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作者: jessiyear    时间: 2009-4-2 00:14     标题: 【整理】2009-04-02 How to Use a Word




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The word of the day is feckless, spelled f-e-c-k-l-e-s-s.

 

Feckless is an adjective that means weak or ineffective. It can also mean worthless and irresponsible. Here’s the word used in a sentence: Although Trevor was admired by his colleagues at the newspaper, he turned out to be a feckless reporter, and so he was resigned to the copy desk.

 

Someone feckless is lacking in feck. You might very well ask what is feck. Feck is a Scots term that means effect or majority, and comes from an alteration of the Middle English word “effect”. So something without feck is without effect, or ineffective.

 

In the past, feckful, meaning efficient, sturdy or powerful, made an occasional appearance but in this case the weak has outlived the strong. Feckless is a commonly used English word today, but feckful has fallen out of use.


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作者: whatever-Ethan    时间: 2009-4-2 01:55     标题: hw

The word of the day is feckless, spelled f e c k l e s s. Feckless is an adjective that means weak or ineffective, it can also mean worthless and irresponsible. Here’s the word used in a sentence: although triver was admired by his colleagues at newspaper he turned out to be a feckless report er and so he was resigned to the cope desk. Someone feckless is lacking in feck. You might very well ask what is feck. Feck is a Scot’s term that means effect or majority. And comes from an alteration of the middle English word effect. So something without feck is without effect or ineffective. In the past feckful, meaning efficient sturdy or powerful made occasional appearance but in this case the weak has outlived the strong. Feckless is a commonly used English word today but feckful has fawn out of use.
作者: 风信子1111    时间: 2009-4-2 08:18     标题: Homework

The word of the day is feckless, spelled f-e-c-k-l-e-s-s. Feckless is an adjective that means weak or ineffective, it can also mean worthless and irresponsible. Here’s the word used in a sentence: although Triver was admired by his colleagues at newspaper he turned out to be a feckless reporter and so he was resigned to the copy desk. Someone feckless is lacking in feck. You might very well ask what is feck. Feck is a Scot’s term that means effect or majority and comes from an alteration of the Middle English word effect. So something without feck is without effect or ineffective. In the past feckful, meaning efficient sturdy or powerful made occasional appearance but in this case the weak has outlived the strong. Feckless is a commonly used English word today but feckful has fawn out of use.
作者: lululuck2009    时间: 2009-4-2 08:58     标题: HW

The word of the day is fakless.Spelled f e c k l e s s.Fekless is an adjective word means weak or ineffective.It can also mean worthless and irresponsible.Here is the word use in a sentence.although traver was admired by his colleague at newspaper,he turned out to be a feckless reporter.And so he was recide to the copy desk.Someone fekless is lacking in feck.You might very well ask what is feck.Feck is a Scot's term that means effect or majority.and comes from an alteration of the middle English word effect.So something without feck is without effect or ineffective . In the past feckful ,meaning efficiet study or powerful made occasional appearance but in this case the weak has outlived the strong.Feckless is a commonly used English today but feckful has full out of use.
作者: 1047440431    时间: 2009-4-2 10:10     标题: on whatever-Ethan

The word of the day is feckless, spelled f-e-c-k-l-e-s-s. Feckless is an adjective that means weak or ineffective, it can also mean worthless and irresponsible. Here’s the word used in a sentence: although Trevor was admired by his colleagues at the newspaper he turned out to be a feckless reporter and so he was resigned to the copy desk.

Someone feckless is lacking in feck. You might very well ask what is feck. Feck is a Scot’s term that means effect or majority, and comes from an alteration of the middle-English word effect. So something without feck is without effect or ineffective.

In the past feckful, meaning efficient sturdy or powerful made an occasional appearance but in this case the weak has outlived the strong. Feckless is a commonly used English word today but feckful has fallen out of use.


