LA #7-9 - Mrs. Honeycutt

LA #7-9 - Mrs. Honeycutt

Vocabulary #7-9 Vocabulary English II Lesson # 7 Roots and Meanings: Fateor: to speak Dico; Dictum: to say, to tell Glotta: tongue, language Voc_EngII_# 7 Word (PofS) affable (adj) Definition and Sentence easy to speak to; friendly ineffable (adj) beyond description; unable to describe diction (n)

word choice ditty (n) a simple song edict (n) a decree (law or rule) issued by an authority interdiction (n) act of forbidding; a prohibition jurisdiction (n) control and authority malediction (n) a curse valediction (n) a farewell speech

polyglot (n) a person who knows several languages well Write the ANSWER for each sentence AND a context clue you used to figure it out. affable ineffable diction ditty edict interdiction jurisdiction malediction valediction polyglot 1. Authors use purposeful ___________ to convey their meaning to readers through details that create images and mood. 2. The teensy weensy spider climbed up the water spout, is a popular childrens _________ . 3. Because the counselor was __________ , students felt comfortable talking to her about their lives. 4. One of the principals __________ is that no hats are to be worn in the building. 5. The breathtaking view from the mountaintop was __________ ; words would not do it justice. 6. My mom is a _____________; she speaks English, French, and German. 7. The police could not arrest the criminal because he was out of their ______________ after he fled the country.

8. The angry witch combined her _______________ with a potion to ensure the destruction of her enemy. 9. The senior with the highest GPA gives the _______________ at graduation. 10.During the prohibition, there was an _____________ on alcohol, so people began smuggling their booze. Voc_EngII_# 7 Directions: Write 5 original sentences for the following words and provide context clues. Word (PofS) Definition and Sentence affable (adj) easy to speak to; friendly ineffable (adj) beyond description; unable to describe diction (n) word choice ditty (n) a simple song

edict (n) a decree (law or rule) issued by an authority Voc_EngII_# 7 Directions: Write 5 original sentences for the following words and provide context clues. Word (PofS) interdiction (n) Definition and Sentence act of forbidding; a prohibition jurisdiction (n) control and authority malediction (n) a curse valediction (n) a farewell speech

polyglot (n) a person who knows several languages well Complete the following analogies (note what KIND of relationship each expresses). * Write out the entire analogy for credit. affable ineffable diction ditty edict interdiction jurisdiction malediction valediction polyglot 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. ___________ : language :: architect : buildings

Talkative : social :: listening : ___________ Breathtaking : ___________ :: shocking : speechless Benediction : blessing :: _____________ : curse Painter : colors :: writer : ______________ Land owner : property :: judge : ____________ Government : ____________ :: parents : rules Support : prevent :: permission : ____________ Rain, rain, go away : __________ :: Harrison Bergeron : short story 10. Greeting : welcoming :: ____________ : farewell Vocabulary English II Lesson # 8 Roots and Meanings: Clamo: cry out; shout Forum: forum; place outside Lingua: speech; language Loquor: to speak Verbum: word Voc_EngII_# 8 Word (PofS)

acclamation (n) Definition and Sentence applause; approval clamor (n) protest; loud outcry declaim (v) speak loudly or passionately forensic (adj) legal proceedings; applying science to investigate a crime forum (n) public meeting for open discussion lingo (n) unfamiliar language (word unique to a place)

linguist (n) person who studies language circumlocution (n) talking in circles verbatim (adj) word for word verbose (adj) using more words than needed Write the ANSWER for each sentence AND a context clue you used to figure it out. acclamation clamor circumlocution declaim forensic verbatim verbose

forum lingo linguist 1. The gun owner _______ his right to bear arms. 2. The happy, supporting crowd roared with _______ when the presidential election results were announced. 3. The city held a ________ for community members to discuss the light rail. 4. If the principal cut passing periods from five to three minutes, there would be a ________ from students. 5. The ________ detective examined the crime scene. 6. Tyrell could sing every Brick Squad song _______; he never missed a word. 7. My college professor was a _______ ; he spoke four languages and understood how each worked. 8. When I started work with Cabarrus County Schools, I had to learn the districts ______, including tons of acronyms (ISS, OSS, ESL, etc.). 9. When my sister avoids telling the truth to get out of trouble, she resorts to ___________. 10.________ speakers/presenters annoy me because they talk too long. Voc_EngII_# 8 Directions: Write 5 original sentences for the following words and provide context clues. Word (PofS) acclamation (n)

