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A Royal Mystery By Audrey Carangelo
discomfort noun-distress or uneaseGavin felt a great deal of discomfort after he broke his arm in the football game.
primitive adjective-simple, unsophisticated or crudeEarly telephones are considered primitive compared to today’s standards.
honored verb-accepting or enjoying respect or distinctionThe soldiers were honored with a special ceremony to thank them for their service to our country.
secretive adjective-concealing; not open or frankAva’s parents were very secretive about her surprise birthday party.
immersed adjective-fully absorbed or occupiedKellee was so immersed in her book that she didn’t hear her mom call her for dinner.
bungled verb-botched; handled badlyI was so embarrassed after I bungled the presentation in front of my new boss.
contagious adjective-spread by contact; communicableIf you are sick, it is important to stay home because you may be contagious.
brandishing verb-waving about in a bold or daring mannerThe knight was brandishing his sword, waving it about.
imprinted noun-marked on a surface by printing or pressureThe United States Mint imprinted the coins with a new design.
frequently adverb-happening often, repeatedlyMy friend frequently missed the bus because she forgot to set her alarm clock.
mimicking Verb-to imitate or copyMy little sister makes me so mad, mimicking everything I say.
gingerly adverb-with great care or cautionI set the vase down gingerly, being extra careful not to drop it.
assume verb-to take for granted or without proofNever assume that someone else will do your work for you.
sarcastically Adverb- using a sneering or cutting remark; irony“Sure I’d love to do extra homework,” I told my friend sarcastically.
filters verb-partially obstructed or blockedWe use filters to make sure that the water is purified.
theme Noun-The moral or lesson to be learned from a storyThe theme of the movie was to not “judge someone by the way they look.”
“Dict” Means “Speak” diction One’s manner of speaking; enunciation.
Unit5 Can you come to my party?--SectionA 海南文昌中学－傅秋丹.
Ask the students to have free talks. A:How do you get to school ？ B:I take the bus. A:How far is it from your home to school ？ B:It’s three miles. A:How.
Review Chapter 6. REVIEW To Be Who is he? Who is she? Who are they? He’s my father. She’s my friend. They’re my parents.
I Had A Bad Day Conversation Page 39 Look up the sentences Ben’s bad luck.
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Unit 9 Can you come to my party? Language Goals: Make invitations Decline invitations accept invitations Talk about obligations.
Telling lies * Things to think about * What are lies?
Good Work: Helped Mom clean kitchen. Motive: So I could play video games. Motive: To get dessert first! Good Work: Helped Mom clean kitchen. Good Work:
Apprehensive Anxious Bad Bored Confused Crazy Curious Depressed Disappointed Discouraged Dull Embarrassed Enthusiastic Excited Exhausted Envious Friendly.
5th Grade Vocabulary Cycle. Prediction PREDICTION Why did you ____________ that I did not like lemon pie just because I ordered apple pie?
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Lesson 117 Tommy’s breakfast. A competition about food the teacher flash the cards; a student in group one throw the ballon into the air and try to read.
Sweet and Sour Secrets Pickle Mountain Elementary School.
Happy Thanksgiving !. Tell your partner something good that happened to you recently. What was it? Why did you appreciate it?
Present continuous. Q: Where are you? A: I’m in front of the school. Q: Are you going somewhere? A: Yes, I am. I’m going to the bus stop. Q:
Character Traits Part II: Practice!. Think, Say, Do! When discussing character traits, it helps us to think of what the characters think, say, and do.
A Book Report by Jordan The main character is Mrs. Piggle Wiggle all the children love her because she never gets mad at anything not even the dumbest.
The Lost Boy By Dave Pelzer Recommended by Bianey B,Yesenia S, Adilene M, Pedro C, Dilun C Recommended by Bianey B,Yesenia S, Adilene M, Pedro C, Dilun.
By: Mildred Pitts Walter Theme 4: Person to Person Genre: Realistic Fiction.
Reported speech Rewrite what the people say using reported speech.
The total tragedy of a girl named Hamlet Erin Dionne 2010 Fiction
Section A Unit 5 Can you come to my party? What are you doing for vacation / this weekend? I'm playing soccer. I'm going to the movies. I'm visiting.
Oxford Words I the and to a was my went.
Every Soul A Star Wendy Mass Published: 2008 Genre: Coming of Age- Fiction Emily Gonzalez 4 th Period.
Unit 7 – Problem Solving Lesson A. Get and Have Lesson B. Need + passive infinitive / verb + ing.
Answers. Win event Be a pro surfer Win regionals Get back in the water Fix breakfast Stand up Long board to competition board Get out.
Room 103 LINC 4 October 4 th,2013. IS WOULD YOU MAY DO ARE DOES.
Section B Period 2 (3a - Self Check) What are you doing this week? What do you have to do this week? Are you going to spend your weekend with your friends?
Feelings Everybody has feelings. Feelings Everybody has Feelings! There are many ways to feel! Can you look at someone and know how they feel? Angry Sad.
“Mom, Dad, I’m Pregnant…”
April’s Story April’s Story Growing up in the educational system as a multiracial child.
What is your gift?. What is your talent? Do people encourage you to develop your talent?
Grammar and usage Negative words and negative statements.
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iMAGINE what happened, then be grateful we aren’t in the situation ! When will this cruel war be over? The Civil War diary of Emma Thompson By Barry Denenburg.
Irony Surprises, Twists, and Mysteries 1. Irony Meaning – When the audience expects something to happen and the opposite occurs. There are three types.
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1. 去旅行 ______________ 2. 想起 ______________ 3. （在 ) 不做某事（的情况下） ____________ 4. 一个令人吃惊的聚会 __________________ 5. 将 …… 带到 …… ________________ 6. 收到某人的信 ________________.
MYJ - Strengthening Family Relationships. Activities: View stories from p ‘You and Your Family’ article Discuss key points List the guidelines.
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I’m Henry. Today’s lesson is about my story!
USED TO / WOULD.
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