New Wazza Words for the beginning of March…
Yes, yes, I’ve been remiss! But, I was getting ready to head back to the States from Ecuador, so lots of stuff to do.
Okay, here’s a Spanish word for you: SESGADO. It interested me because I came across it the same week that I had happened upon SEISED. SESGADO means “biased, slanting, bias, askew”. A seamstress used it when we were talking about her profession.
And, yep, I’m going to start with the learning quotes again. Here’s one from the director of the University Conference Bureau, Edward Scannell:
Retention is best when the learner is involved.