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museamuse, writing from Greece, notes that "we have so many .. Greek words in the English language." She's a "translator ... a bilingual Greek-American with a love of words in both languages."

Do I sense a guest word-themer for the Vocabulary Builder section. Muse, how about giving us a weeks worth of words from the Greek, or some sub-theme? Would others enjoy that from her? smile

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Thank you for your Kind invitation, wordcrafter! I will definitely try to rise to the occasion. I'm leaving on vacation in a couple of days (for some idyllic Greek isles - eat your hearts out! razz ) but I will post something before I go and look forward to your postings when I get back in two weeks.
 
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Dear Mr. Wordcrafter,
Following your invitation, I tried to post a new thread in the vocabulary forum, but I got a message saying I do not have the right to start a new topic. The message specified that you had to give me the right. Think you can click some buttons so I can get this out before I leave on vacation?

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Ahhhhh...Muse.....I just got on myself, and I see that Wordcrafter gave you your own thread over in vocabulary to start! I look forward to learning about Greek words! smile
 
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