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Meet me ______ when you are ready to leave. trudged downstairs chuckled nervous
downstairs – noun – a lower or main floor or floors
Calvin ______ to himself. nonsense trudged downstairs chuckled
chuckle – verb – (chuckled) laughed in a quiet way
Barking dogs make my aunt _____. chuckled nervous fumbled nonsense
nervous – adjective – not able to relax, tense or fearful
I ________ around in the dark looking for my glasses. nervous fumbled nonsense trudged
fumble – verb – (fumbled) tried to get hold of or handled in a clumsy way
The talk about a monster in the closet was _______. fumbled nonsense trudged downstairs
nonsense – noun – words or actions that are silly or make no sense
The children _____ up the snowy hill to go sledding. nervous fumbled nonsense trudged
trudge – verb – (trudged) walk slowly and with effort
Susan Ging Lent Production Welcome to the 3 rd Grade
My Name is Yoon Vocabulary Practice We ______ in a large city when we moved to this country. a) practicedpracticed b) wrinkled wrinkled c) settledsettled.
Vocabulary Practice The fingerprints on the gold watch _______ the butler as the thief. a) ventureventure b) enterprisingenterprising c) persistencepersistence.
Vocabulary My neighbor once had to call an _____ to take him to the hospital. cardboard slithered ambulance weekdays.
TINA’S TRY-OUT DAY VOCABULARY.
The math problem is __________ to me. hamper accessible bewildering moderate.
Vocabulary Practice Hi, My name is Jane a) inspiredinspired The captain's bravery _______ the crew to face the storm without fear. b) recyclerecycle.
The city has many ____, and some of them are 50 stories tall! glorious skyscrapers strutting collage.
Gram & Me Vocabulary Practice This bridge is the only __________ between the island and the mainland.. A connection B possession C relief.
My mom hates to __________ but she often gives me good advice. proclaimed A agile B interfere C awkward D.
Adjective PLAY or Adverb.
Adjectives and Adverbs Adjectives - Describe the NOUN Adverbs - Describe the VERB.
Oral Vocabulary Practice A Prairie Dog Home An animal may suffer if it is removed from its natural ______. A. wadewade C. powerfulpowerful B. habitathabitat.
The trumpets ______ as the Olympic ceremonies began. a)mischievousmischievous b)reluctantreluctant c)blaredblared d)elegantelegant.
Ralph uses sign language to speak to his ______ mother. language relatives deaf celebrate.
English 9 Mr. Rinka - Lesson #4 Verbs Elements of a Short Story.
Vocabulary Practice Vocabulary Practice Let the Show Begin.
Adjectives Adjectives ending in ‘-ed’ describe a feeling, e.g. bored Adjectives ending in ‘-ing’ describe people or things, e.g. boring.
ENGLISH LANGUAGE CAN and COULD. CAN can and could “can” is used to express: 1.Ability (be able to): I can (am able to) help you with your homework. 2.
Grammar -ing: Adjectives ending in ing are used to describe something that makes someone feel a certain way Interesting, boring, relaxing, comforting,
Vocabulary Practice A ______ American breakfast consists of bacon and eggs. typical awesome specialists summit.
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