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Lesson 25 Slideshow. By: Claudia, Diego, Matias , Luis. 1. a mbivalence . indecisiveness as to which course to follow {noun}. My ambivalence as to which way to go…. 2. avail. use, benefit, or advantage {noun}. Johnny tried to help, but to no avail he ended up making the trays fall.

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lesson 25 slideshow

Lesson 25 Slideshow

By:

Claudia, Diego, Matias, Luis

1 a mbivalence
1. ambivalence
  • indecisiveness as to which course to follow {noun}

My ambivalence as to which way to go…

2 avail
2. avail
  • use, benefit, or advantage {noun}

Johnny tried to help, but to no avail he ended up making the trays fall.

3 countervailing
3. countervailing
  • acting against something so as to cancel its effect; counteractive {adj.}

The countervailing forces at each side did not allow the bookshelf to be moved.

4 evaluate
4. evaluate
  • to judge or determine the value of {verb}

The art critic closely evaluated the painting.

5 evince
5. evince
  • to show or demonstrate clearly {verb}

The flyer says “Evince your presence” which in other words is show your presence.

6 invaluable
6. invaluable
  • priceless; having a value to great to be measured {adj.}

“Your help has been invaluable to us”, said the charity’s founder to the donor.

7 prevail
7. prevail
  • to be greater in strength; to triumph {verb}

These underweardiapers prevail over any other brand!

8 valedictorian
8. valedictorian
  • the student who has the highest academic rank in a class and who usually delivers the graduation speech {noun}
9 valiant
9. valiant
  • brave; possessing courage and boldness {adj.}
10 vanquish
10. vanquish
  • to defeat; to overcome, conquer, or subdue {verb}

The wrestler in red is about to vanquish his opponent.

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