I am not good in english. Trust me! But, I try to be better, word-by-word.
I have finished reading The Great Gatsby for twice. It was created by F.Scott Fitzgerald in early twentieth century. According to the publisher, this book is one of the great classics literature, at its period. How’s the story? You’d better to check by yourself.
The only one that I want to tell is about a word. The word that named utterly. In the chapter one from that book, Tom Buchacan said, “Well, it’s a fine book, and everybody ought to read it. The idea is if we don’t look out the white race will be — will be utterly submerged. It’s all scientific stuff, it’s been proved.” I take the meaning of that word by using Oxford pocket dictionary. Word ‘utterly’ is an adverb. It come from a basic form, utter (adjective). Utter mean complete as we know that utterly mean completely.
Utterly is a new word for me. Mr.G — a-friend that I’ve told to you before — suggest me to learn about every new word in my life by writing them into sentences. I think the idea is fair enough. So, now a day I always force myself to start writing a new sentence with a new word. And, this is my-first-utterly word in a sentence, “I have written a short-self-talk since 1 A.M., and it utterly finish right now.”