I hope you're fully recovered from any New Year celebrations because here's a good one. Ready? Here we go!
To seek his fortune, Alonzo is starting a camp that aims to teach kids how to catch footballs, but it's not going well. He starts to think: "How can I get more kids to attend my camp? Oh, I know! Curious has entrepreneurship and marketing lessons!" So he decides to buy a subscription to Curious.
What do these verbs all have in common?
seek, teach, catch, think, get, buy
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I think this one is pretty tricky, but if you get it, it's pretty cool. In American English, the past tense of all the verbs are irregular and rhyme:
- seek => sought
- teach => taught
- catch => caught
- think => thought
- get => got
- buy => bought