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Seventh Grade. By Gary Soto. p ropelled. verb p ushed or moved forward by a force or as if by one form of the verb propel Example: The coach’s whistle propelled the students to the locker room. glimpse. noun a quick look Example: He caught a glimpse of her in the hallway. campus.

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Seventh grade

Seventh Grade

By

Gary Soto


P ropelled
propelled

  • verb

  • pushed or moved forward by a force or as if by one

  • form of the verb propel

  • Example:

    • The coach’s whistle propelled the students to the locker room.


Glimpse
glimpse

  • noun

  • a quick look

  • Example:

    • He caught a glimpse of her in the hallway.


Campus
campus

  • noun

  • the land and buildings of a school

  • Example:

    • The library was at the north end of the campus.


Eventually
eventually

  • adverb

  • in the end; finally

  • Example:

    • Eventually he would have to do his homework.


Impress
impress

  • verb

  • to have a strong effect on

  • Example:

    • He wanted to impress his teacher with his math skills.


Casserole
casserole

  • noun

  • food cooked in a deep dish

  • Example:

    • The tuna casserole tasted delicious.


Other words to know
other words to know

  • elective- class a student chooses to take

  • catechism classes- students learn about the Roman Catholic religion

  • Raza-style- refers to the way Mexican Americans or other Hispanic people do something

  • ferocity- wild, violent, anger (ferocious)

  • Siberia- very cold part of northern Russia

  • conviction- to do something with strong belief


Phrases to know
phrases to know

  • on the sly-done in a way so that no one notices

  • in unison- all together

  • scanning the horizon- looking far ahead to find something in the distance

  • looked sheepishly- acting shy; shows shyness and embarrassment


Foreign language
foreign language

  • Saludo de vato- is a greeting

  • Bonjour- French for good day

  • Tresbien- very well

  • Parlez-vousfrancais? – Do you speak French?

  • Le bateau- French for “the boat”

  • Le bateau estsurl’eau- “The boat is on the water.”


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