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Vocabulary Lesson 1
crescendo After playing in the school band for three years, Lupe was used to the crescendo of the trumpets and symbols.
abyss The two explorers had already lowered themselves down hundreds of feet into the abyss, but there was still no floor in sight.
retract Speedy retracted into his shell to protect himself from the fierce-looking duck.
disillusioned Niklas became disillusioned with his soccer skills when he missed the goal that would have won the game.
buffet Joyce buffeted the punching bag for hours while training for her big match.
turbulence In his 80 years of living by the sea, Tsunomu had never seen such turbulence in the ocean waters.
conspire The fans waited while the two teams conspired to come up with the perfect play.
imprudent Sarah learned that imprudently cutting the flower from her mother’s favorite plant was not a good idea.
intrepid The intrepid athlete did not let her accident keep her from racing.
clandestine Broderick knew he would have to be clandestine if he was going to get a taste of the frosting before the bride and groom cut the cake.
READ SILENTLY e ither your independent SEM-R novel or your Literature book.
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My name is Si-on Yu. What is your favorite sport? My favorite sport is SOCCER.
The cutting of the cake takes place at the reception. The bride holds the knife and the groom places his hand over hers to cut the cake. This symbolises.
Pronouns A pronoun is a word used in place of one noun or more than one noun. The noun replaced, or referred to, by the pronoun is called the pronoun’s.
There was a boy in 6 th grade named Timmy. Then one day he played his heart out in a major, rivalry soccer game.
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Near the car. For example Watch the river. Between the lines.
List A Sight Words.
BIG SIGHT WORDS Use as flash cards for sight words
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What is it? A rehearsal dinner is typically an informal meal after a wedding rehearsal, which takes place the night before the actual wedding. It's.
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Frye’s phrases 3 rd 100. Near the car Between the lines.
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Third 100 Words. near the car between the lines.
Tiger Woods Every time Tiger Woods lifts a trophy, he sees it as recognition of an skill that he has developed through years of targeted practice. What’s.
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“ Hi Sneaker. Why are you looking so sad?” asked his mother. “I don’t want to move. I’ll miss my friends,” said Sneaker, trying to hold back a tear.
Sight Words - List A Words
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