The Weekly Wish

Happy Monday everyone!

This week I wish you an industrious and inspiring week.

You can practise your English by telling us what inspires you to be industrious, or by sharing who or what you find inspiring (and perhaps you can also explain why).

And remember: if you don’t know the adjectives of the week you can look them up on and then use them here or in your next class!



6 thoughts on “The Weekly Wish

  1. Top of the morning to you too Gardeneress,
    I have noticed the Elephant that accompanied today’s post.
    Indeed a very joy Inspiring little member and seems like a very industrious one too.
    Is it your labor of love?

    • How very observant of you H to notice that the elephant is industrious.

      If you look even closer you will see he is industriously carrying the burden of bag, perhaps full of shopping?

      The photo, as always, is indeed the labour of love of your truly, although full credits must go to Fanty who was a model elephant, quite literally.


  2. Dear Gardener
    This morning I’ve seen the signs of spring in my garden in the form of a beautiful flower bud and a lush Pine tree .However, it needs some industrious and inspiring gardener which I imagine you to be in order to fully blossom. . I was inspired by today’s word to look up the on line dictionary which you kindly mentions in every post. It was a really inspiring experience. I found a lot of interesting information about words, Thank you for that and have a lovely Monday.
    your loyal follower
    P.S The elephant is so cute

  3. Hello,
    Now, what inspires to me the most to be industrious is studying English for my upcoming examination! Jajajajaja…. Seriously, I should be very industrious from now to my deadline! Have a nice day!

    Our inspire gardener: hope to see you very soon!! 🙂

    • Dear Ainhoa,

      I am glad to hear that you are feeling inspired by the IELTS, and can’t wait to hear how industrious you’ve been this week when we next meet (in about 15 minutes!).

      Re your use of the word ‘inspire’ in the last line, it may be a typo but ‘inspire’ is a verb.
      The adjective would be ‘inspired’ or ‘inspiring’ and we humbly accept either of the above with gratitude 🙂

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