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1.Asset: something positive, skills.

2.Unfathomable: really hard to understand.

3.Riverly: two enemies who cant resolve their differences.

4.Gingerly: carefully, cautiously.

5.Sagely In a way of wisdom.

6.Roguishly: characteristic of a dishonest or unprincipled person.

7.Incredulous: Unwilling to believe, sceptical.

8.Nonchalaantly: calm and causal, unmoved, unexcited or indifferent attitude.

9.Abiding: Enduring.

10.Digested: to absorb energy.

Sentences

  1. I have great assets in hockey.

  2. The death toll from the tsunami is unfathomable.

  3. The greasers and the soc’s have a big rivalry.

  4. When I’m walking into a dark room, I usually do it gingerly.

  5. Usually older people are sagely.

  6. A person is a roguishly person if they betray they’re country or people who believe in them.

  7. If something bad happens to someone, they might be a little incredulous.

  8. The man just stood there with a nonchalantly look on his face.

  9. The poor man had to abide a lot of pain.
10.I took a few moments to digest the information.
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Hello Jonathan

Here are some corrections in bold:

1.Asset: something positive; a skill.
2.Unfathomable: really hard to understand.
3.Rivalry: two enemies who can't resolve their differences. Not necessarily enemies.
4.Gingerly: carefully, cautiously.
5.Sagely: wisely.
6.Roguishly: characteristic of a dishonest or unprincipled person. Not quite. More like mischievously.
7.Incredulous: Unwilling to believe, sceptical.
8.Nonchalantly: calm and casual, unmoved, unexcited or indifferent attitude.
9.Abiding: Enduring.
10.Digest: to process food in your stomach. Also used metaphorically.
Sentences
  1. I have great assets in hockey. -- Not quite. Have another try. Think of a sentence beginning "He is a great asset".
  2. The death toll from the tsunami is unfathomable. -- ok, bit slightly odd. Try again.
  3. The greasers and the soc’s have a big rivalry. -- Not quite. Have another try.
  4. When I’m walking into a dark room, I usually do it gingerly. -- -- Not quite. Have another try. "Gingerly" has a sense of "to avoid disturbing something".
  5. Usually older people are sagely. -- -- Not quite. Have another try. Remember that sagely is an adverb.
  6. A person is a roguishly person if they betray they’re country or people who believe in them. -- No; it's an adverb, remember. See revised definition above.
  7. If something bad happens to someone, they might be a little incredulous. -- ok, but slightly odd. Try again.
  8. The man just stood there with a nonchalantly look on his face. -- No; remember it's an adverb.
  9. The poor man had to abide a lot of pain. -- Ok.

  10. I took a few moments to digest the information.-- fine.


  11. MrP
Comments  
Thanks for your corrections and interest Mr Pedantic. Take care