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Off and Running / Vote for Me

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Ashlee Van Dyke

on 9 February 2014

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Transcript of Off and Running / Vote for Me

Stall
verb
to delay or put off

The mermaid stalled her father by being argumentative.
Beckon
verb
to signal or summon someone; to get someones attention

Sheldon
beckons
Penny by knocking AND calling her name three times.
Advertise
inflated
verb
filled with air or gas

The house had an abundant amount of
inflated
balloons that in turn allowed it to lift into the sky.
Gradually
adverb
happening little by little and/or in small increments

Kellee is
gradually
growing bigger and bigger before our very eyes.
Debate
noun
a public discussion or question involving opposing viewpoints

There is a great
debate
over who is better for Bella; Edward the Vampire or Jacob the Werewolf.
Off and Running
and
Vote for Me
Vocabulary

Decorate
verb
to design and develop with ornamental objects and designs

Buddy the Elf decided to
decorate
the store in honor of Santa's arrival.
Hesitate
verb
to reluctant or wait to act due to an indecision or fear

The young girl did NOT
hesitate
when asked what she wanted to drink. She was bound and determined to have a Pepsi.
verb
to announce or praise an object or service in a form of public communication with the intention to promote it

State Farm uses humor in its commercial to help
advertise
its service.
Shaken
verb
to tremble, totter, and/or move in an unsteady manner

The man was
shaken
up after being left in the dark woods all alone.


Scan
verb
to give a quick glance or look; to look over quickly

After
scanning
the front cover of the instruction manual, I knew I was going to be confused.
Prodded
verb
to have poked or jabbed with something

I hated my trip to the dentist because he poked and
prodded
at my teeth.
Grimace
noun
an ugly and/or contorted facial expression that indicated disapproval

The children grimaced at the thought of many of the foods that they don't like.
Podium
noun
a small raised platform used for speaking and directing

The teacher stood at his
podium
as he taught his class.
Furrow
verb
to have made narrow groove like depressions

The baby thought it was funny when he would
furrow
his brow and give the "evil eyes".
Technique
noun
exact and precise method of performance

The Olympian showed amazing
technique
in her performance.
Appeal
noun
the power and ability to attract and entice the emotions and/or mind

The Burger King commercial appealed to my senses and now I want a Whopper! Did it
appeal
to you too?
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