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1 Daily Oral Language25 1. ive took the long poem the prelude to read tonight i should of began it sooner dont you agree 2. because cameron has throwed successful passes in many games he was chose to be interviewed for the community magazine called around our town Analogies: 1. biologist : microscope : : _____________ : telescope 2. __________ : donkey : : Republican : elephant

2 Daily Oral Language26 1.the book the return of the native is frequently studied in english classes mr lopez said this afternoon 2.mom she wont leave me and raul take joses bike on larchmont highway this Wednesday Analogies: 1.Filch : steal :: query : ________________ 2.Lion : ____________ :: beaver : industriousness

3 Daily Oral Language27 1.generally you write good but today you have to many short sentences in youre essay 2.to be an accomplished athlete youll have to run faster than bobbi has ran said coach gonzalez Analogies: 1._______________: brought :: wake : woke 2.Platinum : diamond :: ________________ : gemstone

4 Daily Oral Language28 1.i was so tired i wanted to lay down my dad he suggested that i ate in an hour 2.the new employee was requested to do there things first complete the Form second submit a reference and third he was asked to mail a resume to the personnel office Analogies: 1.Prosaic : exciting :: _____________ : creative 2.____________: novelist :: Emily Dickinson : Poet

5 Daily Oral Language29 1. the article new digital photography appears in the book photograpy today it also appears i believe in the book how to take great pictures 2.she was so angry she flinged the letter in the fire and sweared shed never speak to her sister again Analogies: 1.Grain : granular :: Muscle : ______________ 2.Legible : ______________ :: visible : see

6 Daily Oral Language30 1.the self assured actor turned to the director and asked will you be auditioning talented actors for the french movie at 230 PM on Friday 2.she lives at 319 beverly drive los angeles california which is located off of highway 108 Analogies: 1.Exonerate : absolve : : _____________ : hasten 2. Accost : greet :: ____________ : receive

7 Daily Oral Language31 1. the laocoön and his sons is a statue in the vatican museun in rome italy it was made on the island of rhodes in greece and later it was sent to italy 2. my sister she has spoke many times in fact about that book the grapes of wrath Analogies: 1. Ketchup : ____________ :: bread : flour 2.Succinct : verbose :: brief : _______________

8 Daily Oral Language32 1. we havent no cassette of the song stand by me but i think that you might find it at fredricks music store 2. be careful not to fall off of the mountain ledge and watching out for falling rocks Analogies: 1. _______________ : quarters :: baseball games : innings 2. Movement : dance :: _____________: sound

9 Daily Oral Language33 1. that there dog has bit several Children her owners would do good to keep her muzzled dont you think 2. the boat mystic adventure by the way sunk to years ago want it moored over their Analogies: 1. Anemia : blood :: concussion : _____________ 2. Fusion : union :: ______________ : splitting

10 Daily Oral Language34 1. we went to joshs apartment which is located on thirty ninth avenue for the september surprise party 2. the portrait jan six the portrait that was painted in 1654 is considered the better work of many similar paintings that rembrandt completed Analogies: 1. Plagiarism : writing :: _______________ : funds 2. Perch : flounder :: ________________: thrash

11 Daily Oral Language35 1. if youll help my memorize the poem the raven ill help you analyze the short story snowfall in childhood 2. she hasnt never showed much self assurance or growed much from her mistakes Analogies: 1. ______________ : pyramid :: circle : sphere 2. Flag : patriotism : : _____________ : peace

12 Daily Oral Language36 1. he could of ran faster but he had tore one of his tendons consequently the race was lost by him 2. to be able to complete there science projects both rosa and sam the two who are juniors this year will have a two weeks extension Analogies: 1. Deviate : stray :: devise : _________________ 2. Hydrogen : water :: atom : _______________

13 Daily Oral Language37 1. i should of spoke sooner about my trip to nashville by the way where is sundra right now 2. the sky rockets the group that is a rock and roll band appeared in the april concert at phoenix Analogies: 1. anti- : against :: ________________ : around 2. Rigid : flexible :: cruel : __________________

