Vocab-ability Numbers–370 (nov, non = 9, nine) – A More Powerful Vocabulary (earn UpVotes with “Vocab Practice” exercise)

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  1. I do not recall anything that is in the shape of a nonagon.
  2. There is more and more nonagenarians since medicine makes a lot of innovation
  3. The only cool thing happening in November is my step sister birthday.

Good work!

My Vocab Practice.

  1. When I was in collage, nonagon is rarely use in the examples in our Geometry subject.
  2. I respect the elders especially the nonagenarian.
  3. My crush's birthday is on November.

By the way, thank you for the info about November being the 9th month.😊

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Good work!

My vocab practice

1.- it is not regular to find a nonagon-shaped room.

2.- If I become a nonagenarian I would like it to be very healthy, just like my great grandmother was.

3.- One of my favorite songs of the musical group Guns and Roses is November rain.

Good work!

A - a nonagon or enneagon is a nine-sided polygon or 9-gon. The name nonagon is a prefix hybrid formation, from Latin (nonus, "ninth" + gonon)
B - Seria un orgullo en un futuro ser parte de un grupo de ancianos nonagenarios .
C - Un mes de recuerdos muy especiales y toca micorazon es noviembre .

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Vocab Practice.
nonagon is just before tenagon
if your a nonagenarian it means you where not born in agenarian
November is somewhere in the middle of October and December

My Vocab Practice:

  1. I drew a nonagon in geometry lesson.

  2. Its a great thing to live over nonagenarian.

  3. Love is more beautiful in November.

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