2 edition of Words,--as they look found in the catalog.
Words,--as they look
Conklin, George W.
|Statement||by Prof. Geo. W. Conklin. Foreward by M. V. O"Shea...|
|LC Classifications||PE1146 .C73 1923|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 p. l., 5-376 p.|
|Number of Pages||376|
|LC Control Number||24001012|
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Tanning of pages and shelf wear are evident but all is entirely legible throughout. —The words, as they occur in the Authorised version, of the prophecy are, “They shall look upon Me whom they have pierced,” but the reading which St.
John has followed is that of many MSS., and is adopted by many Rabbinic (as Rashi and Kimchi) and many modern authorities (as Ewald and Geiger).
These words have either a positive or a negative shade of meaning called a connotation. Ask students to watch for the following words as they read the book. Encourage them to look for clues in the text to figure out the meaning and then check the dictionary definitions and write them on the vocabulary cards.
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In that case kids can hear words read and see them highlighted on a screen. Tell students they will be learning words that do not follow the letter-sound correspondences they already know, so they'll have to learn these words as a whole.
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