Friday FunTGIF! Time for a few minutes of seemingly mindless fun, with a secret learning component (thanks to Merriam-Webster and Oxford Dictionaries):

Correct the malapropisms, where one word is used mistakenly for another, like “I was prostate with grief” vs. “I was prostrate with grief.”

Make a word as fast as possible with the tiles given in Scrabble Sprint. (Apologies for the addictive nature of this!)

Find all the food-related words in the puzzles with Eat Your Words.

How strong is your vocabulary? Can you tell the difference between a bunker or the rough on a golf course, or recognize a board game as Kendo or Go? Show your stuff in Name That Thing.

Enjoy!

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