1. Read chapter 7. Do what she suggests, with one exception. Instead of writing a poem to fool a spell checker, you may write a short e-mail to a real or imaginary friend. Here is a silly message I sent to a friend which totally fooled my spell checker: Ewe just knead too no eye halve you're back.
2. Choose three words that stump you when you need to spell them. Make a secret code, so they stump you no more.
3. Choose ten of the word pairs on pages 76-84. Write a tongue twister for each pair, using both words correctly.
This one is short and easy!
1. Read chapter 6.
2. Using “The Respectables” list on pages 70-71, write a short dialogue between two people, one who always uses contractions and one who never uses them. What adjectives would you use to describe each of these people?