Unit 8 word definitions and images

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  • This rather bizarre sight is actually a fairly common one in Morocco. Living in sparse conditions, the goats climb Argan trees in search of food.They've developed quite a knack for it too, moving across some pretty narrow branches with impressive ease for a hoofed creature!
  • Treasured, cherished, valuable, dear, expensive
  • Nounhigh public value or respect.the state of having a good character and honest behaviour.the privilege of meeting with famous, noble, or otherwise special peopleVerbto give a special award or recognition toto show respect or admiration for.
  • Unit 8 word definitions and images

    1. 1. Phonics Word List High Frequency Word List gallery their reduce there tubular they’re saviour unusual misplace difficult
    2. 2. Nounplace or position.Describe the location of Kellyville on this map of Sydney
    3. 3. Nouna folded paper covering or container usually used to mail letters.Draw an envelope and address it correctly to yourself at our school.34 Rosebery Rd KellyvillePost Code - 2155
    4. 4. AdjectiveEnough: as much as neededWhat do you think self-sufficiency means?
    5. 5. Adjective1. without physical skill or grace; clumsy.2. embarrassed or embarrassing.Name 3 things that could be described as ‘awkward’.
    6. 6. Nounone of twenty equal parts of a whole; 1/20Adjectivecoming next after the nineteenth in a series.If the twentieth century began in 1901, what was the final year of the twentiethcentury? What will the last day of the21st century be?
    7. 7. Nounpaper, pens, envelopes, and other writing materials.The words stationery and stationary (not moving) are homophones, meaning theysound alike but have different meanings.Come up with a way for you to remember which stationery/stationary goes with eachdefinition.
    8. 8. Check out this innovative advertisement for Funktion Personal Training, which turned a stationary bike into a street vehicle: The unusual ambient piece most certainly captured the gyms message: "Escape your boring gym." The bike, created by Rethink Communications, helped drive home the point that outdoor workouts through Funktion Personal Training are a whole lot more exciting than the exercise youd get at an ordinary gym.Adjective1. not moving; still.2. not able to be moved; fixed.Use your thesaurus to find five synonyms you could use in place of theword ‘stationary’.
    9. 9. Adverbnumerous times; oftenWhat does FAQ stand for and what does it mean?
    10. 10. Adjectivehaving to do with or like an explosion.Nouna substance that is able to cause an explosionWhat could you describe as ‘explosive’? Write a sentence using the word as anadjective.
    11. 11. Noun1. a chance for a better situation.2. a good chance or favourable situation.What do you think the quote in the picture means?
    12. 12. Noundamage done to property in secret in order to stop some activity.Verbto attack or damage by sabotageWhat might you sabotage so that something doesn’t happen or go ahead?
    13. 13. Adjective1. causing wonder or amazement.2. of the highest quality; splendid.Create a Word Cline for ‘marvellous’ using these words and any others;awesome, dreadful, sensational, staggering, awful, sensational
    14. 14. Adjective1. tending to behave in an annoying or mildly harmful way2. teasing or slyWhat types of mischievous behaviour do the monkeys exhibit?
    15. 15. Adjectivecharacterized by concern for improving the welfare of humanity.Nouna humanitarian personNoun or Adjective?Mother Teresa is known as a great humanitarian because of her dedication tothe poor, sick, dying and orphaned.These funds were set aside for humanitarian relief efforts.
    16. 16. Adjectivecharacterized by concern for improving the welfare of humanity.Nouna humanitarian personNoun or Adjective?Mother Teresa is known as a great humanitarian because of her dedication tothe poor, sick, dying and orphaned.These funds were set aside for humanitarian relief efforts.
    17. 17. 1 Week 8 Quiz 4 Noun 6 1. a chance for a better situation. 2. a good chance or2 favourable situation. 7 Adjective 1. causing wonder or amazement. 53 8 Noun 1. a special event; celebration
    18. 18. 1 Week 8 Quiz 4 Noun 6 1. a chance for a better situation. dessert 2. a good chance or2 favourable situation. opportunity 7 Adjective humanitarian 1. causing wonder or amazement. 5 marvellous3 explosive 8 Noun 1. a special event; celebration occasion mischievous sabotage

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