1. Compliment

Is a flattering remark you might give to a student, friend, or loved one. 


The second refers to the way that two things might work together to improve or complete something.

2. Here

Denotes a specific location and means “this place, not that place.”


Perceive with the ear the sound.

3. Allowed

You are permitted to do something.


Loudly; audibly; not silently or in a whisper.

4. There

Two Uses:

First is as a way to indicate that something exists (e.g. there are bluebirds, or there is only one president);

Second is to describe a place that is not “here.” 


Belonging to or associated with the people or things previously mentioned or easily identified.


More that one person you would say “they are” or its contraction “they’re.”

5. Your

Belonging to or associated with the person or people that the speaker is addressing.


As a way to shorten “you” and “are.”




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