- usefulness /YOOS-fuhl-ness/
- fragrance /FREY-gruhns/
- uncover /uhn-KUHV-er/
- elegance /EL-ih-guhns/
- innocence /IN-uh-suhns/
[noun] – the quality or state of being useful
Mr. Kent talked about the usefulness of artificial intelligence in his speech.
[noun] – a sweet or pleasant smell
The fragrance of herbs put her in a good mood.
[verb] – to discover something secret or hidden
I enjoy uncovering the mysteries of remote islands.
[noun] – the quality of being graceful and attractive in appearance or behavior
It was Daniella’s elegance that left an impression on him.
[noun] – the quality of not having much experience of life and not knowing about the bad things that happen in life
I admire Laura’s child-like innocence.
The ever-popular carnation is one of the best-selling flowers in the world. According to the Farmer’s Almanac, pink carnations symbolize a mother’s love while white carnations represent good luck.
Say “I love you” or “I’m grateful for you” with classic pink roses. The gift of cream-colored roses symbolizes thoughtfulness.
Tulips come in varying colors. Purple tulips represent royalty while pink represents affection. Make mothers smile with a bouquet of white tulips as it is a symbol of cheerfulness.
Dainty but resilient, orchids can brighten up a mother’s day. Pink orchids symbolize elegance, poise, and femininity.
Fluffy and sweet-scented peonies represent honor and good fortune. They bloom in late spring/early summer.
Send a gift of these vividly-colored flowers that symbolize innocence and purity.
Knowing the language of flowers is knowing the language of the earth itself. Use this knowledge as you decide on the perfect flower to give on Mother’s Day.
- Which among these flowers is the best gift for mothers? Why?
- Describe a typical flower market in your country.
- If you could give a bouquet of flowers to a first-time mom celebrating Mother’s Day, what would it look like?
- Do you think knowing the meaning of flowers is important when giving them as a gift?
- In your opinion, what is the importance of flowers in our daily lives?