96 thoughts on “Year 5: Wednesday 8th July: Home Learning: English

  1. I have done bronze and silver in my homework but I need help on gold . It says choose a word which begins with one of the prefixes above to complete these sentences but I don’t see the prefixes above .
    Please help me on Gold

  2. Bronze:
    Mistake, misjudged, miscalculated, misheard
    Overtake, overheard
    Restart, revisit, recalculated, reconnect
    Demotivated
    Disconnect

    Silver:

    a) To stop owning something.
    b) To untangle.
    c) To not be united.
    d) To tidy up-
    e) Making something not toxic.
    f) To be less populated.
    g) Wrongly quoted.

    Gold:
    a) Hoping that the lost goods would reappear, Dave said nothing about losing them.
    b) “I’ll never let you overtake me!” shouted the leader to the second place runner.
    c) Sometimes, lions show their teeth as a misjudged sign of strength.
    d) After such a bad representation, her confidence took a real knock.
    e) In such poor weather conditions, drivers can be slower to be-safe

    Task 3:
    2a)×
    b) √
    c) ×
    d) ×
    e) ×

    3a) redesign
    b) recovered
    c) retake
    d) demotivated

    4)The words I would circle are:
    ~overweight
    ~mistake
    ~misprint
    ~review
    ~disrespect
    ~restore
    ~overnight

  3. Task 1 Bronze :

    Mis + judged= misjudged
    De + motivated= demotivated
    Re + visit= revisit
    Dis + connect=disconnect.
    Over+take= overtake.

    Task 2 Silver:

    A) Dispossess
    To take property, especially buildings or land, away from someone or a group of people.
    Example: A lot of people were dispossessed of their homes during the civil war.

    B) Disentangle
    To separate things that have become joined or confused.
    Example: It’s difficult to disentangle hard fact from myth, or truth from lies.
    I tried to disentangle the wires under my desk.

    C) Disunited
    To cause people to disagree so much that they can no longer work together effective.
    Example: These issues had disunited the party.

    D) Declutter
    To remove things you do not need from a place, in order to make it more pleasant and more useful.
    Example: I’m going to declutter before my family comes to visit.

    E) Detoxify
    To remove harmful chemicals from the body or from something.
    Example: The chamber is used to detoxify patients with acute carbon-monoxide poisoning.

    F) Depopulate
    to cause a country or area to have fewer people living in it:
    Example:
    The region was depopulated by disease/famine/war.

    G) Misquote
    to repeat something someone has said in a way that is not accurate: Example: Her promise was deliberately misquoted by her opponents, who then used it against her.
    I never said that at all – the press misquoted me.

    • This is wonderful work. These type of questions come up in the SATs every year, and you are going to do amazingly if you keep working like this! Keep it up!!

  4. Task 1
    Re and visit= revisit
    De and motivated= demotivated
    Over and take= overtake.
    Dis and connect=disconnect.
    Mis and judged= misjudged
    Task 2
    Disposses=deprive (someone) of land, property, or other possessions.
    Disentangle=free (something or someone) from something that they are entangled with.
    Disunited=lacking unity.
    Declutter=remove unnecessary items from (an untidy or overcrowded place).
    Detoxify=remove toxic substances from.
    abstain or help to abstain from drink and drugs until the bloodstream is free of toxins, in order to overcome alcoholism or drug addiction.
    Depopulate=substantially reduce the population of (an area).
    Misquote=quote (a person or a piece of written or spoken text) inaccurately.
    Task3:
    a) Hoping that the lost goods would reappearance, Dave said nothing about losing them.
    b) “I’ll never let you beat me!” shouted the leader to the second place runner.
    c) Sometimes, lions show their teeth as a warning sign of strength.
    d) After such a bad repetition, her confidence took a real knock.
    e) In such poor weather conditions , drivers can be slower to be more safer
    Task4
    I’m stuck on this task I need help please

  5. dispossess
    deprive (someone) of land, property, or other possessions.

    disentangle
    free (something or someone) from something that they are entangled with.

    disunited
    lacking unity.

    declutter
    remove unnecessary items from (an untidy or overcrowded place).

    detoxify
    detoxifying or removing toxic substances from body.

    depopulate
    substantially reduce the population of (an area).

    misquote
    quote (a person or a piece of written or spoken text) inaccurately.

