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Week 10 Period 2, Spelling 8, Review of ED Week6 Period1

Author: Hsu Yuanbin
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Quiz:

1. Fill in the blank above.

2. A silkworm — actually the caterpillar of the silk moth — will spin the cocoon that can yield an ____________________ 800 metres of pure silk only if it is fed leaves from the white mulberry tree. (astonishing, anxiety, anxiety, despair, ashamed, ashamed, dull, emotional, envious, frustrated, shortcoming, tolerant)

3. Fill in the blank above.

4. Vitamin E is fat soluble. Fat-soluble vitamins are stored in the liver and fatty tissues. They are eliminated much more slowly than water-soluble vitamins. Vitamin E is therefore stored in the body for long periods and can pose a threat for health. This ____________________ in turn prevents it from entering the circulation, even though it may be present at normal levels in the gut. (astonishing, anxiety, anxiety, despair, ashamed, ashamed, dull, emotional, envious, frustrated, shortcoming, tolerant)

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6.  In summary, if we keep the horse%27s ____________________ down (as well as our own) things will be better next time; and if we let the horse blow its mind with ____________________, or we lose our own temper, no one will even want to try again, and definitely not the horse! (astonishing, anxiety, anxiety, despair, ashamed, ashamed, dull, emotional, envious, frustrated, shortcoming, tolerant)

7. Fill in the blanks above.

8. And then, since her father%27s fatal heart attack eighteen months ago, no sooner had she slowly started to come to terms with his loss, to face the grief and ____________________ at the thought of never seeing him again, than her mother%27s letters and telephone calls had begun to fill her with stunned horror. (astonishing, anxiety, anxiety, despair, ashamed, ashamed, dull, emotional, envious, frustrated, shortcoming, tolerant)

9. Fill in the blank above.

10. Melissa: Yeah. And I worked in a pizza shop. I worked in lots of different part-time jobs but, I was never a waiter or waitress who would go up to a table. It was always called line serving, so you would be behind a counter taking orders and making food. Doron: But you dealt with customers? Melissa: I did. I did. Doron: I find that people ... I ask because I find that people who dealt with customers in the service industry, they%27re generally more polite and more ____________________ of waiting stuff when they go and eat. Melissa: Definitely.  (astonishing, anxiety, anxiety, despair, ashamed, ashamed, dull, emotional, envious, frustrated, shortcoming, tolerant)

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12. Buddhi: So looking at him, did you ever want to learn cooking and did you ever think like, %22OK, when I grow up I%27ll always help whoever was around.%22 Todd: No, it was actually .... I%27m quite ____________________. I never did really learn cooking from him or my mother, so they never really showed me, so even to this day I%27m a pretty terrible cook. So what about you? Did your mother show you how to cook? Buddhi: She did, it%27s just that I didn%27t learn and my brother ended up learning all the cooking and he%27s a very good cook right now, and it makes me be very ____________________ of myself, but ... Todd: So wait a minute. Wait a minute. Your mom actually took the time to show you how to cook, and you say you still can%27t cook? Buddhi: Yes!!!! Todd: Why? What happened? Buddhi: I don%27t know. I don%27t know. Sri Lankan cooking is so difficult and it takes … it%27s really time consuming, but I wouldn%27t want to say that out too loud %27cause there are some like many good cooks as well, it%27s just that I%27m not good at it, but .... I mean, I%27m not that that bad. It%27s just that my food don%27t turn out to be as good as my mom%27s. Todd: Right. (astonishing, anxiety, anxiety, despair, ashamed, ashamed, dull, emotional, envious, frustrated, shortcoming, tolerant)

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14. It talks about the heathen being astounded and being ____________________ and jealous because they are going to see peace and harmony and happiness and this is what we are looking forward to this is why we%27re not mourning, why we%27re not you know all upset because we know this is going to come. (astonishing, anxiety, anxiety, despair, ashamed, ashamed, dull, emotional, envious, frustrated, shortcoming, tolerant)

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16. OK, what%27s my worst quality? My worst quality has to be my patience. Sometimes when I walking down the street, I get very ____________________ by people walking slowly in front of me, or people riding their bicycles and sometimes they nearly hit me on street and I get very angry for no real reason so I think sometimes I%27m very impatient. (astonishing, anxiety, anxiety, despair, ashamed, ashamed, dull, emotional, envious, frustrated, shortcoming, tolerant)

17. Fill in the blank above.

18. Todd: So, Shona, we both say that we love running. Why do you like to run? Shona: Well, actually, the reason I enjoy running is because a few years ago. I started university. I got a little bit sad, a little bit depressed cause I was away from home for the first time and I was completely new to exercise. I wasn%27t particularly healthy. You know, I was more into smoking, drinking, and partying and stuff, and one of my friends, like, dragged me out one day and took me for a jog, and I was crap, like, you know, I could only run for like a minute or so, but I just noticed such and affect on my mood and it just completely lifted my mood, and I was like really, really happy afterwards, a runner%27s high, and like you know, the more I got used to it and the more I could run, the happier I got, and it%27s just like, it was basically down to that, it was like an ____________________ thing, rather than anything else. Todd: Wow, that%27s interesting because you know I%27m exactly the same way. Like, people think that I run because it%27s a chore and I want to stay fit, or I want to lose weight, but actually it%27s all mental. I look forward to running every day. Shona: Yeah. Todd: I never feel like, %22Oh, I have to go running.%22 It%27s always like, %22Oh, cool I get to go runnning.%22 Shona: Cool. It%27s like an addiction kind of in a way. Todd: Yeah, I think so. Like, you%27re right. It does something for your moods, but when you run, now do you like to run with people or do you like to run alone? (astonishing, anxiety, anxiety, despair, ashamed, ashamed, dull, emotional, envious, frustrated, shortcoming, tolerant)

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