Music for the Masses

Friday, June 27, 2008

Mundane Post #2

As promised ...

Here's a well-buried English trick: take any word that isn't a noun. Say, "once," for example. Add -ity to the end of it, and now you have a noun.

Used in a sentence: "The onceity of the situation was rather surprising, given the frequency of the combination of events."

Other word of the day: Bendy. ex. "LEDs on a printed circuit board should not be bendy."

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