14 Daily Oral Language38 1. the meyers and baqueros boats were damaged on lake arrowhead when the to boats collided 2. because we have went their twice on our way to visit my sister and brothers Resort which is located in northern california Analogies: 1. Adverse : averse :: _____________ : unwilling 2. Winston Churchill : ___________ :: Nicholas II : czar

15 Daily Oral Language39 1. were sure there is 8 speakers participating in the symposium such speakers will draw large crowds 2. the three doctors all of them foreigners decided to give a lecture on Saturday but the classroom was not available Analogies: 1. ____________ : fish : : aviary : birds 2. Act : drama :: ___________ : symphony

16 Daily Oral Language40 1. adam received the bad news he was really shook 2. there is three students who are all sophomores who will earn extra credit for his hard work Analogies: 1. Writer : royalty : : stockholder : ________________ 2. _____________ : second :: Abraham Lincoln : sixteenth

17 Daily Oral Language dumore ave syracuse ny october digital software 1874 moore dr boulder co dear sir or madame Analogies: 1._____________: contract :: repudiate : treaty 2._____________: tranquility :: turmoil : calm

18 Daily Oral Language42 1.irregardless of the windy day father said we choosed to drive through yosemite national park 2.when i rose the lid of the box that I found inside of the attic i seen a copy of the herald tribune from tuesday january Analogy: 1.Cum laude : with honor :: faux pas : _______________ 2.___________ : robbery :: counterfeit : forgery

19 Daily Oral Language43 1.the japanese had came to paris france to discuss how the airbus a huge plane is different than other planes 2.dr wong is it true that you have wrote the article the future of computers and a book entitled our digital world Analogies: 1.Horse : canter :: ___________ : swim 2.__________: comatose :: frightened : terrified

20 Daily Oral Language44 1.my parents was in the east at christmas time and brung back some gifts a box of videos a bag of imported chocolate and a set of luggage 2.there is four classmates of mine who have won a trop to see the brooklyn bridge on the twenty sixth of june Analogies: 1.Protractor : angles : : sextant : _________________ 2.Book : index :: _________________ : menu

21 Daily Oral Language45 1.ling a friend of mine purchased a pair of boots while in mexico with tapered heels 2.during the semester kim said the classes in this here school are alright Analogies: 1.ambi- : both : : ante- : ___________________ 2.Adonis : handsome : : Mercury : ___________________

22 Daily Oral Language46 1.during the blizzard the doors of our dadge had froze shut therefore we eat at home and not at the village café 2.behind the truck in the alley I and my brother catched a german pointer we had saw running down parma rd earlier Analogies 1.Aquanaut : _________________ :: astronaut : space 2.Oaf : genius :: ordinary : ________________

23 Daily Oral Language47 1.because the students brung a copy of time to class with a article about the korean government 2.at 415 mom drived me and my friends to fairmont park where we played basketball Analogies: 1.______________: dread :: -ology : study of 2.Attack : defend :: obstruct : _____________

24 Daily Oral Language48 1.the workers didnt pick up none of the old clothes i had weared and donated to the salvation army 2.our english teacher may of saw millers death of a salesman an awfully powerfully play at the shubert theater in new york Analogies: 1.Earth : planet :: moon : _______________ 2.__________: horse :: yoke : ox

25 Daily Oral Language49 1.the poem the raven is exciting to read it is one of 6 poems ms serrano gave we students to read 2.deciding to reply to the want ad in the village voice a letter was wrote by chas yesterday morning Analogies: 1.Cease : _________________:: seize : take over 2.Cm3 : _______________ :: m/sec : meters per second

26 Daily Oral Language50 1.their interested in helping we students-if we support rayanne for student council president 2.id better finish the short story a days work i need more As on daily Tests Analogies: 1.Foe : friend :: enemy : __________________ 2.Duet : two :: ______________: four

27 Daily Oral Language51 1.dr torres she called at 405 AM vicky said and tells me about the fire at the oceanview motel on sunset boulevard 2.no mr soto dont have those magazines that this here class needs Analogies: 1.Damage : detriment :: _____________ : implement 2.Silo: grain :: __________________________:gas

28 Daily Oral Language52 1.sarah and me choosed these here activities at arts camp to sculpt dancing sing and to compose 2.the british ocean liner lusitania sunk in the atlantic ocean on may on a voyage from new york to liverpool Analogies: 1._______________: rings :: Mars : canals 2.Nomadic : __________ :: migratory : animals

