* Writing (50 minutes)
* Do not rush yourself
*Practice at home
* Depicting: explaining something for the better understanding.
* Context is important because it helps you to understand an specific word, and finding the answer.
* Synonym and Antonym
* Remote synonym: Distant
* Fraud synonym: argument
* Banish synonym: exile
* Pensive synonym: thoughtful
* Kin synonym: Relative
* Predictsynonym: Foretell
* Context clues: restatement, positive/negative, Contrast, Specific Detail
* Restatement example: I’m hungry cause I haven’t have food since last night
* Cold: close tosnowing, or freezing
* Cool: refreshing
* ¿garland of flowers or leaves hung between two points? R/ festoon
* ¿poise; composure; dignity; aplomb? equanimity
* opinion contraryto popular belief= heresy
* foolhardiness; impetuosity; rashness; boldness/ R/ temerity
* superficial appearance or show designed to impress one with superiority R/
* Rater: Onehaving an indicated rank or rating. Often used in combination. * Harsh: Unpleasantly coarse and rough to the touch. |
Basic paragraph structure
Introduction, main body and conclusion
*Topic sentences: usually comes at the beginning of a paragraph (first sentences in a formal academic paragraph)
* Supporting sentences: Usually when someone finished the topic sentence, the readerask himself some questions, and the supporting sentence are the ones that answer that questions, and help the reader to have a better understanding of the topic, It helps you to give details. (at least5 or 7sentences in our paragraph)
* Concluding sentence: it summarizes the information that has been presented.
* Details in paragraphs: details are important, if you’re talking about a...