作者: janeyl    时间: 2009-4-2 12:05

HW

The word of today is feckless, spelled f-e-c-k-l-e-s-s.Feckless is an adjective that means weak or infective,it can also means worthless or irresponsible.Here's the word used in sentence:although Trevor was admired by his colleagues at newspaper,he turned out to be a feckless reporter,and so he was resigned to the copydesk.Someone feckless is lacking in feck. You might well ask what is feck. Feck is a Scot's term that means effect or majority and comes from the alteration of the middle-English word ''effect''.So something without feck is without effect or ineffective. In the past, feckful meaning efficient sturdy or powerful made an occasional appearance but in this case the weak has outlived the strong.The feckless is a commonly used English word today,but fectful has fallen out of use.


作者: sunshinegogo    时间: 2009-4-2 12:20     标题: homework

The word of the day is feckless spelled feckless. Feckless is an adjective that means weak or ineffective. It can also means worthless and irresponsible. Here is the word used in the sentence. Although Traver was admired by his colleagues at the newspaper he turned out to be a feckless reporter so he was reassigned to the copy desk. Some one feckless is lacking in feck. You might very well ask what is feck. Feck is a scottl term that means that effect or majority and comes from auto rational of middle English word effect. So something without feck is without effect or ineffective. In the past feckful meaning efficient // or powerful made in the occasional appearance but in this case the weak has outlived the strong. Feckless is commonly used English word today but feckful has fallen out of use.  


作者: kethryn    时间: 2009-4-2 13:01     标题: homework

The world of the day is feckless, spelled feckless. Feckless is an adjective that means weak or ineffective. It can also mean worthless and irresponsible. Here is a word used in the sentence. Although Trevor was admired by his colleagues at the newspapers he turned out to be a feckless reporter, and so he was resigned to the cope desk. Someone feckless is lacking in feck. You might very well ask what is feck. Feck is a Scot’s term that means effect or majority and comes from the alteration of middle English word effect. So something without feck is without effect or ineffective. In the past, feckful meaning efficient sturdy or powerful made an occasional appearence. But in this case the weak has outlived the strong. Feckless is commonly used English word today but feckful has fallen out of use.
作者: 任性的微笑    时间: 2009-4-2 14:13     标题: HW

The word of days, feckless, spelled FECKLESS.

Feckless is an adjective that means weak of ineffective, it can also mean worthless or irresponsible.

Here's the word used in the sentence. Although T... was admired by his colleagues at the news paper, he turn out o be a feckless reporter and so he was resigned to the copy desk.

Some one feckless is lacking in feck. It might very well ask what is feck. Feck is a gust term that means affect or majority and comes from .... of the Middle English word effect.

So something without feck was without affect or ineffective.

In the past, feckful meaning affections or powerful made accessional parents. But in this case, the weak has outlived the strong.

Feckless is commonly used English word today, but feckful has found out of use.


作者: destina123    时间: 2009-4-2 14:35     标题: hw

  The word of today is "feckless", spelled"F-E-C-K-L-E-S-S". Feckless ia an adjective which means weak or ineffective. It can also mean workless and irresponsible. Here's the word used sentence: Although Trevor was admired by his colleagues at the newspaper, he turned out to be a feckless reporter, and so he was resigned to the copydesk. Someone feckless is lacking in feck. You might very well ask what is feck? Feck is Scot's term that means effect or majority, and comes from alternation of the middle English word "effect". So something without feck is without effect, or ineffective. In the past, feckful meaning efficient to study or powerful made an occassional appearance. But in this case the weak has out-lived the strong. Feckless is a commonly-used English word today, but feckful has fallen out of use.
作者: destina123    时间: 2009-4-2 14:51     标题: on 任性的微笑

The word of today is feckless, spelled FECKLESS.

Feckless is an adjective that means weak or ineffective.It can also mean worthless or irresponsible.

Here's the word used in the sentence. Although Tretor was admired by his colleagues at the newspaper, he turned out to be a feckless reporter, and so he was resigned to the copydesk.

Someone feckless is lacking in feck. You might very well ask what is feck. Feck is a Scot's term that means effect or majority, and comes from alternation of the Middle English word "effect".

So something without feck is without effect, or ineffective.

In the past, feckful meaning efficient sturdy or powerful made occasional appearance. But in this case, the weak has outlived the strong.

Feckless is a commonly used English word today, but feckful has fallen out of use.


