Cold breeze is coming in. Let's learn some idioms with the word "cold".
1. cold comfort
A cold comfort is something that is supposed to make you feel better but it didn't at all.
2. cold feet
To get a cold feet means you suddenly got nervous and afraid of something you already planned to do. Most people end up cancelling their planned activity due to nervousness and high anxiety.
3. blood runs cold
This means that you felt a strong sense of fear or horror.
Hello everyone! How are you doing today?
Today I'd like to talk to you about the colors of November's Fall season! The three months of the fall season are September, October and November.
Whilst these months make up the fall season, each months color scheme is slightly different. For example, Novembers colors for the fall season are gold, yellow, brown, orange and red; whilst Septembers colors have navy and plum.
What monthly colors do you like?
Time for Tongue Twisters! 😝
Tongue twisters are good for practicing your reading and pronunciation. You have to read it aloud in a fast manner.
Here's a popular tongue twister for you:
Betty Botter bought a bit of butter.
“But,” she said, “this bit of butter’s bitter,
But a bit of better butter mixed with this butter might just make my bit of bitter butter better.”
So, Betty bought a bit of better butter to make her bitter butter better.
Hello Everyone! Let's do another November challenge! This time, let's try to write a poem! Let's do a stanza. A stanza is a part of a poem with 4 or more lines. I'll go first!
"The wind is getting colder.
I do my best to warm up.
With each season I'm getting older.
But I still use that same rusted cup."
What do you think? Now you try!
A little riddle in the English language 🤔
Here's a little riddle for you:
Rainbows, milkshakes, popcorns and sunsets are similar, but in what way?
Did you guess correctly?
They are compound words! Compound words are formed when two or more words are combined. When these words are combined, they make a new meaning.
There are three types of compound words.
First, the closed compound words, for example, the words rainbow, milkshake and popcorn belong in this type.
Second, the opened compound words, such as ice cream, living room, and full moon.
Lastly, the hyphenated compound words like mother-in-law, self-esteem, long-term.
☝️Now that you know all about compound words, I challenge you to list 5 of your favorite compound words.
Hello Everyone! I have a question for you. What are your hobbies? Some of my hobbies are writing stories and poetry. Every month I write a new poem or story whenever I feel inspired.
This November, lets start a writing challenge! I'll start with my November Haiku.
"Colored leaves free fall
As they flutter to the ground,
So does my troubles."
What did you think? What kind of writing will you do for the November challenge?