  6. Silver:
    I’m going to dispose them in my hands.
    I can distengle somebody’s hair.
    They disunited to USA.
    I can declutter the whole shelf by my self.
    I detoxify being at home drinking lemonade.
    A depopulate person might be a good citizen to you.
    I never thought to misquote a paragraph.

  7. Revisit
    Demotivated
    Overtake
    Disconnect
    Misjudged
    Silver:
    Disentangle I must go she said disentangling her from Gabriel’s Disuniting laking unity.

  8. Bronze:
    Mistake, misjudged, miscalculated, misheard
    Overtake, overheard
    Restart, revisit, recalculated, reconnect
    Demotivated
    Disconnect

    Silver:

    a) To stop owning something.
    b) To untangle.
    c) To not be united.
    d) To tidy up-
    e) Making something not toxic.
    f) To be less populated.
    g) Wrongly quoted.

    Gold:
    a) Hoping that the lost goods would reappear, Dave said nothing about losing them.
    b) “I’ll never let you overtake me!” shouted the leader to the second place runner.
    c) Sometimes, lions show their teeth as a misjudged sign of strength.
    d) After such a bad representation, her confidence took a real knock.
    e) In such poor weather conditions, drivers can be slower to be-safe

    Task 3:
    2a)✖️
    b) ✔️
    c) ✖️
    d) ✖️
    e) ✖️

    3a) redesign
    b) recovered
    c) retake
    d) demotivated

    4)The words I would circle are:
    ~overweight
    ~mistake
    ~misprint
    ~review
    ~disrespect
    ~restore
    ~overnight

  9. Task 1
    Re-take
    Re-visit
    De-motivated
    Mis-judged
    Dis-connect
    Mis-heard
    Re-start
    Re-calculate

    Task 2
    Dispossess= deprive someone of land, property, or other possessions.
    Disentangle= free something or someone from something that they are entangled with.
    Disunited= lacking unity.
    Declutter= remove unnecessary items from an untidy or overcrowded place.
    Detoxify= remove toxic substances from.
    abstain or help to abstain from drink and drugs until the bloodstream is free of toxins, in order to overcome alcoholism or drug addiction.
    Depopulate=substantially reduce the population of an area.
    Misquote= quote a person or a piece of written or spoken text inaccurately.

  10. Bronze:
    Re-visit
    De-motivated
    Mis-take
    Dis-connect
    Mis-judged
    Over-heard
    Re-start
    Mis-calculated
    Silver:
    Possess-belongs to someone
    Entangle-something is tangled
    United-together
    Clutter-messy
    Toxify-dangerous
    Populate-that means you’re popular.
    Quote-is a speech
    Gold:

  11. Task 1
    mis-connect
    Over-heard
    re-take
    de-motivated
    Dis-judged
    Task 2
    Disposes
    When you have something or don’t have it.
    Disentangle
    When it’s not tangled or tangled.
    Disunited
    Means when your together or not together.
    Declutter
    Means when you leave something around.
    Detoxify
    Means when something smells nice or doesn’t.
    Depopulate
    When you don’t have much people around you.
    Misquote
    When you say something wrong or correct.
    Task 3
    1)
    Hoping that the lost goods would disappear, Dave said nothing about losing them.
    2)
    I will never let me disrespect me! Shouted the second place runner.
    3)
    Sometimes lions show their teeth as a sign of strength
    4)
    After such a bad mistake her confidence took a real knock
    5)
    In poor weather conditions, driver can be slower to Be safer.

  12. Challenge 1
    Revisit
    Remotivated
    Overtake
    Disconnect
    Misjudged
    Misheard
    Restart
    Miscalculated
    Challenge 2
    Dispossess means not possessing something
    Disentangle means to un tangle something
    Disunited means a group split up
    Declutter means emptying a box filled with mess
    Detoxify means removing toxic gas from anything
    Depopulate means taking away a population from any area
    Misquote means a quote said or written inaccurately
    Challenge 3
    Hoping that lost goods would declutter Dave said nothing about losing them.
    “I’ll never let you disunite me!”shouted the leader to the second place runner.
    Sometimes show their teeth as a misquote of strength.
    After such a bad disentangle her confidence took a real knock.
    In poor weather conditions, drivers can be slower to detoxify.

  13. Task 1: bronze
    Re-visit=revisit
    Over-heard=overheard
    Re-start=restart
    Dis-connect=disconnect
    Mis-judged=misjudged
    De-motivated=demotivated
    Silver:task 2
    Disentangle: to free someone from a tangled object
    Disunited: means lacking unity.
    De clutter: means to remove something you don’t want
    Detoxify: means remove toxic substantances.