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作者: dszfreefly    时间: 2009-4-2 14:56

The word of today is "feckless", spelled"F-E-C-K-L-E-S-S". Feckless ia an adjective which means weak or ineffective. It can also mean workless and irresponsible. Here's the word used sentence: Although Trevor was admired by his colleagues at the newspaper, he turned out to be a feckless reporter, and so he was resigned to the copydesk. Someone feckless is lacking in feck. You might very well ask what is feck? Feck is Scot's term that means effect or majority, and comes from alternation of the middle English word "effect". So something without feck is without effect, or ineffective. In the past, feckful meaning efficient to study or powerful made an occassional appearance. But in this case the weak has out-lived the strong. Feckless is a commonly-used English word today, but feckful has fallen out of use.
作者: jane0303    时间: 2009-4-2 14:59     标题: Hw

the word of today is feckless, spelled " feckless". Fackless is an adjective which means weak or ineffective. it can also means workless or irresponsible.here the word used in this sentence.although XX is admired by his colleagues at the newspaper he turned out to be a feckless reporter, and he is resigned to the copy desk.Someone feckless is lacking in feck. You might very well ask what is feck. Feck is a Scot’s term that means effect or majority, and comes from an alteration of the middle-English word effect. So something without feck is without effect or ineffective. in the past,feckfull meaning efficient to study or powerful made an occassional appearance. But in this case the weak has out-lived the strong. Feckless is a commonly-used English word today, but feckful has fallen out of use.
作者: Qten    时间: 2009-4-2 15:01

HW

 

The word of the day is “feckless”, spelled f-e-c-k-l-e-s-s.

 

Feckless is an adjective that means “weak” or “ineffective”. It can also mean worthless and irresponsible. Here was the word used in new sentence.

 

Althought Trevor wasn’t admired by is collegue newspaper. He turned out be a feckless reporter and so he was resiged to the copy desk.

 

Someone feckless is larking in feck. You might very well ask,”What is feck?” Feck is scoys turns that means effect or majority and comes from the alterational in Middle Enlish word a ffeck. So something without the feck is without effeck or ineffective.

 

In the past,feckful meaning effection sturty or powful made an occasional parents, but in the case the weak has out lut or strong.Fecliss is commonly using in the word today, but feckful has fallen out of use.


作者: dorothydeng    时间: 2009-4-2 16:31     标题: homework

  The word of the day is feckless, spelled f-e-c-k-l-e-s-s. Feckless is an adjective that means weak or ineffective, it can also mean worthless and irresponsible.

 

  Here is the word used in a sentence: Although Traver was admired by his colleagues in that newspaper, he turned out to be a feckless reporter and so he was resigned to the copydesk.

 

  Someone feckless is lack in feck, you might very well ask what is feck. Feck is a Scot’s term that means effect or majority, and comes from an alteration of the middle English word effect. So something without feck is without effect, or ineffective.

 

  In the past, feckful meaning efficient sturdy or powerful made an occasional appearance but in this case the weak is outlived strong. Feckless is an commonly used English word today, but feckful has fallen out of use.

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作者: marianne2257    时间: 2009-4-2 18:45

The word of the day is feckless, spells f-e-c-k-l-e-s-s. Feckless is an adjective that means weak or ineffective. It also can mean worthless or irresponsible. Here is the word used in the(a) sentence: Although travel was admired by his colleagues at the newspaper, he turned out to be a feckless reporter and so he was resigned to the copy desk. Someone feckless is lacking in feck. You might very well ask what is feck. Feck, feck is a scot’s term that means effect or majority and comes from an alteration of the Middle English word effect. so something without feck is something without effect or ineffective. In the past feckful, meaning efficient sturdy or powerful made occasional appearance but in this case the weak has outlived the strong. Feckless is a commonly used English word today, but feckful has fawn out of use.
作者: jessiyear    时间: 2009-4-2 20:19     标题: on 1047440431

The word of the day is feckless, spelled f-e-c-k-l-e-s-s.

 

Feckless is an adjective that means weak or ineffective. It can also mean worthless and irresponsible. Here’s the word used in a sentence: Although Trevor was admired by his colleagues at the newspaper, he turned out to be a feckless reporter, and so he was resigned to the copy desk.

 

Someone feckless is lacking in feck. You might very well ask what is feck. Feck is a Scots term that means effect or majority, and comes from an alteration of the Middle / English word effect. So something without feck is without effect, or ineffective.

