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adept Keith Urban is adept at singing as well as playing the guitar and piano.
aspire An early fascination with ants led the young naturalist to aspire to a career as an entomologist.
bleak Urban renewal can turn a run- down city with bleak economic prospects into a flourishing metropolis.
chide The teacher chided the student for truancy and tardiness.
despicable Whatever the provocation, there is no justification for such despicable behavior.
diminutive The diminutive lapdog was so small that it actually fit in the owners purse.
emancipate Scientific knowledge can emancipate humanity from blind superstition.
erroneous An erroneous first impression is not easily corrected.
exploit A good debater knows how to exploit weaknesses in an opponents argument.
extemporaneous The stand-up comedians outrageous act included about twenty minutes of completely extemporaneous banter.
impair I am fortunate that the scratch on my eye will not permanently impair my vision.
invincible Napoleon I, emperor of France, was invincible until he launched a disastrous invasion of Russia.
languid A big lunch makes me feel languid for the rest of the day.
mire The once verdant expanse of the soccer field has become a rectangle of muck and mire.
obtrusive I dont blame you for being put off by his obtrusive attempt to dominate the conversation.
preamble The preamble to the Constitution describes the purpose of our national government.
render The freelance writer presented the managing editor with a bill for services rendered.
rugged Settlers had a rough time crossing the rugged Appalachian Mountains.
skeptical I am skeptical of promises made by politicians when they are running for office.
slipshod The commission attributed the unfortunate collapse of the apartment building to its slipshod construction.
Unit 4 Education: School.
Describing a Photo. Introduction: In this photo I can see, this photo shows. Talk about the place: They are sitting in a café, in the city, in the mountains,
Improving the human head You are a scientist. You have been asked to come up with suggestions to improve the human head.
Pick it Up I was blind now I see Love has got ahold of me Now I sing cause I am free.
To make improper use of for personal profit exploit (v)
DON’T HATE--DEBATE DO NOW Get out your SpringBoard books and turn to/rip out pages Make sure your table group has a copy of both articles.
Mr. Armstrong’s AMAZING Mind Reading PowerPoint! Block 2 Even.
When writing, it is important to be consistent in verb tense usage. There are three basic forms of verb tenses: past, present, and future. Simple and.
High-Frequency Words Second Grade Room B10.
exploit bias access conflict rural 1. The reporter’s opinion that only tall people make good basketball players shows his _____. 2. Underpaying workers.
OBSERVING CHILDREN. WHY OBSERVE CHILDREN? To provide quality early childhood programs. To determine each child’s interests, skills, and needs. To measure.
SMALL 50 BIG 100 ANTE 0 End NEXT LEVEL
Unit 10. (adj.) thoroughly skilled (n.) an expert adapt and become “good at something”
Strategies for Arguing Constructively Do’s and Don’ts for effective arguing.
Lesson 7 What are you doing? I’m ing do Taegwondo. What are you doing?
Class Discussion. “The slave system...took the spirit of self-reliance and self-help out of the white people.” “But there was no feeling of bitterness.
THESIS STATEMENTS Thesis statement What is a thesis statement? A road map for your essay A thesis statement is a complete sentence that contains one.
Vocabulary Unit 10a.
My wonderful world of music there are world of music around us. there are a lot of different sounds in our life.
I-tools “I-messages” „non values“ “rotating diaries” “examining contentious issues” in conflict conversation.
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