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Sadlier Vocabulary Workshop Level F Unit 9 Answers


Sadlier Oxford Vocabulary Workshop Level F Enriched Edition/Common Core Edition Unit 9 Answer Key

Sadlier Vocabulary Workshop Level F Unit 9 Answers

Choosing the Right Word Answer Key

1. Abated 
2. Adulation 
3. Anathematizing 
4. Astute 
5. Astute 
6. Avarice 
7. Culpable 
8. Dilatory 
9. Egregious 
10. Egregious 
11. Equivocation 
12. Evanescent 
13. Evanescent 
14. Irresolution 
15. Nebulous 
16. Nebulous 
17. Novice 
18. Novice 
19. Penury 
20. Pretentious 
21. Recapitulates 
22. Resuscitated 
23. Slovenly 
24. Supposition 
25. Torpid
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    Synonyms Answer Key  

    1. Synonym: DITHERING over a choice 
    2. Synonym: guilty of BRAZEN rudeness 
    3. Synonym: a delicate and FLEETING beauty 
    4. Synonym: RESTATE your requirements 
    5. Synonym: ashamed of a SLIPSHOD job 
    6. Synonym: PREVARICATED about the true amount 
    7. Synonym: BREATHE NEW LIFE INTO the dull party 
    8. Synonym: made LISTLESS by the heat 
    9. Synonym: a maddeningly MURKY explanation 
    10. Synonym: a muttered EXECRATION 
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      Antonyms Answer Key  

      1. Antonym: their SUBTLE errors 
      2. Antonym: a WELL-GROOMED AND CAREFUL dresser 
      3. Antonym: closing with a WORD OF APPROVAL 
      4. Antonym: an experienced and TENACIOUS nanny 
      5. Antonym: the presentation of a FULLY DEFINED concept 
      Click next to get Completing the Sentence Answer Key 


          Completing the Sentence Answer Key  

          1. resuscitate
          2. egregious
          3. irresolute
          4. dilatory
          5. abated
          6. adulation
          7. slovenly
          8. culpable
          9. anathema
          10. avarice
          11. nebulous
          12. penury
          13. novice
          14. supposition
          15. pretentious
          16. evanescent
          17. astute
          18. recapitulated
          19. equivocate
          20. torpid

          Click next to get Vocabulary in Context: Literary Text  Answer Key


          Vocabulary in Context: Literary Text  Answer Key  

          1. Being in a penury state suggests: 
          A – indigence 

          2. A person displaying astuteness is: 
          D – perceptive 

          3. A supposition is a(n): 
          B - conclusion 

          4. If a person pauses irresolutely, he or she acts with: 
          A – hesitation 

          5. A nebulous impression is not: 
          C - precise

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          Sadlier Vocabulary Workshop Level F Unit 9 PowerPoint Presentation: Presentation

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          VOCABULARY WORKSHOP has for more than five decades been the leading program for systematic vocabulary development for grades 6–12. It has been proven a highly successful tool in helping students expand their vocabularies, improve their vocabulary skills, and prepare for the vocabulary strands of standardized tests. This Common Core Enriched Edition of VOCABULARY WORKSHOP preserves and improves key elements of the program that have made it so effective, and it introduces important new features that make the series more comprehensive in scope and more current in its approach to vocabulary instruction, especially with respect to standardized testing and the Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts.

          QR Codes
          QR Codes New QR (Quick Response) codes appear on the Reading Passage and Vocabulary in Context pages. The code can be read with a smartphone camera. To read the QR code, users may download any free QR code application to a smartphone. Snapping this code links students directly to the relevant VOCABULARY WORKSHOP Web site, where they can listen to or take an interactive vocabulary quiz. Use a smartphone camera and a QR code application to snap this code to link to the VOCABULARY WORKSHOP home page.

          Reading Passages  
          New Reading Passages open each Unit of VOCABULARY WORKSHOP. At least 15 of the the 20 Unit vocabulary words appear in each Passage. Students read the words in context in informational texts to activate prior knowledge and then apply what they learn throughout the Unit, providing practice in critical-reading skills. Idioms, adages, and proverbs used in Passages provide exposure to figurative language. Passage topics are high-interest and represent a variety of genres, including expository texts, informational essays, historical nonfiction, and biographies. Snap the code or go to the VOCABULARY WORKSHOP home page to listen to , and hear modeled reading of each Unit Passage.

          Writing Prompts 
          Students practice writing responses to two types of prompts. The first prompt refers to the Passage that introduced the Unit and encourages close reading of the text. The second prompt is modeled on those that appear on standardized tests, such as the SAT® and ACT®.*

          Vocabulary in Context 
          The Vocabulary in Context pages contain excerpts from classic literature. Each excerpt uses one of the vocabulary words from the Unit and provides students with exposure to the vocabulary in the context of authentic literature. Multiple-choice questions give practice in standardized-test format. An interactive quiz using the Unit words is accessible by snapping the QR code on the page or by visiting

          Word Study 
          In accordance with the Common Core State Standards, the Word Study pages address figurative language with instruction and practice using idioms, adages, and proverbs, as well as provide instruction on determining and applying denotation and connotation. This new section appears every three Units, after the Review.

          *SAT is a trademark registered and/or owned by the College Board which was not involved in the production of, and does not endorse, this product. ACT is a registered trademark of ACT, Inc., which was not involved in the production of, and does not endorse, this product.
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