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SAT Vocabulary Practice

SAT Vocabulary Practice

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    • Laura Ospina 11B
      • Definition: Not showing objects in a realistic way.
      • Sentence:
      • Veronica painted an abstract picture similar to Picasso's masterpiece.
      • Definition : accept something without protest.
      • Sentence: Mrs. Carpenter acquiesced to Sara´s request to make up the quiz.
      • Definition: Tell somebody that they have done something wrong.
      • Sentence: Mrs. Carpenter admonished Camilo because of his behavior in her class.
      • Definition: Enemy, opponent.
      • Sentence: Jacob was Sandra's adversary in the contest.
      • Definition: Person who speaks in favor of somebody or an idea.
      • Sentence: Manu was an advocate in favor of the legalization of drugs.
      • Definition: Showing agreement or declare that something is true.
      • Sentence: Sandra´s affirmation about Gloria´s innocent was supported by all the class.
      • Definition: Person who is caring about the needs of other people more than that they own.
      • Sentence: Manu showed she was an altruistic person when she she gave all her money to charity.
      • Definition: Having more than one meaning.
      • Sentence: Paula was confused by the ambiguous instructions of the SAT.
      • Definition: Having or showing both good and bad feelings.
      • Sentence: Sara Acts in an ambivalent way when she thinks about English, which she hates.