Vocabulary Development: “The Most Dangerous Game”
Tangible—adj.: capable of being touched or felt
Discern—v.: to detect or recognize; to make out
Condone—v.: to excuse or overlook an offense, usually a serious one, without criticism
Imperative—adj.: absolutely necessary
Zealous—adj.: very eager; enthusiastic
EXERCISE A: Determining meaning: Fore each sentence below, write the selection vocabulary word that belongs in the blank.
EXERCISE B: Classifying: Write the additional vocabulary word that best completes each group of related words.
Diverting: entertaining; amusing
Deplorable: very bad; regrettable
Repast: meal or feast
EXERCISE C: Below, write a job description General Zaroff might have written to get a servant to replace Ivan. Use at least three of the selection vocabulary words.