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Wednesday, October 31, 2007

Free Rice.

A cute and productive website uncovered by the wonderful PHSChemguy... Click on the answer that best defines the word. If you get it right, you get a harder word. If wrong, you get an easier word.
For each word you get right, we donate 10 grains of rice to the United Nations World Food Program. This is done by the adverts at the bottom of the page. If it's not on the up and up, you at least get to expand your vocabulary.

1 comment:

humble simpleton said...

I don't know what is canticle, but it must have something to do with 'cantar', which is 'to sing', therefore, given the options, it can only be hymn.
Prefix 'i-' = not; able = can do sir -> limitable = can have limits -> illimitable = can not have limits -> boundless.
Perchance -> through chance -> possibly
Befog -> turn to fog -> confuse.
It was more an intelligence than english test for me.