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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 ajective 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 mid-19th century, many grammarians 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 interruptions," whereas "continuous" should be used to mean "continuing without interruption," as in "the batteries 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 prescribed sense 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 continues 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 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

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

The Word of Today 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 occurring in study usually rapt succession .Here is the word use in a sentence.The continual blaring of car loud outside made it very difficult for us to focus on our working.   
Since the mid-nineteenth century many grown * have a strong distinction between the word continual and continues.
They insist that continual should only mean occurring at regular intervals as and the teacher was annoyed by their continual interruptions whereas continues should be use to mean continuing without interruption as an the battery provided power for up to five hours of continues use.
This distinction overlook fact that the word continual is the old one and was used with both meaning for century before continues appeared on the scene.
The prescribe sense of continues became established only in the 19th century and never success in completely driving out the equivalent sense of continual.
Today continual is the more likely of two to mean occurring but is also continues to be used as it has been since 14th century with the meaning continuing without interruption.

This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
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[Homework]2011-03-15 How to Use a Word

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the word of the day for march fifteenth is continual,spelled continual. continual is an adjective that means continuing in definitely in time without interruption.it can also mean recuring in steady usually rapid succession.here is the word used in a sentence.

the continualing baring of the car 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 word continual and continuous.they sensed that continual should only mean a current act regular intervals as in the teacher was annoyed by their continual interruptions while as continuous should used to mean continuing without interruption as in the batteries provide power for up to 5hours of continuous its use.

this distinction over outlooks fact that the word continual is the older one and used to with both meanings for centuries before continus appeared on the scene.the prescribe sence of continuous became stablish only in the 19th century and never succeeded in completed with driving out the equivalence sence of continual.today,continual is the more likely of two to mean vercuring but it also continuous to be used as it has been 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 March 15th is continual ,spelled c-o-n-t-i-n-u-a-l.Continual is an adjective that means continueing in definately in time without iterruption.It can also mean recurring instead usually rapid succession.Here is the word used in the sentence.

Continual blaring of the car outside made a very difficult for us to forcus on a work.Since the mid 19th century ,many * have drown a distiguishing between the words continual and continues.They insist that continual can only mean accuring at regular intervous as in the teachers was annoyed by their continual interruptions.Well as continuals should be used to mean continueing without interruption as in the batteries provide powerful up to 5 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 continuals appeared on the scene.

The perscribe sense of continuals became established only in the 19t century and never successed in completely driving out the * 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 since the 14th century with the meaning continueing without interruption.

With ur word of the day,I'm Peter.S

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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 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 blarring of the car lied outside made it very difficult for us to foucus 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 occuring at regular intervals 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 the scene. The prescrib sense of continues became establish only in the 19th century and it never successed in completely driving out of 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 happened since the 14th century with the meaning continuing without interruption.

With your word of the day, I am Peter Sokolowski.

This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
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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 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 Carolina 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 occurring 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 provided power for up to 5 hours of continuous use. This distinction of looks of the fact that the word continual is the old one and was used with both meaning 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 equivalent sense of continual. Today continual is more likely of the two to mean reoccurring but it also continues 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.

This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
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The word 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 in steady usually repeated succession. Here the word used in the sentence. The continual blaring of the car lay our side made very difficult for us to focus on our work. Since the mid 19 century many ** have drown a distinction between the words continual and continues. Then sister that continual should only mean occurring at a regular intervals as the teacher was noised by their continual interruption. Whereas, continues should be use to mean continuing without interruption. As then the ** provide powerful up to five hours of continues use. This distinction look the fact that the work continual is the older one and was used with both meaning for century before continues appeared on the same. The prescribe ** continues become establish only in 19 century and never succeed in completely driving out the equivalence science of continual. Today continual is the more likely of the two to mean recurring, but is also continues to be use as the husband since the 14th century with the meaning continuing without interruption. With you word of the day I am peter sakelasiki.
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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 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.


