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Bridge to Terabithia Words of the Day Week 2
noun; a persistent attempt to gain something The siege on the enemy’s fort lasted for 2 months. siege
noun; a recess or small room adjacent to a room I read my mystery book in the comfy alcove. alcove
Adjective; brought together into a single whole During group work, we consolidated our ideas. consolidated
verb; being banished from a person’s native land After committing the crime he was exiled from his city. exiled
noun; a defensive wall or elevation The parapets protected the king and queen from intruders. parapets
verb; to indulge oneself in some luxury, especially a costly one I splurged on the newest Nike shoes. splurge
adjective; displaying reluctance or unwillingness In a grudging manner, my sister helped take out the trash. grudging
verb; to be reluctant to do, meet, or experience I was dreading the big math test coming up. dread
verb; to remain silent or hold in an offended mood After failing the Word the Day quiz I sulked the rest of the day. sulked
noun; the forming of a theory without firm evidence. There was much speculation to the cause of the fire. speculation
Gram & Me Vocabulary Practice This bridge is the only __________ between the island and the mainland.. A connection B possession C relief.
Word of the Day Week of August 3, 2015 Relentless (adj) remaining strict or determined Sentence: The students were relentless in pursuit of good grades.
Verb To declare not guilty Noun The crime of deliberately setting fire to something.
You probably find many new words when you do your English activities. Don’t panic. Use a strategy to learn the new words. Avoid writing all the unknown.
Think of a sentence to go with this picture. Can you use any of these words? then if so while though since when Try to use interesting adjectives, powerful.
An adjective describes a noun. Underline the correct part of speech in the following statements.
Vocabulary List 7. accomplice noun a person who helps another commit a crime connotation: neutral Both the robber and his accomplice were arrested.
Scotland on the horizon … Paco's dream comes true: Scotland on the horizon …
Wordly Wise Book 4 Unit 8. ancient Adjective: Very old; of a long time ago. Sentence: The drawing below represents an ancient pharaoh of Egypt, King Tut.
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Personal pronouns. Subject and object pronouns I me I am lost. Can you help me? I want you to go with me. An object pronoun comes after a verb or a preposition.
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Apply Application Complete Experience Position Recent Skill System Technology Training Vocabulary: Employment.
Vocabulary for pg 165 The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank.
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Subjective Case Objective Case Possessive Form used before a Noun Possessive Form used Independently I me my mine you your.
BY GABBY CHARLES JESSICA Parts of Speech. Noun A noun is a person, place, thing, or idea. The girl was at the park.
An adjective is a word that describes a noun. IT is used to add something to the meaning of a noun. adjectives nice single storey beautiful brown.
Date:. Definition: to choose someone for a job Part of speech: verb Synonyms: name,choose,nominate Antonyms: discharge,fire,dismiss Original sentence:
Week #6 - Vocabulary #5, 15, 25, 35, and 45!!!. 5. aesthetic Definition: pertaining to beauty or the arts Part of speech: adjective Sentence: The aesthetics.
Story Writing Big Bad Wolf. Story Writing Beginning (w2ho, where, when?) Development (What happened?) Climax (Exciting) Ending + lesson.
Bridge to Terabithia. Bridge to Terabithia Chapters 1-4 Vocabulary 1.clabber – thick sour milk 2.falter – not go straight on; draw back or hesitate 3.grit.
Phrases Week 3 Grammar. What is a phrase? A phrase is a group of words without a verb. For example: with a blue dress kicking a ball in the room.
Bellwork Vocabulary Week One. Dude, it’s reading time! Begin your two column journal. Remember: Use quotation marks and the page number. Correct Format:
Adjectives. Adjective: modifies a noun or a pronoun – Modify means ‘to describe’ or ‘to make the meaning of a noun or a pronoun more specific’ – It tells:
Simple and Complete. Sentence Subject and Predicate Every sentence has: Subject Predicate.
Vocabulary 3. verb gather together or accumulate (a large amount or number of valuable material or things) over a period of time.
Parts of Speech the doorway to great communication.
Word of the Day Week of October 15 th. admonish: to give a stern warning Part of Speech: verb Which of these are examples of admonishing someone? A police.
Adjective Clauses who whom which that whose when where.
Math project MY DREAM HOUSE Done by: Emily Dai G8 Amber.
“SPEC” A Greek/Latin root word meaning see or look.
Phrasal Verbs What are they and how do I use them?
Academic VocabAcademic Vocab. Academic Vocab PacketAcademic Vocab Packet If you lose this packet: It is mandatory after school tutoring It is mandatory.
Definition: done in secret; kept hidden Derivative: clandestinely Sentence: Their clandestine meetings occur when Stan pretends that he needs to rest.
Model Sentences #5 The “future in the past”. What is the “future in the past?” We often tell stories about something that happened in the past. Within.
Call of the Wild. crucial cru-cial adjective It is crucial for a baby to drink milk every day. Crucial means very important Synonym- Antonym-
Expert 21 vocabulary “Finding Their Futures”. advantage (noun) Meaning: a benefit; something that helps you get ahead Example: The free tutoring sessions.
IT’S ALL UP TO “TO” Infinitive Phrases. Infinitive form of a verb that (generally) appears with the word TO in front of it, ACTS like a noun, adjective.
Adjective Phrases Who Whom Which That Whose Where.
Branding Can a person be a brand? Discuss the following with the person next to you: Why people become a brand name? What does the person gain by becoming.
Subjects & Predicates. The complete subject and predicate Any clause can be divided into two parts. One half will tell what that clause is about (the.
book: group of printed sheet of papers held together by a cover That is her book.
Adjective Clauses who whom which that whose when where LAY SENGHOR1.
Spec / spic look. con·spic·u·ous [kuh n-spik-yoo-uh s] -adjective 1.easily seen or noticed; readily visible or observable: a conspicuous error. 2.attracting.
Helping Planet Earth Unit 4 Wk 3. Conservation: the protection and wise use of forests, rivers, minerals, and other natural resources noun Planting trees.
Infinitives and Infinitive Phrases. Infinitives An infinitive is another verb form that may function as a noun. It may also function as an adjective or.
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