  14. Task 1:
    Visit- Revisit,
    Motivated- Demotivated,
    Take- Retake,
    Connect- Disconnect,
    Judged- Misjudged,
    Heard- Overheard,
    Start- Restart and
    Calculated- Miscalculated.

    I have done the rest in my book.

  15. Revisit
    Demotivated
    Overtake
    Disconnect
    Misjudged
    Silver
    Disentangle‘I must go she said disentangling her from Gabriel’s”
    Disunited-lacking unity.
    “a disunited nation
    Declutter-remove unnecessary items.
    Detoxify-remove toxic substances.
    Depopulate-reduce the population stubstantly.
    Misquote-quote something innnacurately.

  16. Task 1
    Re and visit= revisit
    De and motivated= demotivated
    Over and take= overtake.
    Dis and connect=disconnect.
    Mis and judged= misjudged
    Task 2
    Dispossess= deprive someone of land, property, or other possessions.
    Disentangle= free something or someone from something that they are entangled with.
    Disunited= lacking unity.
    Declutter= remove unnecessary items from an untidy or overcrowded place.
    Detoxify= remove toxic substances from.
    abstain or help to abstain from drink and drugs until the bloodstream is free of toxins, in order to overcome alcoholism or drug addiction.
    Depopulate=substantially reduce the population of an area.
    Misquote= quote a person or a piece of written or spoken text inaccurately.

  17. A) Hoping that the lost goods would declutter, Dave said nothing about losing them.

    B) I’ll never let you distangle from me , shouted the runner in first.

    C) Somtimes Lions show there teeth as a dispossess of strength.

    D) After such a bad misquote, her confidence really took a knock.

    E) In the bad weather conditions, drivers can be slower to depopulate.

    Re and visit make revisit ,Mis and take mistake, De and motivate make demotivated, Mis and calculated make miscalculated, Re and start make restart, Re and connect make reconnect, Mis and judged make misjudged, Mis and heard make misheard.

  18. Bronze:
    Visit= Revisit
    Motivated = Demotivated
    Take = Retake
    Connect = Disconnect
    Judged = Misjudged
    Heard = Overheard
    Start = Restart
    Calculated = Miscalculated.

    Silver:
    Dispossess = Deprive someone of land, property, or other possessions.
    Disentangle = free something or from something that they are tangled with.
    Disunited = When a group of people are lacking unity.
    Declutter = To remove unnecessary items from a overcrowded place.
    Detoxify =To become free of harmful substances.
    Depopulate = To reduce the population of an area.
    Misquote = To quote a person or a piece of writing inaccurately.

    Gold:

    A) Hoping that the lost goods would reappear , Dave said nothing said nothing about losing them.
    B) “ I’ll never let you replace me.” Shouted the team leader to the second place runner.
    C) Sometimes lions show their teeth as a representation of strength .
    D) After such a bad rematch her confidence took a real knock.
    E) In poor weather conditions, drivers can be slower to revisiting.

  19. Task 1
    Re and visit= revisit
    De and motivated= demotivated
    Over and take= overtake.
    Dis and connect=disconnect.
    Mis and judged= misjudged

    Task 2
    Disposses=deprive (someone) of land, property, or other possessions.
    Disentangle=free (something or someone) from something that they are entangled with.
    Disunited=lacking unity.
    Declutter=remove unnecessary items from (an untidy or overcrowded place).
    Detoxify=remove toxic substances from.
    abstain or help to abstain from drink and drugs until the bloodstream is free of toxins, in order to overcome alcoholism or drug addiction.
    Depopulate=substantially reduce the population of (an area).
    Misquote=quote (a person or a piece of written or spoken text) inaccurately.

    Task 3

        • Gold
          2a) Hoping that the lost goods would disappear,Dave said nothing about losing them.
          B)”I’ll never let you overtake me!” Shouted the leader to the second place runner.
          C) Sometimes lions show their teeth as a display of strength.
          D) After such a bad retake her confidence took a real knock.
          E) In poor weather conditions, drivers can be slower to react.

          Task 4
          Dis means expressing negation.
          Mis means badly
          Re means about; concerning
          De means added to verbs and their derivatives) denoting removal or reversal.
          Over means extending directly upwards from.

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