Wednesday, October 15, 2014




“OVER” is used in many ways in the English language. Come OVER, is a casual invitation for you to join friend at his/her home?  Get OVER here is a command to a person or a pet to move in your direction right now.  OVER is often understood by the inflection in one’s voice.  Get OVER it is often used in a dismissive voice to yourself or other’s, basically saying, “I am tired of hearing it, so get OVER it already.”  In a work environment bosses are OVER employees.  That means the boss has the final say OVER any of your opinions or ideas.  OVER is an easy transition word marking the end of a game or conversation.  This is OVER, meaning finished.  OVER has another way of defining a place or object that you are referencing.  The book is OVER there.  Or, the book is OVER-rated.  That sentence implies that the reviews were hyped up about a book that did not add up in your eyes as being all that great.  Many people feel OVER-weight.  If you are one of those people that feel that way then take big steps to change that. OVER weight is dangerous to your health.  OVER is used in so many ways in the English language that it would be hard to communicate to each other without this important word, OVER.  Do not OVER cook the steak or do not OVER estimate the job are important reminders to keep us paying attention.  OVER and out.

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