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Word of the Week
by Gladys Wee Pei Xi - Thursday, 28 May 2015, 12:13 pm
 

1. grit (noun)

Meaning: courage and determination despite difficulty

Sentence: It takes true grit to stand up to a bully.

 

2. Resentment (noun)

Meaning: refers to the feeling of anger towards being treated unfairly

Sentence: She bore bitter feelings of resentment toward her ex-husband.

 
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Sparkling Classroom Campaign
by Ahmad bin Mohamed Moktar - Wednesday, 27 May 2015, 9:28 am
 

Dear Marsilings, the monthly results of MSL's Sparkling Classroom Campaign is out!!! We are pleased to announce the top 3 results for the month of May.

 

While we acknowledge the exemplary effort of these classes, it has been observed there was a lot of clutter around the teachers’ table, ...

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Mobile Library
by Sumiati Bte Wahid - Tuesday, 26 May 2015, 2:43 pm
 

Attention Marsilings,

There will be mobile library on 27 May 2015 (Wednesday) at the Concourse area.  Students are encouraged to bring along their EZ-Link card during recess.

The themes for this mobile library are 'Fantasy', 'Adventure' and 'New Arrivals'. Do come to borrow the books for the coming holidays.

 

Mdm Sumiati

On behalf of LIbrary Committee 

 

 
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Word of the Week
by Gladys Wee Pei Xi - Monday, 25 May 2015, 12:18 pm
 
1. impending (adj)
Meaning: approaching or forthcoming
Sentence: The siren on the ship was sounded to warn the crew of an impending danger.
 
2. extensive (adj)
Meaning: large in amount or area
Sentence: The flood had caused extensive damage to the village.
 
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Word of the Week
by Gladys Wee Pei Xi - Monday, 18 May 2015, 8:38 am
 
  1. painstakingly

    Meaning: Painstakingly is the adverb form of the word painstaking and painstaking refers to the act of taking pains or trouble to do something, or to show diligent care and effort in doing something.

     

    Sentence: Despite their family’s background, his mother had painstakingly ...

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