← Final (Lessons 28-30) Export Options Alphabetize Word-Def Delimiter Tab Comma Custom Def-Word Delimiter New Line Semicolon Custom Data Copy and paste the text below. It is read-only. Select All Hold (Latin) teneo. Place (Greek) tuhemi. Tremble (Latin) trepido. Tremble (Latin) tremo. Last (Latin) ultimus. Press (Latin) urgeo. Road (Latin) via. Forest (Latin) silva. Scar (Old Norse) skath. Entreat (Latin) supplico. Guard (French) garde. Empty (Latin) vanus. An Animal (Greek) zoion. ? Circle (Greek) zodiak. ?Ire (Old English) ire. ? Avenge (Middle English) attack. Go (Old English) wendan. Awake (Latin) vigil. Footprint (Latin) vestigium. Truth (Latin) veritas. Poison (Latin) venenum. Revere (Latin) veneror. Across (Latin) trans. Explain the Greek Myth Tantalus Tantalus was a king condemned to remain chin deep in water. With fruit hanging over his head, he would be unable to reach them if he moved up. "Tawdry" originates from Saint Audrey Lace (a necklace). Valid approved; acceptable. Authentic legitimate; real. Arbitrary unreasonable; unsupported. Behest command; request. ? Sautitorial sympathetic; caring. Wend to pursue; to go. Wreak to cause; to practice. Wroth anger; state of agitation. Vanguard high rank; foremost division in army. Veritable able to be proven; able to be checked for truth. Vouchsafe to move; to transition. Subjugate to own; to conquer. Trepidation fear; peturbation. Tenet belief; opinion. Tutelage teaching; guarding. Unfounded not based on fact; not true. Unscathed not harmed; not damaged. Synthetic not real; artificial. Trivial not needed; useless. Symbol a figure; an object of representation. What did our lesson say about modern critics? if modern critics were "engrossed" enough to be in their studies and if they were "enthralled" with themselves to accomplish them. ? 2nd criterian for literary criticism how readers are affected by work. What happened on the ferry boat while traveling from Manhattan to Staten Island? the individuals were discussing the proffesional baseball league. What did our lesson say about Robin Hood? Robin Hood and his friends enjoyed feasting in his sylvan territory. What did our lesson say about an opera diva? the opera diva had a "rumor". What did our lesson say about Roman military conquerors? they use subjugated tribes. What did Jacob Reiss say about Americans? in order for someone to be American, they must first know more than "superficial" knowledge of the country. What did our lesson say about a belief of immortality? in the Christian faith, immortality is a "tenet" or an opinion. What did our lesson say about synthetic products? "synthetic" products are generally cheaper than real ones. What did our lesson say about wounded soldiers? the wounded soldier was carried over the rocky parts without the slightest "tremor".