A CHRISTMAS CAROL DRAMATIZED BY FREDERICK GAINES PDF

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Vocabulary — List 1. Read each sentence using the vocabulary word. Write what you think the underlined word might mean. Replace your definition in the sentence to see if it makes sense! Directions Read each sentence using the vocabulary word.

Use the pictures as clues! Good luck! He takes some coal from the mound and puts it into a small bucket; as he carries it to a corner of the stage, the stage area is transformed from street to office.

Solitudenoun Scrooge: Why? Why did you get married? Fred: Why, because I fell in love with a wonderful girl. Scrooge: And I with solitude. Good afternoon. He is saying he enjoys being by himself. The child was sent to his room, forced to go through the remainder of the day in solitude. She was so tired of the solitude, she decided to go to a party with friends. Provisionnoun At this time of year it is more than usually desirable to make some slight provision for the poor and destitute who suffer greatly from the cold.

Many thousands are in want of common necessaries; hundreds of thousands are in want of common comforts, sir. Endeavorverb Under the impression that they scarcely furnish Christian cheer of mind or body to the multitude, a few of us are endeavoring to raise a fund to buy the poor some meat and drink and means of warmth.

The magician endeavoredto keep all the pigeons in the cage. Abundancenoun We choose this time because it is the time, of all others, when want is keenly felt and abundance rejoices. It is a noun! Think about how it is used in these sentences: The part of the world called Dubai is known for extreme abundance. They have huge palaces, elaborate hotels, and exclusive man-made island resorts.

Holidays are a time to share your abundance with those less fortunate in the world. Anonymousadjective In this scene, the gentleman visitor is asking for a donation of money to help the poor and destitute. Gentleman Visitor: May I put you down for something?

Scrooge: Nothing Gentleman Visitor: You wish to be anonymous? Scrooge: I wish to be left alone. My teacher announced to the class that it was completed by an anonymous student. The police received an anonymous phone call giving information about possible suspects for the bank robbery. During the Clinton years, the United States government had a budget surplus, which meant that some of the debt was paid off.

Burt's scratching, belching and chewing with his mouth open was a repulsive experience for his fellow dinner guests. No one, including Scrooge, took notice of the prisoners living in wretchedly overcrowded conditions.

Scrooge built up a huge empire by taking advantage of wretched people who had to sell their home or starve. Be careful! This is a negative word like repulsive but it does NOT mean the same thing! Create Presentation Survey Quiz Lead-form. Download Presentation. Skip this Video. Loading SlideShow in 5 Seconds.. Share Presentations. Email Presentation to Friend.

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Vocabulary — List 1. Read each sentence using the vocabulary word. Write what you think the underlined word might mean. Replace your definition in the sentence to see if it makes sense! Directions Read each sentence using the vocabulary word. Use the pictures as clues!

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