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Intermediate nouns in English can be tough to remember. But having a few simple images like these can go a long way to making them stick.
There are about a million words in English and I doubt I’ll be able to illustrate them all. That won’t stop me from trying though. If you’d like to see a word added to these galleries just hit me up and let me know. (HINT: One-word requests are much easier to make than long lists of words.)
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Please draw a 45 degree angle. (often misspelled)
An asterisk is often used to mark a footnote or a correction if you’re taxing. *texting.
I don’t believe in magic or ghosts or gods and things like that. I’m an atheist.
Atlas was a titan who held the earth on his shoulders. Today an atlas is a book of road maps.
The mountains in the background were beautiful.
There’s a ban on smoking here.
The police used bludgeons on the man with the bomb.
Men act like real boobs when they see nice boobs.
Calvary is the hill where Christians say the Romans crucified Christ.
We wear camouflage in the woods to be harder see.
I like your caricature of Lincoln.
The cavalry were mounted soldiers. Today they ride armored vehicles.
My uncle is a real chauvinist. He doesn’t like or respect women.
There was a beautiful corona of light around the sun.
There was a sharp decrease in rainfall last year.
Sometimes I get deja vu. That weird feeling like I’ve done something before.
Where will you be when diarrhea strikes.
Use your digits to count out the digits.
There’s going to be an eclipse this week.
I really need an espresso.
The detective found lots of evidence of a crime.
The fatigue I felt at the end of the marathon was just overwhelming.
I’m proud to be your fiancé.
Look out for the spelling difference between fiancée and fiancé.
Will you be my fiancée?
Those are my friends in the foreground of the picture.
Your dad is a real gourmet.
They had grimaces on their faces.
Smoking is a bad habit.
Animals need clean natural habitats to survive.
In elementary school we wrote haikus. They are so cool. Just remember 5, 7, 5.
She was crippled by deep heartache after her husband died.
Oh wow! That guy is such a heartthrob.
There was an increase in rainfall this summer.
A little indulgence once in a while is ok.
My sister has an infatuation with Leo.
The launch was a complete success.
I fell off a tree limb but luckily I didn’t break any of my limbs.
I want to lose weight but my wife says love handles are cute.
Last night I watched a lunar eclipse.
We don’t sell cigarettes to minors.
My friend is sitting in the middle ground of the photo, near the tent.
There is a cool moat around the castle.
I don’t like narcissists. They just love themselves. It’s gross.
Look at the beautiful nooks and crannies on those muffins.
Our simple little trip turned into an incredible odyssey.
I guess I’m an optimist. I think things are going to be ok.
He went into a panic when he saw the actor.
Carrying a parasol helps block out the sun.
There was a cool partial eclipse last week.
The peak of the mountain was covered in snow.
I know I’m a pessimist. I just don’t think things are going to be ok.
Stretching might help your posture.
I watched a great presentation at work this week.
The presenter did a good job.
You call it procrastination, but I call it relaxation.
Max Roach is a drummer with amazing rhythm.
Is your name on the roster?
I have to give myself a good shave.
The siblings looks so cute in their crib.
I need some sleep.
There’s going to be a lunar eclipse this weekend!
Do you want to go for a swim?
Steve has a bad temper. He gets angry easily.
Wow! I’ve never seen a total eclipse before.
Try to keep your water use down.
The ball reached its zenith and fell into his arms.