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Unit 6 Vocabulary. Establish, v. Create, set something up to use Establishes/ established/ establishing, establishment(n) Hamilton High School was established in 1999. Generation, n. A group of people who are born and live around the same time Generations

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establish v
Establish, v.
  • Create, set something up to use
  • Establishes/ established/ establishing, establishment(n)
  • Hamilton High School was established in 1999.
generation n
Generation, n.
  • A group of people who are born and live around the same time
  • Generations
  • My generation grew up during the 80’s.
judgment n
Judgment, n.
  • Ability to use what you know to make a decision, evaluation
  • To judge/judges/judged/judging, judge(n)
  • My mom’s final judgment was that I couldn’t go out with my friends.
mature adj
Mature, adj.
  • Someone who acts grown up
  • Maturely (adv), to mature/matures/matured/maturing, immature
  • The mature teenager chose not to stay out past curfew.
participate v
Participate, v.
  • To take part, share, to do
  • Participates/ participated/ participating, participant (n), participation
  • It is important for students to participate in class.
politics n
Politics, n.
  • The government and what people think about it
  • Political
  • It is not good to talk about politics on a first date.
qualified adj
Qualified, adj.
  • Well trained or prepared for a job, skilled, or experienced
  • To qualify/qualifies/ qualified/qualifying, unqualified
  • I want a qualified dentist to fix my teeth.
vote v
Vote, v.
  • To make a choice in an election
  • Votes/voted/voting, vote (n)
  • I voted for Obama for President last November.
accountable adj
Accountable, adj.
  • Responsible for something
  • Accountably, to account/ accounts/accounted/ accounting
  • I am accountable for helping my students learn English.
authority n
Authority, n
  • Power over others, control
  • Authorities, authorize, authoritarian
  • The principal has the authority to expel students from the school.
discrimination n
Discrimination, n.
  • Treating people unfairly because of how they look or believe in
  • To discriminate/ discriminates/ discriminated/ discriminating, discriminately
  • Discrimination should never be acceptable in the classroom.
impose v
Impose, v.
  • Setting rules, establishing rules and regulations
  • To impose/imposes/ imposed/ imposing, imposer
  • Teachers need to impose rules in their classroom to help with teaching.
neglect n
Neglect, n.
  • To ignore, lack of care and attention
  • To neglect/neglects/ neglected/ neglecting
  • Brain cells will die from neglect if you never use them!
prohibit v
Prohibit, v.
  • To keep people from doing something, prevent, not allow
  • Prohibits/ prohibited/ prohibiting, prohibitory, prohibition
  • A dress code prohibits students from wearing inappropriate clothing to school.
restriction n
Restriction, n.
  • Something that limits activity
  • Restrictions, to restrict/ restricts/ restricted/ restricting
  • Teenagers should have restrictions on how late they can stay out at night.
violate v
Violate, v.
  • To break, go against or ruin
  • Violates/ violated/ violating, violation
  • If you violate the school rules you will be expelled.
afford v
Afford, v.
  • To have enough money
  • Affords/afforded, affording, affordable, affordably
  • In order to afford a new phone, I saved for 2 months.
dropout n
Dropout, n.
  • Someone who leaves/ quits school before graduating
  • Drop out (v)
  • If you are a dropout, it will be very difficult to find a good paying job.
experience n
Experience, n.
  • Something you have done or skills you have practiced
  • Experiences, Experience (verb), experienced (adj.)
  • Experience is important if you want to make more money in a career.
income n
Income, n.
  • The money you earn, salary
  • If you don’t have a job or work, you don’t have an income.
  • An income is important if you want to be independent!
independent adj
Independent, adj.
  • To be on your own, not dependent
  • Independently(adv), dependent, independence (n)
  • When I got my first teaching job I was independent from my parents completely.
position n
Position, n.
  • A specific job, role
  • Positions
  • What position do you want for your future career?
reality n
Reality, n.
  • Everything that is real or factual, opposite of fantasy
  • Realities, to realize (v)
  • It is important for high school seniors to face reality after graduation.
reckless adj
Reckless, adj.
  • To take foolish risks, careless
  • Recklessly (adv.)
  • Dropping out of school is reckless, because your future will now become more difficult.