2 Display 1.2 ACTIVITY E: Underlining Vowels in Words 1 path way waist main land 2 main tain mid day rap id 3 flash back hay stack milk man 4 rail way cab in claim 5 pig tail mid way mad man
3 Display 1.3 ACTIVITY H: Circling Prefixes and Suffixes 1 mis fit dash ab stract 2 main sail mis play ad dict 3 mis hap dis band dis claim 4 mis lay mint dis tract 5 ad mit dis play mis cast 6 aim ab stain dis may 7 dis tant mis print back spin
5 Display 1.5 distract (verb) explanation If someone or something distracts you, they take your attention away from what you are doing. Synonym - disturb
6 Display 1.6 distract examples A loud noise could distract the horses. A moving flag could distract the horses. The horses might even distract each other.
7 Display 1.7 distract check for understanding What might distract one of the riders? Begin by saying: One thing that might distract one of the riders is...
8 Display 1.8 distract word family distract verb distracting adjective distraction noun When you study, hearing loud music may distract you. Listening to the lyrics can be especially distracting. You may want to remove this distraction by turning off the music so you can concentrate.
9 Display 1.9 admit (verb) explanation If you admit that something bad or embarrassing is true, you agree, often unwillingly, that it is true. Synonym - confess Antonym - deny
10 Display 1.10 admit example Ms. Li had to admit that the soup didn t taste good. She needed to add more spices to make it tasty.
11 Display 1.11 admit check for understanding What was Camila afraid to admit to her mother? Begin by saying: Camila was afraid to admit to her mother that...
12 Display 1.12 admit word family admit verb admitted verb admitting verb During the trial, the defendant decided to admit that he had stolen the car. He admitted the crime to the judge. After admitting his crime, the defendant was sentenced to less time in jail.
13 Display 2.1 ACTIVITY E: Underlining Vowels in Words 1 au dit can did fault 2 cause cap tain waist band 3 tim id main stay vault 4 fraud strain vic tim 5 val id gaunt grand stand
14 Display 2.2 ACTIVITY H: Circling Prefixes and Suffixes 1 in sist com mit im print 2 camp in laid con sist 3 con trast in hab it dim 4 con vict in stant im plant 5 com plain im pact cash 6 dis tinct com mand mis laid 7 can vas im pair in fant
16 Display 2.4 contrast (verb) explanation If you contrast one thing with another, you show or tell about the differences between the two things. Synonym - tell apart
17 Display 2.5 contrast examples When you contrast these pictures, you tell about the differences. When you contrast the two sisters, you point out the differences in their features so that someone can tell them apart.
18 Display 2.6 contrast check for understanding When you contrast these two photos, what are some of the differences you notice? Begin by saying: When I contrast these two photos, some of the differences I notice include...
19 Display 2.7 distinct (adjective) explanation If something is distinct, you can hear, see, or taste it clearly. Synonym - clear Antonyms - unclear, blurred
20 Display 2.8 distinct examples We can clearly see the people in this photo. Their images are distinct. If we could clearly hear the people talking, their words would be distinct.
21 Display 2.9 distinct check for understanding Do you think this strawberry s seeds are distinct? Begin by saying: I think the seeds are distinct because... or I think the seeds are not distinct because...
22 Display 3.1 ACTIVITY E: Underlining Vowels in Words 1 cur tail birth day turn 2 au to as tro naut ran dom * * 3 launch ver dict vi ta min * 4 black bird tur ban whirl wind 5 pat tern serv er taunt
23 Display 3.2 ACTIVITY H: Circling Prefixes and Suffixes 1 pre fer re strict com plaint 2 pro hibit be tray de fraud 3 de tail in sert cotton 4 re claim de cay dis turb 5 pre pay con firm re strain 6 be yond dis trict pro claim 7 ab surd prison pre plan
25 betray(verb) explanation Display 3.4 If you betray someone who trusts you, you do something that hurts or disappoints that person. Synonym - to be disloyal to Antonym - to be loyal to
26 Display 3.5 betray example There are many ways a friend might betray you. A friend might betray you by sharing a secret, breaking a promise, or destroying something that was important to you.
27 Display 3.6 betray check for understanding These boys are best friends. How might a person betray his or her best friend? Begin by saying: A person might betray his or her best friend by...
28 Display 3.7 betray word family betrayed verb betrayal noun betrayer noun betraying verb Has a friend betrayed you by telling your secret? Sometimes, betraying a friend s trust can hurt a friendship. Usually, we don t know how to handle the betrayal except to talk to the betrayer and find out what happened.
29 Display 3.8 absurd (adjective) explanation If you say that something is absurd, you are saying that it s ridiculous or that it doesn t make sense. Synonym - ridiculous Antonyms - reasonable, sensible
30 Display 3.9 absurd example Most people would say that this invention is absurd. The dog probably agrees.
31 Display 3.10 absurd check for understanding Why do you think this dog looks absurd? Begin by saying: I think this dog looks absurd because...
