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Bicolor (Adj.) An object with – Two different colors The bicolor angelfish swam through the aquarium tank.
Bicuspid (N) A tooth – Two-pointed – On the side of the jaw – Also called a premolar The dentist filled the cavity on the bicuspid tooth.
Bicycle (N) A vehicle – With two wheels I enjoy riding my bicycle at the beach.
Biennial (adj) Happens – Every two years The Biennial Gladstone Sock Hop will take place in 2011.
Bifocals (N.) Eyeglasses – Have two different sections – One to see close up and another for seeing far away In 1784, Benjamin Franklin developed bifocals.
Bilingual(Adj.) Ability -To speak two languages My friend, Alicia, is bilingual. She speaks Spanish and English.
Bimonthly (Adj.) Happens – Every two months Nightsky is a magazine that is published bimonthly.
Biped (N.) A creature – With two feet The earliest dinosaurs were bipeds.
Biplane (N) An airplane – With two pairs of wings The biplane flew over the Grand Canyon.
Biweekly (Adj.) Happens – Every two weeks I receive a biweekly update 26 times a year.
SPELLING bi- = two bicolor adjective Having two different colors The room was bicolor, having two different colors of red and green.
Good Morning! Please fill out your agenda. Pass out folders. Clear your desk off except for a pencil. ***Turn in vocabulary from “All Summer in a Day”
Word List #6. Export (v) Import (v) Portage (n)
Week 3 Vocabulary Words roots: bi/du = two bicuspid (n) A two pointed tooth located on the side of the jaw. Example: I had to get one of my bicuspids.
Bi = two. What is the word that describes a person who can speak both Spanish and English?
Roots List #3. Definitions: Uni- Definition: adj. having only one cell 1. Unicellular Predict...
WEEK 5 BI- AND DIA- VOCABULARY WORDS. bi- Two bicycle A two wheeled vehicle. The bicycle is a very popular choice of transportation likely due.
Quad (four). Quadrangle (N) An Enclosure – With 4 sides – Surrounded by buildings The 4 th and 5 th grade students ate their feast in the quadrangle.
Quad (four). Quadrangle Quadrant Quadrennial Quadriceps Quadrilateral Quadrilingual Quadrisect Quadruped Quadruple Quadruplet.
Using a Dictionary Entry What are the parts of a dictionary entry?
Where did my family live before they came to North Carolina?
ELP Conference, May 2014 Gillian Skyrme. Talk to your partner about something that you had difficulty listening to recently (interpret that as widely.
Present Continuous By Ieva Bambale Use Talking about things that are happening now, at the moment. e.g. I’m studying English now. Talking about.
SPELLING tri- = three triangle Noun A three-sided figure The triangle, a three-sided figure, can also be equilateral.
University of Palestine International presents.
UNIT 2 VOCABULARY Numbers. Prefixes UNI = One UNI = One BI = Two BI = Two DU = Two DU = Two TRI = Three TRI = Three DEC = Ten DEC = Ten.
I n our daily life, we are closely connected with numbers, and our lives cannot go on without numbers. In English, numbers can be in different forms,
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Medical Appointments Part 1: Doctors, Dentists, and Their Patients.
Adj. Having one color, something that is only one color or shades of one color.
English Language II (5). Audio practice Listen to Katia talking with Alex about what she likes to do on the weekend with friends and family. Then, choose.
GET A HANDOUT FROM THE CHAIR AND WRITE YOUR NAME ON IT 9/13/11.
外研初中一年级下册 Module 2 Spring Festival Unit 1 We’re getting ready for the Spring Festival.
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Researching the Market Place Charlie Hawksett. Prices The prices of Hip Hop magazines seem to range between £2-£3 depending on the popularity of the magazine.
UNIT 2: SCHOOL TALK Lesson : Reading Look at the picture and answer the following question What are they doing?
Present continues tense We use the present continuous when we talk about something which is happening at the time of speaking.
AMBITIONS. AMBITIONS SAILING SAILING AMBITIONS CYCLING CYCLING.
HOW TO LEARN ENGLISH EFFECTIVELY Sitting at a table looking at your notebook is not the best way to study English. Most of the time, your mind is not actively.
Look it Up!! Using a Dictionary Presented by: Ms. Giorgi.
Lee, Gwangmin & Lee, Fung King Jackie The Hong Kong Institute of Education.
Cape Cod :0 By: Benjamin Bricklin. Getting There Hi today I’m going to tell you about my trip to cape cod. It was a long ride so my family stop at a hotel.
This is my oral on: Tooth Decay By: Edward Djourian.
Setting Up the BINDER This is your EVERYTHING This BINDER is your LIFE in ELA class It is to be organized and NEAT at all times!
CarrieStanley Carrie Stanley These are MY pretty pictures. “What can I say I love pretty pictures.” Hope Floats.
Bellwork December Solve for y: 4x – 2y = Find the y-intercept in the equation 4x – 2y = 10.
Week 7 IT 24 Morphemes which add a ‘number’ meaning This teacher led activity aims to introduce children to prefixes which carry a meaning related to number.
How can people be different? colour height religion intelligence wealth sexuality gender sporting ability.
By Theresa Hardy Transportation. Today my class is learning about transportation.
Warm up Presentatio n Reading Practice Summary Homework.
I LOVE ENGLISH BY BLER SAY. What do you come from? I came from Thailand. I thought my house was so beautiful.
Sight Words Unit 4, Week 1. saw I a big, fat duck.
Tenses The tense of a verb indicates the time of the action or the state of being that is expressed by the verb. BR: Copy the tense timeline in the middle.
Unit 6 Grammar: Infinitives of Purpose. What is an “infinitive”? An infinitive is: “to” + base (dictionary) form of a verb Examples: to run, to sing,
All About Me By: Tala 4 Things That Represent Me.
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