CaMLA Global
03/21/2017 at 13:58. Facebook
The cat’s out of the bag! Here are the answers to yesterday’s quiz. Did reading this help you communicate better with your furry friend?

1. Purring
2. feel
3. types/kinds
4. demand/beg
CaMLA Global
03/20/2017 at 13:42. Facebook
Do you have a cat? Do you think that you understand what your cat is trying to tell you? Here’s a short quiz for you to help decipher your cat’s body language. Try to fill in the blanks with words that make sense. We’ll tell you the answers tomorrow!
Here’s a slang term that might sound funny but can actually be quite useful in describing how you’re feeling. Try using it in a conversation today! :)
Which do you like better: chocolate or vanilla? Why? Or do you like both flavors equally? ;)
Many native speakers of English confuse when to use "compliment" and "complement". Try using one (or both) of these words in a new sentence below. :)
Have you ever heard someone say, “It is what it is” and wondered what it meant? Do you know a similar saying from another language besides English? :)
Do you paint, draw, write stories, or poems in your spare time? Why or why not? :)
Do you like surprises? Why or why not? :)
Why do you think this expression came to be used in the figurative sense described? :)
Can you use this word in a sentence?
Do you have a favorite science-fiction book or movie? What is the name of the book or movie? Why do you like it? :)
Do you know of any other idioms with similar meanings? :)
Sometimes it’s the little things that make the difference! :)
Have you had to pivot recently? Perhaps while working on a big project or paper? Try using the word “pivot” in a new sentence below. :)
It’s OK to refer to yourself as clueless about something. But it is rude to tell someone else that they are clueless! :)
Truely or truly? :)
Hi FB friends! Listen to a short statement followed by a question. The correct answer will be given at the end.
Have you ever heard the expression to be “all over the place?” Did you wonder what it meant?
We’ve all blundered at one time or another.
Try writing a new sentence using "influx" below. :)