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F & F

Foundations & Frameworks Nov 2012

Having the ability to put up with or endure something such as pain or hardship. Tolerant He is tolerant of his pain and hardship
To move with a quick, sudden movement or to move unsteadily. Flicker The rainbow was gone in the flicker of a moment.
Worrying or thinking about something Brood I was brooding about my upcoming science test.
To control or manage Regulate I would like to regulate the time I have to play.
To search an area thoroughly. Scour I scoured my house looking for my I-touch.
Chiefly or mainly Primarily My cousin is primarily interested in playing piano.
When leaves, papers, etc. make a soft, crackling sound as they move together softly. Rustle I watched the tree leaves rustle in the wind.
To suppose that something is true. Assume I assumed that my dad had taken out the trash.
To travel in a ship, aircraft, or other vehicle using maps, compasses, the stars, etc. to guide you. Navigate She had to navigate the car through the parking lot.
To set fire to something or to catch fire. Ignite I used a lucifer match to ignite the campfire.
Pattern Statement: Something large can be supported or held up by enough smaller things
Process #1 Who or what is this passage about?
Process #2 What aspects of this topic is this passage about?
Process #3 What does the author want me to know aabout this topic?
Process #4 What sentence/statements support the main idea - what the Author wants me to know?
Process #5 What general statement about the topic can be supported by the main ideas in this passage?
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