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Vocabulary Boot Camp Week 4 (1/25/12 to 1/31/12)
Vocabulary Terms exemplify cognizant independent distinguish dependent appraise compose eccentric appoint perseverance
Exemplify Part of Speech: –verb Parallel Term: –illustrate, represent, give an example Sample Sentence: –Gary Soto’s stories exemplify the aspects of excellent short realistic fiction.
Independent Part of Speech: –adjective Parallel Term: –free Sample Sentence:
Dependent Part of Speech: –adjective Parallel Term: –reliant, controlled by Sample Sentence:
Compose Part of Speech: –verb Parallel Term: –create, produce, write Sample Sentence: –Sixth grade students use their writer’s notebooks as a place to compose their creative ideas.
Appoint Part of Speech: –verb Parallel Term: –select, assign Sample Sentence: –The student body appointed Stacy to be their class treasurer.
Cognizant Part of Speech: –adjective Parallel Term: –aware, mindful Sample Sentence:
Distinguish Part of Speech: –verb Parallel Term: –identify, classify, set apart Sample Sentence: –Mrs. Weasley had a difficult time distinguishing her twin sons, Fred and George.
Appraise Part of Speech: –verb Parallel Term: –evaluate, judge, review Sample Sentence: –The antique vendor will appraise the value of the gold locket.
Eccentric Part of Speech: –adjective Parallel Term: –unusual, odd Sample Sentence:
Perseverance Part of Speech: –noun Parallel Term: –determination Sample Sentence: –Batman’s perseverance fuels his crime- fighting actions in Gotham.
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