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  1. To Kill a Mockingbird Vocabulary Chapters 1-4

  2. Example Sentences- Day 1 • 1- Sometimes people will do good deeds to assuage the guilt they feel for something they have done wrong. • 2- Joshua trees are protected by the state because they are indigenous trees that are considered endangered. • 3- Every Disney movie has a malevolent character starring as the antagonist. • 4- Laundry that just came out of the dryer is great to wear because it is unsullied and smells good! • 5- Your teenage years will probably be full of moments of mortification, but don’t worry…it gets better!!!

  3. Example Sentences-Day 2 • 6- Priests are known for their piety. • 7- In “Midsummer Night’s Dream”, Puck causes all sorts of vexations for the other characters. • 8- Pigs can often be found wallowing in the mud. • 9- The abominable snowman can be seen when riding the Matterhorn at Disneyland. • 10- When coming to high school, it helps to meet some amiable people. • 11- Hopefully you will get some auspicious news when you apply to college in a few years.

  4. Sentence Examples-Day 3 • 12- Many athletes will talk expansively about their talents, but the best athletes show how good they are by how they perform. • 13- Teenage boys can, at times, be considered fractious, but usually they are just trying to see what they can get away with. • 14- Hawaii is the epitome of tranquility. • 15- Many pilgrims came to America to escape tyranny in Great Britain. • 16- It is important to persevere through difficult times; it builds character.