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If You Made a Million Author: David M. Schwartz Illustrator: Steven Kellogg Genre: Nonfiction Skill: Realism & Fantasy Authors Purpose: ??? PowerPoint created by Michelle Harding - Fairhope Elementary School
amount check check earned earned expensive expensive Words to Know interest interest million million thousand thousand value value worth worth
More Words to Know afford (to have the money, means, or time for) feat (an act that shows great skill, strength, or daring)
the total sum amount
a written order directing a bank to pay money to the person named check
got money in return for work or service earned
costing a lot of money expensiv e Harry Winstons Ruby Slippers - $3 million The Bugatti Veyron - At around $1.25 million, it is the most expensive car ever made.
the money paid for the use of someone elses money interest
one thousand thousands; 1,000,000 million A million dollars in twenty dollar bills cerberusblog.wordpress.com/
ten hundreds; 1,000 thousand
the real worth of something in money value(noun) Ted is about 95 years old. If he was in perfect condition, his value would probably be around $4,500 or $5,000. Since he has some damage, Ted's value is $2,000 to $2,500. Many old things have a great deal of value.
equal in value to worth(adjective) Ted is worth $2,000 to $2,500. (adjective) Teds value is $2,000 to $2,500. (noun)
amount Dana wanted to pay the full amount when she bought her house.
check Carol wrote a check to pay the bills.
million Having one million dollars would make you wealthy.
expensive Tara bought an expensive dress to wear to the dance.
worth How much is your house worth?
thousand Some computers cost one thousand dollars.
interest The interest on the loan was 7 percent a year.
earned Jay earned fifty dollars by mowing two lawns.
value The value of a dollar is 100 cents.
Lets review our words. LISTEN for the vowelsounds in each syllable.