Daily Diagrams 191-200
|Day 191. By referring to a pronunciation key, which you can expect to find in the front of your dictionary, you can learn to use your dictionary as a guide to pronunciation.|
|Day 192. There are two kinds of dictionaries:
prescriptive dictionaries, which tell you how words ought to be used, and
descriptive dictionaries, which tell you how words are used.
|Day 193. Do you enjoy fishing?|
|Day 194. When I was young, I liked to fish.
|Day 195. Since no size restrictions applied to the
private lake in which my father, my brother, and I fished, we were able to
keep and clean most of the fish we caught.
|Day 196. Although I did not dwell on the matter
then, it seems to me now that using the fish we caught as food gave a
moral legitimacy to our fishing.
|Day 197. Even though I still fish occasionally, I wonder if it isn't better not to fish at all than to fish only for enjoyment.|
|Day 198. We now know the pairings for the NCAA
|Day 199. If my team, Louisville, beats Morehead State on
Thursday, they play again on Saturday.
Day 200. All a team must do to win the tournament is win six games in a row.
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