Vocab Week of January 23 - 28
appease,reciprocal, tedious, waver, adversity
1. A. Appease - (verb) Satisfy
B. I will try to appease my parents, and do my own things also.
C. Giving some one a glass of milk with cookies
2. A. Reciprocal (adj) Return a favor
B. The reciprocal for my neighbor was very good, because I payed him $100.
C. Returning a favor for someone
3. A. Tedious (adj) dull or slow
B. While at my house it can be very Tedious, when my brother tells us stories.
C. Mr. Sturzinger's class
4. A. Waver (verb) Undecided
B. When I am deciding between tacos or chicken nuggets I waver, until someone helps me decide
C. Deciding between to cars or two houses
5. A. Adversity (noun) Difficulties
B. Throughout the day I run into an adversity at least once, but I always find a way to overcome it.
C. Losing luggage at an airport
Vocabulary week of January 30 - Feb. 3
resolution, conventional, mediate, ensue
6. A. Resolution (noun) - solving a problem
B. While Alex and Ben were fighting over who answered the question correctly I was trying to find a resolution.
C. Solving an argument
7. A. Conventional (adj.) - Normal behavior
B. They said that her mind was conventional, but I didn't understand
C. A convention or a persons mind
8. A. Mediate (verb) - Come between people to find a resolution to an argument
B. Skylar tries to mediate, but never has any luck with solving the problem.
C. getting in the middle of an argument
9. A. Ensue (verb) - Result
B. I can just ensue hat will happen, after my friend sneaks out of his house.
C. The result in a fight