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By: Jessica Canastuj 10th P.C


Pictionary Word

Definition

Example

Hire

To employ a person.

Yesterday the manager decided to hire a new employee.

Citizen

A civilian, as opposed to a soldier, public official, etc.

My mother is a citizen from Guatemala.

Sanitation

The study and use of practical measures for the preservation of public health

On Sunday there would be a sanitation campaign in my neighborhood.

Town Hall

The chief building in which municipal business is transacted, often with a hall for public meetings

My uncle works at the Town Hall.

Mayor

The chairman and civic head of a municipal corporation in many countries

Clara, my cousin’s friend, is working for the Mayor.

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Tax

A compulsory financial contribution imposed by a government to raise revenue, levied on the income or property of persons or organizations, etc.

One of the obligations of the adults is to pay the taxes.

Wage

Payment in return for work or services, salary.

In the future I would like to have a good wage.

Taxpayer

A person or organization that pays taxes or is liable to taxation

My father is a taxpayer.

Employer

A person, business, firm, etc., that employs workers

The employer would decide who to employ.

Insurance

The business of providing financial protection for life against specified contingencies, such as death, involving payment of regular premiums.

The insurance is in charge of paying the damages of the car after the accident.


Retirement

The period of being retired from work.

My grandfather retires at the age of 85 from his work.


Suffixes SUFFIX

ADJECTIVE

DEFINITION

-able

UNDERSTANDABLE

Capable of being understood; comprehensible.

-ac

DEMONIAC

Possessed by or as by an evil spirit.

MUSICAL

Of, relating to, or capable of producing music.

-al

-an

AMERICAN

-less

SENSELESS

-ant

EXPECTANT

A person born, raised, or living in the U.S.

Lacking sense or meaning; meaningless A person who expects something expecting, anticipating, or hopeful.

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-ar

-mood

-ary

MOLECULAR

Of or relating to molecules, capable of analysis into atomic formulae of the appropriate kind.

MOODY

Given to gloomy, depressed, or sullen moods; illhumored.

PLANETARY

-ive

ACTIVE

- ent

CONFIDENT

- ful

BEAUTIFUL

Orbital characteristics of a planet or the planets.

Producing or involving action or movement.

Having strong b elief or full assurance; sure.

Very pleasing or s atisfying, having beauty; possessing qualities that give great pl easure or satisfaction to see, hear think about, etc. Delighting the senses or mind.


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