Conveying Ideas with Words and Phrases L.4.3.A
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1. Determine which verb is more powerful, intense and precise than the other.
Circle the more precise verb.
2. Determine which adjective is more powerful, intense and precise than the other. Circle the more precise adjective.
3. Write a word that conveys the same general idea, but to a lesser intensity.
4.Change the word in bold in each sentence with more vivid or descriptive words/s. Then rewrite the sentences on the lines provided.
5. Read the sentences below. Use the word bank to select the best adjective that describes the sentence. Write it down on the blank line. Next, underline the words in each sentence that support your answer.
6. Can you make the sentences below more interesting? Use specific details, figurative language or sensory details to make them more compelling.
7. Add specific details to make each sentence more compelling. Use figurative language, adjectives, adverbs or sensory details.
8. Short story, "The History of Bubble Gum" - Read each paragraphs below. For each underlined word, think of another word (or words) that would be more specific and descriptive. Write that word on the line.
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