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In My Family Vocabulary

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  • 1. In My Family Vocabulary Words
  • 2. culture
    • The customs, beliefs, and arts of a a group
    • What are some foods unique to our culture?
    • The state fair celebrates Minnesota’s culture.
  • 3. chile
    • Def: the fruit of the pepper plant, often used to make seasonings.
    • Would chile taste better mixed with eggs or ice cream?
    • Eric mixed diced chile into his omelet.
  • 4. mesquite
    • Def: a shrub or small tree found in the SW US, its wood is used for making charcoal.
    • Which group of words goes with mesquite: Pine, oak, juniper or bee, gnat, fly ?
    • We piled up the mesquite before the barbeque.
  • 5. accordion
    • Def: a musical instrument with key and bellows.
    • What is an accordion used for? How do you work it?
    • Corissa is a world-famous accordion player.
  • 6. barbecue
    • Def: a special kind of grill or pit used for outdoor grilling.
    • What things might you cook on a barbecue?
    • Oriana is having a barbecue party at her house after MCAs.
  • 7. confetti
    • Def: tiny pieces of paper, often thrown during celebrations.
    • When might people throw confetti?
    • After winning the election, the president was showered in confetti.