 

In the past, feckful, meaning efficient, sturdy or powerful, made an occasional appearance but in this case the weak has outlived the strong. Feckless is a commonly used English word today, but feckful has fallen out of use.


作者: liuyubing    时间: 2009-4-2 20:27

HW

 The word of the day is feckless, spelled “F-E-C-K-L-E-S-S”. Feckless is an adjective that means weak or ineffective, it can also mean worthless and irresponsible. Here is the word used in sentence : although ? was admired by his colleagues at the newspaper, he turned out to be a feckless reporter and so he was resigned to the copy desk. Someone feckless is lacking in feck. You might very well ask what is feck? Feck is scot’s term that means effect of majority, and comes from an alteration of the middle English word effect. So something without feck is without effect, or ineffective. In the past, feckful meaning efficient sturdy or powerful made an ? appearance but in this case the weak is outlived strong. Feckless is an commonly used English word today, but feckful has fallen out of use.


作者: 蝶儿飞过    时间: 2009-4-2 20:39     标题: Homework

The word of the day is “feckless”,spelled f-e-c-k-l-e-s-s.

 

Feckless is an adjective that means weak or infective. It can also mean worthless and irrespinsible. Here is the word used in a sentense:Athough Trevor was admired by his colleage at the newspaper he tured out to be a feckless reporter,and so he was resigned to the copy desk.

 

Someone feckless is lacking in fect.You might very well ask what is feck. "Feck" is a Scots term that means effct or majority ,and comes from that alteration of the Middle English word “effct”. So something without feck is without effect or ineffective.

 

 In the past feckful is meaning efficient sturdy or powerful made occational appearence, but in this case the "weak " has outlived the "strong". Feckless is a commonlly used English word today, but feckful has fellen out of use.

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作者: azazazjl    时间: 2009-4-2 20:59

homework

 

 

The word of today is feckless,spelled“F-E-C-K-L-E-S-S”.Feckless is an adjective,that means weak or ineffective,it can also mean worthless or irresponsible.Here the word is uesd in a sentence:Althrough Trevor was admired by his colleagues at the news paper,he turned out to be a feckless reporter and so he was resigned to the copydesk.

So one feckless is lacking in feck.You might very will to ask what is “feck”?Feck is a scot’s term that means a fact or majority,and comes from the alternation of the middle English word effect.So something with out feck is without effect or ineffective.In the past,feckful meaning efficient sturdy or powerful made an occasional appearance but in this case the weak has outlived the strong .Feck is a commonly used English word in English today,but feckfull has fallen out of use.

 


作者: cxfdiplomat    时间: 2009-4-2 21:15     标题: HW in 09-04-02

The word of today feckless spelled f, e, c, k, l, e, s, s. Feckless is an adj. that means weak or ineffective. It can also mean worthless and irresponsible. Here is the word used in sentence. Although Chaver was admired by his college at the newspaper, he turned out ot be a feckless reporter and he was resigned to copy desk. someone feckless is lacking in feck. You might very well what is feck. Feck is Scot's term that means effect or majority, and comes from *** of the middle English word effect. So something without feck is without effect or ineffective. In the past feckful meaning efficient *** or powerful made in a ocasional parents but in this case the weak has out leave the strong. Feckless is common used English word today, but feckfull has formed out of use.
作者: 大傻子    时间: 2009-4-2 23:17     标题: homework

the world of the did feckless spelled feckless is an adjective word means nor inffective was inrresponsible and sentence although travel words was admired by a copy of by he turned out to be a fact out and so he was resigned to the copy desk someone is feckless lucky in fun you may ask very well what is feck feck is a term that means majority and cancel the english word of so something without feck is fact or inaffective apased feckful in other words means powerful made an occisonal based on the strong but the weak is out -lived but the strong is a common used worlds tody but feckful has found out of use
作者: bloodyhero    时间: 2009-4-3 12:01

hw

The word of the day is feckless,spelled f-e-c-k-l-e-s-s.Feckless is an ajective that means weak and inaffective and also means worthless and inresponsible.here is the word used in the sentence:although travel was admired by the colligue of the newspaper ,he turns out to a feckless reporter and he was resigned to the copy desk.
    someone feckless is lacking in feck.you might very well ask what is feck.feck is a scots term that means affective or majority,and come from an alteration of the middle english word effect.So somthing without feck is without effect or ineffective .In the past means effecency sturdy or powerful made an occasional appearance but in this case the weak has out lived the strong.feckless is a commmonly used English word today ,but feckful has fallen out of use.


