Presentation on theme: "Vocabulary Words McBroom the Rainmaker regard regard merciful merciful predict predict accurate accurate drought drought prairie prairie desperately desperately."— Presentation transcript:
Vocabulary Words McBroom the Rainmaker regard regard merciful merciful predict predict accurate accurate drought drought prairie prairie desperately desperately sowing sowing heaved heaved dispositions dispositions
regard – n. thought or care
merciful – adj. kind or forgiving
predict – v. to tell beforehand
accurate – adj. – correct; exact
drought – n. period of time when there is very little rain or no rain at all
prairie – n. a large area of level or rolling land with grass and few or no trees
desperately – adv. hopelessly
sowing – v. planting
heaved – v. past tense of heave: to make a sound with a lot of effort or strain
dispositions – n. plural of disposition: a natural way of acting; mood
Fill in the blank! Yesterday morning, I was ______ the carrot seeds. Some people have no ______ for the truth. Only dried mud remained in the riverbed as a result of the long ______. In math class, we have to make sure our answers are ______. Some early pioneers crossed the ______, while others stopped to farm the land.
Fill in the blank! My parents were ______ after I apologized for breaking the rules. I wish I could ______ the future and know what I will be doing in ten years. Jen ______ the boxes up three flights of stairs to her new apartment. She ______ wanted to know if her best friend was accepted into Harvard University. I love going to Mr. Smith’s class because he is always in a good ______.