Week of January 23rd - 27th
1. A. Appease (Verb) - Being satisfied.
B. My brother was appease because my mother brought cupcakes home.
C. Someone bringing you what you wanted.
2. A. Reciprocal (Adjective) - Done in return.
B. When my mom helps me, I was reciprocal to her.
C. Helping in return.
3. A. Tedious (Adjective) - Too long, slow, or dull.
B. Even though Pepperidge Farm pays a good amount of money, it's tedious.
C. Time going by really slow.
4. A. Waver (Verb) - Unsteady, unreliable.
B. Some people are reliable, but others are waver.
C. Not reling on someone.
5. A. Adversity (Noun) - Difficulties.
B. Even though there was adversity between them, they agreed.
C. Having difficulties
Week of January 30th - February 3rd
6. A. Resolution (Noun) - the action of solving a problem, dispute, or contentious matter.
B. Even though they were best friends, they had to find a resolution to solve their problem.
C. Arguing with friends.
7. A. Conventional (Adjective) - based on or in accordance with what is generally done or believed.
B. Even though we are conventional towards school, we have to show up everyday.
C. Not wanting to do something.
8. A. Mediate (Verb) - intervene between people in a dispute in order to bring about an agreement or reconciliation.
B. I had to mediate my neighbors, so they would stop arguing.
C. Coming to an agreement.
9. A. Ensue (Verb) - As a result.
B. When I threw my phone, it shattered the screen as an ensue.
C. Cause and effect.