can (verb) to know how to to be able to
I think that I can climb that fence with little effort. may (verb) to be allowed to May I help you with those heavy bundles?
cent: (noun) one penny 1/100 of a dollar
Lou found one cent under the couch. scent: (noun) a smell odor (verb) to smell to perceive with the nose
Do you smell the scent of raccoon? (noun)
I scent a raccoon around here. (verb)
cite: (verb) to quote
A respected attorney will often cite several cases in her argument. site: (noun) piece of land; location
Our favorite restaurant chain plans to build a new establishment on
continual: (adjective) happening over and over again
The continual good behavior of the class members earned them free
time each Friday. continuous: (adjective) happening without interruption
The continuous noise of the hammers and saws disturbed the workshop
doesnít: (contraction for does + not) does not
Steven doesnít think that we will need three umbrellas for the
beach today. donít: (contraction for do + not; considered substandard usage) do not
or does not
We donít know what the future will bring.
These leopard spotted jellies are appropriately decorated, considering theyre terrifying predators if youre a plankton. This species, Mastigias papua is known as the spotted jelly or the lagoon jelly. They live in coastal waters in the South Pacific and grow about 5.5 inches (14 to 16 centimeters) in diameter.
But what makes spotted jellies really cool is that they grow their own gardens. The jellies get their greenish brown tinge from algae that they harbor. The algae is a handy food source for the jellies. Some of the larger individuals will even keep extra hangers on: Little minnows that live inside the jellyfishs bell until theyre large enough to face the wider ocean.