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    How do i form a sentence using "Stagnant" and "Monolith"?

    How do i form a sentence using "Stagnant" and "Monolith"?

    I have trouble trying to decipher the original meaning of "Monolith" in the first place, so I can't complete this simple assignment!

    Thanks for the help

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    Re: How do i form a sentence using "Stagnant" and "Monolith"?

    Quote Originally Posted by ZenithOfEnglish View Post
    How do i form a sentence using "Stagnant" and "Monolith"?

    I have trouble trying to decipher the original meaning of "Monolith" in the first place, so I can't complete this simple assignment!

    Thanks for the help
    **Not a teacher**

    stagnant - definition of stagnant by Macmillan Dictionary
    monolith - definition of monolith by Macmillan Dictionary

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    Re: How do i form a sentence using "Stagnant" and "Monolith"?

    Hopefully you have now found good definitions of the two words. Note that we do not help with assignments. There is no need to capitalise either of the words you have put in quotes. However, you must capitalise "I" at all times.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: How do i form a sentence using "Stagnant" and "Monolith"?

    Quote Originally Posted by ZenithOfEnglish View Post
    How do i form a sentence using "Stagnant" and "Monolith"?

    I have trouble trying to decipher the original meaning of "Monolith" in the first place, so I can't complete this simple assignment!

    Thanks for the help
    Is this a homework assignment?

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    Re: How do i form a sentence using "Stagnant" and "Monolith"?

    Well... Its not REALLY a homework assignment since you don't have to submit it to have it marked, although my teacher does recommend us to complete it, it's not compulsory, more to self practice.

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    Re: How do i form a sentence using "Stagnant" and "Monolith"?

    Quote Originally Posted by ZenithOfEnglish View Post
    Well... Its not REALLY a homework assignment since you don't have to submit it to have it marked, although my teacher does recommend us to complete it, it's not compulsory, more to self practice.
    OK. I advise you start by looking up the two words in a number of dictionaries. You can find many here: OneLook Dictionary Search

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