29 Daily Oral Language53 1.us students have began practicing tomorrow the better song on this here cassette for the 24 th contemporary music festival 2.last summer grandfather growed two many peaches he gived some to father to can Analogies: 1.Manicure : fingernails :: ______________ : toenails 2.Circum- : ___________ :: contra- against

30 Daily Oral Language54 1.we havent took no videos to ridgewood middle school for three years or so give or take a few weeks 2.after the reading prof diaz introduced me and sam to sharon olds whose a poet she told us about her long poem the race Analogies: 1.Frenetic : ___________ :: frenzied : composed 2.Pant : exertion :: snore : _______________

31 Daily Oral Language55 1.first he asked to who i was ing second he wanted to know who had rode a Motorcycle down the alley 2.watch out for the newly planted seeds in the garden mom shouted or youll get mulch on youre shoes Analogies: 1._______________: map :: pronunciation key : dictionary 2.________________: forest :: grass : Prairie

32 Daily Oral Language56 1.has dad spoke to she and kate concerning an article in the magazine teen people about snowboarding in the rocky mountains 2.noone in my family has never went to the art museum in new york and saw monets painting water lilies Analogies: 1.XXIV : 12 :: _________________:30 2.Gorge : cliff :: ________________: mountains

33 Daily Oral Language57 1.capt bookman is it alright to assume that most of the thirty eighth division personnel is from texas 2.after you have drew up a map showing the route from sheridan blvd to highway 78 you may continue reading the book great expectations Analogies: 1.__________: one and a half :: tri- : three 2.Parable : _________:: joke : amuse

34 Daily Oral Language58 1.the salespeople at that there store is the more helpful in town for example one left me examine all the videos inside of the Case 2.had she knew before the all county swim championship that geraldo has swam every day since april Analogies 1.Boil : simmer :: pound : ____________ 2. ______________: nylon :: natural : linen

35 Daily Oral Language59 1.the larchmont glee club has gave its approval to order twenty one cases of salsa ten dozen avocados and they also have ordered five cartons of tacos 2.she wants to lay on the floor and watch dawsons creek this program will be on television at 800 PM in the evening Analogies 1._____________ : vault :: artifacts : museum 2.Café : restaurant :: boutique : ___________

36 Daily Oral Language60 1.ms riaz said that when she teached at ravenhill academy the students theirselves choosed the topics for there essays 2.my friend he hasnt never put them puppies in the backyard cuz it cant stand being alone for long periods Analogies 1.Club : members :: ____________________: pearl 2.Flamingo : ____________ :: cardinal : red

37 Daily Oral Language61 1.we dont want to leave noone go into that auditorium because theirs danger of a stampede sgt miller said 2.the us army are expanding faster i think then was expected Analogies 1.Alteration : ______________ :: revision : novel 2.____________ : swift :: scarce : rare

38 Daily Oral Language62 1.consumer reports is an informative magazine i think that the consumers union publishes for prospective buyers 2.skateboarding in the park the ball hit the girl but the girl was not seriously injured Analogies 1.Loaf : slices :: book : _____________ 2.Strings : piano :: ___________ : harmonica

39 Daily Oral Language63 1.bobbi should of took the too Videos the book and the cassette to the library if she had the time 2.carriers transformation scene is a spooky poem wrote in the 20 th century Analogies: 1.Wealth : affluence :: _______________ : corpulence 2.Table of contents : book :: menu : ____________

40 Daily Oral Language64 1.the american colonists had been antibritish before the war but in the 17 th century this was not true 2.the movie star wars is a hands down favorite of many film buffs prof hillier said in his lecture Analogies: 1.Room : house :: ___________ : garden 2.Hands : dexterity :: _____________ : eloquence

41 Daily Oral Language65 1.the marathon runner couldnt see nothing she hit a fellow runner the one who was right ahead of her 2.on the first serve the tennis player swinged the racket and missed but the tennis ball was hit by her on the second serve Analogies: 1.Obese : overweight :: gaunt : ____________ 2.____________ : ear :: pacemaker : heart

