Here’s some taglish that sounded pretty accurate.
1.Â Use TENACIOUS in a sentence.
I went to the shoe store to buy a pair of TENACIOUS.
2. Use DEDUCT, DEFENSE, DEFEAT,and DETAIL in a sentence.
DEDUCT jumped over DEFENSE,first DEFEAT and then DETAIL.
3. Use DEPOSIT in a sentence.
I hear dripping in the sink. I think DEPOSIT is leaking.
4. Use PERSUADING in a sentence.
Jack and Jill got married on June 1, 1997. So on June 1, 1998, they are going to celebrate their PERSUADING anniversary.
5. Use DEVASTATION in a sentence.
Every morning I wait for the bus at DEVASTATION.
6. Use IRAQ, IRAN, and EGYPT in a sentence.
IRAQ is bigger than a stone. IRAN faster than my friend. EGYPT is smaller than a truck.
7. Use PAUL four times in a sentence.
PAUL, be carePAUL, before you PAUL in the PAUL.
8. Use CUISINE in a sentence.
I hope you studied last night because our teacher might give a CUISINE math.
9. Use PAMPERS and PAPERS in a sentence.
At the gas station, some people PAMPERS and some PAPERS.
10. Use SCHOOLING in a sentence.
Ring, ring…..Hello? Who SCHOOLING?
11. Use TOENAIL in a sentence
To get to Kaneohe, you must go through Wilson TOENAIL.
12. Use PENIS in a sentence.
Before my boy go outside and play, I tell him to PENIS his homework.
13. Use EMPIRE in a sentence.
Ready! Aim! EMPIRE!!!
14. Use DEFICIT in a sentence.
When I go to the pool, I check out how DEFICIT.
15. Use HOSTESS in a sentence.
Hello? Hello? HOSTESS?!!
thanks to cath for bringing this to my attention.