Presentation on theme: "Ped Foot Sally Smith #100 Week 2 8/30/10. Bi ped (n.) Cent i pede (n.) Im ped i ment (n.) Mil li pede (n.) Ped al (n.) Ped dler (n.) Pe de stri an (n.)"— Presentation transcript:
Ped Foot Sally Smith #100 Week 2 8/30/10
Bi ped (n.) Cent i pede (n.) Im ped i ment (n.) Mil li pede (n.) Ped al (n.) Ped dler (n.) Pe de stri an (n.) Ped i cure (n.) Quad ru ped (n.) Tri pod (n.)
biped(n.) A creature – with two feet Although the robot isn’t a living creature it is a biped.
centipede (n.) A creature – with 100 feet I was surprised to find a centipede in my garden.
impediment (n.) Something – that stands in one’s way – an obstacle Porky the pig has a speech impediment.
millipede (n.) A creature – with a 1,000 feet. A millipede has between 50 to 400 feet.
pedal (n.) A lever – moved with one’s foot My bicycle has two pedals.
peddler (n.) A person – who goes from door to door on foot trying to sell a product A peddler came to the door selling magazine subscriptions.
pedestrian (n.) A person – who walks across the street on foot Pedestrians must be careful crossing the street in New York City.
pedicure (n.) A foot treatment – that could include soaking the feet and polishing the toenails Many girls like to have a pedicure during the summer.
quadruped (n.) A creature – with four feet A horse is an example of a quadruped.
tripod (n.) A stand – three-footed often used to balance a camera I placed my camera on a tripod so it wouldn’t fall.