Week of 23rd-27th
1.A. Appease-(verb) relieve or satisfy
B. I try to appease my parents by living up to their expectations, but it's hard sometimes.
C. Washing to dishes, just to do it.
2.A. Reciprocal-(adjective) bearing on or binding each of two parties equally
B. Some marriages are reciprocal, and some are not.
C. a relationship
3.A. Tedious-(adjective) too long, slow, or dull
B. Even though he was tired and the lesson was tedious, he stayed awake.
C. Some lessons in school.
4. A. Waver-(verb) become unsteady or unreliable
B. Sometimes people can be waver, but there is always a person that doesn't.
C. cell phone service
5.A. Adversity-(noun) difficulties, misfortunes
B.He over came adversity by working hard and going to college.
C. a family death
Week of 30th-3rd
1.A. resolution-(noun) the action of solving a problem, dispute, or contentious matter
B. Even though my neighbor and I were fighting, we came to a resolution.
C. Solving the conflict in a book.
2.A conventional-(adjective)based on or in accordance with what is generally done or believed
B. It is conventional to have blonde hair and blue eyes to be considered beautiful.
3.A mediate-(verb)intervene between people in a dispute in order to bring about an agreement or reconciliation
B. Emily tried to mediate between her sister's fights.
C. Being the middleman in a fight.
4.A ensue-(verb)happen or occur afterward or as a result
B.Because, she hurt her ankle people ensue she would be out of the season.
C. Falling, then hitting the ground.