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vivid. vital. revive. Vivi-, vita-, viv-. alive, life; Examples: revive – recover consciousness; vivid – very bright, striking ; vital – crucial, needed for life. ultimate. ultimatum. Ultima-. Last; Examples: ultimate – final, greatest; ultimatum – final demand. tribute. contribute.
Vivid Vocabulary. What it does…. Nouns…. What is a noun? It is a person, place, thing, or an idea. Example #1 The family felt tremendous relief that the snake had passed us. Example #2 At night, the pack of wolves circled the path. Your Turn….
Vivid Verbs. Many verbs are over-used and boring. Vivid verbs are descriptive verbs substituted for those boring verbs. Boring Verbs. Action Verbs= Walk, Talk, Went, Said, Like, Run, Jump, Yell, ETC.. LINKING VERBS = Am, Is, Are, Was, Were, Be, Being, Been
Vivid Verbs. ACTION!. Creep, Crept – to move slowly and quietly without alerting anyone. E.g. David crept out of the room when he was sure that his brother was asleep. Inch, Inched – to move slowly and covering only a bit of space with each step. Actions: Slow Movement.
Vivid Language. Directions: The original paragraph has been changed. Boring, over-used words have replaced the original language . In your table groups, come up with 2 vivid, interesting replacements for each boring word. (5 min) I will call out cards to share your answers.
Vivid Verbs. The boy walked down the street. Can you picture this sentence? Show me the action of this sentence. Read the top of “Five Hundred Horsepower Verbs”.
VIVID VOCABULARY. By JoJo and the Mace and etc. shadows. enlightenment. Spiral. Slimy. sluggish. PEACE. bliss. TOGETHER.
Vivid Verbs:. Vivid Verbs and Walk the Wall. Vivid verbs make your paper alive!. Run, sit, jump, will bore the reader. Sprint, scurry, scramble, jot, trot, lay, collapse, bounce, hop, spring, are alive! . Remember to SHOW…with detail words…. Why? When? Where? Sound? Smell? Sight? Feel?
Vivid Verbs. Consider the following sentence:. Preston walked into the house. Does that create a picture for you? How could we spice it up ? Over the next few slides think about the picture that each of these sentences creates ?