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‘Nothing clears up one’s ideas like explaining them’
Music: Ralph Vaughan Williams
Muddle-headed inventor Professor Cavor needs to think aloud, and for reasons of his own Mr Bedford is anxious to listen.

I AM a man who believes in impulses. I made what was perhaps a rash proposition. But you must remember, that my compunction for his ruined walk still hung about me.

“Why not,” said I, “make this your new habit? In the place of the one I spoilt?

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Grammar and Composition

Distinguish using sentences: Must. Ought.

Use as a noun and also as a verb: Ruin. Walk. Catch.

Use together in one sentence: Evidently. Again. It’s.

More games: Précis. Sevens. Jigsaw. Confusables. Spinner. Opposites. Verb or Noun? Active or Passive? Subject and Object. Adjectives. Word Classes.

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