Lesson 15: Consonant and Syllable Patterns

DownloadLesson 15: Consonant and Syllable Patterns

Advertisement
Download Presentation
Comments
teneil
From:
|  
(384) |   (0) |   (0)
Views: 119 | Added: 29-05-2012
Rate Presentation: 0 0
Description:
attitude. attitude [at t(y)oo d] n. a way of thinking orfeeling; a point of view: Food servers get goodtips when they give restaurant patrons excellentservice and have a friendly attitude. . barrier. barrier [bar r] n. anything that blocks theway, stops movement, or separates: A barr
Lesson 15: Consonant and Syllable Patterns

An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use only and may not be sold or licensed nor shared on other sites. SlideServe reserves the right to change this policy at anytime. While downloading, If for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.











- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -




1. Lesson 15: Consonant and Syllable Patterns If a word has a double consonant, the accent often falls on the syllable that goes with the first of the double consonants.

2. attitude at?ti?tude [at? ?t(y)oo ?d?] n. a way of thinking or feeling; a point of view: Food servers get good tips when they give restaurant patrons excellent service and have a friendly attitude.

3. barrier bar?ri?er [bar? ? r] n. anything that blocks the way, stops movement, or separates: A barrier was put up to keep cars away from that street while the traffic signals were being repaired.

4. buffalo buf?fa?lo [buf? ?l ] n. an animal that is similar to an ox, with a large, round body and curved horns: In many movies about the old West, buffalo roam the plains.

5. cinnamon cin?na?mon [sin? ?m n] n. an aromatic reddishbrown spice that comes from the bark of a tropical tree: Cinnamon is used as a flavoring in apple pie.

6. corridor cor?ri?dor [k?r? ?d r] n. a narrow hallway with rooms opening onto it: We are not supposed to run in any corridor at school.

7. gallery gal?ler?y [gal? r? ] n. 1. a place where works of art are on display: There is an exhibit of photos at the art gallery. 2. an indoor balcony, especially the highest balcony, as in a theater or church: We had seats in the gallery and could barely see the dancers.

8. gorilla go?ril?la [g ?ril? ] n. a large, powerful ape found in the jungles of central Africa: The gorilla has a broad, heavy chest and shoulders; long arms; and short legs.

9. hurricane hur?ri?cane [h?r? ?k n?] n. a severe tropical storm with strong winds and heavy rain: A hurricane is a storm with winds of 75 or more miles per hour.

10. massacre mas?sa?cre [mas? ?k r] n. a cruel and violent killing of many people: The government of the small country feared there would be a massacre.

11. moccasin moc?ca?sin [mok? ?sin] n. a slipperlike shoe with a soft sole and no heel: Moccasins may be adorned with embroidery or beading.

12. opossum o?pos?sum [ ?pos? m or pos? m] n. a small, furry mammal that is native to North America: When they are in danger, opossums lie motionless and appear to be dead.

13. pinnacle pin?na?cle [pin? ?k l] n. the highest point of achievement: Michael Jordan retired from pro basketball at the pinnacle of his career.

14. syllable syl?la?ble [sil? ?b l] n. a single sound that forms a word or part of a word: The accent is on the first syllable of the word ?swallow.?

15. tobacco to?bac?co [t ?bak? ] n. a tall plant with large leaves that are dried and used for smoking and chewing: Tobacco was grown in the southern colonies and exported to England.

16. tomorrow to?mor?row [t ?mor? ] n. the next day after today: If today is Monday, tomorrow will be Tuesday.

17. umbrella um?brel?la [um?brel? ] n. a circular piece of cloth or plastic stretched on a folding frame that is held overhead for protection from rain or sun: I keep an umbrella in my backpack in case of rain.


Other Related Presentations

Copyright © 2014 SlideServe. All rights reserved | Powered By DigitalOfficePro