again corrected her student: “That’s also good, but remember the word is ‘fascinate,’ not ‘fascinated.’”

Finally, Carol waved her hand wildly from the back row: “My aunt just bought a new shirt with ten buttons. She tried to put it on, but her melons are too big, so she could only fasten eight.”

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