WL 2 - Hutchinson

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Vocabulary Development: Women Leaders Unit 2
Anne Hutchinson
Nouns
braves
colony
faith/-s
minister/-s
Puritan/-s
quilting
Reverend
right
sermon/-s
sign
trial
views
ways
Verbs
admire/-d
banish/-ed
(could not) help
mention
nodded
preach/-ing
put forth
sentence/-d
settle
try/tried
try/tried
turn/-ed against
go/went on
Adjectives
in vain
lively
thoughtful
too hard on
Conjunctions
as well as
Women Leaders Unit 2
Anne Hutchinson
Sentence Practice
Directions: From the list on the previous page, fill in the blanks with the word that
has the same meaning as the underlined word(s) in the sentence. Pay attention to
the part-of-speech of the word.
1. A woman giving lectures about God?
(v. ____________________)
2. After hearing Anne, one man’s wife comes back very full of new ideas. (adj.
________________________________)
3. The women of Boston take their sewing and small pieces of material for making a soft
blanket. (n. ________________)
4. Mistress Hutchinson talks to them about the Sunday speeches in church. (n.
__________________________)
5. Members of a religion with very strict rules are not fair to people of other religious
beliefs. (n. _______________)
6. These people are not fair to people of other religious beliefs. (adj. phrase
__________________)
7. Members of a religion with very strict rules are not fair to people of other religious
beliefs. (n. _______________)
8. The man continued, “Yes, yes, and I think …..”
(v. ___________________________)
9.
She has other dangerous opinions. (n. __________________)
10. “How dare a woman suggest such ideas?” (v. ______________)
11. The preacher John Cotton should speak to Anne Hutchinson. (N.
___________________)
12. She was a small, very active woman who admired the preacher.
(adj. ______________)
13. Anne respected the preacher very much. (v. ______________)
14. Anne and her husband had left England to find a home in America.
(v. ______________)
15. “God has given me a special message.” (n. ______________)
16. Anne Hutchinson shook her head up and down for “Yes”.
(v. ______________)
17. “Only preachers can receive special messages from God.”
(n. ______________)
18. You must be judged by the court. (v. ______________)
OR
The court must judge you to decide if you are innocent of guilty.
(v. ______________)
19. Anne could not stop thinking for herself now.
(v. ______________)
20. Anne was brought to court to decide if she was innocent or guilty.
(n. ______________)
21. She attempted to prove that women in addition to men had the legal permission to
speak their thoughts. (v. ______________)
22. She attempted to prove that women in addition to men had the legal permission to
speak their thoughts.
(conj. ______________)
23. She attempted to prove that women in addition to men had the legal permission to
speak their thoughts. (n. ______________)
24. Preachers did not agree with her. (v. ______________)
25. They gave her a legal punishment. (They v.______________ her and she was
kicked out from the Massachusetts area where people lived.)
26. They gave her a legal punishment, and she was kicked out from the
Massachusetts area where people lived. (v. ______________)
27. They gave her a legal punishment, and she was kicked out from the
Massachusetts area where people lived. (n. ______________)
28. Some hot-tempered Indian fighters killed her and all her children but one. (n.
______________)
29. Her courage to say what she thought had not been without success. (adj.
______________)
30. The people of Boston made some changes in Puritan behaviors.
(n. ______________)
31. Some history books still tell about her. (v. ______________)
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