Vocabulary Week of October 24- October 28
1. A. Naive (adj) showing lack of experience
B. The little boy was very naive, but he was still smart.
C. Children are naive.
2. A. Niche () to find your place or destiny
B. I have finally found my niche, but i'm not sure i quite like it.
C. preachers or pastors have found their niche
3. A. Obliterate (verb) destroy utterly
B. My coach told me to obliterate the other team, but i couldn't.
C. Bombs can obliterate houses.
4. A. Gratify (verb) give pleasure or satisfaction
5. A. Infinite (adj) endless
B. The amount of numbers is endless, and i can prove it.
C. the number system.
Vocabulary Week of September - September
coefficient,multiplicative inverse,identity,null set,properties
6.A.Coefficient (noun) - a numerical or constant quantity placed before and multiplying the variable in an algebraic expression
B. Mrs. Turner asked me what the Coefficient, but I didn't know what the answer was
C. Math involves a coefficient
7.A.Multiplicative Inverse () - a number which when multiplied by x yields the multiplicative identity
B. Skylar was defining Multiplicative Inverse during class, because got in trouble.
8.A.Identity (verb) - establish or indicate who or what (someone or something) is
B. I will have to identify the preposition in the sentence, but I was never taught about it.
C. Math property
9.A.Null Set (noun) - The set that does not contain anything.
B. The equation was a null set, but I don't care.
10.A.Properties (noun) - There are four mathematical properties which involve addition
Vocabulary week of September - September
11. A Embody (verb) be an expression of or give a tangible or visible form to (an idea, quality, or feeling).
B. I will embody you in a dream that I had, and I think you will like it.
C. Explaining something in great detail
12. A. Exasperate (verb) irritate intensely; infuriate.
B. I didn't could exasperate someone until Shawn yelled at me, and then walked away.
C. Children who ask a lot of questions
13. A. Fiasco (noun) a thing that is a complete failure
B. I was going to have a party with Bradley, but no one showed up and it was a huge fiasco.
C. Bad party
14. A. Garnish (verb) decorate or embellish
B. Jamie told Emma that she would garnish her diary, but it would cost her $10.
C. Adding sparkles to a diary or book
15. A. Heritage (noun) property that is or may be inherited
B. My dad told that in my Heritage I would receive a watch, but I could use it.
C. Getting items when grandparents or parents pass away.
Vocabulary Week of Nov. 29 - Dec. 6
Plate, Ring of Fire, Pangea, Fault, Isostatic rebound
16.A.Plate (noun) - Plates make of the thin layer of Earths crust
B. When I found out we lived on the American plate and that it moved which made me so confused
C. We live on the American plate
17.A.Ring of Fire (noun) - Ring of volcanoes located around the paciffic ocean.
B. Johnny Cash once wrote a song called ring of fire, but it is not the same thing,
C. Johnny Cash Song
18.A.Pangea () - Land mass when all continents were conected
B. Pangea was very large, but no longer exists.
C. One land mass
19.A.Fault () - Crack through an entire plate
B. Earthquakes form at faults, and are very dangerous.
C. San Andreas Fault
20.A.Isostatic Rebound () - when the ground rises up from the weight of glaciers causing an EQ
B. Isostatic rebound causes Ohio's earthquakes, but they are not very powerful.
C. Ohio, Ice Age Glaciers.
Vocabulary Week of Dec.11 - Dec.16
sympathy, empathy, apathy, connotation, denotation