2Vocab 1A & 1B 1A 1B 1. A, D 2. C, B 3. C, D 4. C, B 5. B, A 6. C, B 7. D, B8. C, A9. A, D10. B, C1B1. EXCRUCIATING2. BRUSQUENESS3. TURBULENT4. DEMEAN5. PROPRIETOR6. REBUFFED7. AVID8. RESILIENT9. INAUGURATION10. CONCISE
3Vocab 1C & 1D 1. A, B 2. A, C 3. A, B, C 4. B, C, D 5. A, B 6. B, C 1. BRUSQUE3. ABRUPT5. REBUFF6. REJECT7. EMULATE9. IMITATE10. DEMEANING12. DESPICABLE13. TURBULENT15. STORMY
4Vocab 2A & 2B 2A – Finding Meaning 2B – Just the Right Word 1. A,D 3. B,C4. D, A5. B,A6. B,C7. B,A8. C, B9. B, D10. D, C2B – Just the Right WordCorroboratedGruesomeSuccumbedEndeavorAbrasionsInventoryGrimacedDeriveCursoryGingerly
5Vocab 2C & 2D 2C – Applying Meanings 2D – Word Study 1. copy – emulate 3. A, D4. A, B, D5. A, D6. A, B, C7. A, B, C8. A, B2D – Word Study1. copy – emulate2. stormy – turbulent3. succumb – die4. reject – rebuff5. attempt – endeavor6. brusque – gentle7. praise – demean8. admirable – despicable9. rebuff – welcome10. calm - turbulent
6Vocab 2E1. He was clad in deerskin garments with a grass cape to keep out the cold.10. Several independent tests corroborated the results.11. The weight of the snow and ice on the Iceman’s face probably pressed his features into an expression that looked like a grimace.12. The dry, ice winds dehydrated the body.13. The first step after the body was discovered was an endeavor to remove it from the mountain.15. It would be inaccurate because scientists were electrified by the discovery.
7Vocab 3A & 3B 3A – Finding Meaning 3B – Just the Right Word 1. C, A 2. A,D3. C,B4. B,D5. B,C6. C,D7. B,C8. A,D9. D,B10. C,B3B – Just the Right WordConjectureImperativeAnonymousAnthologySpontaneityInstillRecurDispositionGenerationPivot
8Vocab 3C & 3D 3D – Word Study 3C – Applying Meaning 1. A, D 2. A, B, C Pivot; turn SAnonymous; unknown SEncompass; exclude AImperative; urgent SPrevalent; rare APivotal; important SGuess; conjecture SModify; change SGuile; innocence ARemove; extricate S3C – Applying Meaning1. A, D2. A, B, C3. A, B, C4. A, B, C5. A, B, C6. A, C, D7. A, B, C8. A, B
9Vocab 3E 4. He had a cold and cruel disposition. 5. The original authors remain anonymous.7. They are prevalent throughout the world.8. They try to instill values and provide models of appropriate behavior.10. He knew he could easily extricate himself from such a familiar place.12. It is an anthology of folk tales.14. A spoken tale is often modified while written ones change little.
10Vocab 4A & 4B 4A – Finding Meaning 4B – Just the Right Word 1. B, D 2. C, D3. B, C4. A, D5. D, A6. B, A7. D, B8. B, C9. A, D10. A, D4B – Just the Right Word1. Irascible2. Abhor3. Reverberated4. Sage5. Amiss6. Despondent7. Entreated8. Reclusive9. Tremulous10. Affable
11Vocab 4C & 4D 4D – Word Study 4C – Applying Meaning 1. A, B, D 2. C, D A, C5. A, B, C, D6. A, B7. A, CA, D
12Vocab 4E 1. The war dragged on interminably. 3. She saw that Soo Nyung was despondent over the changes in Liang-Po.4. She was famous for her sage advice and herbal remedies6. He would only break silence when he launched into a tirade8.Liang-Po is described as an affable man.10.The roar of the tiger reverberated through the forest.11.He was haunted by memories of war.14. There was a profound change in Liang-Po after the war.
