Henry brooks adams 18381918 american novelist and

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Unformatted text preview: rd you don’t know, instead of feeling frustrated or choosing to skip over the new word, use your meaning-fromcontext skills to figure out what the word means. You’ll be pleased to find that often, you can teach yourself a new word just that easily! Lesson 3 Words You Should Now Know advocate component context controversial decipher enigma explicit futile implement italicize perceive predominant u s e a w o r d ’s c o n t e x t t o f i g u r e o u t i t s m e a n i n g 33 Extra Word(s) You Learned in This Lesson _______________________________________ _______________________________________ _______________________________________ _______________________________________ L E S S O N 4 create meaning from connotations No one means all he says, and yet very few say all they mean, for words are slippery and thought is viscous. —HENRY BROOKS ADAMS (1838–1918) AMERICAN NOVELIST AND HISTORIAN This lesson will help you become more aware of how one word can convey several meanings. Becoming sensitive to the implied meaning of new vocabulary words will help you build your word powe...
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