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Eating too many frogs’ legs and chocolate-covered ants © 2006 Saddleback Educational Publishing 39 Focus on Reading: The Pigman Answer Key I. Chapters 1–3 II. Chapters 4–5 Build Your Vocabulary Build Your Vocabulary Wording of definitions may vary. Students may remember the definitions given in the Vocabulary Words to Know section of Focus Your Reading, or they may refine the definitions based on the context of the sentence and the reading overall. Students’ new sentences will vary. Wording of definitions may vary.
C h a p t e r s 1 2 – 1 3 During Reading Build Your Vocabulary Read the sentences below. On the line, write your definition of the word in bold type. Then, on another sheet of paper, use that word in a new sentence of your own. 1. “. . the kids aren’t allowed to use the public telephone at Franklin High unless they get a special pass. ” leprosy: ________________________________________________________________ 2. ” voltage: ________________________________________________________________ 3. ” antifermenting: __________________________________________________________ 4.
5. Check Your Understanding: Short Answer c a a c c 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. b b b a b Check Your Understanding: Short Answer 1. He set off homemade bombs in the school bathroom. 2. John didn’t care if he got caught; otherwise, he would not have set off so many. ” 3. He likes to play jokes. He hates school and doesn’t like authority figures. 4. because he is extremely handsome 5. The difference is compassion. Lorraine has compassion, and although John has it too, he doesn’t show it. 6. They make her feel badly about herself, especially her physical appearance.