Week Of 23rd-27th
1.A. Appease (verb) - relieve or satisfy.
1.B. It seemed to appease my parents when I graduated college.
1.C. Cleaning your room to make your parents happy.
2.A. Reciprocal (adj.) - given, felt, or done in return.
2.B. When James helped me with my homework, I helped him study as a reciprocal.
2.C. Returning a favor
3.A. Tedious (adj.) - too long, slow, or dull: tiresome or monotonous.
3.B. The lesson was very tedious, but all the students tried to pay attention.
4.A. Waver (verb) - become unsteady or unreliable.
4.B. The man began to waver about his choice.
4.C. Choosing between the candidates for president.
5.A. Adversity (noun) - difficulties; misfortune.
5.B. I realized the girl was going through adversity, so I offered to be her friend.
5.C. Loosing your job.
Week of the 30th - 3rd
6.A. Resolution (noun) - the action of solving a problem, dispute, or contentious matter.
6.B. The resolution to the problem was therapy.
6.C. Helping resolve a fight.
7.A. Conventional (adj.) - based on or in accordance with what is generally done or believed.
7.B. The conventional beliefs for Christmas is presents.
8.A. Mediate (verb) - intervene between people in a dispute in order to bring about an agreement or reconciliation.
8.B. We had to mediate the problem.
8.C. Coming to an agreement
9.A. Ensue (verb) - happen or occur afterward or as a result.
9.B. His bad attitude ensued a fight between him and his friend.
9.C. Cause and affect