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  1. Haiku, Limerick & Concrete Poetry Vocabulary Week 6

  2. Word List A caught [KAWT] v. When my coat got caught in the door, the door would not close properly. flee[FLEE] v. The cat tried to flee when it saw the dog. sailor[SAY luhr] n. Jared wanted to be a sailor because he loved to be on the sea. sea[SEE] n. I won’t go swimming in the sea; the waves are too big and the water is too cold. skimming[SKIM ing] adj. With my new skates, I was skimming smoothly around the rink. splash[SPLASH] n. I heard the splash when Jessica jumped into the pool.

  3. Word List B asphalt [AS fawlt] adj. We play football on grass rather than asphalt pavement so we don’t get hurt. flaw[FLAW] n. If they don’t fix that flaw in the wall, it might fall down. silence[SY luhns] n. At night, there is silence in my house; there isn’t a single sound. sway[SWAY] v. Look at those trees sway in the strong wind. swerve[SWERV] v. Mom had to swerve so she didn’t hit the pig that ran into the road. whirring[WER ing] adj. I hate the whirring sound that the wind-up toy makes.

  4. Word List A caught [KAWT] v. stuck, trapped, or captured When my coat got caught in the door, the door would not close properly. flee[FLEE] v. run away; escape The cat tried to flee when it saw the dog. sailor[SAY luhr] n. person who guides a boat or works on a boat Jared wanted to be a sailor because he loved to be on the sea. sea[SEE] n. ocean I won’t go swimming in the sea; the waves are too big and the water is too cold. skimming[SKIM ing] adj. gliding; moving swiftly and lightly over a surface With my new skates, I was skimming smoothly around the rink. splash[SPLASH] n. the sound made when a person or an object hits water I heard the splash when Jessica jumped into the pool.

  5. Word List B asphalt [AS fawlt] adj. made of the black cement-like substance used for the surface of playgrounds and roads We play football on grass rather than asphalt pavement so we don’t get hurt. flaw[FLAW] n. break; crack If they don’t fix that flaw in the wall, it might fall down. silence[SY luhns] n. complete quiet At night, there is silence in my house; there isn’t a single sound. sway[SWAY] v. move back and forth Look at those trees sway in the strong wind. swerve[SWERV] v. turn sharply and suddenly Mom had to swerve so she didn’t hit the pig that ran into the road. whirring[WER ing] adj. making a whizzing or buzzing sound I hate the whirring sound that the wind-up toy makes.