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Vocabulary Week 1. August 7 , 2012. Bungalow. A type of low, one-storied house. Veranda. An open porch covered by a roof. Immensely. Enormously. Cowered. Crouched and trembled in fear. Gait. Way of walking or running. Masonry. Something built of stone or brick. Valiant.

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vocabulary week 1

Vocabulary Week 1

August 7, 2012

bungalow
Bungalow
  • A type of low, one-storied house
veranda
Veranda
  • An open porch covered by a roof
immensely
Immensely
  • Enormously
cowered
Cowered
  • Crouched and trembled in fear
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Gait
  • Way of walking or running
masonry
Masonry
  • Something built of stone or brick
valiant
Valiant
  • Brave and determined
fledglings
Fledglings
  • Baby Birds
impotent
Impotent
  • Powerless
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Plot
  • What happens in a story
climax
Climax
  • The story’s most emotional or suspenseful point
suspense
Suspense
  • What makes you want to continue reading
resolution
Resolution
  • End of the story when all of the loose ends are tied up
conflict
Conflict
  • Struggle or clash between two or more characters or forces
basic situation
Basic Situation
  • First thing you read; sets the stage for the action
events complications
Events/Complications
  • Things that make it hard for characters to solve their problems or work out their conflicts
external conflict
External Conflict
  • Struggles between two or more outside characters or forces
internal conflict
Internal Conflict
  • Struggles that take place within a person
foreshadowing
Foreshadowing
  • The use of hints or clues to suggest what will come later in the story