The climax of "The Trout" was when Julia climbed out of her window to go rescue the fish from the well.
My dog always tries to fascinate me.My friend tried to fascinate me by doing a magic trick.
You fascinate me with this question! (Of course it is!)
To fascinate means to enthrall. Here are some sentences.The shiny necklace should fascinate the baby.I found that a moving string will fascinate a kitten.The sound of a good orchestra will fascinate a music lover.
The dog i walked was fascinate
Yes, the word fascinate is a verb.
She would continue to fascinate him.
That is the correct spelling of "fascinate" (to interest or intrigue).
Fascinated is the past tense of fascinate.
Fascinate means to awe someone with an interest. Example: Birds fascinate me because of their exquisite feathers.
A trout is a fish so it swims
A trout has a spine, so is a vertebrate.
The call of the loon never fails to fascinate me. The lure of the sea continues to fascinate men the world over.
To fascinate someone, I show them a magic trick.
The cast of Love and Trout - 1916 includes: Julia Dodson Thomas Keogh Wilfred Lytell Jessie Miller
The technology in this world fascinates me.
Rainbows Rainbows fascinate Rainbows Rainbows..!
Watching butterflies never fails to fascinate me.
The noun forms of the verb to fascinate are fascinationand the gerund, fascinating.
Fascinate is a word that describes something mesmerizing. An example of the word fascinate in a complex sentence might be, " The flamethrower and acrobats managed to fascinate the crowd, redirecting their attention from the crisis with the clowns that was going on next door."
Fascinate derives from the Latin fascinare, meaning to enchant or cast a spell.
She wanted to fascinate the crowd and leave them awestruck.
The abstract noun forms of the verb to fascinate are fascination and the gerund, fascinating.
The word 'fascinate' is a verb; fascinate, fascinates, fascinating, fascinated.The noun forms of the verb to fascinate are fascination and the gerund, fascinating.The adjective forms of the verb to fascinate are the present participle, fascinating, and the past participle, fascinated.Examples:Her ear piercing fascinated me. (verb)Fascination can lead to destruction. (noun)That's a fascinating fact. (adjective)
The color variation in the trout is because the trout are camouflaging themselves so they can't be seen by predators. For example in the meadow, trout are in the shadows so their backs will be dark whereas in the rapids it is light so the trouts' back will be light.