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1. Abashed: To destroy the selfpossession or selfconfidence of. Synonym: embarrass. 2. Write the sentence with the correct comma placement. A) I took Angie, the one with the freckles to the movie last night.

B) I took Angie, the one with the freckles, to the movie last night. C) I took Angie the one with the freckles, to the movie last night. D) I took Angie, the one with the freckles, to the movie, last night.

3. Abominable: Worthy of causing disgust or hatred. Synonyms: offensive, appalling, hideous. January 7-14 Vocabulary Quiz List

1.Abashed 2.Abominable 3.Destitute 4.Didactic 5.Dilapidated January 7-14 Vocabulary Quiz List 1.Abashed 2.Abominable

3.Destitute 4.Didactic 5.Dilapidated 6.Diminutive 7.Disingenuous 8.Dissonance 9.Dogmatic 10.Dubious

4. Write the sentence with the correct comma placement. A) Jeremy, and I, have had our share of arguments. B) Jeremy and I, have had our share of arguments. C) Jeremy and I have had our share of arguments. D) Jeremy and I have had, our share of

arguments. 5. Write the sentence with the correct comma placement. A) You are I am sure, telling the truth. B) You are, I am sure, telling the truth. C) You are, I am sure telling the truth.

6. Affinity: A liking for or an attraction to someone or something. Synonyms: bias, partial 7. Write the sentence with the correct comma placement.

A) She left Albany, New York, on January 18 of that year. B) She left Albany, New York on January 18, of that year. C) She left Albany New York, on January 18 of that year. D) She left Albany New York, on January 18, of that year.

8. Altruistic: Feelings and behavior that show a desire to help other people and a lack of selfishness. Synonym: unselfish January 14-21 Vocabulary Quiz List

1.Affinity 2.Altruistic 3.Ebullient 4.Eccentric 5.Effervescent January 14-21 Vocabulary Quiz List

1.Affinity 2.Altruistic 3.Ebullient 4.Eccentric 5.Effervescen t 6.Enigmatic 7.Entailment

8.Eradicate 9.Esoteric 10.Ethereal 9. Write the sentence with the correct comma placement. A) I need, sugar, butter, and eggs from the grocery store. B) I need sugar, butter, and eggs, from

the grocery store. C) I need: sugar, butter, and eggs from the grocery store. D) I need sugar, butter, and eggs from the grocery store. 10. Define Sentence Types

Simple Sentence: Contains a subject and verb and expresses a complete thought. Compound Sentence: Contains two independent clauses joined by a conjunction (for, and, nor, but, or, yet, so).

Complex Sentence: Has an independent clause joined by one or more dependent clauses. Compound Complex: Contains two or more independent clauses and one or more

dependent clauses. 11. Write the sentence and identify its type. Alicia goes to the library and studies every day. 12. Amicable: showing a polite and friendly

desire to avoid disagreement and argument. Synonyms: agreeable, compatible, united. 13. Write the sentence and identify its sentence type. I think I will buy the red car,

or I will lease the blue one. 14. Amnesty: A decision that a group of people will not be punished and will go free. Synonyms: absolution, pardon, forgiveness.

15. Write the sentence and identify its sentence type. Should we start class now, or should we wait for everyone to get here? 16. Arbitrary: Not planned or chosen for a particular reason; not

based on reason or evidence. Synonyms: unpredictable, undemocratic. 17. Write the sentence and identify its sentence type. We decided that the movie was

too violent, but our children, who like to watch scary movies, thought that we were wrong. 18. Audacious: Very confident, daring, bold, surprising, or shocking. Synonyms: brash, nervy

19. Identify the Independent and Dependent Clauses. We decided that the movie was too violent, but our children, who like to watch scary movies, thought that we were wrong. 20. Subjunctive Mood: The verb form used to express a wish, suggestion,

command, or condition that is contrary to fact. The form of a verb in the subjunctive mood may differ from the form with the same subject which is not in the subjunctive mood. For example: I was in your position two years ago.

