achieve: bring about or accomplish something.
example: If I work hard enough at skiing, I am sure to achieve enough know-how to ski down the bigger slopes.
assist: to help, give support or aid doing something.
example I like to assist the teacher in readying the classroom for the day by washing the blackboard and placing the daily assignment on each desk.
enamored: to be charmed or captivated by someone or something.
example: Joanne was enamored by the French language, so much so that she took lessons even before languages were introduced at school.
punctuation: the practice or system of using certain conventional marks or characters in writing in order to separate elements and make the meaning clear, as in ending a sentence or separating clauses.
Example: Punctuation, like life, gives things clarity and being understood by others is the key to being happy.
clout: to give more power or significance to something.
Example: I find standing up gives more clout to my words and others are more likely to listen to me.
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