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Week 12 Vocabulary
Objective Break it down!!!! These are pictures of multiple _________s.
Objective A thing aimed or sought after A goal Target End Use it in a sentence
Subjective Subjective perceptions come with being a human. A subjective evalution Use the picture and sentence, what do you think the meaning is?
Subjective existing in the mind; belonging to the thinking subject rather than to the object of thoughtobject of thought Based on or influenced by personal feelings, tastes, or opinions
Interpose What does it mean to meddle? Try to break this word apart: Inter = between, among Pose = standing or sitting in a particular way
Interpose Place or insert between one thing and another. Intervene between parties. Interfere Insert Interject
Languish These students are languishing as the teacher lectures about Romanticism. Things can also languish, not just people.
Languish Lose or lack vitality; grow weak. Fail to make progress or be successful.
Genial How would you describe Pinocchio's character? Both him and the Cricket are very genial. Ms. Hailey is typically pretty genial. What do you think it means?
Genial Friendly and cheerful. Pleasantly mild and warm.
Provisional You can have a provisional car window. The dentist also makes retainers with provisional teeth! They are expensive!!!
Provisional Arranged or existing for the present Possibly to be changed later Temporary Tentative
Retract "she retracted her hand”
Retract Draw or pull (something) back or back in Withdraw (a statement or accusation) as untrue or unjustified. Revoke Recall
Astute Having or showing an ability to accurately assess situations or people and turn this to one's advantage Sly Crafty Sharp
Prospective Expected or expecting to be something particular in the future. Likely to happen at a future date; concerned with or applying to the future.
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