Submit an excerpt from the dialogue you formatted today during class. Your submission should include an exchange of dialogue between two speakers that is formatted correctly. We will be going over these examples tomorrow during class, so make sure you check your work before submitting!!!
 
 
Our vocabulary blog word this week is artifice.

As defined by Merriam-Webster, artifice,
a noun, means "clever or cunning devices or expedients, esp. as used to trick or deceive."

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After completing text p.118 Exercise 16, please list the 4 fairy-tale characters who participated in the conversation!
 

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    1.) Use the vocabulary word in a unique sentence created by you AND explain why the word makes sense in that context.

    2.) Find the etymology of the word [its language of origin, any foreign roots, etc.]  Please list your source by either linking the website or listing the book source.  YOU CANNOT USE A SOURCE ONCE SOMEONE ELSE HAS POSTED IT!  Also, please explain the roots, don't just list them.

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