Vocabulary

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Saddleback Educational Publ, Jan 1, 2000 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 112 pages
Combines the instructional core of a textbook with the built-in response mode of a workbook.
 

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Contents

Figurative Language
64
Weather
65
Driving
66
American History and Geography
68
Government
70
Forms and Applications
71
Computers
72
Media
74

More Prefixes and Suffixes
16
Medical Prefixes and Suffixes
17
More Prefixes and Suffixes
18
UNIT 2 REVIEW
20
COMMONLY CONFUSED WORDS
21
Homophones
23
Near Misses
24
UNIT 3 REVIEW
25
SHADES OF MEANING
26
Connotations
28
Euphemisms
29
Trite Language
30
Idioms
32
Idioms Make and Take
34
Idioms Go and Get
36
Jargon
38
Slang
39
UNIT 4 REVIEW
40
WORD ORIGINS 22 Borrowed Words
41
Word Histories
43
Compound Words
44
Blended Clipped and Coined Words
46
Foreign Words and Phrases
48
UNIT 5 REVIEW
49
REFERENCE BOOKS 27 The Dictionary
50
Dictionary Pronunciation Key
52
The Thesaurus 29
53
UNIT 6 REVIEW
55
TOPICAL VOCABULARY 30 Art and Music
56
Employment
58
Advertising
60
Science
62
Science Careers
63
Media Careers
75
Sports
76
Plants and Animals 445
77
UNIT 7 REVIEW
78
SYNONYMS AND ANTONYMS AZ
80
Words Beginning with A
81
Words Beginning with B
82
Words Beginning with C
83
Words Beginning with D
84
Words Beginning with E
85
Words Beginning with F
86
Words Beginning with G
87
Words Beginning with H
88
Words Beginning with I
89
Words Beginning with J
90
Words Beginning with K
91
Words Beginning with L
92
Words Beginning with M
93
Words Beginning with N
94
Words Beginning with 0
95
Words Beginning with P
96
Words Beginning with Q
97
Words Beginning with R
98
Words Beginning with S
99
Words Beginning with T
100
Words Beginning with U
101
Words Beginning with V
102
Words Beginning with W
103
Words Beginning with X Y Z
104
UNIT 8 REVIEW
105
Vocabulary Reference Guide
107
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Page 11 - Well, also he will notice in the course of time, as his reading goes on, that the difference between the almost right word and the right word is really a large matter — 'tis the difference between the lightningbug and the lightning.
Page 107 - The noun the pronoun replaces is called its antecedent. A pronoun must agree with its antecedent in number (singular or plural) and gender (masculine, feminine, or neuter).
Page 109 - Proper Adjectives A proper adjective is an adjective formed from a proper noun.
Page 51 - Write T or F to show whether each statement below is true or false. 1.
Page 56 - Write a letter to match each word on the left with its definition on the right.
Page 23 - Synonyms A synonym is a word that means the same or nearly the same as another word. Example: mean and cruel. Directions: Circle the word or group of words in each sentence that is a synonym for a word in the box. Write the synonym from the box on the line. The first one has been done for you. 1 . The children seemed to(fhrjye)in their new school.

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