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except Prep. Other than; but I enjoy watching the Olympics except when the U.S.A does not win.
sudden Adj. Happening without Warning It was a sudden shock, when my car crashed into a tree.
invisible Adj. impossible to see; not visible The freaky, invisible man did not have a face.
Expect v. To look forward to something that is likely to occur. I expect to earn straight A’s because I worked really hard this this trimester.
Etymology-Study of the history and meaning of words The English language is a melting pot. Indian Salvadorian African
Etiquette Noun: An acceptable behavior, having good manners. Adopted from the French language The Lin family did not know the proper etiquette while in the French restaurant.
Prefixes/Base Words/Suffixes Pre- = before Examples: preheat = heat before preview =view before premature = mature before appropriate timing
By Sandra Cisneros. Objectives Identify qualities of characters Connect the story to prior knowledge.
Potted History: Languages in England.
Why do people learn English? Actually I’m learning English because….
Knight Pride R – Respect To show consideration, appreciation and acceptance.
Adverbs and Adjectives. 2 Adjectives Adjectives are words that modify nouns or pronouns by defining, describing, limiting, or qualifying those nouns or.
Emphatic Structures (Words that give EMPHASIS) How to use: so... such...
Unit 2: Changes. Chapter 5 TEACHING AND LEARNING.
Frys Third 100 Phrases Read each phrase out loud in a soft voice. Click on the space bar after reading each phrase and a new phrase will appear. Read each.
The Man Who Invented Basketball James Naismith and His Amazing Game By Edwin Brit Wyckoff Unit 4 Week 1.
Adj. Having one color, something that is only one color or shades of one color.
CULTURE 9Geog/Olson/2009. What is Culture? System of beliefs, values, and assumptions about life It guides our behavior It is shared by a group.
Near the car. For example Watch the river. Between the lines.
Vocabulary Two. 1. Neglected- v- ignored, not cared for 2. Allusion- n- a reference or mentioning of people, places, events, or literary works
Milovan Glisic Elementary School My school There are almost 1000 students in 42 classes. It starts at 8:00 a.m. or 2.00 p.m., and finishes at 12:20 or.
Teaching the Discovering the Real Me Series Student Textbook and Teacher’s Manual 8.
Frye’s phrases 3 rd 100. Near the car Between the lines.
Third 100 Words. near the car between the lines.
Jimmy Period 4 Computer # Moral: Slow and steady wins the race.
High-Frequency Phrases Third 100 Words. Near the car.
NOUNS AND VERBS By BREE DIGNAN A3. = NOUNS = VERBS.
FOREIGN LANGUAGE IN MY FUTURE CAREER.. Introduction Hello there! My name is Vlad and I am about to show you what my future profession is capable of.
Al Masmia Secondary School. A presentation for If Conditionals Types 0, 1, 2 P r e p a r e d b y : T. F a t m a T u b a s i D e s i g n e d b y : T. S.
Noun. Noun - verb noun Noun - verb article- adj. - adj. - Noun - verb.
EAP 4 From Paragraph to Essay. Read this paragraph and decide what is special about the underlined sentence. After coming back to my flat, I looked forward.
Warmup #1 Red Hot Root Words 3/4 PREFIXES: fore: before, toward pre: before, toward post: after, behind VOCABULARY: forecast: to predict or estimate in.
A few things about myself Martin. I‘m 14 years old. I live in Most. I was born in Prague. My favourite language is English. It sounds good for me. It's.
Definition: correctness in behavior and manners; standards or conventions of socially acceptable behaviors Derivative: Sentence: Proper decorum is to.
High. every near add food between own below.
Ten Mile Day Day 1 What challenges do immigrants encounter?
Appositives. An appositive is a noun or noun phrase that tells you more about a nearby noun or pronoun. Example: “It turned out that one of the top.
Vocabulary “The All American Slurp”. lavishly (adverb) Definition: generously; plentifully Context sentences: The table was heaped lavishly with food.
Infinitives and Gerunds Think of sentences like human bodies.
Fry Instant Phrases Third 100 Words/Phrases These words come from Dr. Edward Fry’s Instant Word List.
Using the Right Word Accept, Except David will _____________ the trophy for the whole team. Everyone in the class will attend the presentation _________.
The First 300 Most Commonly Used English Words Taken from: The Reading Teachers Book of Lists, Third Edition, by Edward Bernard Fry, Ph.D, Jacqueline E.
Discussion Pages Lullabies for Little Criminals by Heather O’Neill Mr Wilson – LMAC
Transportation Tuesday TRANSPORTATION TUESDAY REAR ENDERS – HOW CAN WE PREVENT THEM? A collision occurs when two vehicles occupy the same space!
(adj) describes something that is neither great nor bad…just okay or average. Sentence: Marci in Ms.Stevens’ reading class knew that mediocre sentences.
Choice should be yours or parent’s -Career decision -Selection of required things -Choice for marriage French language new batch-evening English new batch-
Same but Different English Day Activities Keys to your Heart 90 minutes activities –class 5.
Quad (four). Quadrangle (N) An Enclosure – With 4 sides – Surrounded by buildings The 4 th and 5 th grade students ate their feast in the quadrangle.
Topic Sentences A topic sentence is the first sentence of your paragraph. The role of the topic sentence is to tell the reader what the upcoming paragraph.
Quad (four). Quadrangle Quadrant Quadrennial Quadriceps Quadrilateral Quadrilingual Quadrisect Quadruped Quadruple Quadruplet.
Determiners are “quantifiers”. They are used before nouns to say how much or how many of something we are talking about. They are sometimes followed by.
Quarter One Vocab. “Tele” Definition: Far, distant Example word: telescope – (noun) an optical instrument designed to make distant objects appear nearer.
WEL COME. TEACHER’S INTRODUCTION MONIRUL ISLAM ASST. TEACHER ADARSHA GIRLS’ HIGH SCHOOL FARIDPUR.
Frequently Confused Words 1.Accept, Except 2.Either …or, Neither…no 3.Between, Among 4.Briefly, Shortly 5.Borrow, Lend 6. Few, Little 7.Principal, Principle.
Immigrants and the Canadian Mosaic 1. We are all immigrants First Nations English and French 19 th century patterns 20 th century situation to the present.
ENGLISH LANGUAGE THE INDEFINITE ARTICLE. Use The indefinite article When do we use the indefinite article? 1.Before countable nouns which are mentioned.
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