Unit 6 ● Week 1 slumped Key Words Slumped means not sitting or standing up straight. Can you show how a person slumped in a chair might look?
Unit 6 ● Week 1 soggy Key Words Soggy means soaked full of water. What is a synonym for soggy ?
Unit 6 ● Week 1 capable Key Words Capable means you have the skill or power to do something well. What are you capable of doing?
Unit 6 ● Week 1 categories Key Words Categories are groups or classes of things. What are some categories of books in a bookstore?
Unit 6 ● Week 1 strands Key Words Strands can be lengths of string, yarn, hair or similar materials. What materials occur as strands ?
Unit 6 ● Week 1 gigantic Key Words Gigantic means very very big. Name an antonym for gigantic.
Unit 6 ● Week 1 credit Key Words Credit is something given by teachers for extra work. What is a synonym for credit ?
Unit 6 ● Week 1 luminous Key Words Luminous means very bright and shiny. Name something you have seen that is luminous.
Unit 6 ● Week 1 catch a cold Function Words & Phrases In English, we use catch a cold to describe what happens when you get sick. Catch a cold means “to get a cold, or to feel like you are going to get a cold.”
Unit 6 ● Week 1 if it weren’t for Function Words & Phrases In English, we use if it weren’t for to describe something that happened because of something else. If it weren’t for means “happening as a result of another event or action.”
Unit 6 ● Week 1 propped up in bed Function Words & Phrases In English, we use propped up in bed to describe a way of sitting up in bed. Propped up in bed means “using pillows or other objects to support the back in a sitting position.
Unit 6 ● Week 1 hold (to store or keep something that doesn’t fit anywhere else) Function Words & Phrases In English, we use hold to describe keeping or storing things. Hold means “to keep something in a fixed position.”