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  • 5. emperor
  • 6. victim
  • 7. cruel
  • 8. martyrdom
  • 9. mischievous
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  • 11. Vocabulary review emperor mischievous martyrdom cruel victim
  • 12. Structure The conjunctive Adverb
  • 13. A conjunctive adverb can join two  main clauses . In this situation, the conjunctive adverb behaves like a  coordinating conjunction , connecting two complete ideas. Notice, however, that you need a  semicolon , not a comma, to connect the two clauses : main clause + + ; conjunctive adverb main clause ,
  • 14. Read these examples: Juno was the Queen of the Roman Gods and Goddesses. The Romans also knew her as the goddess of women and marriage. The following day, February 15 th, began the Feast of Lupercalia. The lives lf young boy and girls were strictly separate. However, one of the customs of the young people was name drawing. Accordingly also besides consequently conversely finally furthermore hence however indeed instead likewise meanwhile moreover nevertheless next nonetheless otherwise similarly still subsequently then therefore thus acordingly also besides consequently conversely finally furthermore hence however indeed instead likewise meanwhile moreover nevertheless next nonetheless otherwise similarly still subsequently then therefore thus
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  • 16. Valentines Day started in the time of The Roman Emire. In ancient Rome, February 14th was a holiday to honor Juno. Juno was the Queen of the Roman Gods and Goddesses. The Romans also knew her as the goddess of women and marriage. The following day, February 15 th, began the Feast of Lupercalia. The lives lf young boy and girls were strictly separate. However, one of the customs of the young people was name drawing. On the eve of the festival of Lupercalia the name of Roman girls were written on slips of paper and placed into jars. Each young man would draw a girl's name from the Jar and would then be partners for the duration of the festival with the girl whom he chose. Sometimes the pairing of the children lasted an entire year, and often, they would fall in love and would later marry Valentine's Day
  • 17. Under the rule of Emperor Claudius 2 Rome was involved in many bloody and unpopular campaigns. Claudius the Cruel was having a difficult time getting soldiers to join his military leagues. He believed that the reason was that roman men did not want to leave their loves or families. As a result, valentine was a priest at Rome in the days of Claudius 2. He and Saint Marius aided the Christian martyrs and secretly married couples, and for this kind deed Saint Valentine was apprehended and dragged before the Prefect of Rome, who condemned him to be beaten to death with clubs and to have his head cut off. He suffered martyrdom on the 14th day of Febuary,about the year 270.At that time it was the custom in Rome ,a very ancient custom,indeed, to celebrate in the month of February the Lupercalia, feasts in honor of a heaten god. On these occasions,anidst a variety of pagan ceremonles,the name of young women were plasced in a box,from which they were drawn by the men as chance deirected.
  • 18. Valentine Symbols Cupid Roses Ribbons and frills Hearts Love Birds and Doves Love knots
  • 19. Activity 1 Crossword Game
  • 20. Crossword Game 1. 2. H U G S E N D F R I L O L E R S O O C H W U D D E E V O T N E S R P Y C A C H M C O L A T E R D A T E R H O S S R 3. 10. 8. 9. 5. 4.
  • 21. Crossword Game
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  • 23. Weaving the Web Cupid has two wings . The Greeks called him Eros . the son of Venus. Little angel. pierces the hearts of his victims with his bows and arrows.
  • 24. By Miss Juntira Punsing 504 Miss Pradapporn Parapong 515 Miss Wilailak Butprom 570