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Lesson 3 vocabulary

match the vocabulary word with its definition

avocation something you do for fun to past the time (pastime) or a hobby - it can also be a profession that is practiced with enjoyment so it doesn't feel like a job.
vocal connected with speaking or with the voice
vocalist singer
vocation job or a calling to a type of work or service
addictive habit-forming, hard to break away from, easy to say yes to
contradict to speak against, or say the opposite of
dictation the act of saying words for someone else to write down
dictator a person who commands or tells other what to do, rules with total authority
predict to say what will happen beforehand, happen in the future
verdict the words of a decision from a jury
preview view or see beforehand
prehistoric the years before people kept written records
prefix a meaningful part that appears at the front of a word
prevent to stop beforehand
precedes to go before someone or something
Created by: dsweredoski