We are studying fashion again here on The 3D RadioActivity, as we investigate the word dress. It can mean several things. It can be transitive or intransitive as an action verb: to put on one’s clothes, as in he showered and dressed quickly, or to treat or prepare (something) in a certain way; the adjective form denotes Suitable for formal occasions – dress shoes. It can be used in idiomatic form, while it is also a noun, referring to a one-piece garment that covers the body and extends down over the legs. I’m Uncle Marty, stay tuned as Sean and I present the 3D viewpoint which as you know comes in many styles and colors.
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Sean and I will be continuing our look into all things fashionable, next time we will give you a ring. Check in with us on our Facebook page, where I have the graphics for every show, along with links to all of them too. Send email with your ideas along to me, or surf on over to Facebook , and look for The 3D RadioActivity where you can “Like ” the program and leave me a message there too.
Thanks for making us part of the plan, and Rock On!
“Education is When You Read the Fine Print.
Experience is What You Get If You Don’t.”
~ Pete Seeger