Cada, Daryl Jay P.
Encallado, Jerald S.
Limosinero, Ma. Ayabelle V.
Surface Meaning - Procrastinator the matter until it was too late. Dictionary Definition - postpone doing what one should be doing. Etymology – 1540’s from latin procrastination “a putting off” noun of action from pp. stem of procrastinate “put off till tomorrow” from pro- “forward + crastinus “belonging to tomorrow from cras “tomorrow” of unknown origin. Synonyms - procrastinate means delay.
* n. Procrastination
* Verb - you keep leaving things you should do until later, often because you do not want to do them. Divide
* Cras: tomorrow
* Crastinus: belonging tomorrow
Illustrate - “He did not want to write the letter and procrastinated for days” * Carelessness
Cause and effect relationship
“From people with previous histories of punctuality procrastinate obstinately when faced with a particular type of new job.” Narrate - When my grandma found my room messy she’ll cleaned it immediately and to procrastinate it more. Describe - a negative attitude
* Brings idleness
* Postponing of work
Some saying said that, “The best way to get something done is to begin.” Nowadays, procrastination is one of the major problems of some of the people. Based on the web, it refers to the act of replacing high-priority actions with tasks of lower priority, or doing something from which one derives enjoyment, and thus putting off important tasks to a later time. Being like that tends a persons to be lazy, they sometimes postpone task to do other priorities. To avoid this, there must be inceptions to be implemented. Let me tell you about the etymology of the word “procrastinate”. It comes from the Latin word procastinatus, from pro – forward and crastinus – of tomorrow. Well, from its origin we can now define the word. When we combine the two word...
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