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The word for this week is a long one: onomatopoeia! And it’s even more difficult to spell than it is to pronounce (on-oh-mat-oh-PEE-uh). Onomatopoeia means a word that sounds like the sound it refers to. An example is “meow”, because it sounds like the cat noise it is referring to. However, onomatopoeic words are stillContinue reading “Onomatopoeia- Word of the Week (10th May)”
The word of this week is ‘tea’! I chose this word because I love drinking tea. It is a stereotype that British people love tea, but for me and many others it is true! Here are my favourite types of tea (not in order): Earl Grey: this is black tea with bergamot oil. It’s namedContinue reading “Word of the Week: 11th January 2021”
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