HERE IS THE CHALLENGE FOR TODAY:
Tuesday, March 2, 2010
Checklist: A list of words will be accompanied by a scenario in which to use them.
Let's try something a little different this week.
duck, chair, elbow, banana
You find the following items on a list. What do they have in common? What kind of list might this be and why?
Example: If you found a list that said "onion, carrots, potatoes, beef", it might be a grocery list and perhaps the list-maker was putting together a stew.
HERE'S MY ANSWER:
First I thought it was a reminder for a man who had a violent wife: Duck when she throws the chair at you or you'll hurt your elbow when you slip on the banana.
Then I thought it might be an errands-to-run list made by someone who likes concise bullet lists, but learns by association - duck - go to the vet - chair - go to the furniture store - elbow - go to the doctor - banana - stop at the grocery store.
And then I got tired of thinking! If you would like to try this for yourself, click on the button to the right. Peace. B
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