~Quotation of the Week~
Something always takes the place of missing pieces you can take and put together even though you know there's something missing.
Thanks for arriving at the web site for my classes. Click the links at the left for homework updates. If you need to get in touch with me, I prefer email (see address, upper left), though you can also leave a voice mail for me at 206.463.9171 x2105.
Students! I encourage you to make appointments if you have questions, need extra help or want to discuss your grades with me. I am most readily available during lunch, and can often make time after school. Talk to me a ahead of time to set an official appointment. I can also sometimes make time for spur-of-the-moment appointments.
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~Want to know the history of a word? Try: http://www.etymonline.com
~Here's another good dictionary, with actual examples of words in context: http://www.lexic.us
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