Welcome to today’s class!!
We are excited to have you join our class!!
In today’s English class, we will be learning about New Words And Their Meaning
Like we have always done in our vocabulary class, where we learn new words, be ready to enjoy today’s class.
New Words And Their Meaning
In order to further appreciate these words, spell out each letter loudly before pronouncing the words alongside their meaning.
- Troop – a group of soldiers
- Troupe – a group of dancers, actors or entertainers
- Squad – a small group of people trained to work together as a unit
- Diligently – in a way that shows care in one’s work or duties.
- Meticulously – in a way that shows great attention to detail; very thoroughly
- Responsive – reacting quickly and positively
- Pull through – get through an illness or other dangerous or difficult situation
- Burden – a heavy load or a difficulty
- Dampen – to make feelings of excitement less strong
- Detain – to keep or continue to have something
- Detain – to force someone officially (by law) to stay in one place
- Chide – scold or rebuke
- Interrogate – ask questions closely, aggressively, or formally
- Commend – to formally praise someone or something
- Onlookers – someone who watches something in a public place but is not involved in it
I hope today’s new words will help you improve your vocabulary and increase your knowledge in understanding the words used in your sentences.
Construct two sentences with each new words learned in today’s class.
Read a comprehension passage on the role of parents in society and write out as many new words as you can find.
Use your personal dictionary to identify 10 new words and their meaning.
We hope you enjoyed today’s class. In our next class, we will be learning about Dialogue and Conversation.
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