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Vocabulary List 4
eloquent Having or exercising the power of fluent and appropriate speech or dress. The President spoke in an eloquent manner when addressing the nation.
inevitable Unable to be avoided She knew getting grounded was inevitable when she failed her test.
guru A person who advises/mentors other people. The baseball guru taught me all I know about the sport
demure Characterized by shyness Lady Gaga is not known for her demure personality.
smolder To burn without flames. As the fire went out, we watched the embers smolder.
stodgy Heavy, dull, and uninteresting The professors stodgy lecture made me fall asleep in class.
indelible Making marks that cant be erased. My math lesson left an indelible mark on my brain.
deterrent Something that keeps something else from happening. She didnt let the rain become a deterrent from watching the parade.
imply To suggest without actually saying it. He had to imply as to the whereabouts of the treasure so the bad guys didnt kill him.
apprehensive Uneasy or fearful about something that might happen. He was very apprehensive about his upcoming audition.
rendezvous An agreement to meet at a certain place. We decided on the baseball field as our rendezvous spot after school.
plethora An overabundance or excess amount. Bill Gates has a plethora of money.
Unit 21 Body Language.
What it is that I'm proud of I started dirt biking and not giving up. I have a messed up knee, burns and scars down my leg but I still had to get up and.
High Frequency Words List A Group 1
Let’s build fluency!.
Help me out.
Direct and Indirect Speech
Third Conditional. If I had put on my new dress he would have asked my telephone number. I don’t dare ask her name. I wish I had trained to be an economist!
Inferring The most natural thing to do.. The AWESOME INFERENCE Most people are pretty good at figuring out mysteries. If you aren’t you might have trouble.
ATN9 LESSON 97.
Giving and Accepting Negative Criticism May 21, 2007.
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Task Writing a website article to give advice. Skills building 1: identifying negative emotional language If you failed in the exam again, you would feel.
By Ahmed Gilani Adele Set fire to the rain.. I let it fall, my heart And as it fell, you rose to claim it, It was dark and I was over Until you kissed.
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Moused 2; The return of big blob.. MOUSE, MOUSE! We need your help. Big Blob didn’t die, and he is back. Before the explosion happened, he teleported away,
By: Hannah Syed Class: Coach Brown PR.6. Jacob Fielding held the flame under his fingers and was wishing it would burn, but it didn’t He had come to believe.
WOULD RATHER HAD BETTER
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