No new word of the week this week as I didn’t blog about the last one! So, you have an extra week to use illusion in conversation and your writing. Can you leave a comment below with an example sentence?
An illusion (noun) is something that is not what it seems to be. Illusions happen when a person’s eyes, ears, or sense of touch are deceived, or tricked, in some way.
For example: Mr Poyton’s wizard hat created the illusion that he was much taller than he really was!
Find out more about the word illusion here:https://kids.britannica.com/kids/article/illusion/477170