vocabulary(communication)write a two page story with these words and give the meaning to each word...

vocabulary(communication)

write a two page story with these words and give the meaning to each word

enormous,anbivalent,inherent,strain,transplant,dramatic,gradual,sensational,reprehensible,heterosexual,entrance,

 

 

 

 

Asked on by ekiel33us

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litteacher8 | High School Teacher | (Level 3) Distinguished Educator

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I have no idea why, but when I read this list I thought of a dystopia set some time in the future. I pictured a world being described where people are transplanted into the bodies of robots, and most of them don't care, but one brave character decides to fight back.
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lmetcalf | High School Teacher | (Level 3) Senior Educator

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As I look at the words on the list, I notice that most of them are adjectives. You should focus on those and create a character or two which can be conveyed using those words and let the other words (nouns and verbs) fall into the sentences to create the actual story.

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wannam | High School Teacher | (Level 3) Educator

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While we cannot write a story for you, I can provide you some ideas on how to start writing your own story.  You might try brainstorming some topics you would like to write about.  Next, you might want to write out your vocabulary words and their definitions.  This might help you determine which story idea would work best with these particular words.  You have two pages in which to include only nine words so I wouldn't stress over the words too badly.  You may also find it helpful to create a list of synonyms for these vocabulary words.  If you are having difficulty, try writing the story out without worrying about the words.  Then, go back and replace synonyms with the vocabulary words or edit the words into the story where it seems appropriate.  You might also try outlining the plot of the story first to see where the words might fit in.

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