Vocabulary Practice
The speech makes a _______ to a play
written by William Shakespeare.
A. annoyed
B. reference
C. circular
D. prospectors
reference – noun – a
statement that
calls or directs
attention to
something
The referee’s arm made a _______
motion as he blew the whistle.
A.
B.
C.
D.
reference
circular
prospectors
outstretched
circular – adjective –
having or making
the shape of a
circle
California was full of _______ during
the Gold Rush of 1849.
A.
B.
C.
D.
prospectors
outstretched
disappointment
glinted
prospectors – plural
noun – people
who explore an
area for minerals,
such as gold
His ________ palm held the quarter I
have dropped.
A. outstretched
B. disappointment
C. glinted
D. annoyed
outstretched –
adjective stretched out,
extended
Losing the match was a ________, but
I still like tennis.
A.
B.
C.
D.
circular
prospectors
outstretched
disappointment
disappointment –
noun – a feeling of
being disappointed
or let down.
Rays of sunshine _______ on the water.
A. disappointment
B. glinted
C. annoyed
D. reference
glinted – verb –
sparkled or
flashed.
Kevin looked ______ when his little
sister came out to join the game.
A. glinted
B. annoyed
C. reference
D. circular
annoyed – adjective
– bothered or
disturbed
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