32 Display 3.11 absurd word family absurd adjective absurdly adverb absurdity noun Dressed-up dogs look absurd. Their owners have dressed them absurdly for a special dog show. In fact, it is the absurdity of the dogs costumes that makes the event so much fun.
33 Review Display 3.12 Show me the number of the word with your fingers. 1 distract 2 admit 3 contrast 4 distinct I am thinking of a word: you can see something clearly to tell about the differences to take someone s attention away from something else to tell the truth, even if you don t want to
34 Display 4.1 ACTIVITY E: Underlining Vowels in Words 1 bliz zard haunt hol i day 2 mer maid mod ern trans port 3 north ern car go hard ship * 4 gar land cav ern o ver haul * 5 back yard bor der part ner ship
35 Display 4.2 ACTIVITY H: Circling Prefixes and Suffixes 1 un fit pre pro gram obtain 2 a larm per form re pay 3 un com mon de part pro long 4 ab sorb dis card un a fraid 5 per mit im part per sist 6 portray a lert mis in form 7 dis com fort pre fix a part
37 Display 4.4 discard (verb) explanation If you discard something, you get rid of it because you no longer want it or need it. Synonym - throw away Antonym - keep
38 Display 4.5 discard examples When you throw out trash, you discard it. When you give away clothes that no longer fit you, you discard them.
39 Display 4.6 discard check for understanding What are some items that you should discard? Begin by saying: I should discard...
40 Display 4.7 persist (verb) explanation If you persist in doing something, you continue to do it, even though it is difficult or other people are against it. Synonym - keep going Antonym - give up
41 Display 4.8 persist example The runner persisted by practicing for many months and learning to run faster. Because the runner persisted, he won the race.
42 Display 4.9 persist check for understanding If Jenn persists with her studies, what will be some benefits? Begin by saying: If Jenn persists with her studies, some benefits will be...
43 Display 4.10 persist word family persist verb persistent adjective persistence noun Chen wanted to play violin in the youth symphony. He had to persist. He was persistent, practicing every day and taking weekly lessons. Because of his persistence, Chen was asked to audition for (try out for) the youth symphony.
44 Review Display 4.11 Show me the number of the word with your fingers. 1 contrast 2 distinct 3 betray 4 absurd I am thinking of a word: you can clearly hear someone s voice very silly you hurt someone who trusts you to look at two things and show the differences
45 Cumulative Review Display discard 2 distract 3 admit 4 persist 5 absurd 6 betray Show me the number of the word with your fingers. I am thinking of a word: to keep at something even though other people are against it to disappoint someone who trusts you to tell the truth even if you aren t willing to to disturb someone s attention from what they are doing ridiculous and silly to get rid of things you no longer need
46 Display 5.1 ACTIVITY E: Underlining Vowels in Words 1 riv er side cos tume land scape 2 stam pede max i mum mi cro scope * * 3 laun der mur mur bor der line 4 tor na do hus band au tumn * * 5 back bone hand shake ob so lete *
47 Display 5.2 ACTIVITY H: Circling Prefixes and Suffixes 1 mis be have pro vide minimum 2 re cord en tertain ex act 3 com bine re start re con struct 4 un a ware ex clude in valid 5 im polite pro mote en case 6 pre scribe re ad just un safe 7 con clude umpire ex treme
49 Display 5.4 record (verb) explanation If you record a piece of information or an event, you write it down, photograph it, or put it into a computer so that you or others can refer to it in the future. Synonym - write down
50 Display 5.5 record examples A student could record notes in a class. A scientist could record observations. A storeowner could record items that were sold.
51 Display 5.6 record check for understanding When Emily is in class, what should she record? Begin by saying: Emily should record...
52 Display 5.7 exclude (verb) explanation If you exclude someone from a place or activity, you prevent that person from entering the place or taking part in the activity. Synonym - keep out Antonym - include
53 Display 5.8 exclude example This sign excludes people from fishing here unless they have permission. The children who hiked to the lake were disappointed that they were excluded from such a tempting fishing hole.
54 Display 5.9 exclude check for understanding Justin is being excluded from the group. How does it feel to be excluded? Begin by saying: When someone is excluded, he or she feels...
55 Display 5.10 exclude word family exclude verb excluded verb exclusion noun Many places exclude pets. For example, pets are usually excluded from stores, movie theaters, and restaurants. In addition, pets experience exclusion from some apartment buildings. You may want to leave your pet at home when you go to these places.
56 Review Display 5.11 Show me the number of the word with your fingers. 1 betray 2 absurd 3 discard 4 persist I am thinking of a word: to get rid of some old toys to keep trying to do something really ridiculous someone you trust hurts you
57 Cumulative Review Display 5.12 Show me the number of the word with your fingers. 1 record 2 distract 3 exclude 4 distinct 5 admit 6 contrast I am thinking of a word: your dog s barking takes your attention away from your homework to tell the truth about something, even though it s embarrassing to keep somebody from entering a certain building to point out the differences to take pictures of a friend s birthday party to remember the decorations you can taste the clear flavor of mustard in the stew
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