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Vocabulary pg 9
Workshop I: Where am I going?
seeming to be *
Joseph apparently found the situation funny, since he was trying hard not to laugh. *
Apparently, you think I am a moron if you think I believe that story.
Hector apparently _________ because_____________.
showing imagination and originality *
Leticia’s fashion designs are beautiful and creative.
Linda shows how creative she is with her imaginative stories.
To be more creative Jerome will______________.
having to do with industry
The class visited an industrial paper plant to learn how cardboard is made.
Her father worked at an industrial park where metals are recycled.
I want to work in an industrial building that ________________.
to swerve crazily while moving forward
We watched the hubcap careen across the highway and into a ditch. *
The birds careen in and out of the nest.
The __________ careened across the _____________.
a loud, emotional statement
My brother made an exclamation of disgust when I shoved a bug in his face.
The exclamation of the bells startled the sleeping student.
He made an exclamation when ____________.
to burn without flames
The flames have died down, but the campfire will smolder for hours.
The cigar smoldered in the night air.
A person can smolder when they experience __________ feelings.
to laugh quietly in a mean way
When I spilled my soup on the floor, Ed and Zack snickered.
When he spilled his food, the rude boys snickered.
The group began snickering when _______________.
intense anger; rage *
Leo was filled with wrath when he heard that three older kids had bullied his little sister.
His wrath was worse than being burned alive.
I hope I never experience __________’s wrath because_________.