42 Daily Oral Language66 1.he was close to sitting an new olympic record when he nearly fainted and his advantage was lost 2.the short story the birds is a terrifying tale it is about a life threatening change in a natural world Analogies 1.__________ : carnage :: hospital : healing 2.Tight : loose :: strict : ________________

43 Daily Oral Language67 1.yes teresa has sang in the monroe high school jazz club for 3 years i think 2.please note josé that you used to many xs in the caption mr monroe said and the type needs to be smaller Analogies: 1.dict- : _____________ :: duct- : to lead 2.Milli- : thousandth :: kilo- : _______________

44 Daily Oral Language68 1.the friendly dog a labrador was everyones favorite at the greenwich animal shelter on mercer street 2.the metroliner was a fast Train that ran among philadelphia and new york according to an article in the washington post Analogies: 1.Sty : ___________ :: fold : sheep 2.________________ : string :: saxophone : reed

45 Daily Oral Language first avenue tranton nj may clemens benjamin and brantley law offices 204 state street albany ny Analogies: 1. Geriatrics : elderly :: ________________ : children 2. Sow : cow :: boar : _________________

46 Daily Oral Language70 1. my sister she has wrote several celebrity profiles for the ledger which is a weekly newspaper 2. to leave school on time we had to do the following turn off our computers lock the doors and get our coats Analogies: 1. ___________________: animal :: pediatrician : child 2. Bears : wild :: cows : __________________

47 Daily Oral Language71 1. i and my brother have ate at the lakewood cafeteria the place is located on the south side three times 2. we will make an effort to do these things irregardless of the time catalog the books expand the librarys hours and helping the younger readers Analogies: 1. Simile : _____________ :: paradox : contradiction 2. _____________ : blue :: crimson : red

48 Daily Oral Language72 1. our van which was parked in the mechanics garage was broke into it was vandalized 2. there are several buyers who wants to examine seaside at dawn the better of the four paintings Analogies: 1. octagon: _______________ :: pentagon : ____________: bee :: web : spider

49 Daily Oral Language73 1. after completing the italian homework mark begun to do his assignment in Calculus later, he done his science assignment 2. is your friend reading the novel the mayor of casterbridge or is she watching felicity on television Analogies: 1. Triplets : twins :: ____________ : duplicate 2. Sequoyah : Cherokee :: ____________ : Apache

50 Daily Oral Language74 1. our class of 35 students are going to have a hours practice on the computer this afternoon i think 2. im enrolled in courses in spanish drama and american history this semester victor said Analogies: 1. Innuendo : ____________ :: insidious : sincere 2. Conjunction: join :: adjective : _____________

51 Daily Oral Language75 1. since its snowing to hard she dont want to go to central park this morning 2. he hasnt choose no subject for his essay she added so why doesnt us help him Analogies: 1. con- : _________________ :: multi- : many 2. Vermilion : ______________ :: puce : purple

52 Daily Oral Language76 1. manny has wrote a article called website designing which will appear in the march issue of laptop magazine 2. nathaniel dont have no interest in learing mai and i to use that there computer yet hes willing to learn the to of us how to load that there new software Analogies: 1. Deduct : append :: ____________ : initiate 2. Endorse : ______________ :: notarize : document

53 Daily Oral Language77 1. the centurion community choir want to learn this land is your land for the tri county community choral competition 2. your to use one third cup of sugar according to the cookbook desserts made simple

54 Daily Oral Language78 1. marie asked has joanne lent you the article job hunting successfully or have katya and you read it already 2. tony was to have gave we boys the movie reviews to right for the school newspaper however some other students writed it

55 Daily Oral Language79 1. i was to have took the biggest of the too boxes of equipment but i forget and left them laying on the floor 2. has the speaker phone rang that loud before or did your sister turn up the volume to here it in her bedroom

56 Daily Oral Language80 1. i like the jeans that leanne bought at wanamakers warehouse with the embroidered cuffs 2. will you be reading the prelude the autobiographical poem in you english Class this semester

57 Daily Oral Language81 1. tomorrow he said we will be visiting grandfathers house going skateboarding and take the dog to the Vet 2. yes veronica has knowed which is the best of the two computers but she has never saw neither of them in operation

