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1. John Larrysson's Column: Magic E and the Long U Sound Publishing Date: 2017/10/10
  There are several common spelling patterns for the long U sound.1 In this article I will cover what is called magic e. (Or as we might tell kids, a silent e at the end of a word makes the vowel inside say it’s name.)
2. John Larrysson's Column: What do they do? Medical Jobs Publishing Date: 2017/9/26
  Will you, or someone you know, be a patient (sick person) in a hospital? Be sure you know what jobs people in a hospital are expected to do. It is not a nurse's job to bring you a glass of water, even if they do so to be kind.
3. John Larrysson's Column: English Problems in Medicine Publishing Date: 2017/9/12
  When people talk to doctors there are many potential language confusions. I have heard people describe an illness as both acute and chronic thinking that they mean a serious illness. These words are opposites. An acute illness is sudden, such as being hit by a car. A chronic illness is one that has developed over a long time and recovery will likely take a long time. A person can have both of these opposites, but only in special situations. The acute damage from a car accident might cause very long term chronic problems. The words acute and chronic refer to time, not severity.
4. John Larrysson Column : Birthday Spanking Summer Story Chapter 5 (Sundays) - Part 9 Publishing Date: 2017/8/30
  That morning when her father came in to breakfast he caught Laura and said he must give her a spanking!
5. John Larrysson's Kitchen: Doughnuts Publishing Date: 2017/8/29
  There are claims that the doughnut (also spelt donut) is an American invention or was invented by some particular person in England. However, as I will show, these claims are false. First let us look at what a doughnut is.
6. John Larrysson Column : Sunday Music Summer Story Chapter 5 (Sundays) - Part 8 Publishing Date: 2017/8/23
  Laura was tired of sitting quietly and being good on Sunday. She wanted to play. Instead of spanking her, her father told her a story about how Sunday was much stricter when her grandfather was a little boy. (link.mingpao.com/51289.htm)
7. John Larrysson Column:The Story of Grandfather's Sledge and the Pig (p4) Summer Story Chapter 5 (Sundays) - Part 7 Publishing Date: 2017/8/16
  Laura's father is telling her a story about being good on Sunday.
8. John Larrysson's Kitchen: Cookies & Biscuits Publishing Date: 2017/8/15
  The British and Americans disagree over the meaning of cookies & biscuits. However both words come from different traditions in the British Isles and both are correct. Some so-called American words actually come from England.
9. John Larrysson Column:The Story of Grandfather's Sledge and the Pig (p3) Summer Story Chapter 5 (Sundays) - Part 6 Publishing Date: 2017/8/9
  The boys thought about their new sledge. They wanted to slide downhill. But it was Sunday and no work or play was allowed. They looked at their Christian textbook and they thought about the new sledge. It seemed that Sunday would never end.
10. John Larrysson Column:The Story of Grandfather's Sledge and the Pig (p2) Summer Story Chapter 5 (Sundays) - Part 5 Publishing Date: 2017/8/2
  Laura's father is telling her a story about being good on Sunday.

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