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Reading the Roman Missal, Part 2: Oblation

Is “oblation” an everyday word, and if not, why does the Catholic Church use it so much? Continue reading

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Vocab Builder: Sounds Good to Me

Are you a fussbudget about words? Check out this week’s Vocab Builder. Continue reading

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Vocab Builder: How to “Ate” Your Words

Is your vocabulary desolate? Learn about the “-ate” suffix and increase your vocab. Continue reading

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Vocab Builder: Centering on Greek Prefixes

If you know some Greek prefixes, you’ve got a key to unlocking many English words. This week we exam epi-. Continue reading

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Vocab Builder: Don’t Circumvent Study

Does circumlocution plague your speech? Build your vocabulary to have the right word ready for the right time. Continue reading

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Vocab Builder: In- Latin

Infatuated with Latin prefixes? Check out these not-insignificant words. Continue reading

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Vocab Builder: Words About Words

An odd collection of words about words. Continue reading

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Vocab Builder: Advertising New Words

Why learn marketing terms? So you know when you’re being marketed to. Continue reading

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Vocab Builder: Spit-shine Your Vocabulary

Back from R&R? Grab a cup of joe and check out these words. Continue reading

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Vocab Builder: Return to Dogtown

Do you get lost in a labyrinth of words? Here’s a legend to help you out. Continue reading

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