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The Lost and Found Vocabulary. What words do we need to know?. DIRECTIONS. DIRECTIONS:. Lines or paths along which something goes, lies or points Example: I had to ask for directions to the store. Can you think of another example using the word directions ? . RUMPLED. RUMPLED:.

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the lost and found vocabulary

The Lost and Found Vocabulary

What words do we need to know?

directions3
DIRECTIONS:
  • Lines or paths along which something goes, lies or points
  • Example:
    • I had to ask for directions to the store.
  • Can you think of another example using the word directions?
rumpled5
RUMPLED:
  • Wrinkled or creased
  • Example:
    • My clothes were rumpled when I took them out of the suitcase.
  • Can you think of another example using the word rumpled?
situations7
SITUATIONS:
  • Sets of conditions at certain moments in time.
  • Example:
    • Andy’s been in bad situations before because he’s slipped on the floor 10 times.
  • Can you think of another example using the word situations?
unusual9
UNUSUAL:
  • Not usual, common, or ordinary
  • Example:
    • He thought it was unusual to see an alien waving at him.
  • Can you think of another example using the word unusual?
visible11
VISIBLE:
  • Able to be seen
  • Example:
    • The man was happy because his lost treasure was now visible.
  • Can you think of another example using the word visible?
worried13
WORRIED:
  • Concerned or anxious
  • Example:
    • My dad was worried when I came home late from school.
  • Can you think of another example using the word worried?
furious15
FURIOUS:
  • Really angry
  • Example:
    • Todd’s brother was furious when he found out his brother broke his X-Box.
  • Can you think of another example using the word furious?
plunged17
PLUNGED:
  • Fell quickly or suddenly
  • Example:
    • The diver plunged deep into the pool.
  • Can you think of another example using the word plunged?
examined19
EXAMINED:
  • Looked at or studied carefully
  • Example:
    • The detective examined the mysterious footprints.
  • Can you think of another example using the word examined?
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