Vocabulary #3 – Etiquette and Behavior

brusque

cordial

dignity

hospitable

irksome

nicety

propriety

refined

suave

tact

Homework: finish your Vocabulary packet by Monday. Work and study for about 10 min. per night. DUE MONDAY – 9/9/13

VOCABULARY LESSON 3 HOMEWORK – scanned copy

Try using this Quizlet link for Vocab. #3

QUIZ – Wednesday 11/09/13

Find VIRL (Vocabulary In Real Life) for table points – you must be able to read the sentence it was used in you book

7 thoughts on “Vocabulary #3 – Etiquette and Behavior

  1. Book: Princess Diaries, Mia Goes Fourth
    Word: Irks
    Location: Page 11, paragraph 3, second-to-last word of paragraph
    “…nesting grounds of giant sea turtles who lay their eggs on Genovian beaches – irks me.”

  2. Blue Fluffy Unicorns
    Period 4

    Book title: Enna Burning
    Page Number: 167
    Sentence: Perhaps he had thought of that and wanted her to keep some dignity.

  3. Blue Fluffy Unicorns
    Period 4

    Book Title: Enna Burning
    Page Number: 168
    Sentence: She felt very little dignity just then with her face pressed to the ground.

  4. Blue Fluffy Unicorns
    Period 4

    Book Title: River Secrets
    Page Number: 50
    Sentence: The mystery behind Veran’s attacker had irked him in his sleep, and he had an inkling that the best and truest gossip trickled down the lowest kitchens.

  5. LARS
    Period 3

    SUAVE

    Book Title: Glee: Foreign Exchange
    Page: Back of book
    Sentence: In this hilarious culture-clash story, Kurt gets an entourage, Finn falls for a new girl, and Puck realizes that some suave moves are lost in translation.

  6. Deknerds
    Period 3

    Book Title: Tunnels
    Page Number: 47
    Sentence: Joe Carruthers, a veteran of the Second World War, had never lost his military bearing or his brusqueness.

  7. Deknerds
    Period 3

    Book Title: Tunnels
    Page number: 48
    Sentence: “Funny in what way?” Dr. Burrows asked, still irked by the intrusion.

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