Fill in the blanks with the new words. Use each word only one time.
Some adjectives can be turned into adverbs.
If a word ends in “e” or a consonant, add “-ly.”
If the word ends in a “y”, cut the “y” and add “-ily.”
Try to do the exercise below following the rules you just read.
Read the questions and the answers. Check whether the answers are True or False.
Look at the article with the vocabulary missing, and try to fill in the blanks with the new vocabulary. If the word is a verb, make sure to use the correct form. If it’s a noun, check to see if it’s singular or plural.
Use vocabulary words to fill in the blank in each sentence.
The vocabulary words below come from the article “Stephany Meyer and Twilight” . Match the vocabulary on the left to the definition on the right.
Scan through the passage to find the words and phrases. Read just the part of the passage to help you match the word with the correct definition. Try to use context clues to help you understand the meaning. Do not use your dictionary!
- Have you ever seen a vampire movie or television show?
- What was the name of the movie?
- What did the vampire do?
- What did he or she look like?
- Do you think that a vampire love story could become popular? Why or why not?
- What time of day is “twilight”? *Hint: It happens twice a day.
In this unit, you learned the plural noun “celebrities” and the singular noun “opportunity.” When a noun ends in a consonant followed by a “y”, you usually can’t just add an “s” to make the word plural. Instead, you have to turn the “y” into “ies.” Fill in the chart below.
Carefully read the passage, “My Hollywood Chance” and answer the True or False questions.