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predictive; foretelling of events to come (adjective)
Amends made, as for damage or loss (noun)
Immoral or unchaste; lewd (adjective)
Someone/something who indicates what is going to happen (noun)
To punish, as by beating (verb)
The face or facial features (noun)
to influence by slyness (verb)
use ambiguous or unclear expressions, usually to avoid commitment or in order to mislead (verb)
To make a request (verb); ALWAYS followed by an object
lacking physical strength (adjective)
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.
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Used in place of a noun pronoun pronoun. expresses an action, a condition, or a state of being verb verb.
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Click the globe beside the matching definition.
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Use so with an adjective to make the adjective stronger. Subject+ verb to be+ so+ adjective. Theyaresocreative. Heissoimaginative.
Look at that pumpkin! I love green apples. They have many toys which pumpkin? what kind of apples? how many?
Grammar Spinner Touch any part of the screen to begin. (Or click your mouse) Touch the screen again each time you want to spin.
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UNIT 4 Modals: may, might, can, could. Modal verbs: Give an indication of the speaker’s attitude Can indicate degrees of certainty, uncertainty, etc.
Dependent Clauses There are 3 different types of dependent clauses. Noun Clause (NC) Adjective Clause (AdjC) Adverb Clause (AdvC)
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Vocabulary 1.1 Action and Reaction. Irrevocable Adjective Not able to be changed, reversed, or recovered; final.
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.
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_____________________ Definition Part of Speech (circle one) Picture Antonym (Opposite) Vocab Word Noun Pronoun Adjective Adverb Conjunction Verb Interjection.
Exploring the Titanic By Robert D. Ballard. eerie Adjective Def- weird, especially in a frightening way Ex: The old man’s house was especially eerie at.
All sentences need: Capital letter End mark Make sense Subject (WHO or WHAT the sentence is about) Predicate (Describes the subject or tells more about.
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