8 August 2014


Vocabulary building is important for both reading comprehension and writing. 

Use the following two words in one sentence (note the part of speech).

proclivity (noun) and obsessive (verb).

To further improve your vocabulary, remember to check out the Word of the Day
The site also has word games and puzzles.


Audrey L said...

The bad proclivity of this government obsessed him.

rehabo said...

Her proclivity for acting make her obsesses with cateresses' life.

Michael said...

Audrey, I'm not sure you used "proclivity" properly. rehabo got it right, though.

On the other hand, you used "obsessed" well, whereas rehabo's sentence has some serious problems.

Michael said...

Also, I realize now that I called "obsessive" a verb. The verb, of course, is "obsess". Sorry about that!