作者: sim007    时间: 2009-4-4 15:34     标题: Homework

  The word of the day feckless spell f-e-c-k-l-e-s-s.Feckless is a ejecty mean weak or inaffecty,it can also mean worthless and impossible. Here is the word used in sentence. Odou travel was mail by his college at the newspaper, he turned out to be a feckless reporter.and so he resign to the copy desk.someone feckless is lacking in feck.You might very well ask what is feck.Feck is cicoturn that means feck or majority.And come from auto ration Of Middle English were feck.so something without feck is without inffect or inaffected.In a past ,feckful meaning a fesion dirty or powerful may in a kagelou parent.but  in this case ,the weak has out leave strong..Feckless is commonly used english word today.But feckful has formed out of you


作者: stacyjiao    时间: 2009-4-4 16:05     标题: homework

The word of the day is feckless,spelled F E C K LESS. Feckless is an adjctive that means weak or ineffective,It can also mean worthless and irresponsible.Here is the word used in the sentence/ although travel was admired by his colleague at the newspaper,he turned out to be a feckless reporter,so he was reassigned to the copy desk,someone feckless is lucking in a feck.you might very well ask what is feck,Feck is a scots term that means effect or majority.and comes from Alteration of the middle english word"effect",so something without fect is without effect or ineffective.In the past ,feckfu,l meaning efficient, sturdy or powerful ,made an occasional appearance,But in this case the weak has outlived the strong. Feckless is commonly used English word today,but feckful has fallen out of use.
作者: caojine2289    时间: 2009-4-4 22:12     标题: HW

The word of the day is feckless spelled f-e-c-k-l-e-s-s. Feckless is an adjective that means weak or ineffective. It can also mean worthless and irresponsible. Here is the word used in a sentence. Although travel was mild by his colleagues as the newspaper, he turned out to be a feckless reporter. And so he was resigned to the copydesk. Someone feckless is lacking in feck. You might very well ask what is feck. Feck is a Scot’s term means effect or majority, and comes from alteration of the middle of English word affect. So something without fect is without effect or ineffective. In the past feckful meaning sufficient or powerful made occasional appearance but in this case the weak has outlived the strong. Feckless is a commonly used word today. But feckful has fawn out of use.
作者: fatmouse    时间: 2009-4-5 09:19     标题: homework

      The word of the day is feckless. Feckless is an adjective that means weak or ineffective. It can also mean worthless and irresponsible. Here is the word used in a sentence.
      Although Trevor was admired by its colleagues at the newspaper. He turned to be a feckless reporter. And so he was resigned to the copy desk.
      Someone feckless is lack in feck.You might very well ask what is feck. Feck is a scots term that means  effect or majority, and comes from an alteration of the middle English word effect. So something without feck is without effect or ineffective.
      In the past feckful meaning efficient, sturdy or powerful made an occasional appearance. But in this case the weak has outlived the strong.Feckless is a commonly used English word today. But feckful has fallen out of use.
作者: findthetruth    时间: 2009-4-5 17:32

HOMEWORK

 

The word of the day is feckless spelt f-e-c-k-l-e-s-s. Feckless is an adjuctive that means weak or ineffective. It can also mean worthless and irresponsible.

 

Here is the word used in a sentence: Although Trevol was admired by his colleagues and newspaper, it turned out to be a feckless reporter and so he was re-assigned to the copydesk.

 

Someone feckless is lacking in feck. You might very well ask what is feck. Feck is a Scot’s term that means effect or majority and comes from alteration of middle English word ‘effect’. So something without feck is without effect or ineffective. In the past, feckful meaning efficient, sturdy or powerful made an occasional appearence. But in this case, the weak has outlived the strong.Feckless is commonly used English word today, but feckful has fallen out of use.


