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  1. Vocabulary in Pictures Unit 6

  2. Vocabulary Notes:We are going to learn some wordy wording of wordiness – so Get Ready For IT! • Prep: • Take out your notebook! • Write your MLA heading (top left) and title your notes: “Vocab Notes 6” • Draw a line down the center of your paper • On the left, number your paper 1-20 Student Name Teacher Name Eng II April 22, 2013 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. Vocab Notes 6

  3. Vocabulary Notes • End Result: • The end result should look like this: Student Name Teacher Name Eng II April 22, 2013 Vocab Notes 6 1. Affiliated 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. • STUDENT DEFINITION: • Associated, related to • 2. • Grading: Your notes are your exit ticket, so be sure to set them up correctly. • Any questions?

  4. Vocabulary Notes • Note-taking: • You are about to see sentences and pictures of vocabulary words. As we look at each word, on the right side of your paper: • Write “Student:” and then what YOU think the word means. • For now, focus on guessing what the words mean based on the context clues in the sentences and pictures, don’t worry about the dictionary definition (that comes later). • There are no wrong answers for “Student Definitions” – it’s just to help you remember the definitions, making guesses with your own words. • You will be tested on these words in three weeks, so be sure to spell correctly!

  5. Vocabulary in Pictures Unit 6

  6. The beautiful woman did not accede to Gilbert’s request for a date, no matter how many flowers he brought her.

  7. The pirate threatened his enemies by brandishing his sword.

  8. English class this semester will be comprised of reading the Odyssey, To Kill a Mockingbird, and Romeo and Juliet.

  9. Stevie Ray Vaughn is widely known for his deft guitar playing.

  10. Hurricane Katrina left many people destitute because they had to leave all of their belongings so quickly..

  11. The instructions for the homework were very explicit, but I chose to ignore them.

  12. One of Hitler’s goals was to completely extirpate the Jews.

  13. Eric broke his leg at the most inopportune time. He was planning to run his first marathon this weekend.

  14. O. Henry’s short stories are famous for their ironic nature and unexpected endings.

  15. The old barn had a very musty odor.

  16. He was bombarded with the officious employees who worked at the store, and, because of their obtrusiveness he ran out the door.

  17. We didn’t need a weatherman to tell us that the ominous bank of clouds could mean rain.

  18. Reaching the pinnacle of Everest is a long and difficult journey.

  19. Becoming President of the United States is the pinnacle of an American politician’s career.

  20. Some crimes are crimes of passion while others are clearly premeditated.

  21. The neglected yard was overrun with rampant weeds.

  22. Many people seek solace by listening to music. They find that the music solaces them.

  23. Their clothing made the couple seem to have a stately manner.

  24. Since rubber bands are so supple, they are great to use with odd-shaped objects.

  25. If the American government tried to suppress our free speech, the citizens would have a lot of adjusting to do.

  26. The venal police officer was susceptible to accepting bribes.