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Root: meta Alter, changed; beyond
metabolism noun The process through which an organism changes food into energy
metamorphosis Noun A change in form Synonym: transformation
metaphorical adjective Symbolic rather than literal Synonym: figurative Antonym: actual; real
Root: al Other; another
inalienable adjective Not able to be taken away Synonym: indisputable; undeniable
alienate verb To make hostile Synonym: offend; isolate; separate Antonym: attract
alias noun A name that is not one’s true name Synonym: pseudonym
Root: alter other
alteration noun A change or modification Synonym: adjustment; revision
alternate verb - to go back and forth from one thing to another noun – substitute; stand-in
altercation noun A fight or dispute Synonym: disagreement; quarrel
Root: simul To imitate, to pretend or to appear to be
simulate verb To mimic or imitate Synonym: pretend
dissemble Verb To conceal the truth; to deceive Synonym: mislead; pretend Antonym: reveal
semblance noun a rough likeness Synonym: copy; resemblance
Bellringer: Monday Set up your paper/note cards for wordpieces 3.6 notes.
Word of the Day Week of September 10 th. luminous: giving off light Part of Speech: adjective Which of these manufactured objects are luminous? a burning.
Verb To declare not guilty Noun The crime of deliberately setting fire to something.
Wordpieces 3.5. Root: junct to join; yoke enjoin Verb 1. to command; to urge 2. to forbid.
CONTEXT: AMAZING NATURE TEXAS DINOSAURS. ACQUIRE ac.quire verb To get something.
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-
Parts of sentences Our rhyme to show the words we know and their meanings.
Wordpieces 3.4. Root: sequi/sec to follow inconsequential Adjective Having no effect or importance Synonym: trivial; minor Antonym: essential.
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.
Academic Vocabulary Academic Vocabulary These are words students should know and be able to use in their own vocabulary.
tion ing tion ity ed Adjective Able to move quickly and easily Mentally alert; sharp.
Wordpieces 4.5. erg/urg “work” “work” surgical adjective adjective Very precise; clear and accurate Very precise; clear and accurate Synonym: exact Synonym:
Wordpieces 2.3. ped child foot pedant noun One possessing abundant knowledge of minor, often uninteresting, things.
_____________________ Definition Part of Speech (circle one) Picture Antonym (Opposite) Vocab Word Noun Pronoun Adjective Adverb Conjunction Verb Interjection.
Unit 11 Definitions Included Created by Kathy Young Based on the Illinois STAR Vocabulary Booster Adult Learning Resource Center, Arlington.
Being Imitators. Relevant English Words Webster defines imitate as: ◦ to follow as a pattern, model, or example ◦ to be or appear like: resemble ◦ to.
Bellringer: Monday Put your Old Man and the Sea section 2 journal in the basket and pick up a calendar. Set up your paper or note cards for Wordpieces.
Author: A True Story. acceptance ac-cep-tance noun After the brother and sister stopped arguing and began to show acceptance the entire family was happy.
Wordpieces 2.2. bell war war bellicose adjective adjective Warlike in nature Warlike in nature Synonym: combative Synonym: combative Antonym: peaceful.
Obfuscate : verb definition: to confuse, bewilder, or stupefy to confuse, bewilder, or stupefy to make obscure or unclear to make obscure or unclear to.
Exploding Ants Day 2. How do animals adapt to survive?
Welcome Back!! Pick up both sheets from the table. Complete the writing; this will be the first entry in your writing folder for this nine weeks. After.
Home-Grown Butterflies. enclosure en-clo-sure noun The farmer build an enclosure around the cows so they wouldn ’ t meander away from the farm. Enclosure.
Wordpieces 2.1 Set up your paper in Cornell format. Label the notes “Wordpieces 2.1”
Emulate (verb) related: emulation (noun); emulatively (adverb); emulative (adjective) definition: to try, often by imitating or copying, to equal or surpass.
from Harry Potter’s Cauldron by Benoit Virole Critical Essay It is a writing style. It is a writing style that gives an evaluation or analysis of a piece.
DESCRIPTIVE WRITING Synonyms/Word Choice. WORD CHOICE Think/Pair/Share What can you do to make writing more descriptive? Copy this: To make writing more.
Vocabulary Card Type a sentence using the word. Type the definition Type a synonym Type an antonym Type the word.
Eradicate (ih- rad -i-keyt) WOW! #4. Hoping to eradicate diseases, many charitable organizations donate vaccines and valuable medical supplies to.
Language Learning Targets based on CLIMB standards.
Vocabulary Unit 14 ELA5R3 The student understands and acquires new vocabulary and uses it correctly in reading and writing. The student b. Determines.
Dictionaries are books that list all the words in a language.
Poetry – Diamante Mme DiMarco. You will be expected to submit an anthology of poems as well as a critique of a poem and your author introduction. The.
UNIT 1 LEVEL F. Noun Definition: a combination, union, or merger for some specific purpose. Synonyms: alliance, league, federation, combine Antonym: splinter.
*Use pictures, illustrations, and diagrams *Ask someone to define the word for you *Use dictionaries, thesauruses, and glossaries as tools Goal: Expand.
Year 10 English Big WordsEveryday Word Plays Think About It Imagery Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
SIMIL, SIMUL “similar,” “like,” “same”. assimilate Verb: 1. make similar or like The letter n in the prefix “in” is often assimilated with the following.
Delegation 1879 delegation to Washington D.C. Left to Right, Chief Moses (Sulktalthscosum), Moses' nephew, Chillileetsah, Hiachenie of the Cayuse, and.
Mar, morph, rog, simil, turb. marsh area of low-lying land that is flooded in wet seasons or at high tide and is always waterlogged marine of the sea.
Bellringer: Wednesday Complete the DGP for today. Get out your homework (Article of the Week).
Bellringer: Monday Set up your paper or note cards for Wordpieces 3.4 notes. We will go to the media center to check out self- selected reading books after.
ENGLISH is a language Learning mode of ENGLISH Subject Language(Spoken) Literature Competition.
1. The noun 2. One or two adjectives 3. 3 verbs to the noun 4. To make up a sentence 5. The synonym to the chosen noun.
Imagination OCR 2000 Unit 3 OCR 2000 Unit 3 Gloria Garibay 2008.
Used in place of a noun pronoun pronoun. expresses an action, a condition, or a state of being verb verb.
Word of the Day Week of September 24 th. affluent: having a lot of money Part of Speech: adjective synonym: wealthy Which words mean about the same as.
Wordlist 26 A Face in the Airport Crowd. 1. All in all (adv.) Definition: altogether, utterly Synonym: altogether, utterly Example: All in all the plan.
Vocabulary Stash. Word 1 Word 8 Word 5 Word 2 Word 3 Word 4 Word 6 Word 9 Word 7 Word 10.
Confront I confronted the bully after school and told him I wasn’t giving him any more money. Sounds Like: Synonym: Antonym: Parts of Speech: Definition:
“Single Out” Verb Denotation: 1. to select from a group-2. to treat differently on the basis of sex, race, or religion Synonyms: select, discriminate,
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