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DOA DOA Finish the analogies: Mallard : Duck :: ______ : tree Brake : ______ :: motor : run
Freewrite Write non-stop until the buzzer goes off.
Take out your homework sentences. Review/read some of them. Think about if the sentences make sense or not.
Exercise 1: Which of the two terms makes the sentence correct? Enter the correct word on your paper. 1.Isn’t it a pity that this beautiful edifice is going to be ____________? (A) raised (B) razed (A) raised (B) razed 2.Sandra should have been _________ for being punctual. (A) commended (B) reprimanded (A) commended (B) reprimanded 3. When it comes into power, a despotic government usually ___________ freedom of speech and press. (A) bans (B) permits (A) bans (B) permits 4.If you _______, there is nothing to dispute. (A) dissent (B) concur (A) dissent (B) concur 5.Haven’t you sometimes wished that you could retract something you __________ you had said? (A) regretted (B) wished (A) regretted (B) wished
Exercise 2: On your paper, write the correct letter from column 2 that matches column 1. 1.induct (into a club or society) by special ceremonies by special ceremonies 2.impressive building 3.historical period 4.hiding place 5.impressive door 6.account from a particular viewpoint viewpoint 7.without a backbone 8.baker’s dozen 9.worthless dog 10.black flag with white skull and crossbones crossbones Column 1 Column 2 (A)cur (B)cache (C)spineless (D)portal (E)thirteen (F)initiate (G)Jolly Roger (H)era (I)version (J)edifice
Exercise 3: Each word or expression in column 1 has an ANTONYM (or opposite) in column 2. On your paper, enter the letter of the correct ANTONYM. 1.ended 2.not afraid 3.censured 4.ran 5.failed to see 6.democratic 7.reserved 8.small group 9.did not withdraw 10.not argued about Column 1 (A)strolled (B)perceived (C)multitude (D)disputed (E)initiated (F)retracted (G)commended (H)timorous (I)communicative (J)despotic Column 2
Final exercise Choose five words and draw/cut out pictures to create some kind of visual example of what the word means. (Make sure all drawings are appropriate.)