ENAMOURED BY/ENAMOURED OF/ENAMOURED WITH
"Enamoured by", "enamoured of" and "enamoured with" are three common expressions and often one is misused.
Carefully think about the meaning of each and then determine which one is misused. Give reasons for your choices.
Create sentences for each expression to help you in your determination.
The word for today is "empirical".
What part of speech is "empirical"?
Define "empirical" and use it in a sentence.
What is the philosophy based on this word and what is the major theme of this philosophy?