The first really big word you learned when you were little was photosynthesis, amirite?

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That was the second one. My first one was supercalifragilisticexpialidocious.

the first time i heard of photosynthesis was on spongebob

Antidisestablishmentarianism it took me two weeks to spell it and say it hahaha

@Nigglet Antidisestablishmentarianism it took me two weeks to spell it and say it hahaha

I never learned how to spell it, or what it meant, but it was the first big word I "knew".

Deoxyribose nucleic acid sure it's three words but they go together :)

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Is Afrikaans a mix of German and phonetic english? Just wondering.

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Oh okay. That makes sense. Thanks for explaining!

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That's how a little tadpole / becomes a hopping frog
A butterfly grows wings / from a creeping crawling thing
It's metamorphosis!

How I remember that, I have no idea.

Encyclopedia. It doesn't seem big to me anymore, but then, did it ever.

My fourth grade teacher made a big deal about how smart we should feel, knowing as hard a word as photosynthesis. And she was right. It felt awesome.

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Actually, my first big word I learned was simultaneously. Thanks, Mario Party 1.

Wrong. Antidisestablishmentarianism

My first big word was blasphemy.

metamorphosis. Haha I'm pretty sure I was in first grade...

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Mine was otorhinolaryngologist!

Uh, maybe Xylophone? Or paleontologist?

Quinquennially. I learned to spell it in fourth grade.


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