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Unformatted text preview: Week 14 Vocabulary Week 1. Objectives: Help us become more sophisticated Help readers…so we understand fluently what we read. we 2. Help us understand words in context, to Help help us understand words we don’t currently know. currently 3. Help us become more sophisticated Help writers, so we use a mature vocabulary and sound like adults in our word choices. and This week’s SAT Vocabulary Words Words Using the information provided, please write down Using the definitions and parts of the speech for each of the provided SAT vocabulary words. of Then, write a meaningful sentence with context Then, clues that show me you understand the meaning of each word. of Underline the word within the sentence. SAT Vocabulary - Lesson Eleven SAT epistle n. a letter or literary composition in letter form form avid adj. enthusiastic; extremely interested gadfly n. an irritating and persistent person n. humility n. absence of vanity; humbleness n. SAT Vocabulary - Lesson Eleven SAT dolorous adj. exhibiting sorrow or pain gargantuan adj. of huge or extraordinary size of and power and arduous adj. difficult; requiring much effort adj. affable adj. friendly; agreeable; easy to talk to adj. SAT Vocabulary - Lesson Eleven SAT grandiloquent adj. pompous or high-flown in speech speech agrarian adj. concerning farms, farmers, or the concerning use of land use grimace n. a facial expression of fear, facial disapproval, or pain disapproval, harangue n. a llong, strongly expressed speech ong, or lecture or SAT Vocabulary - Lesson Eleven SAT formidable adj. arousing fear or awe sycophant n. a flatterer; one who fawns flatterer; on others in order to gain favor on explicit adj. clearly and openly stated; clearly leaving nothing to the imagination leaving ...
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This note was uploaded on 11/14/2011 for the course MATH 201 taught by Professor Doolittle during the Spring '11 term at Hawaii.

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