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Vocabulary Definition List Section 4 persuasive: tending or having the power to persuade scornful: to feel contempt or disdain toward a person or...

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Vocabulary Definition List Section 4 persuasive: tending or having the power to persuade scornful: to feel contempt or disdain toward a person or object considered despicable or unworthy dignity: the quality or state of being worthy of esteem or respect Section 5 crouched: pressed the entire body close to the ground with the limbs bent sorrow: mental suffering or pain caused by injury, loss, or despair viciously: characterized by violent or destructive behavior sniveled: sniffled gradually: advancing or progressing by regular or continuous degrees Section 6 scudded: to run or skim along swiftly and easily Directions: Fill in the blank with the correct vocabulary word from the word blank. persuasive scornful dignity crouched sorrow viciously sniveled gradually scudded 1. Even though I didn’t have the best grade at the beginning of the year, it has ___________________________ become a better grade throughout the quarter. 2. The cat ____________________ in the window watching the squirrel closely. 3. My mom gave me a _____________________ look when I punched my brother 4. The deer ________________________ through the woods with ease. 5. I can be ____________________ with my parents when I really want something. 6. The little boy _____________________ in the corner when he received a time out. 7. Tom had so much _______________________ when we had to put his dog to sleep. 8. I kept my _______________________ when I picked myself up from the humiliating trip up the stairs. 9. The little boy was ____________________ attacked by a rabid dog.
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Section 4 - Directions: Answer these questions in complete sentences. 1. Curley’s wife is lonely because she’s a woman. Candy is lonely because of his age. Why is Crooks lonely? 2. Why does Lennie wander into Crooks room? 3. Why is Crooks rude to Lennie? 4. What is Crooks’ initial evaluation of Lennie? 5. How does Crooks taunt Lennie? 6. Why does Crooks relent in his taunting of Lennie? 7. What does Curley’s wife suspect about Curley’s injury? 8. What is Curley’s wife’s reaction to the dream of the farm with the rabbits? 9. How does the promise of the farm embolden Candy and Crooks? 10. Why does Crooks abandon the dream of the farm?
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