Lesson 10- Andrew Bradshaw III
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CASTUS <L. "pure," "spotless"
CASTIGO, CASTIGARE, CASTIGAVI, CASTIGATUM <L. "to punish," "to correct," "to restrain"
ALT FORMS: chastener (n), chastened (adj.)
Choose the Incorrect Sentence
b.) Corporal punishment has become a large ethical debate in the country because chastened children tend to show great test results in school and morally stable lives as adults.
c.) Jodie's mom was a self proclaimed chastener; after she punished her children she always lectured them on the life lessons from their mistake.
d.) Marie did a wonderful job of chastening her children because both her daughters graduated valedictorians in separate years as product of her strict parenting.