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These words are in alphabetical order. There will hopefully be 3000 of them. Collect all sets.
There are thirty talking vocabulary pictures. Review them.
This This is the second thousand. This is the second thousand Enjoy UK.
2-3 means second thousand 3rd set of 30 words. I hope you’d collect them all. There are stories made from them too.
BIG PICTURES WITH SOUND
These slides are to familiarize you with the sound of the word and the ideas it communicates. Only a picture can effectively do this. Later I hope to write sentences. Review this work as it will help me develop later material.
I am happy to b able to present these pictures. Review them.
These are free domain pictures I collected to illustrate vocabulary words such as flippant. I intend it to be used as a slide show. It has sound. Pictures can start a small discussion of the word and its meaning, helping learning. This is the second group of one thousand words the sixth set of thirty words!
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100 NICE VOCABULARY PICTURES WITH DEFINITIONS. GOOD FOR SLIDE SHOWS! THOSE OF YOU AROUND THE WORLD: REVIEW MY WORK. IT MAKES A BIG DIFFERENCE.
More talking pictures.
Another 30 talking vocabulary pictures. Review it and tell a friend.
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VOCABULARY CHALLENGE 119 THE WHEEL OF FORTUNE Can you make a story with these 10 random words: ERRONEOUS false POTENTATE important person LASSITUDE weariness NARCISSISM self-love JAUNT pleasure trip EVADE elude GYRATE spin ABERRANT abnormal INDIGENT poor THWART hinder The narcissistic potentate of the Wheel of Fortune, never shows lassitude though that may be an erroneous facade. The rich and indigent gyrate the wheel, trying to evade the bankrupt spot. It is aberrant for someone not to win a jaunt to some exotic place. Some people are thwarted by their inability to solve the puzzle. The egotistical big shot of the Wheel of Fortune, never shows weariness though that may be a false front. The rich and poor spin the wheel, trying to stay away from the bankrupt spot. It is unusual for someone not to win a trip to some exotic place. Some people are foiled by their inability to solve the puzzle. Please review this work. Thanks.
VOCABULARY CHALLENGE 118 THE REFORMATION Can you make a story with these 10 random words: IDOL WORSHIP STATUE ARTIFICE CUNNING DETAIN DELAY GAUDY TOO SHOWY REPARATION COMPENSATION IMBUE FILL WITH REPERTOIRE SKILL SET FRENETIC FRENZIED BABBLE TALK FOOLISHLY UTTER SAY The churches before the Reformation were imbued with gaudy idols made by the artifice of man. The Latin of the masses uttered looked like so much babble. The reformers were frenetic. They detained priests and smashed and ruined. Later reparations were paid and the repertoirs needed to restore the churches were relearned. The churches before the Reformation were filled with showy revered statues made by the skill of man. The Latin of the masses spoken looked like so much nonsense. The reformers were wild. They arrested priests and smashed and ruined. Later repayments were paid and the skill sets needed to restore the churches were relearned. Please review this work. Thanks.
VOCABULARY CHALLENGE 113 NICE LOOKING PEOPLE Can you make a story with these 10 random words: TEMPORAL short lived/worldy LACERATED cut TELEGENIC good looking in pictures LETHARGY lacking energy FURTIVE secretive DISCREET prudent BIOPSY tissue exam FULMINATE criticize IMPOSITION inconvenience INCESSANT nonstop Being telegenic is temporal. There are incessant things to make a person ugly and lethargic: You can fulminate over impositions giving you frown lines. You can be lacerated by glass. It is all enough to make former stars furtive and discreet. Many need biopsies for cancer. Being good looking for pictures is short-lived. There are ceaseless things to make a person ugly and sluggish: You can fume over inconveniences giving you frown lines. You can be cut by glass. It is all enough to make former stars secretive and prudent. Many need tissue studies for cancer. Please review this work. Thanks.
VOCABULARY CHALLENGE 112 KNIGHTS Can you make a story with these 10 random words: SWAGGER STRUT IMPLORE BEG TAILOR SHAPE UNWIELDY DIFFICULT TO HANDLE MIEN BEARING PASSE OUT OF DATE ANTITHESIS THE OPPOSITE PANACHE DASH SYNONYM SAME MEANING WORD RECTIFY SET RIGHT A knight in unwieldy armor tailored for him is passe. These soldiers swaggered with a panache and noble mien. They swore to rectify wrongs and get bad people to implore for peace. They were the antithesis of evil. Samurai is an oriental synonym for knight. A knight in bulky armor shaped to him is out of date. These soldiers strutted with dash and noble bearing. They swore to right wrongs and get bad people to beg for peace. They were the opposite of evil. Samurai is an oriental name for knight. Please review this work. Thanks.
VOCABULARY CHALLENGE 114 TRUE PROTESTERS Can you make a story with these 10 random words: ORDNANCE LAW DISPROPORTIONATE TOO MUCH FELICITY HAPPINESS WELL-FOUNDED BASED ON SOLID EVIDENCE DURABLE LONG LASTING GAUDY TOO SHOWY ENCLAVE ISLAND CHARY CAUTIOUS INJUNCTION COURT ORDER DEFILE TO CORRUPT There is an enclave of protesters chary not to get defiled by the disproportionate number of gaudy but unserious protesters out there. They have a well-founded durable movement, seeking injunctions against real problems. They celebrate with great felicity if an ordinance they sponsor passes. There is a separate group of protesters careful not to get dirtied by the overwhelming number of showy but unserious protesters out there. They have a true lasting movement, seeking court orders against real problems. They celebrate with great joy if a law they support passes. Please review this work. Thanks.
VOCABULARY CHALLENGE 115 THE INCANDESCENT LIGHT Can you make a story with these 10 random words: DIVULGE REVEAL QUOTIDIAN ORDINARY PRESAGE PROPHESIZE ABSCOND LEAVE SECRETLY CURTAIL CUT SHORT INCANDESCENT GIVING OFF LIGHT JUDICIOUS SHOWING SOUND JUDGMENT CONFEDERATE ALLY CONSUMMATE SKILLED COHERENT MAKING SENSE Many people presaged an incandescent light bulb but it took the judicious Thomas Edison to produce a practical one. He confederated himself with workers of consummate skill. Their quotidian task was the testing of materials for filaments. They worked on separate parts of the project, so their knowledge would curtail there. This was so that one person would not have an over-all coherent knowledge that he might abscond with an divulge to a competitor. Many people predicted a glowing light bulb but it took the wise Thomas Edison to produce a practical one. He joined himself with workers of unsurpassed skill. Their daily task was the testing of materials for filaments. They worked on separate parts of the project, so their knowledge would stop there. This was so that one person would not have an over-all complete knowledge that he might sneak away with an reveal to a competitor. Please review this work. Thanks.