Presentation on theme: "VOCABULARY LIST.thea sinfuego & valisa morine. LAMBASTE |verb| Attack; usually with words. Often here in LHS, students lambaste one another on how they."— Presentation transcript:
VOCABULARY LIST.thea sinfuego & valisa morine
LAMBASTE |verb| Attack; usually with words. Often here in LHS, students lambaste one another on how they look and dress.
Impasse |Noun | No progress Because of heavy traffic in Manila, an impasse has been created, which caused workers and students to be late for work or school.
Jargon |Noun| In this generation, teenagers tend to create Jargons. For example, they would say boul which means boy.
Deter |Verb| Prevent; block Since there is a road accident on the route that Johns taking, he knows that it will deter him getting to work on time.
Tenuous |adj.| Weak, thin Theres a tenuous line between love and hate.
Vigorous |Adj.| Energetic, powerful After days of hard work and memorization, when it came to auditions she delivered a vigorous monologue that blew everybody away.
Amity |Noun| Friendship Because the five girls have known each other since kindergarten, they have a strong amity regarding all the arguments and disagreements.
Gravitas |noun| High seriousness During the play, Stand And Deliver, when Gabe Cisneros delivered his monologue, he delivered it with a lot of gravitas, which gave him a standing ovation from the audience.
Emphatic|adjective| Assertive, Confident The student was very emphatic when he presented his presentation about English vocab words.
Vehement|adj.| Showing strong feeling; Passionate ; intense A vehement, strong monologue was delivered by Michael Peak as he plays the role of Jaime Escalante.
Preeminent|Adj.| Above the rest ; superior. Because she works very hard to achieve her goals, she is preeminent out of the rest of her classmates.
Resurgence|Noun| Rebirth A resurgence of worship and desire for God is one of the churchs goal for the congregation to fulfill.