Definition and Sentence applause; approval clamor (n) protest; loud outcry declaim (v) speak loudly or passionately forensic (adj) legal proceedings; using science to investigate a crime forum (n) public meeting for open discussion Voc_EngII_# 8 Directions: Write 5 original sentences for the following words and provide context clues. Word (PofS) lingo (n)

Definition and Sentence unfamiliar language (word unique to a place) linguist (n) person who studies language circumlocution (n) talking in circles verbatim (adj) word for word verbose (adj) using more words than needed Complete the following analogies (note what KIND of relationship each expresses). * Write out the entire analogy for credit. acclamation clamor declaim forensic

forum lingo linguist circumlocution verbatim verbose 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. ___________ : public :: meeting : employees Screaming : silence :: ___________ : quiet Fib : white lie :: ___________ : evasive ___________ : calmly support :: being rowdy : being peaceful dialect : reckon :: ___________ : frenemy Denounce : disapprove :: ___________ : approve ___________ : quoted :: transcribed : copied medicinal : healthcare :: ___________ : law

___________ : language :: physicist : science shy person : limited words :: ___________ person: never short of words Vocabulary English II Lesson # 9 Roots and Meanings: Gaia: the earth Terra: land, ground Humus: earth Mons: mountain Pastor: shepherd Voc_EngII_# 9 Word (PofS) apogee (n) Definition and Sentence farthest point from the Earth; highest point geocentric (adj)

considering the Earth as the center of the planets perigee (n) when a planet is nearest the Earth inter (v) to bury terrestrial (adj) the Earths inhabitants exhume (v) to dig up out of the ground mountebank (n) a trickster, swindler paramount (adj)

most important pastoral (adj) country life repast (n) a meal Write the ANSWER for each sentence AND a context clue you used to figure it out. apogee geocentric perigee inter terrestrial exhume mountebank paramount pastoral repast 1. The moon reaches its _________ once a month, at which point it may appear larger since it is closer to Earth. 2. Allen wanted to be cremated rather than _________ so his ashes could be sprinkled over the ocean. 3. ET is an Extra _________ being because he is from another planet.

4. During the ________ of his career, Larry was CEO of Kodak 5. The Earth is ___________ since the other planets surround it. 6. The cafeterias ________ typically includes pizza. 7. Sam is such a ___________ that no one takes him serious anymore. 8. The bodies were __________ when the investigation was reopened. 9. Education and work ethic are ___________ to success. 10.I grew up in the city, but now I prefer a __________ lifestyle with open fields, blue sky, and crickets. Voc_EngII_# 9 Directions: Write 5 original sentences for the following words and provide context clues. Word (PofS) apogee (n) Definition and Sentence farthest point from the Earth; highest point geocentric (adj) considering the Earth as the center of the planets perigee (n) when a planet is nearest the Earth

inter (v) to bury terrestrial (adj) the Earths inhabitants Voc_EngII_# 9 Directions: Write 5 original sentences for the following words and provide context clues. Word (PofS) exhume (v) Definition and Sentence to dig up out of the ground mountebank (n) a trickster, swindler paramount (adj) most important

pastoral (adj) country life repast (n) a meal Complete the following analogies (note what KIND of relationship each expresses). * Write out the entire analogy for credit. apogee geocentric perigee inter terrestrial exhume mountebank paramount pastoral repast 1. ___________ point : exclaim as the best :: uncertain idea : question if it is true 2. Rural : urban :: ___________ : city 3. Sandwich : ___________ :: pop : beverage 4. ___________ : center :: circumference : outside

5. To sing: song :: to ___________ : dead body 6. Villain : The Joker :: ___________ : con-artist 7. Research medicine : scientist :: ___________ artifacts: archeologist 8. Failure : rock bottom :: ___________ : peak 9. In ___________ : close moon :: always stationary : sun 10. Amphibious : water :: ___________ : ground Voc. #7-9 REview Term affable (adj) ditty (n) ineffable (adj) edict (n) diction (n) acclamation (n) forensic (adj) clamor (n) forum (n) declaim (v) apogee (n) inter (v) geocentric (adj) terrestrial (adj)

perigee (n) Symbol Synonym/Definition (1 2 words) Antonym Term interdiction (n) polyglot (n) jurisdiction (n) valediction(n) malediction (n) lingo (n) verbatim (adj) linguist (n) verbose (adj) circumlocution (n) exhume (v) pastoral (adj) mountebank (n) repast (n)

paramount (adj) Symbol Synonym/Definition (1 2 words) Antonym

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