The truth is that death, taxes, and the weekly spelling test are inevitable. It's odd that for homeschool students and studnets in public, private, parochial or charter schools, one of the few constants is the weekly spelling test. The teacher gives out a lit of spelling words, the kids study them, and on Thursday or Friday, they are tested.
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