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SAT picture and word vocabulary practice

SAT picture and word vocabulary practice

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    • DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY ASSIGMENT Sandra Marin Juanita De Los Rios 11B
    • [ hai-poh-THEH-ti-kuhl ] Based on or serving as a hypothesis; supposed, not necessary true. The teacher wrote a hypothetical sentence on the board for the students to think about.
    • [ im-MEUT-uh-buhl ] Not able to be changed; always remains the same. The GI logo is un immutable ; it changes frequently.
    • [ im-pleh-KAY-shun ] something implied or suggested as naturally to be inferred or understood. I resent the implication that you think I'm fat!
    • [ im-PLI-sit ] implied, rather than expressly stated. The meaning of the word was implicit ly explained in the dictionary.
    • [ in-ad-VER-tehnt-lee ] unintentional. David inadvertently spilled paint on his homework.
    • [ in-AU-geu-rait ] to introduce into public use by some formal ceremony. Sandra inaugurated the new school classroom.
    • [ in-SEHS-ent ] Continuing without interruption. Camilo is driving Mrs. Carpenter crazy with his incessant talking.
    • [ in-si-DEN-tehl ] Not essential. The black pen is required for English class but the colored pencils are incidental .
    • [ in-SAIT ] to stir, encourage, or urge on. Lucy incited Sandra to steal Juanita´s bag.