Academic Vocabulary Academic Words (4th Edition) by Amy E. Olsen

By Amy E. Olsen

Educational Vocabulary offers vocabulary development with a visually stimulating, full-color layout to pique scholars’ curiosity and make the method enjoyable. This appealing, highly-interactive workbook improves educational observe wisdom via educational readings and interactive routines. Repetition of the phrases and getting the scholars to determine the phrases utilized in a number of contexts improves memorization.

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To cross; to meet at a point; to cut through in tersect parallel Words to Watch adj. 1. lines that go in the same direction and never meet 2. alike in some form n. a likeness n. 1. a part of a total amount; an allotment; an allowance 2. the number or percentage of people of a specified type allowed into a group qu o ta [kwô' ta] statistics [sta tis' tiks] sym m etrical [si me' tri kal] variab le [vâr' ë a bal] n. 1. ) data; numerical facts 2. ) the science that deals with the study of numerical data adj.

They are such beautiful creatures. )____________ one. I get so much enjoyment from plants and animals, but I have never felt that I have been able to give anything in return. Yesterday circumstances changed. I signed up to be a docent, and now the relationship can be 00)___________ . I can still find peace from the forest, but I can also help to protect it by educating people about the joys of nature. 28 C HAP TER 4 Biology w Match each item to the vocabulary word it best relates to. Use each word once.

Species d. flora e. quota 1. So m any________________ from panda bears to tigers are endangered these days due to loss of their natural habitats. 2. I had to revise m y ________________ after I discovered some new information on the topic. 3. I worked efficiently and met m y ________________ of phone calls to make about the upcoming election by noon. 4. T h e ________________ in the mountains offer a gorgeous array of colors in the spring. 5. The days o f ________________ are not over. People are stilling willing to die for political and religious beliefs worldwide.

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