2016 saw a word on this blog spot every week - and this is the final word to share, Tis complete... but really! Is anything ever COMPLETE? Complete a sentence this week with the word complete /kəmˈpliːt/, surely then you shall have all necessary parts of the phrase.
Such an ancient symbol, and interesting word, a contradiction... maybe our usage of cross /krɒs/ reveals something about us individually?
Do /duː/ or don't utter, write or think the word do this week... maybe act the word do instead. JUST DO!
The word light /lʌɪt/ illuminates me, I love it... what is your light? Use the word light this week, and perceive the light in all that is.
Twenty four hours in one day /deɪ/, when you reach a maturity when you reflect back on a particular day in your life, what will you remember? Make today a positive day, and use the word day in a positive way.
The experiencing of shared musical vibrations is pretty awesome - and it is often why people love going to concerts - so use the word this week, and head to a concert: /ˈkɒnsət/ for some good vibrations.
In the USA, they may wait for a pay check: /tʃɛk/ in the UK check is to ensure something is accurate or correct... but there are several meanings of this useful term... why don't you check them out for yourself... ;o)
Use the word to tell yourself "I am grateful to have balance in all areas of my work and home life." BALANCE: /ˈbal(ə)ns/
We can always be above average, because we can set our own average - be excellent today and use the word GREAT: /ɡreɪt/ this week.... OH AND HAVE A GREAT WEEK!
Always find time to have a holiday, and use the word this week, perhaps to tell somebody that you've booked a holiday: /ˈhɒlɪdeɪ/.