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The Lost and Found Vocabulary

What words do we need to know?

DIRECTIONS

lies or points Example: – I had to ask for directions to the store.   Can you think of another example using the word directions? .DIRECTIONS:  Lines or paths along which something goes.

RUMPLED .

RUMPLED:  Wrinkled or creased Example: – My clothes were rumpled when I took them out of the suitcase.   Can you think of another example using the word rumpled? .

SITUATIONS .

Example: – Andy’s been in bad situations before because he’s slipped on the floor 10 times.SITUATIONS:  Sets of conditions at certain moments in time.   Can you think of another example using the word situations? .

UNUSUAL .

or ordinary Example: – He thought it was unusual to see an alien waving at him. common.UNUSUAL:  Not usual.   Can you think of another example using the word unusual? .

VISIBLE .

VISIBLE:  Able to be seen Example: – The man was happy because his lost treasure was now visible.   Can you think of another example using the word visible? .

WORRIED .

WORRIED:  Concerned or anxious Example: – My dad was worried when I came home late from school.   Can you think of another example using the word worried? .

FURIOUS .

  Can you think of another example using the word furious? .FURIOUS:  Really angry Example: – Todd’s brother was furious when he found out his brother broke his X-Box.

PLUNGED .

  Can you think of another example using the word plunged? .PLUNGED:  Fell quickly or suddenly Example: – The diver plunged deep into the pool.

EXAMINED .

  Can you think of another example using the word examined? .EXAMINED:  Looked at or studied carefully Example: – The detective examined the mysterious footprints.

NOW LET’S BEGIN THE LOST AND FOUND .