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The Gold Rush Game Vocabulary Practice
The speech makes a _______ to a play written by William Shakespeare. • annoyed • reference • circular • prospectors
You Struck Gold reference –noun – a statement that calls or directs attention to something
Sorry, Your claim's a Bust
The referee’s arm made a _______ motion as he blew the whistle. • reference • circular • prospectors • outstretched
You Struck Gold circular – adjective – having or making the shape of a circle
California was full of _______ during the Gold Rush of 1849. • prospectors • outstretched • disappointment • glinted
You Struck Gold prospectors – plural noun – people who explore an area for minerals, such as gold
His ________ palm held the quarter I have dropped. • outstretched • disappointment • glinted • annoyed
You Struck Gold outstretched – adjective - stretched out, extended
Losing the match was a ________, but I still like tennis. • circular • prospectors • outstretched • disappointment
You Struck Gold disappointment – noun –a feeling of being disappointed or let down.
disappointment • glinted • annoyed • reference Rays of sunshine _______ on the water.
You Struck Gold glinted – verb– sparkled or flashed.
Kevin looked ______ when his little sister came out to join the game. • glinted • annoyed • reference • circular
You Struck Gold annoyed – adjective – bothered or disturbed
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