(Not in the subjunctive mood) If I were in your position, I would do the same. (Subjunctive mood) 21. Brevity: The use of

few words to say something; shortness of duration. Synonyms: briefness. 22. Write the sentence that is in the subjunctive mood. A) She wishes that Americans in the South were more formal

today. B) She thinks that Americans in the South are more formal than most Americans today. 23. Congenial: Pleasant, enjoyable, very friendly.

24. Rewrite the following sentence in the subjunctive mood. Lee plays the guitar. 25. Choose the correct homophone for the sentence. My insurance will

(except/accept) the charges for the accident. 26. Contrite: feeling or showing regret for bad behavior. Synonyms: apologetic, regretful, remorseful.

27. Choose the correct homophone for the sentence. We put a (bored/board) on the roof to fix the leak. 28. Conundrum: a confusing or difficult problem.

Synonyms: mystery, enigma, puzzle Vocabulary Quiz #5 Use a minimum of 3 vocabulary words to create a minimum of 2 sentences that somehow connect. Socrative code: c0da0733

1. Brevity 2. Congenial 3. Incredulous 4. Indictment 5. Indignant 1. Indolently 2. Induce 3. Inflection

4. Innocuous 5. Inquisitive Vocabulary Quiz #5 Use a minimum of 3 vocabulary words to create a minimum of 2 sentences that somehow connect. Socrative code: c0da0733

1. Brevity 1. Indictment 2. Congenial 2. Indignant 3. Incredulous Feb. 11-18 vocabulary Quiz Words 1. Contrite 2. Conundrum

3. Interminable 4. Intrepid 5. Inundating 1. Juggernaut 2. Laceration 3. Lackluster 4. Laconic 5. Lamentation

Feb. 11-18 vocabulary Quiz Words 1. Contrite 1. Intrepid 2. Conundrum 2. Inundating 3. Interminable

29. Choose the correct homophone for the sentence. When driving, always keep your right foot above the (break/brake). 30. Choose the correct homophone for the sentence.

I want to go shopping to buy new (clothes/close). 31. Corroborate: to support or help prove (a statement, theory, etc.) by providing information or evidence. Synonyms: attest, confirm, support, validate.

32. Choose the correct homophone for the sentence. I thought you guys were going to (dessert/desert) me! 33. Debonair: a male dressing and acting in an appealing and sophisticated

way- fashionable, attractive, and confident. Synonyms: suave, nonchalant. Feb. 18-25 Vocabulary Quiz Words 6. Pandemic 1. Corroborate

2. Debonair 3. Abdicate 4. Cryptogram 5. Malevolence 7. Hypodermic 8. Monograph 9. Ingratiate 10. Obfuscate

Use a minimum of 4 vocabulary words to create a minimum of 3 sentences that somehow connect. Socrative code: c0da0733 1. Contrite 2. Conundrum 3. Interminable 4. Intrepid 5. Inundating

6. Juggernaut 7. Laceration 8. Lackluster 9. Laconic 10. Lamentation February 18-25 Vocabulary Quiz List 1. Corroborate

2. Debonair 3. Abdicate 4. Cryptogram 5. Malevolence 6. Contrite 7. Conundrum 8. Interminable 9. Intrepid 10. Inundation

34. Choose the correct homophone for the sentence. John wants to (insure/ensure) he will graduate next semester. 35. Choose the correct homophone for the sentence.

Mary will (insure/ensure) her new car. 36. Degenerate: having low moral standards- not honest, proper, or good. Synonyms: decadent, washed-up

37. Choose the correct homophone for the sentence. I didnt have enough money for the bus (fair/fare) this morning. 38. Deplorable: very bad in a way that causes shock, fear, or disgust. Synonyms: despicable,

dirty, wretched February 25 Vocabulary Quiz List vocabulary.com/lists/610109 1. Degenerate 2. Deplorable 3. Lethargy 4. Malicious

5. Meticulous 6. Morosely 7. Ostentatious 8. Perfunctory 9. Placid February 25Vocabulary Quiz List

vocabulary.com/lists/ 610110 1. Degenerate 2. Deplorable 3. Lethargy 4. Malicious 39. Choose the correct homophone for the sentence.

It was only (fare/fair) that the bus driver kicked me off the bus. 40. Choose the correct homophone for the sentence. Im not sure I can go (fourth/ forth) with the plan.

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