" (hypernym) provide, supply, ply, cater (derivation) accommodation4.

It is a collection of lists and examples that seem to be just stuff the author has amassed and decided to throw together. The subtitle is actually somewhat misleading here, since it's not actually about why nobody can spell, but rather just a series of anecdotes and quizzes about spelling in general. Vivian Cook is professor of applied linguistics at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne.

cemetery semetary cemetary I didn't find this book as entertaining or informative as I had hoped.

accommodatingaccommodateness c*com"mo*date*ness, n. make fit for, or change to suit a new purpose; "Adapt our native cuisine to the available food resources of the new country" (synonym) adapt (hypernym) change, alter, vary (hyponym) adjust (derivation) adjustment, accommodation, fitting3.

provide with something desired or needed; "Can you accommodate me with a rental car?

provide housing for; "We are lodging three foreign students this semester" (synonym) lodge (hypernym) house, put up, domiciliate (hyponym) barrack (derivation) accommodation6.

provide a service or favor for someone; "We had to oblige him" (synonym) oblige (hypernym) comply, follow, abide by (derivation) accommodation7.

make compatible with; "The scientists had to accommodate the new results with the existing theories" (synonym) reconcile, conciliate (hypernym) harmonize, harmonise (derivation) adjustment, accommodation, fitting helpful in bringing about a harmonious adaptation, Obliging; willing to do favors*They were always gracious, always to me. and one thing I think we all need to remember is that one man's freedom fighter is another's terrorist.

they have their own stories and their own points of view, which they are eager to project. but one of the things that has always been curious to me is that most of these men -- and women, to a lesser extent -- are not as adamantly doctrinaire as they are often made out to be. how many "terrorists" of the past -- israel's yitzhak shamir and ariel Sharon, the Palestinian's Yassir Arafat, south africa's nelson mandela -- have now been frequent visitors to the white House?

Since this is an invisible disability, some people have no empathy for it.

I am writing this because it breaks my heart when these students are called "lazy and dumb," when in fact it has nothing to do with how hard they are trying.

If this describes your child, print this out and take it to your child’s teacher.