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Spelling List 20 Vocabulary
vacate
evacuate
diversion
introvert
to leave
to remove from a dangerous area
a turning aside from a course or activity; a pastime
"to turn inward"; a person who concentrates mostly on his own…
vacate
to leave
evacuate
to remove from a dangerous area
6 terms
Week 5 Spelling Vocabulary
Telescope
Paragraph
Interrupt
Abrupt
an instrument designed to make distant objects appear nearer
a distinct section of a piece of writing that usually deals w…
to stop the continuous progress of an activity or process
sudden and unexpected
Telescope
an instrument designed to make distant objects appear nearer
Paragraph
a distinct section of a piece of writing that usually deals w…
8 terms
Spelling Vocabulary
afford
loan
profit
prosper
enough money to pay it
money burrow
amount of money left after all the business costs have been p…
do well and become successful
afford
enough money to pay it
loan
money burrow
5 terms
Week 1 Spelling Vocabulary
disgrace
dismay
uneasy
nonfiction
n. loss of reputation or respect
n. consternation or distress
adj. causing or feeling anxiety; troubled
n. writing that is based on facts, real events, and real people
disgrace
n. loss of reputation or respect
dismay
n. consternation or distress
20 terms
spelling vocabulary
commemorate
dire
epitaph
eulogy
to call to remembrance
extremely serious or urgent
a phrase or statement written in memory of a person who has d…
a speech or piece of writing that praises someone or somethin…
commemorate
to call to remembrance
dire
extremely serious or urgent
6 terms
Week 4 Spelling Vocabulary
accept
except
seize
seas
to receive
to exclude; unless
to take hold of suddenly; grab
large bodies of water
accept
to receive
except
to exclude; unless
10 terms
-ER Verb spelling
To Sing
To Cut
To Listen
To Speak
Chanter
Couper
Écouter
Parler
To Sing
Chanter
To Cut
Couper
39 terms
Spelling Changing Verbs
Voyager
Déménager
Déranger
Manger
To voyage
To move
To bother
To eat
Voyager
To voyage
Déménager
To move
20 terms
Spelling vocabulary
Gear
Spear
Sharp
Alarm
A toothed wheel that works with others to alter the relation…
A long pole with a sharp, pointed blade at one end.
acute.
Consternation.
Gear
A toothed wheel that works with others to alter the relation…
Spear
A long pole with a sharp, pointed blade at one end.
20 terms
6th grade Spelling/Vocabulary
damage
gentle
injury
palace
to harm something
kindly; soft; mild; of good family
wound; broken bones
A large royal residence
damage
to harm something
gentle
kindly; soft; mild; of good family
6 terms
Week 2 Spelling Vocabulary
responsible
syllable
hesitate
visible
having an obligation to do
a unit of pronunciation having one vowel sound
pause before saying or doing something
able to be seen
responsible
having an obligation to do
syllable
a unit of pronunciation having one vowel sound
19 terms
3rd grade Spelling/Vocabulary
brownie
monkey
secret
pieces
a chocolate dessert
a small primate
hidden fact
more than one piece/ parts of a whole
brownie
a chocolate dessert
monkey
a small primate
9 terms
Spelling Vocabulary
Blemish
Conclude
Detect
Festive
a mark or stain that damages the appearance of something; a w…
to finish; to bring something to an end
to find or discover something notice
having to do with a feast or celebration
Blemish
a mark or stain that damages the appearance of something; a w…
Conclude
to finish; to bring something to an end
10 terms
Vocabulary spelling
kleptomanic
wispy
disgorge
scythe
an obsessive impulse to steal
a small bunch of hair
to eject or throw out of the throat
a tool with a curved blade used to cut
kleptomanic
an obsessive impulse to steal
wispy
a small bunch of hair
6 terms
Week 3 Spelling Vocabulary
awkward
crouch
pause
cause
causing or feeling embarrassed
to slump forward where the knees are bent and the upper body…
a temporary stop in action or speech
to make happen
awkward
causing or feeling embarrassed
crouch
to slump forward where the knees are bent and the upper body…
30 terms
Present Continuous Practice Spelling Verbs
sit
rub
visit
learn
sitting
rubbing
visiting
learning
sit
sitting
rub
rubbing
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Spelling Lesson 5 Vocabulary
fruit
mule
bedroom
spoon
Any product of plant growth useful to humans or animals. Exam…
The offspring of a female horse and male donkey, valued as a…
A room furnished and used for sleeping.
