1st Period English 10
2nd Period English 10
3rd Period English 10
1st Period English 10/AL
2nd Period English 10/AL
3rd Period English 10/AL
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(I do not and will not respond to an email from email@example.com)
Please remember to bring in supplies for extra credit!!!
Earn 10 extra credit points!!
Bring in tissue boxes, hand sanitzer, copy paper, loose leaf paper, pencils, pens, dry erase markers, poster paper, markers, post it notes, 3 ring hole puncher, Crayola markers, crayons, or pencils, or sentence strips for the class. Every item bought can earn you points!!
(Or you can donate supplies just because you love your teacher!))
Puma words of the week:
18 gargantuan (gar·gan·tuan) adj. - giant, tremendous
Cleaning a teenager’s room can often be a gargantuan task.
19 heinous (hei·nous) adj. - shocking, wicked, terrible
Nobody could believe the heinous crime the baby-sitter had committed.
20 glower (glow·er) v. - to glare, stare angrily and intensely
The cranky waitress glowered at the indecisive customer.
21 exhume (ex·hume) v. - to remove from a grave; uncover a secret
The murder victim’s corpse was exhumed, but no new evidence was discovered and it was reburied the following day.
22 fracas (fra·cas) n. - noisy dispute
When the bandits discovered that the gambler was cheating them at cards, a violent fracas ensued.
25 gregarious (gre·gar·i·ous) adj. - outgoing, sociable
Timmesha was so gregarious that when she found herself alone she felt quite sad.
26 hyperbole (hy·per·bo·le) n. - purposeful exaggeration for effect
When the mayor claimed his town was one of the Seven Wonders of the World, outsiders classified his statement as hyperbole.
27 expurgate (ex·pur·gate) v. - to censor
Government propagandists expurgated all negative references to the dictator from the film.