Very rarely, randomness will make the same word appear twice in the group of five. When that happens, take it as a challenge to find a related word - so, if aurum shows up twice in the list, maybe you can use both aurum and a related word like aureus or auratus in your sentence(s).
Vocabulary Challenge for Today:
Random Vocabulary Challenge:
Here is the challenge:
Can you manage to fit all five words into a single sentence? If so, that's great!
Alternatively, you might want to use several sentences. See if you can turn those sentences into a little story.
If you come up with a sentence or sentence(s) that you are proud of and would like to share with others, post them as a comment here at the blog. Make sure you list the five words at the beginning of the sentence(s) so that people can see what you were working with. Here's an example:
fera - saepe - summus - satis - scio: Ferae enim homines non sunt, sed satis sciunt, et saepe summa!
ante - ostium - de - autem - antequam: Antequam ostium aperio, scire volo aliquid de homine qui ante ostium stat; ille autem nihil loquitur.Here are some more examples - I'll be tagging the posts at this blog as "challenge" when I decided to give it a try!