13Vocab 5A & 5C 5A – Finding Meaning 5C – Applying Meaning 1. D, A 2. B, D3. C, D4. D, A5. C, B6. B, A7. B, C8. A, D9. B, A10. C, A5C – Applying Meaning1. C2. A, B3. A, B, C4. B5. D6. A, B, C7. B, C8. C
14Vocab 5B & 5D 5B – Just the Right Word 5D – Word Study 1. audacious2. slovenly3. profusion4. prudence5. mutiny6. conscientious7. inkling8. rankles9. lackadaisical10. embark5D – Word Study1. resilient (unit 1)2. recur (unit 3)3. dehydrate (unit 2)4. anonymous (unit 3)5. pseudonym (unit 1)6. anthology (unit 3)7. impel (unit 4)
15Vocab 5E 7. Breadfruit plants grew in profusion there. 12. He confiscated all of the weapons on board and locked up all crew members loyal to the captain.13. The passage says that Bligh had no inkling of trouble
16Vocab 6A & 6B 6A – Finding Meaning 6B – Just the Right Word 1. D, A 4. D, C5. A, D6. D, B7. A, C8. D, C9. C, B10. B, D6B – Just the Right Word1. Assimilate2. Imminent3. Meticulous4. Shackled5. Anarchy6. Dissension7. Elapsed8. Conspired9. Sweltering10. Arraigned
17Vocab 6C & 6D 6D – Word Study 6C – Applying Meaning 1. A, B, D Meticulous – CarefulAssimilate – AbsorbCalamity – DisasterPass – ElapseArraign – ChargePeculiar – BizarreOrder – AnarchySuccumb – ResistChilly – SwelteringDissension - Agreement6C – Applying Meaning1. A, B, D2. A, B, C, D3. A, B, C, DA, B, C5. B, C6. A, B, D7. A, BA, C, D
18Vocab 6E2. The sweltering heat of the sun left the crew too tired to row.4. Bligh kept a meticulous record of everything that happened after the mutiny.7. Smith’s story was quite bizarre.8. Tahiti would be a logical place for the Navy to look for him. If apprehended, he would be hanged.10. Dissension developed among the residents.13. They were shackled below the decks.14. He sailed away after only a short amount of time had elapsed.
19Vocab 7A & 7B 7A – Finding Meaning 7B – Just the Right Word 1. B, C 2. D, A3. C, A4. D, A5. A, D6. C, D7. B, C8. B, A9. D, B10. A, D7B – Just the Right Word1. Contingent2. Replica3. Fledgling4. Negligible5. Fanfare6. Mettle7. Deluge8. Dispels9. Dubbed10. Inanity
20Vocab 7C & 7D 7D – Word Study 7C – Applying Meaning 1. B, C, D Name – Dub SCourage – Mettle SShorten – Protract AFrighten – Daunt SExpert – Fledgling ADispel – Evoke AFoolish – Inane SCopy – Replica SNegligible – Substantial AAssociate – Colleague S7C – Applying Meaning1. B, C, D2. A, B, C3. A, B, C4. A, B, C, D5. A, B, D6. C, D7. A, C, D8. A, B, C, D
21Vocab 7E2. The astronauts were trained in a replica of the space shuttle.5. Physical strength is negligible to an astronaut.6. Yes, the women proved their mettle in all situations.7. Any person who was claustrophobic would feel uncomfortable in the shuttle’s tight spaces and in the rescue balls.9. Dr. Ride trained alone with 5 other colleagues.12. Some of the older male astronauts were condescending toward the younger female trainees.13. They dubbed it “the vomit comet”.
