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Vocabulary
acrobat [ˈækrəbæt] n.

An acrobat is a person who entertains people by doing amazing physical things. There were acrobats at the circus that did impressive and complicated jumps.

advocacy [ˈædvəkəsi] n.

Advocacy is the act of supporting or recommending something. Janine’s strong advocacy for the event made people want to attend.

communal [ˈkəmjuːnl] adj.

If something is communal, it involves a group of people. On the weekends, Theo and his son picked up trash in the communal park.

fluid [ˈfluːid] adj.

If something is fluid, it is smooth and moves gracefully. Boris was a famous ballet dancer because people admired his fluid movements.

harmonize [ˈhɑːrmənaiz] v.

To harmonize means to make different things go well together. The sweet and sour flavors of the dish harmonized well and tasted great.

industrious [inˈdʌstriəs] adj.

If someone is industrious, they work hard. Dennis was very industrious, so he never had problems finding a job.

inventive [inˈventiv] adj.

When someone is inventive, they are good at creating new things. The inventive student built a robot to help her with her chores.

judicial [dʒuːˈdiʃəl] adj.

If something is judicial, it is related to judges or courts of law. The laws changed the way the judicial system was structured.

Mandarin [ˈmændərin] n.

Mandarin is one of the two main Chinese languages. Although John’s parents both spoke Mandarin, he could only speak English.

metropolitan [ˌmetrəˈpɒlitən] adj.

If something is metropolitan, it relates to a large city. All of the metropolitan excitement of New York City made Rufus nervous.

mimic [ˈmimik] v.

To mimic something means to copy the way it sounds or moves. The hunter mimicked a duck’s call and shot the two ducks that called back.

misguided [ˌmisˈgaidid] adj.

When something is misguided, it is based on bad judgment or wrong beliefs. The snake bit Molly during her misguided attempt to grab it.

rehearse [riˈhəːrs] v.

To rehearse means to practice and prepare for a performance in front of people. Vick’s band rehearsed all week before their first show.

scorn [ˈskɔːrn] v.

To scorn someone means to behave without respect toward them. The criminal was scorned by everyone in the community.

sensory [ˈsensəri] adj.

If something is sensory, it is related to the senses. Iris and Eric preferred the sensory thrill of watching movies in the theater.

staple [ˈsteipəl] adj.

If something is staple, it is standard or basic. Hamburgers, steaks and hotdogs are staple foods to cook on a grill.

statute [ˈstætjuːt] n.

A statute is a law that is official and has been written down. The new statute made it illegal to walk dogs in the park.

veteran [ˈvetərən] n.

A veteran is someone who has a lot of experience doing something. Hank was the team veteran and had played in more games than anyone else.

villain [ˈvilən] n.

A villain is an evil person who breaks the law or hurts others. The villain escaped with half of my family’s valuables.

vine [vain] n.

A vine is a plant that has long, twisting stems and climbs upward. The branches of the trees were covered with vines.

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