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Vocabulary Lesson 1 - 6th grade

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    • Finding Meanings –
    • 1. d – c
    • 2. b – d
    • 3. b – d
    • 4. a – d
    • 5. b - c
    • 6. b – c
    • 7. b – c
    • 8. c – b
    • 9. c – a
    • 10. b - d
    • Just the right word –
    • 1. immigrants
    • 2. ferry
    • 3. pedestal
    • 4. unveiled
    • 5. declaration
    • 6. appeal
    • 7. contributed
    • 8. eloquence
    • 9. conspicuous
    • 10. affection
    • Applying Meanings
    • 1. a, c, d
    • 2. a, c, d
    • 3. a, b, c, d
    • 4. c, d
    • 5. b, d
    • 6. a, c, d
    • 7. a, d
    • 8. c, d
    • Word Study
    • 1. tall – lofty
    • 2. declare – state
    • 3. show – exhibition
    • 4. eloquent – moving
    • 5. request – appeal
    • 6. base – pedestal
    • 7. affectionate – fond
    • 8. grasp – clasp
    • 9. need - poverty
    • 10. clasp - fastener
    • 1. The meaning of lofty is “tall.”
    • 2. Americans found out that donors’ names would be in the newspaper.
    • 3. The statue’s arm was exhibited to help raise money.
    • 4. The ending of the poem is called eloquent .
    • 5. Appeal means “a request for help.”
    • 6. The day the statue was unveiled was declared a public holiday.
    • 7. The immigrants hoped that they would be more prosperous in America.
    • 8. The American people had to raise the money to purchase a pedestal for the statue.
    • 9. The statue’s hand clasps the torch of liberty.
    • 10. Visitors take a ferry to Liberty Island.
    • 11. Unveil means “to remove a covering from.”
    • 12. Most people in America are immigrants or descendants of immigrants.
    • 13. The Statue of Liberty is now dwarfed by the lofty skyscrapers of Manhattan.
    • 14. Persecuted people are seeking safety and looking for freedom.
    • 15. No. If people seeking safety in America felt affection for their home countries, they probably would not want to live elsewhere.
    • Lesson 1
    • Be sure to know all of the words and definitions.
    • You have to be able to apply the words in context.
    • You have to know all versions of the words shown in the list.