A utensil for use in eating, stirring, measuring, ladling, et…
fruit
Any product of plant growth useful to humans or animals. Exam…
mule
The offspring of a female horse and male donkey, valued as a…
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Week 7 Spelling Vocabulary
gymnast
agile
genuine
giant
a person trained or skilled in gymnastics
able to move quickly and easily
truly what something is said to be; sincere
very great size; huge, gigantic
gymnast
a person trained or skilled in gymnastics
agile
able to move quickly and easily
16 terms
Spelling & Vocabulary Lesson 13
access
rubble
fulfill
grubby
a means to obtain entry or a means of approach
(n.) broken stone or bricks; ruins
carry out
Rather dirty
access
a means to obtain entry or a means of approach
rubble
(n.) broken stone or bricks; ruins
46 terms
Spelling-change verbs French
voyager, déménager, déranger, manger,…
commencer, avancer, effacer, forcer, l…
envoyer, balayer, ennuyer, essayer, ne…
acheter, amener, élever, emmener, leve…
-ger, add e
-cer, c becomes ç
-yer, y changes to i in all forms but nous and vous
change second e to è in all but nous and vous
voyager, déménager, déranger, manger,…
-ger, add e
commencer, avancer, effacer, forcer, l…
-cer, c becomes ç
10 terms
spelling vocabulary
illegal
illogical
illegible
inexpensive
against the law
doesn't make sence
cannot read it
cheap; not expensive
illegal
against the law
illogical
doesn't make sence
20 terms
spelling/ vocabulary
master
guide
pretend
audience
domin
Horizontal rectangle
dissemble
the intended reader of a piece
master
domin
guide
Horizontal rectangle
10 terms
Spelling vocabulary
Criteria
Bacteria
Media
Phenomena
Standards or rules by which things can be judged
Microscopic ,single celled
Newspapers ,television ,and other such means of mass communic…
Facts events or circumstances that can be observed
Criteria
Standards or rules by which things can be judged
Bacteria
Microscopic ,single celled
15 terms
Spelling Change -er verbs (definitions)
acheter
espérer
envoyer
célébrer
to buy
to hope
to send
to celebrate
acheter
to buy
espérer
to hope
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spelling vocabulary
biped
centipede
impediment
millipede
A creature with two feet
A creature with 100 feet
something that stand in ones way
a creature with 1,000 feet
biped
A creature with two feet
centipede
A creature with 100 feet
59 terms
Fr 4 - Spelling change verbs
annoncer
avancer
commencer
forcer
to announce
to advance
to begin
to force
annoncer
to announce
avancer
to advance
54 terms
5B Conjugation Practice - Spelling Change -ER Verbs
j'achète
j'amène
je célèbre
je considère
I buy
I bring
I celebrate
I consider
j'achète
I buy
j'amène
I bring
15 terms
Vocabulary Spelling
Acquaintance
Alias
Bawling
Festering
A person's knowledge or experience of something.
(a made up name)
Crying loudly, as from pain or annoying.
Generating pus, resentful.
Acquaintance
A person's knowledge or experience of something.
