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Vocabulary lesson 16. Add the notes to your spiral. . versatile. Adjective: changing easily or having many good uses The football player is so versatile that he can play several positions really well. . tentative. Adjective: not final; still not sure

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vocabulary lesson 16
Vocabulary lesson 16

Add the notes to your spiral.

versatile
versatile
  • Adjective: changing easily or having many good uses
  • The football player is so versatile that he can play several positions really well.
tentative
tentative
  • Adjective: not final; still not sure
  • My schedule for 7th grade is still tentative because I’m not sure if I’ll take band or choir. I’ll decide later.
substitute
substitute
  • Verb: to replace with something else
  • We’re going to substitute milk chocolate for dark chocolate in the recipe because it tastes better.
restore
Restore
  • Verb: to put it back in its original condition
  • We’re going to restore the old table by sanding it down and re-staining it.
persevere
persevere
  • Verb: to keep going and don’t give up
  • You have to persevere and keep going. You can do it!
effect
effect
  • Noun: the final result (think of “cause and effect”)
  • One effect of stress is that you can get lots of headaches.
adapt
adapt
  • Verb: to change so that you fit in with something new
  • Sometimes it’s hard to adapt to a new school, but get involved and you’ll soon feel like you’re an important part of it!
tranquil
tranquil
  • Adjective: Peaceful and calm
  • The lake was very tranquil, so it made for a smooth boat ride.
soothe
Soothe
  • Verb: to calm down or to settle down
  • We tried and tried to soothe the babies, but they just wouldn’t stop crying.
placid
placid
  • Adjective: calm, quiet, undisturbed
  • The lake is so still and placid that its surface look like glass.
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lull
  • Verb: to soothe or quiet down
  • My dad used to lull me to sleep by reading a story or singing a song.
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