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    • By AnnaIsha Aug 2013
    •  IRRESPONSIBLE: We should not be an irresponsible citizen. IRRELEVANT: She gave irrelevant excuses to escape from completing her essay assignment.  IRREVERSIBLE: This outer coat is irreversible.  IRREGULAR: He does his homework irregularly.  IRRESISTIBLE: The maruucoo is so irresistible not to be eaten.  IRRATIONAL : Get real? You have such an irrational idea.
    •  INTERCITIES: We have perfect transportation lines connecting intercities.  We have variety of transportation modes sprawling in the midst of intercities.  INTERMARRIAGE:  We should promote cross-cultural intermarriage to breed superordinary hereditary geniuses genetics.  INTERMINGLE: We should not intermingle our personal problems into our school’s matters.
    •  MISINTERPRET:  The discipline teacher misinterpreted with his statement and punished him wrongly.  MISUNDERSTANDING:  Shabery Chik has some misunderstandings with Tamby Chik regarding the dorm rules.  MISUSED:  The teenagers nowadays have misused the power of wi-fi internet connection by watching obscene figures without parental supervision.  MISCARRIAGE: Her mother had suffered a post-miscarriage side effect after the lost of her second child.
    •  To be added later…  Copyright AnnaIsha ® Aug 2013