With your Word of the Day, I'm Peter Sokolowski
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[Homework]2011-03-15 How to Use a Word

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15is continual spell continual continual is a nagictive means continuing indifferently in time without interruption .it can also mean recurry insteady usually rapid succsation used the word in the setence,the continual playing of the car on side made a very difficult for a still focus on thier work.
since the date 19th centry many ***** have drown a distinction between the words continualand continues ,the insist at continual should only be occuring at regular intervals as am the teacher was ignoy by their continual interruption where we ask continues should be used to be continuing without interruption as the batterrys provoided a powerfull up to five hours of continues use ,this distinction overlooks the fact that the word continues is the under what an was used wiht both centries before the continues appears on the sea. the perscrip sense of continues speaking established only in the 19th centry and it never succeeded in completed driving out the equivling sense of continual ,today continual is the more likely of two to need vocurry ,but it also continues to be used as the men sense the 14th centry with the meaning continuing without interruption.  with record of today on petter.

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the word for **** 50 is continual,spelled continual.Continual is a **** that mean continuing indefinitly in time without interruption, it can also mean recurring in steady usually repeat succession. Here is the word used in the sentence.The continual **** of the **** outside made it very difficult for us to focus on our words. Since the mid-ninteen century, many grammarians have drawn a distiction between the words continual and continous. They insist that continual should only mean accuring at regular interval as in The teacher was annoyed by their continual interruption while as continous should be used to mean continuing without interruption as in The battery provided power for up to five hours as continous use. This distinction overlooks the fact that word continual is the older one and used with both meaning for centuries before continous appear on a sense. The **** sense of continous became **** only in the ninteen century and it never secceed in competely driving out the **** sense of continual. Today continual is the more likely of the two to mean recurring but it also continous to be used as it has been sense the fourteen century with the meaning continuing without interruption.
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word of the day for march 15th is continal spelled c-o-n-t-i-n-a-l.continal is an adjective that means continue indefinately in time without interruption.It can also mean recuring insteady usually rapid succesion.Here is the word used in a sentence.The continual blairing of a car limte outside of the made it very difficult for  us to focus on our work .Since the middle 19th century,many gramerians have drawn a distinction between the words continuable and continues .They insisted that continue should only  mean ocurring at regular intervoles as in the teacher was annoyed by their contunal interruptions.Whereas continues should be used to mean continuing wihtout interruption as in the baderies provide it power for up to 5 hour of continues use.This distinction overlooks the fact that the word continuable is the older one and  was used with both meanings for centuries before continues appeared on the sence.The perscribes of  sence of continues became established  only in the 19th century and never succeeded in complitely drawing out the equiverlent sence of continuable.today continue is the more likely of the two to mean  recurring but it also continues to be used as the hasbeening since 14th century with the meaning continuing without interruption.

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

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The word of the day for March 15th is continual word,spelled c-o-n-t-i-n-u-a-l.
Continual is an adjective that means continue indefinitly in time without interuption,it can also mean recuring in steady usually repeated succession.
Here is the word used in a sentence,the continual of bluring of the car alarm outsides made it very difficult for us to focus on our work. Since the Med-19th centry,many grammiarions have droven a distigush between the words continuble and continous,then isist that continual should only mean accuring at regular intervals as in the teacher was annoyed by their continual interruptions.Where as continual should be used to mean continual without interruption as the battaries provide power for up to 5 hours continous use. This distiction overlooked fact that the word continual is the older one and was used with both meaning for centuries before continual appeared on the theme. The pescribe sense of continual became estiblished only in 19th century and never succeded completely driving equivlence and the sense of continual.
Today,continual is the more likely of the two to mean occuring,but it also continual to be used as it has been used in the 14th century with the meaning continual without interruption.
With your words of the day,I'm Peter Sankelosgy

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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 indefinitely in time without interuption. 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 interuptions. Whereas continuous should be used to mean continuing without interuption as in the better is 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 prescribed sense of contiuous 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 continues to be used as it has been since the 14th century with the meaning continuing without interuption.

With your word of the day I'm Peter.
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