Vocabulary Study Handout Wordly Wise Lesson 4 While Watching the Video: 1) Highlight the part of speech. 2) Fill out the synonyms and antonyms section. 3) Fill in all brain clues. Make your own or use the videos. 4) Mark any words you still do not fully understand. Ask me questions as I am available and write the answers into usage notes. Word Part of Speech and Definition Abhor v. To shrink from in disgust; to detest; to hate Affable Amiss Despondent Entreat adj. Pleasant; approachable; gracious.(n.) Friendliness of manner. adj. In a wrong or imperfect way. Out of order; wrong adj. Depressed from loss of hope or confidence; utterly discouraged. v. To ask earnestly; to beg. Synonym and Antonym S: A: S: A: S: A: S: A: S: A: Your Memorizing Brain Clue Usage Notes Vocabulary Study Handout Wordly Wise Lesson 4 Haunt Impel Interminable Irascible Profound Recluse Reverberate v. 1. To stay in one's mind continually. 2. To visit frequently. 3. To appear in the form of a ghost. v. 1.To drive or to propel. 2. To urge or drive by force or moral pressure. adj. Endless; seeming to be without end. adj. Quicktempered; irritable. adj. 1. Intense; deeply felt. 2. Having understanding or knowledge that goes beneath the surface, beyond the obvious (wise) n. A person who lives apart from society and often alone. v. To be repeated as in a series of echoes or vibrations. S: A: S: A: S: A: S: A: S: A: S: A: S: A: Vocabulary Study Handout Wordly Wise Lesson 4 Sage Tirade adj. Having wisdom and good judgment. (n) 1. A person known for wisdom and good judgment. (2) An aromatic grayishgreen plant used in cooking. n. A long, angry speech S: A: S: A: Tremulous adj. 1. Marked by trembling or shaking. 2. Timid or fearful. S: A: After Watching the Video 1) Complete Wordly Wise lesson E. Read the passage CLOSELY. (Mark it up to show your conclusions and questions.) Then follow the directions and answer the questions. *Notice how the new words are USED in sentences. 2) Write sentences for the new words either in your blue spiral OR on Evernote. *Make sure that you clearly show the meaning of the words, underline the vocabulary words, and follow the sentence pattern directions for this lesson. 3) When you are finished, make sure I check your sentences and sign your goal sheet for completion.