Spelling words are given out every other Monday.

Spelling Test are given every other Friday.  
 

  Unit 2
  1. advisor- 1. person who gives advice  2. teacher or other person appointed to advise students

  2. algebra

  3. aluminum

  4. ancient

  5. appreciate

  6. approval- 1. favorable opinion; approving; praise  2. permission; consent, sanction

  7. covet- desire eagerly (something that belongs to another)

  8. creditor- person to whom money or goods are due; one to whom debt is owed

  9. crept- move slowly with the body close to the ground; crawl

  10. debris- the remains of anything broken down or destroyed; ruins; rubbish

  11. fasten

  12. financial- having to do with the management of large sums of public or private money

  13. flourish- grow or develop with vigor; do well; thrive to be in the best time of life or activity

  14. fortress- permanently fortified place or building; large fort of fortification

  15. oblige- put under a debt of thanks for some favor or service

  16. operation

  17. silhouette- an outline portrait, especially in profile, cut out of a black paper or drawn and filled in with some single color

  18. skillet

  19. sleuth- detective; be or act like a detective

  20. solve









Unit 1 Spelling Words
 

1. admissible               6. conscience             11.exchange               16. naive        

2. adopt                       7. contemporary        12. exhibit                   17. narrative

3. advantage               8. contrary                 13. expert                    18. necessary

4. adventure                9. serious                     14. extra                      19. notify       

5. conscience               10. service                   15. factual                  20. obedience

 

Meanings

admissible- 1. capable or worthy or being admitted. 2. permitted by authority or by rules; allowable

advantage- 1. a favorable circumstance or condition; a gain resulting from a better or superior position; benefit

conscience- 1. sense of right and wrong; ideas and feelings within a person that warn of what is wrong

contemporary- 1. belonging to or living in the same period of time  

contrary- 1. completely different. 2. opposite in directions, position, etc.

exchange- 1. give (one thing) for another; change. 2. give in trade for something regarded as equivalent

exhibit- 1. let be seen; show plainly; display. 2. show publicly; put on display

factual- concerned with fact; consisting of facts; actual; real

naive- simple in nature; like a child; not sophisticated; artless

narrative- 1. story or account; tale

notify- 1. give notice to; let know; inform; announce to. 2. to make (something) known

obedience- an obeying; doing what one is told