LANGUAGE ARTS STUDY GUIDEStudy the following spelling words. You need to know the correct spellingand the part of speech.Spelling Lesson 7establish fanatic fantastic gigantic inhabitabusive perusal pursuant refusal attendantintestate compensateClick Here to Practice Spelling List 7Spelling Lesson 8afloat below bemoan bestow deploreabreast ahead befriend beheld postponeClick Here to Practice Spelling List 8Spelling Lesson 9deport remote attempt distress connectdeflect dilute ensue imbue abridgeClick Here to Practice Spelling List 9Spelling Lesson 10dismiss amidst bewitch recruit recluserefute eclipse extinct forgive inflictClick Here to Practice Spelling List 10Long Sounds of Vowels.Spelling Lesson 11austere revere awry beguile deprivedecrease increase repeal describe despiseprescribe declineClick Here to Practice Spelling List 11
IDIOMSStudy the idioms 21 to 40. You need to know the meaning.English Idiom #21 EAGER BEAVERENTHUSIASTIC PERSON.English Idiom #22 EARLY BIRDA PERSON WHO IS EARLY FOR AN APPOINTMENT.English Idiom #23 SCRATCH THE SURFACEEXAMINE ONLY A PART OF SOMETHING. UNCOVER ONLY A FEW FACTS ABOUTSOMETHING.English Idiom #24 GIVE HIM THE SLIPLEAVE HIM. HIDE FROM HIM.English Idiom #25 COLD SHOULDERTO TREAT SOMEONE IN AN UNFRIENDLY MANNER.English Idiom #26 GET THE BALL ROLLINGSTART SOMETHING.English Idiom #27 JUMP ON THE BANDWAGONJOIN A POPULAR TREND OR ACTIVITY.English Idiom #28 A LOSING BATTLESOMETHING THAT CANNOT BE ACCOMPLISHED.English Idiom #29 KEEP SOMETHING AT BAYKEEP SOMETHING AWAY.English Idiom #30 SPILL THE BEANSTELL A SECRET.English Idiom #31 BEGGARS CANT BE CHOOSERSPEOPLE CANNOT COMPLAIN ABOUT SOMETHING THEY GET FOR FREE.English Idiom #32 FLESH AND BLOODA RELATIVE.English Idiom #33GIVE THE BENEFIT OF THE DOUBTBELIEVE SOMEONES STATEMENT, WITHOUT PROOF.
English Idiom #34 A SAFE BETPROBABLY TRUE. WILL PROBABLY HAPPEN.English Idiom #35 FIT THE BILLSEEMS CORRECT.English Idiom #36 BLACK AND BLUEBRUISED.English Idiom #37 IN COLD BLOODWITH COMPASSION OR MERCY. USUALLY ASSOCIATED WITH RUTHLESSMURDER.English Idiom #38 OUT OF THE BLUEUNEXPECTED.English Idiom #39 CALL SOMEONES BLUFFMAKE SOMEONE PROVE WHAT THEY SAY.English Idiom #40 ROCK THE BOATCREATE PROBLEMS FOR OTHER PEOPLE. READINGStories: Vocanoes Hunting Hurricanes Herbie These Shoes of Mine Titanic: Lost and FoundStudy the following vocabulary: Iceberg Drills Patrol Stirred Fiery Erupted Satellite Navigator Parachute Dejectedly Impress Immigrant Astronomy Predictions
IRREGULAR VERBSStudy the following verbs:deal dealt dealtdig dug dugdive dived/dove diveddo did donedraw drew drawndream dreamed/dreamt dreamed/dreamtdrive drove drivendrink drank drunkeat ate eatenfall fell fallenfeed fed fedfeel felt feltfight fought foughtfind found foundfit fit fitflee fled fledfling flung flungfly flew flownforbid forbade forbiddenforget forgot forgottenforego (forgo) forewent foregoneforgive forgave forgivenforsake forsook forsakenfreeze froze frozenget got gottengive gave givengo went gonegrind ground groundgrow grew grownhang hung hunghear heard heardhide hid hiddenhit hit hithold held heldhurt hurt hurtkeep kept kept
kneel knelt kneltknit knit knitSay it Right!Correct the following sentences: I don’t was speaking in Spanish! My califications are getting better. May I can go to the office? He don’t want to help me.INTERROGATIVE FORM.Change the following sentences into a question.Arthur thinks he is the best.Does Arthur think he is the best?They are going to the movies this weekend.Are they going to the movies this weekend? VERBSWrite two verbs of each kind: Action Linking Verb phrases (Main and helping verbs) Transitive Intransitive ADJECTIVES AND ADVERBSWrite the definition of adjective and two examples of each type.Write the definition of adverb and two examples of each type.