作者: Sungsugi    时间: 2009-4-5 20:08

HW:

 

The word of today is feckless, spelled feckless.

Feckless is an adjective that means weak or ineffective.It can also mean worthless or irresponsible.

Here's the word used in the sentence. Although Tretor was admired by his colleagues at the newspaper, he turned out to be a feckless reporter, and so he was resigned to the copydesk.

Someone feckless is lacking in feck. You might very well ask what is feck. Feck is a Scot's term that means effect or majority, and comes from alternation of the Middle English word "effect".

So something without feck is without effect, or ineffective.

In the past, feckful meaning efficient sturdy or powerful made occasional appearance. But in this case, the weak has outlived the strong.

Feckless is a commonly used English word today, but feckful has fallen out of use.


作者: dw80926dw    时间: 2009-4-5 21:31     标题: homework

the word of the day is feckless,spelled f e c k l e s s. Feckless is an adjective means weak or ineffective. It can also mean worthless or irresponsible. There is the word used in a sentence: although Travel was admired by his colleagues in the newspaper, he turned out to be an feckless reporter, and so he was resigned to the copy desk. someone feckless is lucking in feck. You may very well ask what is "feck". The "feck" means effect or majority,come from the --- of English word "effect". So something without feck is without effect or ineffective. In the past, feckful means efficient,- or powerful . made occasional appearance. But in this case, weak has outlived strong. Feckless is commonly used English word today. But feckful has fallen out of use .
作者: zkl19850401    时间: 2009-4-5 23:44     标题: HW

The word of the daties feckless, spelled f-e-c-k-l-e-s-s. Feckless is an adjective that means weak or ineffective, we can also mean worthless, and irresponsible. Here is the word used in sentence, although traveler was admired by his courage at newspaper, he trend out to be feckless quarter, and so he was resigned to the copy desk. Someone fectless is lucking in feck. You might very well ask what is feck.Feck is a scraze term that means effect to the majority, and commons from the out nation to of middle english word effect. So something without fact is without effect, or ineffective. In the past, fectful meaning state or powerful, made an occasional parents but in this case the weak has out live to strong. Fectless is a common using in this world today. But fectful has form out of use.
作者: sellyla    时间: 2009-4-6 18:35     标题: hw

The word of the day is feckless, spelled feckless. feckless is an adjective that means weak or ineffective, it can also means worthless and irresponsible, here is the words used in a sentence, although Trevor was admired by his colleagues at that newspaper, he turned out be a feckless reporter, and so he was resigned to the copy desk. someone feckless is lacking in feck, you might very well ask what is feck, feck is Scots term that means effect or majority and comes from alteration of middle English word effect, so something without fecked is without effect or ineffective, in the past feckful means efficient sturdy or powerful made occasional appearance, but in this case the weak has out lived the strong, feckless is commonly used in English word today, but feckful has fallen out of use.
作者: lapis-lazuli    时间: 2009-4-6 18:59     标题: Homework

The word of today is feckless,spelled feckless. feckless is an adj that meas weak or inaffective? and it also can meas worthless or inresponsible. here is the word use in sentance: Although the - is admired by the newspaper,he turned out to be a feckless reporter,and he also resign to the copy desk. Someone is feckless is lacking in feck. You might very well asking what is feck, feck is scot term in effect or majority, and it comes from autoration of English word effect. So something without feck is something without effect or inaffective. in the past feckful meaning eficiant study or powerful made or-? in this case the weak has outlived the strong ,feckless is commonly used in English word today,but feckless is fallen out of use.
作者: overstar2009    时间: 2009-4-7 00:41     标题: HOMEWORK

The word of day is "feckless", spelled f-e-c-k-l-e-s-s.  Feckless is an adjective that means weak or ineffective.  It can also means worthless and irresponsible.  Here is the word used in sentence.  Although traver was admired by his colleagues at the newspaper, he turned out to be a feckless reporter.  And so he was resigned to the copy-desk.  Some one feckless is lacking in feck.  You might very well ask what is feck.  Feck is scot's term that means effect or majority, and comes from alteration of the middle English word effect.  So something without feck is without effect or ineffective.  In the past, feckful meaning efficient, sturdy or powerful, made an occasional appearence but in this case the weak has outlived strong.  Feckless is a commonly used English word today but feckful has fallen out of use.

