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Vocabulary List Five English One

consolidate. Verb. Consolidates, consolidated, consolidating. Means “to combine, unite”. The NBA . consolidates. their best athletes to dominate the Olympics.. entreat. Verb. Entreats, entreated, entreating.

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Vocabulary List Five

English OneSlide2

consolidate

Verb

Consolidates, consolidated, consolidating

Means “to combine, unite”The NBA consolidates their best athletes to dominate the Olympics.Slide3

entreat

Verb

Entreats, entreated, entreating

Means “to beg” or “ask sincerely”If someone entreats you to come get “free candy” from their van, you should definitely decline.Slide4

Practice

Write out the sentence. Label and cross out prepositional phrases. Underline the subjects once and the verbs twice. Label HV and MV.

Before the trip, you and I should put our bags in the trunk of the car.

During the afternoon, Brian and Maria will sit and talk for hours about movies.Slide5

infallible

Adjective

Means “incapable of being wrong, mistaken, or inaccurate”

My older brother thinks he is infallible, so I love to prove him wrong.Slide6

fickle

Adjective

No other conjugations

Means “changing frequently” (especially with regards to loyalties, interests, or affection)Because fashion is so fickle, I just wear the same clothes from high school because they will eventually come back in style.Slide7

Grammar Practice

Remember, compounds have more than one subject or more than one verb!

WEIRD PREPOSITION: ABOUT

Outside the class, the girls laughed and talked about their favorite movie.In the middle of the class, my friend and I stood and sang “Shake It Off” at the top of our lungs. (4 preps!)Slide8

Grammar

Remember: Compounds and weird prepositions.

Label and cross out prepositional phrases. Underline subjects once and verbs twice.

My friend and I watched TV and talked about cars in the garage beside my house.Slide9

Inept

Adjective

Means “unskilled/not good at”

It’s the opposite of “adept”When it comes to anything technological, I am completely inept.Slide10

Just

Adjective

Means “fair”

Opposite: “unjust”The root of the word “justice”Though I didn’t like that I had detention, the teacher’s decision was

just

—I was using my phone in class, after all.Slide11

Prepositions

Remember: Compounds and weird prepositions.

Label and cross out prepositional phrases. Underline subjects once and verbs twice.

After school, my little sister napped and I made lunch for us on the counter in the kitchen.Slide12

radiant

Adjective

Adverb: radiantly

Means “beautiful” Because his smile was not radiant, Keanu Reeves was not chosen to advertise toothpaste. Slide13

rural

Adjective

No other conjugations

Means “relating to farm areas and life in the country”The Rural Juror film had so much potential, but no one could ever pronounce its name. Slide14

Tuesday

Today is about finalizing your essay.

You must:

Have two others review your draft.First reader:Check the format: Spacing, font, centering, etc.Check for paragraphs: There should be six paragraphs, not including dialogue.Check word count: 800-1200Second reader:Check for basics: Are there any obvious spelling or grammar errors?

Does the story follow the basic pattern? (Exposition, RA, Climax, FA/Resolution)?Slide15

Tuesday

Your job:

Read what you wrote.

Make any corrections and improvements.Put all sensory details in bold.Slide16

substantial

Adjective

Adverb: substantially

Means “major, significant”Expecting a substantial

raise, I upgraded my 2000 Honda Accord to a 2016 Ferrari 458.Slide17

tactful

A

djective

Adverb: tactfullyMeans “careful about people’s feelings” Because he wasn’t very

tactful

with his criticism, the chef began crying.Slide18

Wednesday

Take out one piece of paper for you and your partner to share.

Write both names on it.

Open your tablet and go to my website:www.sponeal.wordpress.comClick on English OneSlide19

Prepositional Phrases

Label and cross out prepositional phrases. Underline subjects once and verbs twice. Watch for compounds and weird prepositions.

During the invasion, I will distract the zombies in the yard and my friend Dave can destroy them with a shovel. (3)Slide20

tamper

Verb

Tampers, tampered, tampering

Means “to mess with an object”My “friends” tampered with my desk area on my birthday.Slide21

Passable

Adjective

Means “good enough to get by”

I was in a hurry, but I did a passable job on my homework, and I earned a C.Slide22

Email

First, sign into your school email.

Go to “New” to write a new email

TO: soneal@smjuhsd.orgClick “attach” or the button that looks like a paperclip. Attach as copy.Send it Slide23

Prepositional Phrases

Label and cross out prepositional phrases. Underline subjects once and verbs twice. Watch for compounds and weird prepositions.

At midnight, the malicious ghost howled and chased Jonathan and me through the living room, down the hall, and into the yard. (4)Slide24

Grammar Practice

Write out the sentence. Label and cross out prepositional phrases. Underline subjects once and verbs twice.

The crew of fearless astronauts must fly into space on a rocket and land on Mars. (4)

On the surface of the planet, they will discover hostile aliens with tentacles for arms and immediately talk about a plan for escape. (6)