Posted by: episystechpubs | February 22, 2013

Editor’s Corner: G is for Goat

Good morning!

It’s time to return to our list of “Spelling, Vocabulary, and Confusing Words” from grammarbook.com. Today’s picture is from my brief vacation up in Tacoma, WA. It’s a Church Family game, where the kids swing from a tree, and the goats (Lewis and Clark) try to head-butt them. Both the children and the goats seem to enjoy it immensely.

gait a manner of walking or stepping, stride

Examples: trotting, galloping, limping

gate barrier

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