Alias
(a made up name)
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Unit 1 Spelling and Vocabulary
attached
solve
captive
challenge
"to be stuck to"
"to find the answer"
"kept in confinement"
"to engage in a contest"
attached
"to be stuck to"
solve
"to find the answer"
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Spelling Change/Irregular/ GO Verbs
contruir
proteger
recoger
conocer
to construct
to protect
to pick up/gather
to know (PP)
contruir
to construct
proteger
to protect
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Spelling List 17 Vocabulary
metropolitan
abruptly
miscalculate
aptitude
traits associated with a sizeable city or urban area
broken off suddenly; curtly
to come up with the wrong answer
talent; ability
metropolitan
traits associated with a sizeable city or urban area
abruptly
broken off suddenly; curtly
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Common Spelling change preterite verbs
to have lunch
to turn off
to look for
to cross
almorzar
apagar
buscar
cruzar
to have lunch
almorzar
to turn off
apagar
16 terms
Spelling / Vocabulary
Grasslands
desert
Birds
Mammals
Grasslands
desert
49 terms
French spelling change reflexive verbs
Je me lève
Tu te lèves
Nous nous levons
Il se lève
se lever-je
se lever-tu
se lever-nous
se lever-il
Je me lève
se lever-je
Tu te lèves
se lever-tu
45 terms
Irregular Preterit Verbs Practice +spelling change verbs
ella (tener)
él (estar)
nosotros (ir)
ellos (ver)
tuvo
estuvo
fuimos
vieron
ella (tener)
tuvo
él (estar)
estuvo
21 terms
Spelling change -er Verbs D
envoyer
envoie
envoies
envoie
to send
j'
tu
il/elle
envoyer
to send
envoie
j'
vocabulary / spelling
attracting
hard drive
electromagnet
generators
pulling or toward
a device used to store computer data
a piece of metal that becomes magnetic when electricity is se…
machines that change motion in to electricity
attracting
pulling or toward
hard drive
a device used to store computer data
10 terms
Spelling Vocabulary
Ambiguous
Ambidextrous
Ambient
Projection
able to understand in different ways
Able to use both hands equally well
Surrounding area or enviorment
A jut or protude
Ambiguous
able to understand in different ways
Ambidextrous
Able to use both hands equally well
35 terms
Spelling Vocabulary
prodigy
Procedure
Procrastinate
Procure
A marvel, especially a child with amazing talent or genius
A way of doing something
To put off doing
To get
prodigy
A marvel, especially a child with amazing talent or genius
Procedure
A way of doing something
12 terms
Vocabulary/ Spelling
microscopic
grime
persecution
reckon
tiny, small enough which can only be seen with a microscope
dirt or filth on the surface of something
persistant hostility and ill-treatment
conclude after calculation; be of the opinion
microscopic
tiny, small enough which can only be seen with a microscope
grime
dirt or filth on the surface of something
24 terms
PRET (Verbs with spelling changes)
I arrived at five pm.
I organized the event last night.
I began the project.
I practiced a lot last week.
llegué a las cinco de la tarde.
Yo organicé el evento anoche.
Yo comencé (empecé) el proyecto.
Yo practiqué mucho la semana pasada.
I arrived at five pm.
llegué a las cinco de la tarde.
I organized the event last night.
Yo organicé el evento anoche.
21 terms
unit 1 spelling & vocabulary
From
home
new
go
...
...
From
...
home
20 terms
Spelling changing verbs unite 1
espérer
plonger
menacer
essayer
to wait / to hope
to dive
threaten
to try
espérer
to wait / to hope
plonger
to dive
13 terms
Vocabulary spelling list
Evidence
Initially
Imply
Benefit
Something that proves an idea or belief
At first
To hint at something (opposite of infer)
Something that is an advantage or good for something
Evidence
Something that proves an idea or belief
Initially
At first
159 terms
spelling regular past tense verbs
to clap
to drag
to skip
to grab
clapped
dragged
skipped
grabbed
to clap
clapped
to drag
dragged
11 terms
Spelling and Vocabulary
Apply
deny
rely
tyrant
to put to use
to refuse to agree or accede to
to depend confidently; put trust in
a sovereign or other ruler who uses power oppressively or unj…
Apply
to put to use
deny
to refuse to agree or accede to
10 terms
Week 4 Spelling/Vocabulary
Multimedia
Microscope
Antibiotic
Megabyte
Different types of media including text, video, sound, graphi…
An instrument that makes small objects look larger
A chemical that kills bacteria or slows their growth without…
a unit of formation equal to one million bytes
Multimedia
Different types of media including text, video, sound, graphi…
Microscope
An instrument that makes small objects look larger
10 terms
Vocabulary and Spelling
division
organization
rotation
solution
the action of separating something into parts, or the process…
the action of organizing something; having structure or arran…
the action of rotating around an axis or center: the moon mov…
a way of solving a problem or dealing with a difficult situat…
division
the action of separating something into parts, or the process…
organization
the action of organizing something; having structure or arran…
33 terms
Ch 3 Verbs: Present-Tense Spelling Changes
agradecer
aparecer
conocer
desaparecer
to thank for
to appear
to know (a person)
to disappear
agradecer
to thank for
aparecer
to appear
10 terms
spelling and vocabulary
attitude
claim
magnificent
spellbound
the way a person thinks or feels about another person
to declare the something belongs to you or that you deserve s…
impressive/excellent
to hold the attention of someone
attitude
the way a person thinks or feels about another person
claim
to declare the something belongs to you or that you deserve s…
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