VCR Lesson 5 Presentation
Fill in the blank with the most appropriate word from Lesson 5.
A strong inclination or liking
Origin and Roots
-Late 17th century
-from the words: penchant (meaning leaning, inclining) and the present participle of the verb pencher
Choose the letter of the sentence in which the bold-faced word is used incorrectly.
b. At the little girl's tea party, the penchant doll made the perfect guest.
c. His messy room mate did not have a penchant for tidiness.
d. Lucy's new found penchant for running put her in the best shape she had ever been in.