Unit 3 ● Week 2 dismiss Key Words Dismiss means to let a person go. When does the bell dismiss you from school?
Unit 3 ● Week 2 intentions Key Words Intentions are plans to act in a certain way. Tell about a time when you had good intentions.
Unit 3 ● Week 2 despair Key Words Despair is lack of all hope. How could you help someone in despair ?
Unit 3 ● Week 2 descended Key Words Descended means to have moved from a higher place to a lower one. What is an antonym of descended ?
Unit 3 ● Week 2 accompany Key Words Accompany means to go with…in music, it means to play or sing an accompaniment to or for. Where do you accompany your parents?
Unit 3 ● Week 2 delicacies Key Words Delicacies are rare and delicious foods. Caviar – fish eggs??? Name two foods that you consider delicacies.
Unit 3 ● Week 2 consented Key Words Consented means you gave permission or agreed to something. What is a synonym for consented ?
Unit 3 ● Week 2 seek Key Words To seek something is to look for it. See it? There it is! What makes something hard to seek ?
Unit 3 ● Week 2 as luck would have it Function Words & Phrases In English, we use “as luck would have it” to describe something good that happened…(like the fallen tree missed the car)! As luck would have it means “good luck, or fortunately.”
Unit 3 ● Week 2 at one’s service Function Words & Phrases In English, we use “ at one’s service” to describe a time when someone helps another person. At one’s service means “to be available to help.”
Unit 3 ● Week 2 delicately Function Words & Phrases In English, we use “delicately” to describe a way that someone might do something very carefully. Delicately means “in a gentle and mild way.”
Unit 3 ● Week 2 with a heavy heart Function Words & Phrases In English, we use “with a heavy heart” to describe a feeling of sadness. With a heavy heart means “in a sad way.”