Spelling Term 1 Week 9

Activity 1:

I hated the legislation yesterday; it only tired and bored me. My new license for govenrment issues has put a lot of pressure on me and the independent process is sickening.The  mediation only adds to my worries. My only joy these days is jurisprudence.

Activity 2:

Independent: not influenced or controlled by others.

Jurisprudence: the science of philosophy or law.

Legislation: the act of making or enacting laws.

License: permission for doing something

Meditation:  continued or extended thought.

 

Activity 3:

a. ” Which side of the river do you think we should stake our claim?” asked the prospector.

b. the witch used magic to turn the fools gold into real gold.

c. The police constable insisted that the gold diggers identify which of their fellow miners were claim jumpers.

d.”  Do you think the witch in the story was real or imaginary?” Asked the student.

e. “Which gold coach should we bail up next?” asked the bushranger.

f.  On which continent did the Spaniards search fruitlessly for the fable City of Gold which they named ” El Dolorado, The Gilded One”?

Activity 4:

a. Weather-  the state of the atmosphere with respect to wind, temperature,cloudiness, moisture, pressure, etc.

Wether- a castrated male sheep.

Whether- used to introduce the first of two or more alternatives

b. Way- a direction.

Weigh- to measure

Whey- a milk serum, separating as liquid from the curd after coagulation, asin cheese making.

c. Wear- to have on the person

Where- at what place?

We’re- contraction of we are

d. Praise- the act of expressing approval or admiration

Prays- to offer a prayer

Preys- the act of hunting an animal for food

e. Saw- a tool for cutting

Soar-  to glide along at a height

Sore-  physically painful or sensitive.

f. Wails- to cry.

Wales- part of the United Kingdom

Whales- large sea mammals

g. Right- a direction

Write- to trace or form

Rite – a particular form of a religious practice

e. Awe- an overwhelming feeling of admiration

Oar- a long shaft with a broad blade at one end, used as a lever forrowing or otherwise propelling or steering a boat.

Or- otherwise, or else etc

Ore- a metal bearing mineral or rock

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