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  1. A new topic introduced in chapter 1 of Book III is torture. • What is the theme being developed about this topic? • In what ways is Orwell communicating this idea? (Examples.) • Do you agree with this idea? Warm-up

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  3. (n.) = something that deviates from what is standard, normal, or expected • An – not • Homo – same • Y – result of Divorce is no longer an anomaly among England’s royal family. Anomaly

  4. (v.) – to make insistent demands or complaints; to exclaim insistently and noisily; a loud outcry; (n.) a vehement expression of discontent or protest • Clam – shout, cry out • Or – action of The miners clamored for higher pay and better working conditions. Clamor

  5. (adj.) = likely but not certain to occur; dependent upon conditions not yet established; n.) a small group sent to join a larger group • Con – together, with • Ting – touch • Ent – full of My purchasing a new car is contingent upon my selling the one I have currently. Contingent

  6. (adj.) – greatly pleasing to taste; (n.) something delightful or delicious • De – from • Lect – choose, please • Able – capable of The aromas wafting from the kitchen assured us that dinner would be delectable. Delectable

  7. (adj.)= possessing or showing great skill in creating or devising; original and imaginative in design, construction, execution • In – in • Gen – start, origin • Ious – full of The ingenious person who came up with the idea of Post-it notes is now a multimillionaire. Ingenious

  8. (adj.) – never to be broken, infringed, or dishonored • in – not • Violare – violate • Able – capable of The vows of priesthood are inviolable; the decision to take them requires careful thought. Inviolable

  9. (v.) – to darken, to render obscure, unclear, or unintelligible, to confuse • Ob - against • Fusc – darken • Are – cause, make The judge must not allow her emotions to obfuscate her responsibility to be impartial. Obfuscate

  10. (n.) – that which precedes, indicates, or announces someone or something to come; one that precedes another • Pre – before • Curs – run • Or – that which A negative attitude is often a precursor to defeat in almost any new challenge. Precursor

  11. (adj.) – eager to fight, argue, or quarrel; having a quarrelsome disposition • Pugn - fight • Acious – inclined to The pugnacious man who had alienated his neighbors was not invited to the picnic. Pugnacious

  12. (adj.) – deserving of criticism, rebuke, blame, or disproval • Re – back, again • Prehens – grasp • Ible – capable of The fans protested the referee’s reprehensible call by shouting at him throughout the game. Reprehensible