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[word-lover] 【整理】2011-03-15 How to Use a Word

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The word of the day for March 15th is continual, spelled c-o-n-t-i-n-u-a-l. Continual is an adjective that means continuing indefinitely in time without interruption. It can also mean recuring instead uaually repeat, succession. Here is the word used in a sentence.
  The continual blurring of the car alarm outsides made it very difficult for us to focus on our work.
  Since the Mid-19th century, many grammarians have drove a distinguish between the words continuable and continuous, then insist that continue should only mean occuring at regular intervals as in the teacher was annoyed by their continual interruptions. Where as continuous should be used to mean continuing without interruption as in the batteries provide power for up to 5 hours of continuous use. This distinction overlooked the fact that word continuable is the older one and was used with both meanings for centuries before continuous appeared on the theme. The prescribe sense of continuous became established only in the 19th century and never succeeded in completely driving out the equivalence sense of continual.
  Today continual is the more likely of the two to mean recuring, but it also continuous to be used as the has been since the 14th century with the meaning continuing withour interruption.
  With your word of the day, I'm Peter Sankolosky.
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The word of the day for March 15th is continual, spelled c-o-n-t-i-n-u-a-l.
Continual is an adjective that means continuing in definitely in time without interruption. It can also mean recurring instead usually rapid succession.

Here is the word used in a sentence.
The continual blaring of the car outside made a very difficult for us to focus on our work.

Since the mid 19th century, many grammarians have drawn a distinction between the words continual and continues.

They insist that continual should only mean accruing at regular intervous as in the teacher was annoyed by their continual interruptions, whereas continues should be used to mean continuing without interruption, as in the batteries provided power for up to five hours of continues use.

This distinction of look the fact that the word continual is the older one, and was used with both meaning for centuries before continues appeared on scene.

The prescribe sense of continues became established only in the 19th century, and it never succeed in completely driving out the equivalent sense of continual.

Today, continual is the more likely of the two to mean recurring, but it also continues to be used as it has been used since the 14th century with the meaning continuing without interruption.
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[Homework]2011-03-15 How to Use a Word

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The word of the day for March 15th is continual, spelled c-o-n-t-i-n-u-a-l.
Continual is an adjective that means continuing in definitely in time without interruption. It can also mean recurring instead usually rapid succession.

Here is the word used in the sentence.The continual blaring of the car outside made it very difficult for us to focus on our work.

Since the mid 19th century, many grammarians have drawn in a distinction between the words continual and continues.

They insist that continual should only mean accruing at regular intervous as in the teacher was annoyed by their continual interruptions, whereas continues should be used to mean continuing without interruption, as in the batteries provided power for up to five hours of continues use.

This distinction of look the fact that the word continual is the older one, and was used with both meaning for centuries before continues appeared on scene.

The prescribe sense of continues became established only in the 19th century, and it never succeed in completely driving out the equivalent sense of continual.

Today, continual is the more likely of the two to mean recurring, but it also continues to be used as it has been used since the 14th century with the meaning continuing without interruption.
With  your word the day ,I'm Peter Sankolosky.

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homework:
The word of the day for March 15th is continual, spelled as c-o-n-t-i-n-u-a-l.Contiual is an adjective that means continue indefinitely in time without interruption.It can also mean recurring in steady, usually rapid succession.Here is the word used in a sentence.
    The continual blaring of the car alarm outside made it very difficult for us to focus on our work. Since the Mid 19th century, many grammarians have drawn a distinction between the words "continual" and "continuous". They insist that "continual" should only mean occuring at regular intervals.As in "the teacher was annoyed by their continual interruptions".Whereas "continuous" should be used to mean continuing without interruption as in "the battery provided power for up to 5 hours of continuous use". This distinction overlooks the fact that the word continual is the older one and was used with both meanings for centuries before continuous appeared on the scene.The prescribed sence of continuous became established only in the 19th century and it never succeeded in completely driving out the equivalent sense of continual.Today continual is the more likely of the two to mean recurring.But it also continuous to be used as it has been since the 14th century with the meaning continuing without interruption.
    With your word of the day ,I'm Peter Sokolowski.
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the word today for March Fifteenth is  continual ,spelled continual, continual is a adjective means continue indefinitely in time without interruption, it can also mean      recurring instead  usually rapid seccession. Here is the word used in the sentence, "the continual blaring of the car outside   made a very difficult for us to focus on our work "         Since the mid  nineteenth century, many grammarians have drawn the distinction between the words continual and continuous.          They insist that the continual should only mean occuring   at regular intervals, as in "teacher  annoyed by their continual interruptions. "    Whereas the continuous should mean continuing without interruption , as in "the battery provide the power for up to four hours of continuous use".       This distinctions overlooked the fact that the word continual is older one and was used with both meaning for centuries before contiunuous appeared on the scene . The prescribe sense of continuous became established only in the19 century and never succed  in completely driving out the equvalent sense of continual.      Today continual is more likely of two to mean recuring, but it also continues to be used as  has been since 14th century with meaning that continuing without interruption.

