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Vocabulary Book II Unit 12. Take Out. Binder with Paper Remember to use the Cornell Note-taking method. . Vocabulary Objectives - Today. You will be able to: Record new vocabulary words utilizing Cornell note-taking method. Create original sentences using vocabulary words using notes .

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take out
Take Out
  • Binder with Paper
  • Remember to use the Cornell Note-taking method.
vocabulary objectives today
Vocabulary Objectives - Today
  • You will be able to:
    • Record new vocabulary words utilizing Cornell note-taking method.
    • Create original sentences using vocabulary words using notes.
vocabulary objectives by the end of the week
Vocabulary Objectives – By the end of the week
  • You will be able to:
    • Match vocabulary words to definitions and use words in sentences without notes.
vocabulary words
Vocabulary Words
  • Cornell Notes
    • Write down the words and definitions in your notebooks.
    • Word in column in left and definition in column on right.
    • Write down word used in a phrase or sentence.
    • Write down roots and meanings.
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Root
  • TER
  • Latin TERRERE, TERRITUM "to frighten, to scare"
terrorize
TERRORIZE
  • V. to repeatedly frighten
  • That huge dog has terrorized the children in the neighborhood for much too long
  • syn; alarm ant: calm
deter
DETER
  • v. To prevent; to discourage
    • L. de, "away from," + terrere == to scare awayfrom
  • Jessica tried everything to deter deer from eating her plants, but the only solution was to place a large fence around her garden.
  • syn: hinder ant: encourage
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ROOT
  • HORR
  • Latin HORRERE, "to shudder, be afraid"
horrific
HORRIFIC
  • adj. Causing extreme horror or disgust
  • Seven cars were involved in the horrific accident that killed four of the drivers.
  • syn: awful ant: pleasant
4 abhor1
4 - ABHOR
  • v. To feel horror towards; hate
    • L. ab, "from," + horrere = to shudder awayfrom
  • Nellie abhors people who act like they are superior to their friends.
  • syn: despise ant: love
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ROOT
  • TREPID
  • Latin TREPIDUS, "afraid, disturbed"
trepidation
TREPIDATION
  • n. State of fear or alarm
  • Aisha was filled with trepidation at the thought of her upcoming driver's examination.
  • syn: dread
intrepid
INTREPID
  • adj. Bold; unafraid
    • L. in, "not," + trepidus =not afraid
  • Greg, an intrepid pilot, frequently landed his small plane on extremely rough ground in unfamiliar countries.
  • syn: brave, courageous ant: fearful
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ROOT
  • FORMiD
  • Latin FORMIDARE, "to fear"
7 formidable1
7 - FORMIDABLE
  • --adj. Difficult to overcome; intimidating
  • Just looking up at the formidable mountain was enough to make some climbers change their minds.
  • syn: daunting ant: simple
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ROOT
  • REV
  • Latin VERERI, "to fear, respect”
8 revere2
8 - REVERE
  • v. To hold in awe; worship
    • L. re, "back," + vereri :::: to respect back
  • You may dislike the painter, but Tammy reveres him.
  • syn: admire, respect ant: despise
irreverent
IRREVERENT
  • adj. Not showing proper respect
    • L. in, "not," + re, "back," + vereri == not giving respect bach
  • During the funeral, James made some irreverent remarks, and the Rabbi frowned at him.
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ROOT
  • TIM
  • Latin TIMOR, "fear"
10 i ntimidate1
10 INTIMIDATE
  • v. To threaten with harm; to frighten
    • L. in, "into," + timor == to put fear into
  • Our team was unable to intimidate the other school's football players because we were much smaller than they were.
  • syn: bully, scare
11 timorous1
11 - TIMOROUS
  • adj. Afraid of danger; timid
  • The little child was so timorous that she began crying
  • when she saw the clown at the carnivaL
  • syn: shy ant: brave
homework
HOMEWORK
  • 3X EACH + DEFINITIONS AND ORIGINAL SENTENCES
    • OR
  • FLASHCARDS WITH ORIGINAL SENTENCES