Unit6wk2 part2 vocabulary introduction cricketin timessquare

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Unit6wk2 part2 vocabulary introduction cricketin timessquare

  1. 1. The Cricket in Times Square<br />Vocabulary Introduction<br />Unit 6, Week 2<br />
  2. 2. Eavesdropping–listening to other people talking without letting them know you are listening<br />Someone who is eavesdropping is listening in on another person who is unaware.<br />My bother is good at eavesdropping on telephone conversations.<br />How are eavesdropping and spying similar and different?<br />
  3. 3. scuffling- the sound of feet shuffling<br />
  4. 4. scuffling- the sound of feet shuffling<br />Someone who is scuffling is walking without lifting his feet.<br />
  5. 5. scuffling- the sound of feet shuffling<br />Someone who is scuffling is walking without lifting his feet.<br />We loved scuffling our feet in the autumn leaves.<br />What is another way that people can be described as scuffling?<br />
  6. 6. wistfully- sweetly sad; thoughtfully<br />If you look wistfully at something, you look with longing and sadness.<br />As the school year began, <br />Nancy thought wistfully back to the long summer days at the lake.<br />What are some thing people might look at or remember wistfully?<br />
  7. 7. jumble–confused mixture or condition; a mess<br />A jumble is a messy pile of things.<br />I saw a jumble of old games and toys at the yard sale<br />What types of items have you seen in a jumble?<br />
  8. 8. logical- reasonable; thoughtful<br />If an ideal is logical, it makes sense and has good reasons. <br />We thought her suggestion about our plan was very logical.<br />What is an synonym for logical?<br />
  9. 9. acquaintance-someone known or introduced<br />If you make someone’s acquaintance, you meet the person .<br />The new student looked very thankful to be making another student’s acquaintance. <br />What is another usage for acquaintance that you might heard?<br />
  10. 10. scornfully- angrily; disapprovingly<br />If you look scornfully at something, you show dislike or disgust.<br />After seeing what he had for dinner, Joey looked at his mother scornfully.<br />What is an antonym for scornfully?<br />

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