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“The Flying Tomato” Expedition 4, Lesson 1
A feeling of happiness Eating an ice- cream cone on a hot day gives me pleasure.
An ability you are born with for doing something Cy has a talent for remembering names.
One who slides down a snowy slope on a narrow board. Ellie met a champion snowboarder at the ski park.
Money or other valuable things The more wealth the famous singer had, the more she gave away.
Every day It is time for my daily walk.
The state of being well-known Which would you rather have– fame or fortune?
What is athletic success? What is athletic success? In what ways have athletes beat the odds to succeed? How can we over come challenges?
“The Girl with the Golden Foot” Expedition 4, Lesson 3
A group of people who watch or listen to a performance. The audience cheered at the end of our play.
To move quickly with a purpose If you want to catch the bus, you’ll have to hustle.
A change in looks to keep from being recognized The undercover cop wore his disguise.
Unwilling to change one’s mind or act a certain way The stubborn toddler refused to eat his carrots.
To walk in a proud way We watched the winning team strut into the gym.
To change something to suit new conditions. We will have to adapt our plans if it rains.
What is athletic success? In what ways have athletes beat the odds to succeed? How can we over come challenges? Guided Questions
“A Dream that Came True” Expedition 4, Lesson 6
To try Rob will now attempt a slam dunk.
Very bad Have you head the horrible news?
To wish something had not been said or done. If you eat the entire pie, you will regre it.
To keep something from happening as planned Staying up late can derail an early morning jog.
A feeling of worry or unease Once she was on stage, Tina’s nervousness disappeared.
To give all your attention to something I am trying to concentrate on this crossword puzzle.
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“A Hero On and Off the Track” Expedition 4, Lesson 8
Smooth, beautiful movements The dance leapt through the air with skill and grace.
Great of huge In soccer, the goalie is of immense importance because he/she keeps the other team from scoring.
To tell someone what you think he or she should do The waiter will advise us about what to order.
To hold tightly Clench the ball as you run down the field so you don’t drop it.
honest I appreciate your sincere apology.
To stop something from happening To prevent a side ache, don’t exercise after eating.
Jesse OwensJesse Owens Adolf HitlerAdolf Hitler Luz LongLuz Long GermanyGermany Names and Places to Look For:
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1. 动名词作主语 Reading in bed is a bad habit. Planting trees can help to prevent the soil from being washed away by rainwater. 在下列句型中，我们可以用 it 作形式主语， 而把动名词放在句末。
Dolch Word List Directions: This is the Dolch words list. They are 220 words that occur frequently in reading. Your child should be able to recognize.
Oxford Words I the and to a was my went.
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Gerunds and infinitives can function as: NOUNS (subjects, objects, subject complements) As subjects, they take a singular verb. Only Gerunds can be.
Gerunds and Infinitives. Gerunds and infinitives can function as: NOUNS (subjects, objects, subject complements)
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What did you see? It was about ten in the morning, and I was sitting in Maxi’s Café near City Park. I was having a cup of coffee, and I was watching the.
When you see a soccer ball, jump and hit it in the air with your head.
A peculiar phrase that can NOT be taken literally.
UnitUnit 5 (Period 1) Mrs Zhong * consequence n. * jeans n. * let in * organize v. organization n. eg: WTO WHO * bike n. * you ll=you will.
Idioms in the English Language Let’s begin! Students will be able to : 1. understand what an idiom is. 2. recognize the meaning of idioms. 3. explain.
This morning I wanted to wear my new t-shirt but my _______ said I should wear something else My _________ said she might give us a test next week. My.
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Sometimes we can tell how people are feeling by looking at them. How are they feeling?
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The to +infinitive. 1.To express purpose. He went to university to become a lawyer. We came to the party in order to enjoy ourselves. 2.After certain.
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Good morning! Bell work: 1.Make sure you have your 7Habits book and have a seat. 2.Be ready to go when the bell rings. Emilano, you’re up! Learning IntentionsSuccess.
“Soccer Song”. ashamed If you are ashamed, you feel bad about having done something wrong.
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Gerunds Vs Infinitives. What (the h***) is the gerund? A gerund is the ING form of the verb. Examples: Playing Swimming Going Running Being.
KT993-1 Week 4. Explode: to burst, fly into pieces, or break up violently.
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220 Dolch Words. a because this pull after far.
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I understand my rights and responsibilities in the school. I understand the need for rules in society and why we have the rules we do in school. If I don’t.
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Specially invited guests, teachers, parents, graduates and well wishers. I am very honored to be here today. As I thought about what I would say this afternoon,
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