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Mizraim Jafet Martnez Lpez

300855767
July 23, 2015
Level 5, Enhanced Academic Skills
Vocabulary Journal Assignment
Due: Thursday, Week 3
WORD
Accumulate

PART OF
SPEECH
Verb

Attain

Verb

Clarify

Verb

Coincide

Verb

Collapse

Noun

Conceive

Verb

Confirm

Verb

Conform

Verb

Diminish

Verb

Displace

Verb

Dramatic

Adjective

Duration

Noun

Empirical

Adjective

Enormous

Adjective

Find

Verb

MEANING

EXAMPLE SENTENCE

to collect a large
number of things over a
long period of time
to reach or succeed in
getting something
to make something clear

The fossils accumulated over


the years.

to happen at or near the


same time
falling down suddenly
because of pressure or
having no strength or
support
to invent a plan or an
idea
to prove that a belief or
an opinion that was
previously not
completely certain is
true
to behave according to
the usual standards of
behavior
to reduce or be reduced
in size or importance
to force something or
someone out of its usual
or original position
very sudden or
noticeable, or full of
action and excitement
the length of time that
something lasts
based on what is
experienced or seen
rather than on theory
extremely large
to discover

The goal of many people is to


attain riches.
Can you clarify your
statement, please?
My English test coincided
with my Math test.
The old building collapsed
easily when the earthquake
occurred.
Einstein conceived a theory
that complemented Newtons
Theory of Gravity.
You have to confirm your
reservation at the hotel.

When you live in a different


country you have to conform
to other customs.
His strength was suddenly
diminish.
D.C. motors have been
displaced more and more by
A.C. motors.
The magician made a
dramatic entrance into the
scenario.
The duration of one century is
of one hundred years.
Paleontologist used empirical
evidence to ascertain their
theory.
An enormous dinosaur fossil
was found in Canada.
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Mizraim Jafet Martnez Lpez


300855767
July 23, 2015
Inhibit

Verb

Invoke

Verb

Layer

Noun

Logical

Adjective

Overlap

Verb

to cover part of the


same space

Phenomeno
n
Precede

Noun

Reverse

Adjective

Revise

Verb

So-called

Adjective

Sole

Adjective

something that exists


and can be seen
to be or go before
something or someone
in time or space
Opposite direction,
order, position, result,
etc. of something
to look at or consider
again in order to correct
or improve it
used to introduce a new
word or phrase that is
not yet known by many
people
being one only

Trigger

Verb

to cause something bad


to start

Version

Noun

Whereby

Conjunction

a particular form of
something that is
slightly different from
other forms of the same
thing
by which way or method

Verb

to prevent or slow down


a process
to mention something in
order to explain
something or to support
your opinion or action
a level of material
using reason

using your G.P.S.


The climate change inhibited
the dinosaurs life.
In order to explain quantic
mechanics I had to invoke
Heisenbergs Uncertainty
Principle.
The Earths mantle is
composed by different layers
of rock.
Your statement seems very
logical to me.
I wanted to watch to different
movies at the theatre, but they
overlapped.
The Northern lights is a very
nice phenomenon.
The first speaker was
preceded by the chairmans
introduction.
It is unlikely that the judge
will reverse his decision.
I think I need to revise my
essay before turning it in.
The so-called Theory of
Everything in physics is still
to be discovered.
Not a sole person was found
alive.
Climate change has not only
been triggered by human
activity but also by natural
processes.
I prefer the old version of that
operative system.

They've introduced a system


whereby people share cars.