Monday, April 14, 2008

VOCABULARY, April 14th

Vocabulary building is important for both reading comprehension and writing. Use the following two words (note the part of speech) in one sentence.

incredulous (adjective) + antagonist (noun)

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10 comments:

Samantha said...

Iago is the antagonist of Othello with an incredulous smile.

Tammy said...

The antagonist in the play gave the director a incredulous stare.

Veronica Baig said...

Samantha: "antagonist" is good--I'm not sure if you mean "incredible" instead of "incredulous" (this usage doesn't make much sense here).
Tammy: Good--but do check the article;-)

Irena said...

Sam watched the antagonist in a poker game give him incredulous smile when he called a bet.

Kelsey said...

She stared with an incredulous expression on her face at the antagonist in the play.

Janine said...

The antagonist was incredulous in the proceedings.

Veronica Baig said...

Irena: Good use of the vocab--note you need 'an incredulous' and 'the bet';-)
Kelsey: Excellent.
Janine: A good sentence, but it helps to have a context which shows your understanding of the vocab.

Dejo said...

The antagonist had an incredulous tone in the play.

Tammy said...

The antagonist in the play gave the director an incredulous stare.

Veronica Baig said...

Dejo and Tammy: Both good:-)