Hope: I think it starts with a “D”, Mabel: You are correct, Hope: “e”, “f”, “i”, “n”, “i” “e”. Oh my! Can I have a sip of water? Mabel: Really, Hope. Okay here’s your sip of water. Hope: Ready! “n”, “d”, “u”, “m”. Whew!!!! Mabel: Now that you spelled the word, please pronounce and define the word. Hope: Really? I spelled it correctly, why do I have to say it, plus give a definition? Definiendum – in my own words; all of a sudden you decide to create a word. Your next step would be to define your fabulous new word. I hope I got it straight!!!!
Okay, gang here we go down the crooked road to aunt Mabel’s home.
There was a crooked man, and he walked a crooked mile, He found a crooked sixpence, against a crooked stile, He bought a crooked cat which caught a crooked mouse, And they all lived together in a little crooked house. Poem by Mother Goose Poetry Foundation.org
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