← Vocab List #1 Test
6 Written Questions
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- regarded as holy
why- Troy is Holy, powerful
ex.) hallowed gifts
- to take advantage, use
To show how he is ruining everything and doesn't have any shame/ care.
ex.) The children exploited their teacher by fooling around while she was gone.
- To be filled with sound, echo
To show how beautiful the sound was, and how powerful it sounded as it echoed.
ex.) I listened to the resounding waves as I read on the beach.
- wood/stone entrance
This word makes the entrance and Odysseus' overall appearance sound more powerful and important because the word is larger and more complex.
ex.) The governor elect stood on the threshold, trying to get the attention of the audience.
To show how dirty and disgusting the character was
After my sister played in the dirt, my mom had to was her squalid clothes.
5 True/False Questions
Irreproachable → Very bad/ unpleasant (of/related to hell)
To show how bad the suitors were that it was almost like hell.
ex.) The infernal teenagers smoked infront of the church
Guile → watchful of one's own interest
To show that Odysseus is careful and wants to do the right thing.
ex.) The canny school teacher made sure all the children washed their hands before using her stapler.
Vagabonds → wandering from place to place, hobo
to show what he's been through and the various things he's experienced.
ex.) I saw a vagabond on the street asking for money.
Paltry → small, worthless
show how small and shabby the house was
ex.) I have a paltry basement
Infernal → rude behavior/ speech
show how the suitors think he's a pain, want to show they're more powerful
ex.) If I ever show insolence to my parents, they would ground me.