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UNIT 3 Be a good sport
depressed frustrating (line 25) = P. 69 Para 1 frustrated (line 11) ~depressing e.g. I feel frustrated about my test results. e.g. My test results are frustrating.
P. 69 Para 1 arrogant (line 25) = (adj.) e.g. He never says hi to anyone. He is arrogant. proud I won’t make friends with dumb people.
P. 69 Para 1 lacking in (line 26) (adj.) e.g. I am lacking in money.
P. 69 Para 2 However, (line 26) = (adv.) Yet, Nevertheless, Nonetheless, but? (conjunction)
e.g. I am ugly. However, Yet, Nevertheless, Nonetheless, I am gentle. e.g. I am ugly but I am gentle.
P. 69 Para 2 despite (line 27) = (prep.) in spite of although? e.g. Miss Lee plays Facebook despite tiredness. e.g. Miss Lee plays Facebook although she is tired.
P. 69 Para 2 behaviour (line 29) (n.) behav_ (v.) = ? e e.g. Miss Lee is happy with 4C’s good behaviour. e.g. 4C behaves well.
P. 69 Para 2 excuse (line 29) (n.) (v.) = ? e.g. Miss Lee is happy with 4C’s good behaviour. e.g. 4C behaves well.
P. 69 Para 2 excuse (line 29) (n.) Teacher: Why don’t you do your homework? Teacher: Stop making excuses! ~reason Student: My dog ate it.
P. 69 Para 2 sink (line 29) = (v.) go down
UNIT 3 Be a good sport. depressed frustrating (line 25) = P. 69 Para 1 frustrated (line 11) ~depressing e.g. I feel frustrated about my test results.
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