Unit 4 A Fork in the Road. The Lady, or the Tiger?. M. Merino, Griffith MS. Vocabulary. accused crime cruel guilty innocent. judge justice ordinary punished rewarded. accused. Definition: to blame Synonyms: indict, charge, hold accountable Antonyms: innocent, without guilt
The Lady, or the Tiger?
M. Merino, Griffith MS
Definition: to blame
Synonyms: indict, charge, hold accountable
Antonyms: innocent, without guilt
Sentence: The man was accused of taking the missing money.
Definition: breaking the law, against the law
Antonyms: good deed, helpful
Sentence: My cousin committed a crime and went to jail.
Definition: the act of being very mean
Synonyms: mean, bad, rude
Antonyms: nice, kind, friendly
Sentence: My brother was cruel when he kicked a hungry dog.
Definition: to do something wrong; to be found doing something wrong
Synonyms: culpability, fault
Sentence: My neighbor was guilty for robbing candy at the store.
Definition: accused unfairly; being found not at fault
Synonym: not guilty
Sentence: You are all innocent of the vandalism in our school.
Definition: an important person who decides guilty or innocent
Sentence: The judge decided that the boy was innocent last week in the trial.
Definition: to be equal in treatment
Synonyms: fair, equal
Antonyms: unfair, unjust
Sentence: When the man was freed, I felt that justice had been done.
Definition: to be the same as anyone else
Synonyms: common, typical
Antonyms: extraordinary, uncommon, unique
Sentence: Her ordinary work day begins very early in the morning.
Definition: to suffer for doing something wrong
Synonyms: consequence, reprimand
Antonyms: reward, acknowledgement
Sentence: They will be punished for staying up late.
Definition: to be given something in return for doing something good
Synonyms: prize, award
Antonym: punishment, reprimand
Sentence: You will be rewarded if you find the pen I lost.
How to make and confirm predictions:
Maria Isabela can’t find her dress.
Maria Isabela won’t be able to attend the dance.