Today is June 7, 2018, and I’m anticipating with cautious optimism the professional development the administration of my school is mounting today; it may be the first in some time that this group has planned that isn’t a pointless, intellectually vacant and boring waste of time. On this day in 1848, painter Paul Gauguin was born in Paris. In 1965, the United States Supreme Court, on June 7, 1965, handed down the Griswold v. Connecticut decision, which struck down Connecticut’s law banning contraception.
Here is a context clues worksheet on the adjective diminutive, which is a word high schoolers ought to know.
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