Presentation on theme: "Daily Language Practice Grade 10 – Week 10"— Presentation transcript:
1Daily Language Practice Grade 10 – Week 10 1. Mr. Singh our ancient-history teacher learned us that the new names for Siam, Mesopotamia, and Persia were Thailand, Iraq, and Iran.
2Vocabulary – Week 10 inclement – (adj.) unfavorable, stormy peruse – (v.) to read or study carefullypremonition – (n.) a forewarningdesist – (v.) to ceaserecoil – (v.) to draw backIdiom: “to pay the piper”
3Daily Language Practice Grade 10 – Week 10 2. Not all people in the World considers black to be the color fore mourning, in china and in moslem countries, mourners ware white.
4Vocabulary – Week 10 pertinent – (adj.) to the point; relevant mastiff – (n.) a large dogobsess – (v.) to haunt, preoccupydoleful – (adj.) sad; melancholywan – (adj.) sickly paleIdiom: “on the carpet”
5Daily Language Practice Grade 10 – Week 10 3. Neither my Mother nor my Father have the answer to why tennis balls are fuzzy. Or why golf balls have dimples.
6Vocabulary – Week 10 histrionics – (n.) a display of emotions elusive – (adj.) hard to graspfrustrate – (v.) to counteract; foil; thwartsymptomatic – (adj.) having to do with signs or symptoms; indicativeinterject – (v.) insert; interruptIdiom: “to show one’s hand”
7Daily Language Practice Grade 10 – Week 10 4. Blue and white are the most popular high school colors but are rock or country the most popular music.
8Vocabulary – Week 10 inert – (adj.) without power to move salient – (adj.) outstanding; prominentimminent – (adj.) likely to happen; threateningsqueamish – (adj.) easily shocked; overly sensitiveengrossed – (adj.) absorbedIdiom: “ to tilt at windmills”
9Daily Language Practice Grade 10 – Week 10 5. When a person shivers, they increase the muscular activity in there bodys and that helps them warm up.