Vocab-ability Numbers–369 (oct = 8, eight) – A More Powerful Vocabulary (earn UpVotes with “Vocab Practice” exercise)

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My vocab practice

1.- I love sea food and octopus is one of my favorites,

2.- Ana likes to sing "O Sole Mio" one octave higher than her vocal record allows.

3.-Her octogenarian grandmother is trying to play computer games and sometimes she doesn't what to do.

4.-October is one of my favorite months, it's mom's birthday month.

MY VOCAB PRACTICE

  1. I've never seen an octopus in real life.
  2. The octogenarian was placed on bed rest for two weeks.
  3. October is usually a very festive month in my family.
  4. She finds it difficult singing in high octave

MY VOCAB PRACTICE

  1. When I have the chance, I order octopus at the restaurant since it is so good and so rare in my country.
  2. Even if I practice every day, I will never get to sing one good octave.
  3. I love it when octogenarians try to use technologies, it is always funny.
  4. My next vacation will be in October, and I still have to decide where I want to go.

MY VOCAB PRACTICE:

  1. Eating an octopus, is definitely not for me!
  2. Very few singers are able to sing in high octaves.
  3. The Brown's family is filled with octogenarians.
  4. There's something special about the month of October for me that I can't just figure out!
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Good work!
p.s. October = Octoberfest = beer. That's why it's special! ☺

thanks for this

Thank you for this little demonstration of "vocabulary" ... greetings

My vocab practice

1.- I love sea food and octopus is one of my favorites,

2.- Ana likes to sing "O Sole Mio" one octave higher than her vocal record allows.

3.-Her octogenarian grandmother is trying to play computer games and sometimes she doesn't know what to do.

4.-October is one of my favorite months, it's mom's birthday month.

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