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Reading wings for the king

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Reading wings for the king

  1. 1. Wings for the KingWings for the King VocabularyVocabulary Fifth GradeFifth Grade Unit 3 Week 1Unit 3 Week 1
  2. 2. Words to Know admiringly permit scoundrel subject worthless
  3. 3. to let; allow permitadmiringly permit scoundrel subject worthless
  4. 4. with wonder, pleasure, and approval admiringlyadmiringly permit scoundrel subject worthless
  5. 5. without value; good-for- nothing; useless worthlessadmiringly permit scoundrel subject worthless
  6. 6. an evil, dishonorable person scoundreladmiringly permit scoundrel subject worthless
  7. 7. person under the power, control, or influence of another subjectadmiringly permit scoundrel subject worthless
  8. 8. Which means the same thing as the underlined word? Dad will not permit me to stay out late. punish allow
  9. 9. Which means the same thing as the underlined word? In the movie “The Emperor’s New Groove” Pacha is a subject under King Kuzco. citizen immigrant
  10. 10. Which means the same thing as the underlined word? We had to throw the couch away when it became worthless. leftover without value
  11. 11. Which means the same thing as the underlined word? We watched on admiringly at the girls in the fabulous dresses. with effort with approval
  12. 12. Which means the same thing as the underlined word? You can’t tell by the way someone looks whether or not he is a scoundrel. rascal commissioner
  13. 13. You’ve got it!

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