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Right for a purpose or occasion; appropriate Ex: That outfit is not suitable for the party.
A small one-story house, usually with a porch in front
To feel sorry or disappointed about something Ex: I regret that I didn’t call you over the weekend.
The scattered remains of something that has been broken or destroyed Ex: After the hurricane, debris was scattered in the streets.
A navy or coast guard officer of the highest rank.
To scatter or splash something in drops. Ex: The dog spattered us with water and soap.
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An aim, purpose or plan Ex: It isn’t my intention to fool you.
An unusual or impressive public show Ex: The penguins walking on the street were quite the spectacle.
Not willing to change your mind or behavior in spite of urging or requests from others. Ex: Jessie was so stubborn that he refused to wear boots in the snow.
Unwilling to do something Ex: We were reluctant to leave before the end of the movie.
Not working or being used Ex: The machines in the factory were idle during the strike.
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To come or bring to an end; stop Ex: I thought the rain would never cease.
Feeling or showing sympathy Ex: Some sympathetic friends visited me in the hospital.
A very long, heavy snowstorm with strong winds.
To make someone or something fresh again; renew Ex: Lily looked at pictures to refresh her memory of the trip.
Very smooth and glossy Ex: The horse has a sleek coat.
Loving or affectionate Ex: The penguins are fond of each other.
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SELF EVALUATI ON Topic 3Topic 4Topic 5Topic 2 Rose 1.Which of the following is an expression used to request clarification? a) Isn’t that clever? b)
IncorporatingStyle Examples “When one is blessed with an unearned abundance of love, he or she may call it grace.”
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Man, I am so lonely, I never thought that Sully would move away to get married.
Conditional clauses introduces by when, unless... I wish... If only...
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I want buy a ticket see the film! to to + I want to love her. I want to have loved her. He seems to be sick. He seems to have been sick. They seem to.
Modal Auxiliaries. Must: It can be used to express necessity, strong recommendation, or prohibition Examples: 1. Students must pass an entrance examination.
I used to be afraid of the dark. I’m still afraid of the dark. I used to be afraid of giving a speech in public. I’m still afraid of giving a speech.
Vocabulary Lesson 20. scours If someone scours a place for something, he or she searches it thoroughly. If a person scours her house to find her keys,
Conversation Lesson 23: Leaving or Taking a Message.
Unit | Two Saying Thanks or Sorry Unit | Two Unit Goals: What You Should Learn to Do 1. Express pleasure and thanks 2. Send a message of congratulation.
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Use to + infinitive After question words (who, what, when, where, why, how): I didn’t know what to do next. He always knows where to go to have a good.
Why I love Photography. I love how this photo catches a moment. IT wasn’t posed or planned. It just happened, that’s why I love photography. Like this.
. Start. You hear that someone is talking about you behind your back. Do you confront them or leave the situation alone. Confront Them Confront Them.
SPEAKING:. Contents: Making the request and offers Replying the requests and offers Task 1 Task 2 Being polite: white lies Task 3.
High Frequency Words August 31 - September 4 around be five help next or pull take until walked September 7-11 bring children comes do family like make.
Baby Think It Over PROCEDURESPROCEDURES WHAT-HOW-WHEN-WHY.
1. Think about situations in your life. Use the Key Words to say how relaxing or stressful they are for you. Lying on a beach Shopping with a friends.
Journal Friday Pick an item from the classroom. Then create a short story where that item is doing something that only humans can. Be creative. OR.
1 2 I know the day can be quite hectic, Sometimes really stressful too - But sadly we can't always Do all the things we'd like to do.
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That just 5 or 6 years ago in the middle of the summer my cousins were leaving Michigan to go live in Georgia. I never knew I would not see them again.
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Safe People – Safe Places. ‘What Has Happened to Lulu?’ Find a copy of ‘What has happened to Lulu?’ Use the questions that you have been given to think.
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Approximately 11:00 a.m.. Going up Watts Street from Hillcrest Baptist.
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REGRET I regret saying that to him. He left me. You said something you´re sorry. Regret before you say. I regret to inform you that you´re very sick.
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