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3 I found thirteen errors. Journal: Write the phrases, correcting the errors.
4 I found thirteen errors. Journal: Write any corrections you missed.
5 Write in ink!
6 1. Copy the word 2. Fill in “My Definition” including the part of speech
7 N. a thought or notion; a plan; a general idea derived or inferred from instances or occurrences The iCare Motorcycle Concept by Aston-Martin is the result of many years of studying vehicles and the needs of its consumers. For those of you searching for the ultimate bike or just pretending to be the Dark Knight, then the iCare motorcycle concept is made for you. Conceptualized by Enzyme Design in France, the iCare motorcycle is meant to be the Aston Martin of the two-wheeled world with a six- cylinder 1.8 Honda engine. No word on whether it will ever go into production, but let’s definitely hope so.
8 1)Sketch the Apple TriBook Concept in the example section. 2)In the explain section, state how it fits the third definition above. 3)Then, create a non-example and explain it. Conceptual: adding the ending –ual makes the noun into an adjective. For example: The conceptual design was altered and edited until it became a prototype to test with actual consumers.
9 1.Copy the word 2.Fill in “My Definition” including the part of speech #2 align
10 #2 align v. 1.to bring into a line or alignment.2.to bring into cooperation or agreement with a particular group, party, cause, etc.: He aligned himself with the liberals. Syn. adjust, coordinate, conform
11 #3 adjust 1.Copy the word 2.Fill in “My Definition” including the part of speech
12 #3 adjust Synonyms: adapt, conform, align Other forms: adjustment, adjuster, adjustable, adjusting, adjusted V. to change, to match, or to fit; to be made; to conform; to adapt
13 #4 dialogue
14 #4 dialogue n. the words that characters speak in a book, play, or movie v. to share a conversation or to exchange words verbally Other forms: dialoguing, monologue, interior dialogue Synonyms: discourse, speech, discussion, exchange, repartée, communication
15 #4 dialogue 1. Write a sentence using the word dialogue. 2. Then draw a cartoon with two characters in it and complete one character’s dialogue bubble ONLY. 3. Trade papers with your shoulder partner and write dialogue for the second character in his/her cartoon on your partner’s paper.
16 Journal: Write the phrases, correcting the errors.
17 Journal: Write any corrections you missed.
18 #5 interpretation
19 #5 interpretation Interpret the following scenario and write a paragraph explaining the clues that support your answer. A man walks into a bar, goes straight up to the bartender and orders a glass of water. The bartender takes out a gun and points it at the man. The man then says thank you and walks out of the bar. n. an explanation of something that is not immediately obvious Example: “ The report included his interpretation of the forensic evidence."
20 #5 interpretation Which of the following is an example of a statement involving interpretation? A)Scrooge is a man who has personal issues that he projects on others. B)A Christmas Carol is a fictional novel by Charles Dickens.
21 #6 clarify
22 #6 clarify v. to explain something more clearly so that it is easier to understand; to make something clear and pure Synonyms: define, delineate, elucidate, illuminate, illustrate, interpret When he broke up with his girlfriend, he clarified that it wasn’t her; it was him. v. to explain something more clearly so that it is easier to understand; to make something clear and pure Synonyms: define, delineate, elucidate, illuminate, illustrate, interpret When he broke up with his girlfriend, he clarified that it wasn’t her; it was him.
23 #7 assert
24 verb: to make a claim; to state firmly that something is true “ He has continued to assert his innocence. ” assertive adj.: behaving in a confident way in which one is quick to express his or her opinions and feelings #7 assert
25 Do you know these words that share this root? If so, write the meaning. Indicator Indicative Indices Index Indict
26 Journal: Rewrite the paragraph in formal English, correcting the errors. How many? Too many to count…
Hey, Dad. No offense, but change your profile picture. Lose some weight and you will look just like you did when I was little…and that was twelve years ago. Ha ha. Seriously, the bald head – I mean, I know that’s from when you were in your car accident and you had a cut, so you had to shave, but really? Okay, well just a little advice. This is an awesome dad. I love his answer! 27
28 Do you know other words that share this root? If so, write the meaning. Indicator Indicative Indices Index Indict N. Device for showing condition or attracting attention Adj. pointing out N. Listing of numbers that reveals a change N. alphabetical listing with page numbers V. to formally accuse someone of a crime
29 V. to point out; to call attention to; to signal
31 Verb: to be or go with as a companion; to add to or supplement; to coexist or occur with Other forms: accompaniment, accompanying Synonyms: include, associate with, attend, chaperone, come along, consort, escort, go along with go along,
33 n.: the ability to remain the same in behavior, attitudes, or qualities; the degree to which a substance is thick, smooth, or firm throughout Example: The coach chose a pitcher for the championship game based on consistency. Synonyms: accord, compatibility, compliance, in concert, concordance, concurring, conformity, congruity, harmony, similarity, unison
34 n. lack of sameness; the quality of lacking a harmonious uniformity among things or parts Synonyms: disagreement, dissonance, dissimilarity, difference, discrepancy