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A genial person is warm and friendly. Would you want to be friends with someone genial? Who do you know that is genial? genial
A forecast or a prediction The prognostication of rain meant we didn’t get to go on a picnic. prognostication
To be suddenly and badly affected by something, such as illness or fear. After being around my friend at her birthday party, I was stricken with chicken pox. stricken
If something is done dramatically, it is done in a striking or impressive way. Who can show me how to speak dramatically? dramatically
If you restrain something, you hold it back or limit it. We had to restrain Brian to keep him from hitting Zachary. restrain
A protest is a way of demonstrating that you are against something. When we went to Washington D.C., we saw a crowd holding signs to protest the War in Iraq. protest
To be working quickly and excitedly We feverishly finished the signs for the pep rally. When would you work feverishly?
When you are overcome by something, you are overpowered by it. I was overcome with emotion when I saw my little cousin for the first time in the hospital.
A flop is a failure My twelfth birthday party was a flop because it rained at the park. Can you think of a time something was a flop?
Very impressive and draws a lot of attention The fireworks display at the 4 th of July parade was spectacular.
L ESSON 5 V OCABULARY October 4-8, 2010 GENIAL *A genial person is warm and friendly. A new student arrives to your classroom. In what ways can you be.
100 Oxford Words. I the and to a was my went.
Meet Rosina. deaf Someone who is deaf cannot hear anything or can hear very little. My sister is deaf, so I use sign language to talk with her.
wistful You are wistful if you feel as though your wishes probably won’t come true. Wanting a new puppy, Carrie was wistful because she didn’t think her.
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SELFISH (only care about yourself). Notice Notice (see)
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I was at home yesterday. It was my birthday yesterday. I was happy. He was very busy yesterday.
In 1996, our family moved into our new house. I was two years old. My older sister started kindergarten.
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This presentation will help you Презентацию поможет вам: to understand the rule on the subordinate clauses of time and condition - понять правило примения.
iMAGINE what happened, then be grateful we aren’t in the situation ! When will this cruel war be over? The Civil War diary of Emma Thompson By Barry Denenburg.
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[e]: Motherland, independence, veteran. [a:] : park, party, guard. [ei]: day, nowadays, May, great. [u:]: new, salute, useful. [ai]: Valentine, fight,
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The. of and a to in is you that it he for.
This is the view from the Empire State Building. I`d like to live at the top, you can see the whole of Manhattan.
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