[Homework]2011-03-15 How to Use a Word

the word of today for march 15 is continual, spelled continual.continual is a ajective that means continuing in definitely  in time without interruption. it can also mean recurring insteadly usually rapid seccsion.here is the word used in the sentences.the continual blaring of the carline outside made it very difficult for us to focus on our work.since the mid 19th century, many grammanrists have drawn a distinction between the words continual and continues.they insis that the continual should only mean ocurring at regular intervers as in the teacher was annoyed by the continual interruptions.while continues should be used  to mean continuing without interruption.as in :the batteries provide power for upto 5 hours continues use.this distinction of looked fact that the word continual is the older one , and was used with both meanings for centuries before continuse appeared on the scene.the priscribe of sense of continuse became established only in the 19th century,and never succeed in completely driving out equivalent sense of continual.today continual is the more likely of the two to mean recurring.but it also continuse to be used as it has been used since the 14th century with the meaning continuing without interruption.with your word of the day .i am petersyko.
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[Homework]2011-03-15 How to Use a Word

The word of the day for March 15th is continual,spelled C-O-N-T-I-N-U-A-L.Continual is an adjective that means continuing in definitely in time without interruption.It can also mean reoccuring in steady usually rapid succession.Here is the word used in a sentence:The continual blaring of the car alarm outside made it very difficult for us to focus on our work.
Since the mid 19th century,many // have drawn a distinction between the words continual and continuous.They insist that continual should only mean occuring at regular intervals as in the teacher was annoyed by their continual interruptions. wheres continuous should be used to mean continuing without interruption as in the batteries provide powerful up to 5 hours of nontinuous use. This distinction of looks the fact that word continual is an older one and was used to both meanings for centuries before continuous appeared on the scene.The perscribe sense of continuous became established only in the 19th century and never succeeded in completely driving out the quavilent sense of continual. Today, continual is the more likely of the two to mean reoccuring, but it also continue to be used as the // since the 14th century with the meaning continuing without interruption.

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[Homework]2011-03-15 How to Use a Word

The word of the day for marth 15th is continual spelled continual.
Continual is an adjective that mean continuing in definitely in time without interrption it can also mean recurring instead usually rapid succession.
Here is the word used in a sentence.
the continual blaring of the car outside made very diffcult for us to focus on our work.
Since the mid 19th century many grammarians have drawn a distinction bewteen the words continual and continues.
They insist that continual should only mean accuring a regular intervous as the teacher was annoyed by thier continual interruptions,whereas continues shuold be used to be mean continuing without interruption.as the batteries provided power for up to five hours of continues used.
This distinction of look the fact that the word continual is the olded one and
was used with both meaning for century before continues appeared on scene.
The prescribe sence of continues became establish only in the 19th century and it never succeed in completely driving out equivalent sence of continual.
Today , continual is the more likely of the two to mean recurring  but it also continues to be used  as it has been used since 14th century with the meaning continuing without interruption.
With you word df the day .


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[Homework]【整理】2011-03-15 How to Use a Word

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    the word of the day for march 15th is continual, spelled c-o-n-t-i-n-u-a-l. continual is an adjective that means continuing indefinitely in time without interruption.  it can also mean recurring in steady usually rapid succession.

   here is the word used in a sentence:    the continual blaring of the car alarm outside made it very difficult for us to focus on our work.

  since the middle 19th century, many grammarians have drawn  a distinction between the words continual and continuous.  they insist that continual should only mean occuring at regular intervals, as in  the teacher was annoyed by their continual interruptions.  whereas continuous should be used to mean continuing without interruption, as in the batteries provide power up to five hours of continuous use.  this distinction overlooks the fact that the word continual is the older one and was used with both meanings for centuries before continuous appeared on the scene.  the prescribed sense of continuous became established only in the 19th century and it never succeeded in completely driving out the equivalence sence of  continual.  today continual is the more likely of the two to mean recurring,  but it also continues to be used as it has been since the 14th century with the meaning continuing without interruption.

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[Homework]【整理】2011-03-15 How to Use a Word

The word og the day may 15th is continual,spelled c-o-n-t-i-n-u-a-l.continual s a ajective that means continuing indefinitely in time without interruption, in can also mean recurring in stady ususlly rapid succession.here is a word in a sentence.
The contiual blarring out of the car alarm make it very difficult for us to focus on our work.
since the mid 19th, many grammnius have drawn a distinction between the word continual and continus. they insist that contiual should only mean occuring at regular intervals,as the teacher was annoyed by the contiual interruption whereas continus should be used to mean continuing without interruption as the barries provide power up for five hours of continus use.

this distiction overlook the fact that the word continual is the old one and with used with both meaning for centuries before continus appeared on the scene.the prescribe scence of continius beaomes established only in the 19th  and it never successed in complently driving out the equvelent sense of continual.today continually is the more likely to the meaning  recurring but it also continus to be used as it has been sinced 14 century with the meaning continually  without interuption.with your word of the day and peter

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[Homework]【整理】2011-03-15 How to Use a Word

The word of the day for March 15th is continual spelled C-O-N-T-I-N-U-A-L .Continual is an ajective that means continuing indefi nitey in time without interraption it can also mean recuing in steady usually rapid success. Here is the word used in a sentence he continual blaing of the car alarm outside made it very difficult for us to focus on our work.
Since the mid 19th centur  many gram have drawn a distinction between the words continual and continuous. They insist that continual should only mean occurring at regular intervals as in the teacher was annoyed by their continual intertion whereas  continuous should be used to mean continuing without intertion as in the batters provided power for up to five hours of continuous use. This distinction overlooks the fact that the word continual is the older one and was used with both meanings for centuries before continuous appeared on the scene. The pre sense of continuous became established only in the 19th century and it never succeeded in completely dring out the equivenment sense of continual Today continual is the more likely of the two  mean recuing but it also continues to be used as has been since the 14th century with the meaning continuing without intertion

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