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  1. English 4 Dictionary Skills

  2. Dictionary Skills: Example • Example: 1. 2 • 2. 4 • 3. 3 • 4. 1 5. 5 • Baby • Rag • Fire • Apple • Tree

  3. Dictionary Skills: Example Example: Words firm forest fable Guide Words fable farmer/flyer forest

  4. Alphabetizing 4. judge 2. gentle 3. regret 5. perform 3. ghostly 1.recognize 3. employ 5. goose 5. repulse 1. annoy 1. gag 2. reflect 2. direct 4. gnarl 4. religious

  5. Alphabetizing 1. brace 4. realize 4. brand 3. protect 5. brash 1. master 3. brake 5. recede 2. brad 2. matron

  6. Alphabetizing with Guide Words • Example: firm, forest, fable • gizzard • rainfall • fever • Nile • hectic farmer/flyer • give/glass • rail/ram • festive/fire • moon/Norway • heater/heel

  7. Pronunciation, Form, and Meaning hip”.po.pot’.a.mus n. a large African herbivorous pachydermatous mammal that frequents rivers and lakes ________________________________________ hippopotamus <-> Literally, river horse, from Greek hippos, horse, and potamos, river ________________________________________

  8. Pronunciation, Form, and Meaning his”.tri.on’.ic (his”. tre. on’. ik) adj. 1, pertaining to actors or acting. 2, pretended; artificial; affected. broth’.er-in-law” n. (pl. brothers-) 1, the brother of one’s spouse. 2, the husband of one’s sister.

  9. Pronunciation, Form, and Meaning hitv.t. & i. (hit, hit.ting) 1, deal a blow to; strike; collide with. 2, reach, as with a missile. 3, move by a stroke. 4, assail in speech. 5, meet with; find; (with on)discover. 6, agree with; suit. 7, (Slang) kill. 8, (Slang) burglarize.—n. 1, a blow, impact, or collision. 2, (Baseball) a safely batted ball. 3, (Informal) a successful performance or enterprise. 4, a dose of a narcotic drug. 5, (Slang) a killing, especially one carried out by professional assassins. 6, (Computers) a successful match in data retrieval.—hitter , n. –hit-and-run, adj.

  10. Test 3 Dictionary respelling and accent marks Hippopotamus • 5 • 3 • 1 • Pin • Label • Label Histrionic • 4 • 3 • 2 • sit

  11. Test 4 Meaning and Form • C. • A • Brother-in-laws? Brothers-in-law? • Reread the sentence or paragraph to see which meaning fits best. • True • Brothers-in-law

  12. Test 4 continued • 2 • hit • There are two parts of speech only for “hit” n = noun v = verb “hit” is a very irregular verb: hit, hits = present hit = past

  13. Test 5 word origins • B • <-> [ ] < • Before or after the definition of the word • Any one of the three symbols can be used to mean “word origins”

  14. Test 5 continued 3. Ch. Port. • Abbreviation Index • Slang • Chinese Portuguese 4. These labels are abbreviations, so one looks for a table or index of abbreviations to find the meaning.

  15. Dictionary Skills II • name • clique • krater • dew • shading • nail/nape • civil/come • knight/labiate • devil/different • sequoia/sidehill

  16. Dictionary Skills II • Plu.toc’.ra.cy • Plu”.per’.fect • The.at’.ri.cal • (the.at’.ri.kal) • thin, then • Phe.nom’.e.non (fi.nom’.a.non) n. [pl.-na] Plu.to’.ni.um (ploo.to’.ne.am) n. a radio-active chemical element, no. 94, symbol Pu.

  17. Dicti0nnary Skills II Test 3 Plutocracy • 4 • 2 (toc) • Not • Label • Tool Test 3 Pluperfect • 3 • 2 (per) • 1 (plu) • Her Theatrical • thin

  18. Dictionary Skills II Test 4 • B (Reread the sentence of paragraph….) • A (True) • Phenomena • B (noun) • n. Test 5 • C (before or after the definition) • <-> • Latin Greek • Abbreviation Index • Slang