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Caesar's English Lessons 5 & 6

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Sierra Benton

on 13 September 2012

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Transcript of Caesar's English Lessons 5 & 6

Lessons 5 & 6 Caesar's English equal equi beautifully made exquisite circum around As in...
circumvent mal bad As in...
malicious post after As in...
posterity As in...
equilibrium ante before As in...
anterior In James Barrie's novel Peter Pan, he introduces a
girl named Tinkerbell, who was wearing an "exquisite
gown." clamor outcry In William Shakespeare's Macbeth, "the obscure bird
clamoured the livelong night." sublime lofty Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. believed in the
sublime courage of his fellow Civil Rights
activists. tremulous quivering Frightened, young Dorothy approached
the wizard and asked in a tremulous voice,
"Are you the great and powerful Wizard of
Oz?" allude indirectly refer to Harry may only allude to
Voldemort, never mention
his name directly. Analogies sublime : plain friendly : angry
clamor : riot
perplex : mystery
tremulous : shaky tremulous : fear incredulous : gullible
sublime : noble
friendly : person
clamorous : anger allude : hint tremulous : still
beautiful : grotesque
gallop : run
play : study clamor : noisy party : energetic
funeral : happy
wedding : bouquet
school : weekend
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