Download e-book for iPad: A Way with Words Resource Pack 1 Book (Cambridge Copy by Stuart Redman

By Stuart Redman

A photocopiable source ebook of vocabulary actions. This source e-book of vocabulary perform actions permits academics to educate vocabulary communicatively within the school room. The e-book presents numerous stimulating actions which require freshmen to actively use the objective vocabulary. It develops studying abilities, assisting beginners to turn into extra effective in establishing, storing and remembering new vocabulary. you could use with transparent teacher's notes at the left hand pages and dealing with photocopiable worksheets at the correct. This lower-intermediate to intermediate source publication is followed by way of a cassette for additional perform of the main vocabulary.

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An orphan. BENCHMARK QUIZ SOLUTIONS How did you do on identifying context clues? Check your answers here, and then analyze the results to figure out your plan of attack for mastering this topic. ◗ Answers 1. b. Explicit means clearly and fully stated; straightforward, exact. The context tells you that the directions need to be clear to prevent an error. If the directions are clearly and fully stated, it will help ensure that no one makes a mistake. 2. c. To teem means to be full of, to be present in large numbers.

Tirade ( t¯·rayd) n. a long, angry, often highly critical speech; a violent denunciation or condemnation. trite (tr¯t) adj. repeated too often, overly familiar through overuse; worn out, hackneyed. undermine (un·de˘r· m¯n) v. 1. to weaken or injure, especially by wearing away at the foundation 2. to destroy in an underhanded way. wary (wair·ee) adj. guarded, watchful, cautious. 3 Using Prefixes and Suffixes W hen you come across unfamiliar words without context, breaking those words into their parts can help you determine their meaning.

To make equal in status, amount, or degree. b. the state of being equal in status, amount, or degree. c. one who is equal in status, amount, or degree. d. the act of making someone or something equal in status, amount, or degree. e. to cause to become equal in status, amount, or degree. 10. Galvanize means: a. to be active or aware. b. the state of becoming active or aware. c. one who becomes active or aware. d. the act of making someone or something become active or aware. e. to cause to become active or aware.

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