My post-COVID Follow-Up: Creative Vocabulary Resources

Here they are: the links for “Eight Ways to Explore New Vocabulary Words”

Since COVID mixed things up a bit for me personally last week, I’m mixing things up a bit this week. I’ll explain in this quick video.


Please leave a comment with all the questions you have! And if you’re wondering about the post where I discussed these resources, here it is: Eight Ways to Explore New Vocabulary Words.

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Published by Marilyn Yung

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