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Vocabulary for “The Most Dangerous Game”. Spell each word as it is called out —listen carefully!. Check your spelling: cross out misspelled words and write in the correct spelling for each word . Imperative Palpable Discern Affable Zealous.

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check your spelling cross out misspelled words and write in the correct spelling for each word
Check your spelling: cross out misspelled words and write in the correct spelling for each word.
  • Imperative
  • Palpable
  • Discern
  • Affable
  • Zealous
copy the part of speech and definition for each of the words
Copy the part of speech and definition for each of the words
  • Imperative  adj  absolutely necessary
  • Palpable  adj capable of being touched or felt
  • Discern  verb  to detect or recognize
  • Affable  adj  courteous and agreeable
  • Zealous  adj  very eager, enthusiastic
your bellringer assignment
Your Bellringer Assignment:
  • Write a short paragraph using 2-3 of the vocabulary words.
  • The topic of the paragraph is “movies and television.”
  • Your paragraph should sound informal—like it is part of a conversation.