Presentation on theme: "Set One HUNGER GAMES VOCABULARY. UTOPIA AN IMAGINED PLACE IN WHICH EVERYTHING IS PERFECT Such a beautiful utopia will make reality seem disappointing."— Presentation transcript:
CUT OR GATHER (A CROP OR HARVEST) RECEIVE (A REWARD OR BENEFIT) AS A CONSEQUENCE OF ONE’S OWN OR OTHER PEOPLE’S ACTIONS Thousands are sowing and reaping in order to have enough food for their families.
SHOWING LUMINOUS COLORS THAT SEEM TO CHANGE WHEN SEEN FROM DIFFERENT ANGLES From this place, we are invisible but have a clear view of the valley, which is teeming with summer life, greens to gather, roots to dig, fish iridescent in the sunlight.
A FLAMMABLE, WHITISH, TRANSLUCENT, WAXY SOLID USED IN CANDLES, COSMETICS, POLISHES, AND SEALING AND WATERPROOFING. Greasy Sae, the bony old woman who sells bowls of hot soup from a large kettle, takes half the greens off our hands in exchange for a couple of chunks of paraffin.
A. the two teens chosen in each district to participate in the Hunger Games, as an act of repentance for rebelling against the Capitol Ex. A female tribute and a male tribute were chosen in each district to compete against other players in the competition. B. Historical: payment made periodically by one state or ruler to another as a sign of dependence. Ex. The ruler in control of the area received a tribute of a trunk of gold coins from the neighboring ruler.
Feel or express sincere regret or remorse about one’s wrongdoing or sin Payment for your sins or wrongdoing Ex. In The Hunger Games, districts are made to give up two young people to participate in a competition to the death to show repentance for their previous rebellion against the Capitol. Ex. The boy showed repentance for forgetting to feed the dog by promising to give the dog extra food at every meal and taking it for extra walks.