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作者: crestyn    时间: 2009-4-7 09:57

what are you speaking?
作者: liuwei@vivi    时间: 2009-4-8 13:24     标题: Homework

The world of the day is feckless, spelled feckless. Feckless is an adjective that means weak or ineffective. It can also mean worthless and irresponsible. Here is a word used in the sentence. Although Trevor was admired by his colleagues at the newspapers he turned out to be a feckless reporter, and so he was resigned to the cope desk. Someone feckless is lacking in feck. You might very well ask what is feck. Feck is a Scot’s term that means effect or majority and comes from the alteration of middle English word effect. So something without feck is without effect or ineffective. In the past, feckful meaning efficient sturdy or powerful made an occasional appearence. But in this case the weak has outlived the strong. Feckless is commonly used English word today but feckful has fallen out of use.
作者: xbwinzaghi    时间: 2009-4-10 22:00

为什么好多人把FALLEN听成了FAWN???
作者: 吖扣    时间: 2009-4-14 17:49

The word of today is "feckless", spelled"F-E-C-K-L-E-S-S". Feckless ia an adjective which means weak or ineffective. It can also mean workless and irresponsible. Here's the word used sentence: Although Trevor was admired by his colleagues at the newspaper, he turned out to be a feckless reporter, and so he was resigned to the copydesk. Someone feckless is lacking in feck. You might very well ask what is feck? Feck is Scot's term that means effect or majority, and comes from alternation of the middle English word "effect". So something without feck is without effect, or ineffective. In the past, feckful meaning efficient to study or powerful made an occassional appearance. But in this case the weak has out-lived the strong. Feckless is a commonly-used English word today, but feckful has fallen out of use.
作者: binlight    时间: 2009-4-19 10:26

HOMEWORK
The word of the day is feckless, spelled f-e-c-k-l-e-s-s. Feckless is an adjective that means weak or ineffective. It can also mean worthless or irresponsible. Here is the word used in a sentence. Although Traver was admired by the his collogues at the newspaper, he turned out to be feckless reporter, and so he was resigned to the copy desk. Someone feckless is lacking in feck. You may very well ask what is feck. Feck is Scott terms
that means effect or majority and comes from alteration of mid-English word effect. So something without feck is without effect is ineffective. In the past, feckful meaning efficient, dirty or powerful, made occasionally appearance but in this case the weak has outlived
the strong. Feckless is commonly used word today, but feckful has fallen out of use.

作者: 150232240    时间: 2009-4-28 11:52

The word of the day is feckless, spelled f e c k l e s s. Feckless is an adjective that means weak or ineffective, it can also mean worthless and irresponsible. Here’s the word used in a sentence: although triver was admired by his colleagues at newspaper he turned out to be a feckless report er and so he was resigned to the cope desk. Someone feckless is lacking in feck. You might very well ask what is feck. Feck is a Scot’s term that means effect or majority. And comes from an alteration of the middle English word effect. So something without feck is without effect or ineffective. In the past feckful, meaning efficient sturdy or powerful made occasional appearance but in this case the weak has outlived the strong. Feckless is a commonly used English word today but feckful has fawn out of use.
作者: 有钱小女巫    时间: 2009-5-30 16:35

本帖最后由 有钱小女巫 于 2009-5-30 16:36 编辑

HW:



The word of the day is fleckless, spelled f-e-c-k-l-e-s-s.



Fleckless is an adjective that means weak or ineffective. It can also mean worthless and irresponsible.   



Here's the word used in a sentence: Although Trevor was admired by his colleagues at the newspaper, he turned out to be a fleckless reporter, and so he was resigned to the copy desk.



Someone fleckless is lack in feck. You might very well ask what is feck. Feck is a Scots terms that means effect or majority, and comes from alteration of the Middle English word "effect". So something without fect is without effect, or ineffective.



In the past, fectful, meaning efficient, sturdy or powerful made an occasional appearance, but in this case, the weak has outlived the strong. Feckless is a commonly used in English word today. But feckful has fallen out of use.


Words and expressions:
Sturdy: strong adj. 强健的,健全的




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