By Amy E. Olsen

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

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Flora 2 Complete the following sentences using the vocabulary words. Use each word once. a. m artyrdom b. thesis c. 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.

In the United Sates, most business introductions begin with a firm, short (three- to four-second) handshake. In Europe, business associates also shake hands, but the handshake is usually more formal. Business greetings in Europe rarely display the friendly backslaps that are sometimes seen in the United States. In Japan, people customarily bow as a greeting, and many business people have learned to look carefully at how the bow is done. The depth of a bow reflects the status between the two people.

Circle the word part in each of the underlined words. a. the state of having enough f. showing a great spirit b. a person who puts one’s point forward g- a raised area of earth along a river c. liveliness h. to lead or bring in d. the condition of being famous i. assuming superior rights e. surrounding j- examination of a body after death _____ 1. Diana’s vivacity kept the party alive: she danced and laughed all night. _____ 2. The levee wasn’t high enough to keep the water from flooding the houses.

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