58 Daily Oral Language82 1. she drunk the protein shake first and then exercise was needed by her for a hour 2. neither of the 2 amateur actors wish to be the one whom presents the monologue

59 Daily Oral Language83 1. max has chose an electronic organizer for mothers gift im buying her a expensive sweater made in england 2. isnt rachel and sarah angry with selinas and joannes discussion of the surprise party

60 Daily Oral Language84 1. we should of finished the science project in may but there was no time to research careful for such a complicated exhibit 2. yesterday he wants to go with dad and mom to see beauty and the beast the famous musical but he had to baby sit with david

61 Daily Oral Language85 1. between the five of we classmates only one have wrote a paper that is very difficult than the other 4 2. have you read troys short story the open window for todays class sam asked

62 Daily Oral Language86 1. its alright to use them newspaper editorials if leroy dont need it 2. the 4 page brochure entitled spanning the world deal with surfing the web i think

63 Daily Oral Language87 1. rachel dont have a lot of books and videos to return back to the Library cuz most of them were returned back on Monday 2. she has went by that there theater many times of course however she cant remember the name

64 Daily Oral Language88 1. since ignacio should of took the plane we were surprised not to find him at the airport 2. look at the race bobby said pulling ahead i can see the american runners

65 Daily Oral Language simpson ave denver co january technocraft corporation the lear building 148 waverly dr sacramento ca 94203

66 Daily Oral Language to who did you give that portable printer richard asked or has someone took it 2. the young girl who was twelve years old wanted to read the article being a literacy volunteer which was recently printed in teen magazine

67 Daily Oral Language my brother-in-laws caravan was stole the thief must of broke a window to get in the car 2. ricki is the one who drawed the portrait it will be included in contemporary art magazine

68 Daily Oral Language peter can you go to 1210 lakeview rd at 730 AM tomorrow or will you be at Work 2. my mother she could of went swimming with them people but since she doesnt swim good she decided to stay home

69 Daily Oral Language to make a casserole for lunch ms martinez added one half cup of broth to the noodles and vegetables 2. leverne missed the turnoff for allentown driving on interstate 38

70 Daily Oral Language last week mr franklin buys a copy of mozarts opera the magic flute at celebrity records 2. please lend roberto and she the write software otherwise their could be problems opening the files

71 Daily Oral Language the five act king lear is one of shakespeares most acclaimed tragedies it appeared on the television series masterpiece theater 2. a pro russian bill has took hours to debate in the united states capitol

72 Daily Oral Language yes dion you may lend this here skateboard if you return it back to i or my sister 2. ray has took classes jenna said and wants to learn his brothers how to play tennis

73 Daily Oral Language may me and joey leave smokey our huge dog set here while were inside of this thai restaurant 2. on our visit to fairfield high school we talked to the teacher saw the science fair attended the assembly and then leaved

74 Daily Oral Language im pleased that you catched the later plane at kennedy airport so that you didnt have to raise to early 2. if carlos had set in this here seat in class he might have been chose to read his essay about the play the crucible

75 Daily Oral Language rose has sang that well known folk song if i had a hammer two times at the wakefield county folk fair 2. between the three girls they has enough money to see the movie batman and to buy a copy of the magazine computing tips

76 Daily Oral Language prof gioffre that wrote the magazine article technology in the west will visit great britain next Spring 2. she entered the best of her two website designs in the design a website contest and won a gateway computer

77 Daily Oral Language the Governors speech begun with this interesting quote from benjamin franklin there never was a good war or a bad peace 2. weve recently wrote a group poem it is called memories it is going to be published in the creative writing english quarterly

78 Daily Oral Language sherwood ave bryn mawr pa december high school computing club sunset blvd denver co dear sir or madam

79 Daily Oral Language me and my brother went to jerrys café in the mall for lunch ive never ate their before 2. when he lent me this subway token i had no idea that he didnt have none left for himself

80 Daily Oral Language in last semesters musical which ms diaz directed lonnie sung as good as the others 2. whom will be waiting for we boys outside of the hilton international hotel asked tony

81 Daily Oral Language yes raul we swum in the atlantic ocean when we was on the east coast 2. the theme music of touched by an angel a popular television series was not took from the opera la boheme


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