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bilingual Adjective Having or using two languages Luca, who spends every summer in Italy with his grandparents, has grown up bilingual.
dreary Adjective Gloomy, sad or dull My aunt’s stories about her difficult childhood are always long and dreary. When it rains all day, it seems so dreary.
incomprehensible Adjective Not understandable How anyone could leave the puppy in the street is incomprehensible to me!
infancy Noun Babyhood Early period of development Infancy is a wonderful time for mothers. America was in its infancy when George Washington was president.
knowledgeable Adjective Intelligent Mrs. Redford has traveled all over the world and is knowledgeable about their cultures.
manipulate Verb To work with hands or machines with skill To control cleverly Potters manipulate clay. Don’t let your friends manipulate you into doing something you know is wrong.
mimic Verb, noun To copy or imitate (v) To make fun of (v) One who mimics (n) Please don’t mimic the way I talk! We had to mimic the instructor’s dance steps.
shun Verb To avoid, keep away from I would advise you to shun anyone who acts like a bully. My feelings were hurt when my friends began to shun me at the party.
summon Verb To call or send for To stir to activity Dr. Donlan summoned everyone to the gym for a meeting.
zeal Noun Strong effort; enthusiasm The mushers began their long journey with zeal.
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Indefinite pronouns Click for next slide.
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ACTION AND LINKING. Verbs can show action or state of being. Examples: go (action), is (state of being) An action verb expresses a physical or mental.
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Phrasal Verb TSIM Kam Wan. Phrasal Verb - Definition A phrasal verb is a verb plus a preposition which creates a meaning different from the original verb.
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