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premonition (noun) – a feeling that something is about to happen Examples: Synonyms : Forewarning, feeling, suspicion, inkling Antonyms :
prodigal (adj.) – wasteful Examples: Synonyms : Spendthrift, wasteful Antonyms : miser
promontory (noun) – a high point of land projecting into the sea Examples: Synonyms : Cape, peninsula Antonyms : inland
quibble (verb) – to make a minor objection (noun) – a small objection Examples: Synonyms : Nitpick, objection Antonyms : agreeable
rectify (verb) – to fix, correct Examples: Synonyms : Correct, repair, mend, resolve Antonyms : Break, to make worse
reminiscence (noun) – a story of past experiences Examples: Synonyms : Memories, recollection Antonyms :
repertoire (noun) – supply of songs, stories, skills or devices Examples: Synonyms : Catalog, collection, list Antonyms :
reticent (adj.) – untalkative, shy, reluctant to speak Examples: Synonyms : Reserved, shy, restrained Antonyms : Talkative, boisterous, loud
satiate (verb) – to satisfy fully Examples: Synonyms : Satisfy, quench Antonyms : Unfulfilled, unsatisfied
slothful (adj.) – lazy Examples: Synonyms : Sluggish, idle, inactive Antonyms : Energetic, lively, active
Solidarity (noun) – fellowship between members of a group Examples: Synonyms : Unity, harmony, camaraderie Antonyms : discord.
Raconteur (noun) – skilled storyteller Examples: The raconteur at the elementary school told a story to the students. The raconteur educated the children.
Unit 5 Lesson 5 Word Study. Complete: (adj)Full, Whole He read a complete book in a day. Complete: ( v – regular ) Make full, Finish She doesnt complete.
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Narrative Writing In narrative writing, a writer tells a story about something that actually happened, might have happened, or might happen in the future.
2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt Genres Types of Sentences.
Reading Vocabulary. words that have opposite meanings antonyms Example: big and small.
( adj. ) – strongly determined Examples: She was resolute to pass the test because she studied very hard. LeBron James was very resolute because he wanted.
Dictionaries are books that list all the words in a language.
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ListeningSpeakingReading Writing Speaking Speaking:
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1) Information and Advice: having the information I need, when I need it “I can speak to people who know something about care and support and can make.
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Anchor Activities: Ongoing assignments that students can work on independently Meaningful, tied to curriculum Can allow the teacher to work with small.
Todays Date Word of the day __________ Write 2 of each Antonym Synonym Aug. Todays Date Incredible Equation Estimation What is the contraction for these.
CAUSATIVE A causative construction is used to show that a cause is needed if something must happen.
Project 1: Business Communications Overview. Project 1 About the Presentations The presentations cover the objectives found in the opening of each chapter.
Collecting II: Searching for Small Stories to Prove the Thesis Objective: To identify small stories within the text to support the thesis statement C.C.C.S.:
Wordlist 22 Understanding Philly’s Basement. 1. Bounce (v.) Definition: to spring back from a surface in a lively manner Synonym: leap, jump, spring Example:
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Where, were, were and wear.. Where Where refers to a place. It can be a question word! Examples : Where are you going? That's where I put it. More examples?
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