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Do Now- Monday, October 30, 2017

Instructions: Select the word pair that best completes the analogy.

51. TREE : FOREST : : 53. SINGER : CHORUS : :


A sand : desert A minaret : mosque
B grass : prairie B schedule : itinerary
C cliff : bayou C interview : documentary
D hill : steppe D voter : electorate
E fish : ocean E pacifist : bourgeois

52. ERASER : PENCIL : : 54. STEEPLE : CHURCH : :


A delete button : keyboard A mast : ship
B soap : washcloth B penthouse : apartment
C receiver : telephone C flag : flagpole
D handle : suitcase D tower : castle
E minute hand : clock E chimney : attic
Do Now- Tuesday, October 31, 2017
Instructions: Select the sentence(s) that suggests the numbered bold vocabulary word. If none of the
Tuesday, October 17, 2017
sentences fit the word, mark E. (You may mark more than one answer choice.)

57. poignant
55. ambivalence a) The pain in his abdomen was so severe that
a) They want children, but the responsibility of we rushed him to the hospital.
being parents scares them. b) The scene in Romeo and Juliet where the
b) The long pole she carries helps the tightrope lovers separate brought tears to the
walker to keep her balance. audiences eyes.
c) The president was undecided whether to sign the c) The painting captures the trusting look of a
bill or veto it. child gazing up at her mother.
56. exacerbate 58. infatuation
a) Nans decision not to apologize to her mother a) If pecan pie is on the menu, I find it
made a bad situation even worse. impossible to resist ordering it.
b) The storm grew worse in the evening, making it b) In May, Sebastian was madly in love with Tara,
impossible for us to leave. but now he wants to marry Anna.
c) Far from helping the patient, putting oil o the c) Bobs intense enthusiasm for painting soon
burn head just the opposite effect. ended, and now hes writing an novel.
Do Now- Wednesday, November 1, 2017
Instructions: Select the word pair that best completes the analogy.

59 DESTITUTE : POOR : : 61 LOATHE : DISLIKE : :


A demure : shy A annihilate : destroy
B mammoth : diminutive B bump : jostle
C amiable : friendly C race : jog
D callous : sensitive D mortify : shame
E exultant : joyful E triumph : gloat

60 EDIFICE : BUILDING : : 62 SPYING : ESPIONAGE : :


A copy : facsimile A lie : fabrication
B impediment : hindrance B twist : contortion
C jargon : slang C hunch : intuition
D boulder : rock D choice : ultimatum
E barn : stable E confusion : bedlam
Do Now- Thursday, November 2, 2017
Instructions: Select the sentence(s) that suggests the numbered bold vocabulary word. If none of the
Tuesday, October 17, 2017
sentences fit the word, mark E. (You may mark more than one answer choice.)
63. indigenous 65. acrimony
a) The United States is bordered by Canada to a) They said angry things to each other that would
the north and Mexico to the south. have been better left unsaid.
b) Cocoa trees originally from Central b) Ms. Groves continues to receive a monthly check
America have spread to other parts of the from her ex-husband.
world. c) Liz was so upset with Shawna that she said she
c) Llamas are mammals from South America never wanted to see her again.
that are related to the Asian camel.
66. enclave
64. cessation a) They visited Little Italy, a largely Italian section of
a) On December 20, 1860, South Carolina New York City.
formally withdrew from the Union. b) They were pleasantly surprised to discover a small
b) On April 9, 1865, war between the North part of town where a group of artists lived and
and the South ended. worked.
c) Midnight of December 31, 2000, marked the c) They ducked their heads to avoid the stalactites
end of the twentieth century. that were hanging from the ceiling of the cavern.
Do Now- Friday, November 3, 2017
Instructions: Select the word pair that best completes the analogy.

66. NOTORIETY : PRIVACY : : 68. ELEVATE : DEBASED : :


A insolence : anger A rectify : damaged
B dependence : autonomy B fluctuate : changed
C composure : secrecy C lament : mourned
D aptitude : skill D conceive : imagined
E bias : prejudice E improve : flawed

67. SERIOUS : WHIMSICAL : : 69. RAVAGED : REJUVENATED : :


A drab : vibrant A visited : besieged
B apprehensive : meticulous B daunted : intimidated
C zealous : eager C commenced : completed
D irrational : invincible D enslaved : emancipated
E worn : decrepit E created : fabricated