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Abrasive The abrasive cleanser scratched my counter top. Her abrasive tone turned me off right away.
Acclimate I had to acclimate to the time and weather change in Alaska.
Chagrin With chagrin, I let my dad take over driving.
Complacent Even though all of her grades were C’s and D’s, she was complacent.
Concur Nine out of ten jury members concurred that the defendant was guilty of the murder.
Defamation Debra Mathers sued her son for defamation of character in his songs.
Explicate Explicate is the same as elucidate or explain.
Fracas The students ran to the door when they heard the fracas in the hallway.
Grotesque During a Halloween party, my friends scared me with a grotesque mask.
Pandemonium Pandemonium erupted on the floor of the stock exchange when stocks began plummeting rapidly.
Raucous The raucous roar of the crowd was killing my ears.
Receptive Speakers who are receptive to constructive criticism will greatly improve.
Renounce I was forced to renounce my position as committee chair when I was caught stealing money from the fund.
Repress It is considered bad luck to repress a sneeze.
Reticent The reticent student always sat in a back corner to avoid talking or being called on.
Savory My mom made a savory dinner of spaghetti and meatballs last night.
Somnolent The somnolent lecture put all the students to sleep.
Vehement Jason vehemently denied any connection to the crime.
Voluble Since he has only taken two years of the language, I was impressed with how voluble he was in Spanish.
Zealous Elie Wiesel was a zealous student of Judaism.
By: Jake and Zack. Abrasive Acclimate Chagrin Complacent Concour Defamation Explicate Fracas Grotesque Pandemonium Raucous Receptive.
(adj) – ordinary; not outstanding Examples: No one could remember the nondescript student because he didn’t make a lasting impression. Synonyms : Antonyms.
Sight Words List 1 Mr. Matthews Grade One can.
The hallway at Butler County Middle School was empty because the bell to be in class had just rung, but the one person Jessie didn’t want to see, especially.
1. Abrasive (adj.): causing irritation, harsh; grinding or wearing down; (n) a substance used to smooth or polish Synonyms: (adj.) chafing, grating, rasping,
A mother held her new baby and very slowly rocked him back and forth, back and forth, back and forth. And while she held him, she sang: I'll love you.
Mrs. Etheredge’s Class Scary Stories by Once upon a time there was a haunted house that had vampires and ghosts and mummies. And on Halloween some people.
A small mouse crept up to a sleeping lion. The mouse admired the lion's ears, his long whiskers and his great mane. Since he's sleeping," thought the.
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THE LION AND THE MOUSE A small mouse crept up to a sleeping lion. The mouse admired the lion's ears, his long whiskers and his great mane. "Since he's.
District 200 High frequency words with say the.
Inanimate Alice episode 5: New Zealand >> >> By Stephanie.
Time to be Born A Reading Genie Book By Geri Murray.
Paper by: Hannah McGraw. Main characters Billie Jo Franklin The mom The dad A relative Mr. Noble Mr. Romeny Doc Rice.
Love You Forever by Robert Munsch. A mother held her new baby and very slowly rocked him back and forth, back and forth, back and forth. And while she.
With All Her Mites Lesson 1. God sees the secret intent of our heart.
The. of and a to in is you that it he for.
Chapter 1 My Dad’s Home I don’t remember this place, I thought. It isn’t home. Not my home. My home is far away, in New Zealand. With Mum. This is a different.
Unit 2 Our daily life Reading A. TimeWhat to do 6:30 a.m. 7:30 a.m. 8 a.m. 12:30 p.m. 3:15 p.m. 9 p.m. a.m. = in the morning p.m. = in the afternoon/evening.
The Monkey and the Pig. Once upon a time in Japan, a man had a monkey. People paid to see the monkey dance.
The case of the Monster in the Closet By: Whitney Russell.
Point of View Review 1 st person Melissa! I haven’t seen you since high school! We used to be such good friends! My mom mentioned you just the other.
Sight Words - List A Words a all about.
5 Levels of Communication. Polite Conversation Conversation that helps put people at ease or just passes time.
Love You Forever Written by Robert N. Munsch Illustrated by Sheila McGraw.
Sight Word Challenge Mrs. Murphy’s Kindergarten Top 100 Sight Words.
Weekly Sight Words List 1. the I to a is my.
Superstitions ( 미신 ). Superstitions in America This Friday we can enjoy one of America's most popular superstitions: It is normal to tell scary stories.
Drawing Conclusions Did you know that 4th graders are expected to draw conclusions about what they have read? Use these two things to help you draw conclusions:
How Can You Be Sure to Have a Good Day?. What’s on your plate? What is going on with you that may stop you from being at your best today? at home? on.
Oxford Words I the and to a was my went.
Sentences in English Simple, Compound, and Complex By AJ Brown.
A Romantic Dinner 1 A person ’ s birthday is a very ___ in his or her life in his or her life 2 The movie Titanic is very ___. 3 When you go traveling,
Nash INB, page 12. 1. Prepositions occasionally begin phrases? 2.Prepositional Phrases act as adjectives or adverbs? 3.Prepositional Phrases can.
Chapter 1Jim Hawkins’ Story I My father had an inn near the sea. It was a quiet place. One day, an old man came to our door. He was tall and strong, and.
Of. and a to the in is you that it at be.
Tough Little Boys Colin Olena. Lyrics Well I never once Backed down from a punch Well I'd take it square on the chin Well I found out fast A bully's just.
have Had has take taking takes be being been give giving gave given make making made is are am was were show showing shows feel felt feeling use used.
Prepositional Phrases A Story of Examples. Prepositions and Phrases A phrase is a group of words that does not have both a subject and a verb. preposition.
“SHOW, DON’T TELL”. “Don’t tell us that the old lady screamed. Bring her on and let her scream. - Samuel Clemens (Mark Twain)
Man comes home and finds his wife with his friend in bed. He stabs his friend and kills him. Wife says 'If you behave like this, you will lose ALL your.
In times of struggle, faith and hope is always there. By: Luke Hasson and John Massaro.
IBEAR Decision making scenarios By: Ryan Johnston.
Word List A. the Word list A I to Word list A a.
RELATIVE ADVERBS AND PRONOUNS What are they? How do I use them correctly?
First Grade Sight Words. the of and a an to.
Castle,’ an old, dark, scary looking place that we tried to avoid. I told him to stay there. After Sarah had passed, I went back to get my brother. He.
listening David: What’s it like living in England, Terry? Terry: well, I’m having a great time. But I sometimes have difficulty understanding what people.
Thunder Rose Day 1. You are going to read about the science behind tornadoes and how knowing about them ahead of time can help people be better prepared.
We can also use the present perfect tense to talk about: 1 a past action with a result in the present She isn’t here, but she ___________her mobile.
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