TOME = (noun) a book, especially a very large heavy or scholarly book For example "At the library Jake carefully examined a tome on the history of rainicorns." Here's another one: "The art history aficionado was delighted when her father bought her a tome featuring works from 14th century Italian painters."
The word roots "culp" and "culpa" mean 'blame.' Some common words with "culp" and "culpa" include 'exculpate' (to free from blame) 'culpable' (deserving blame) 'inculpate' (to accuse or blame) 'culprit' (a person who is responsible for a crime) and 'Mea culpa!" ('It's my fault!') #vocabulary #wordroot #culp #culpa #english #latin #learnenglish #bleach #ichigo #rukia #esl #efl #testpreparation #sat
"Every day" means "every single day" as in "Henry reads at least 50 pages every day." "Everyday" is a synonym for "commonplace" and "ordinary" as in "Peter is tired of doing everyday activities; he seeks adventure in
Looking for a new vocabulary activity to engage your middle school or high school students? After students make webs of their vocabulary words, have their partners try to guess the word. Read on for directions and samples.