22Vocab 8A & 8B 8A – Finding Meaning 8B – Just the Right Word 1. A, B 3. B, C4. D, A5. B, C6. A, D7. C, B8. A, D9. B, C10. D, B8B – Just the Right Word1. Audible2. Bantered3. Grappling4. Pangs5. Adept6. Fastidious7. Azure8. Deployed9. Precedes10. Decelerate
23Vocab 8C & 8D 8D – Word Study 8C – Applying Meaning 1. A, C 2. A, B 4. A, C, D5. A, B, D6. B, C, D7. A, C8. D
24Vocab 9A & 9B 9A – Finding Meaning 9B – Just the Right Word 1. D, A 3. B, C4. B, C5. A, D6. D, C7. B, C8. D, B9. C, B10. D, A9B – Just the Right Word1. Sporadic2. Staple3. Diverted4. Agile5. Allotted6. Unseemly7. Balmy8. Queried9. Tumult10. Influx
25Vocab 9C & 9D 9D – Word Study 9C – Applying Meaning 1. C, D 2. A, B, C 1. intricate2. complicated5. occasional6. sporadic7. irregular8. fitful11. copy12. replica13. absorb15. assimilate9C – Applying Meaning1. C, D2. A, B, C3. A, B4. A, B, D5. A, B, D6. A, B, D7. A, B8. B,C
26Vocab 10A & 10B 10A – Finding Meaning 10B – Just the Right Word 1. B, C2. D, A3. B, C4. B, D5. D, A6. D, B7. D, A8. A, B9. B, C10. C, A10B – Just the Right Word1. atrocious2. muted3. languishing4. dialect5. commemorated6. flagrant7. turmoil8. razed9. advocate10. dire
27Vocab 10C & 10D 10D – Word Study 10C – Applying Meaning 1. C, D 1. conspire2. assimilate3. precede4. apprehend5. abject6. interrogate7. advocate8. protracted9. congregate10. commemorate10C – Applying Meaning1. C, D2. A, C, D3. B, D4. A, B, D5. A, B, C6. C, D7. C, D8. A, C, D
28Vocab 10E2. With over 20 dialects spoken in Guatemala, it would be difficult for people to understand each other well enough to organize an opposition.7. Her autobiography documents the atrocities committed against the native peoples of Guatemala by the govt.11. They might claim that they were trying to prevent turmoil in the city.12. The passage says that the refugees languished for years in refugee camps.15. Many peasants were left homeless because the army razed their villages.
29Vocab 11A & 11B 11A – Finding Meaning 11B – Just the Right Word 2. D, A3. A, D4. B, D5. B, D6. A, D7. C, B8. A, C9. A, C10. A, B11B – Just the Right Word1. Renown2. Augmented3. Grotesque4. Discerning5. Impersonate6. Connoisseur7. Exemplifies8. Embellished9. Executed10. Pastoral
30Vocab 11C & 11D 11D – Word Study 11C – Applying Meaning 1. A, B, C 1. secure – precarious A2. turmoil – tumult S3. unseemly – appropriate A4. humdrum – electrifying A5. kind – benevolent S6. simplify – embellish A7. intricate – ornate S8. balmy – turbulent A9. atrocious – commendable A10. slovenly – fastidious A11C – Applying Meaning1. A, B, C2. A, B3. A, B, C, D4. A, B, C, D5. C, D6. B, C, D7. A, B, C, D8. A, C, D
31Vocab 11E1. The costumed dancers are impersonating the kachina spirits.3. Tourists could not reach the Hopi because the paths leading to the hilltops were very precarious.4. The heads have ornately carved masks.5. The kachina dolls are painted in bright colors & are highly embellished.7. The demon kachinas often are grotesque in appearance.8. Selling kachinas to outsiders were opposed because they were a hallowed part of Hopi culture.9. They were a pastoral people.12. The kachinas help the children discern the history, codes of behavior, & religion of their people.13. The former senator was a connoisseur of kachinas,14. These kachinas were augmented by having additional pieces glued on.15. The Hopi have achieved renown as excellent artists.