Week of January 23rd - 27th
1. A. Appease - Pacify or placate (someone) by acceding to their demands.
B. I didn't want to go to the reunion, but I went anyway to appease my parents.
C. Making somebody happy for a short period of time.
2. A. Reciprocal - given, felt, or done in return.
B. She was hoping for some reciprocal comment or gesture.
C. Getting a present, then giving another present to the person that gave it to you.
3. A. Tedious - too long, slow, or dull: tiresome or monotonous.
B. I could not wait for today's tedious math class to end.
C. Math class.
4. A. Waver - Be undecided between two opinions or courses of action; be irresolute.
B. I asked Randell to go riding with me, but his answer was wavering.
C. Saying yes, then no, then yes again.
5. A. Adversity - difficulties; misfortune.
B. I was in the local derby, although I lost, it wasn't entirely adverse.
C. Something not going good.
Week of January 30th - February 3rd
1. A. Resolution - The action of solving a problem, dispute, or contentious matter.
B. Me and Butch had a conflict, but I came up with a resolution to fix the conflict.
C.To fix something.
2. A. Conventional - Based on or in accordance with what is generally done or believed.
B. It was conventional for everyone to wear red to Christmas, even though John didn't.
C. Something Traditional.
3. A. Mediate - intervene between people in a dispute in order to bring about an agreement or reconciliation.
B. John and Bill were mediating over where to eat, finally John gave in.
C. An argument
4. A. Ensure - Make certain that (something) shall occur or be the case.
B. I thought I had to problem right, then my teacher ensured me that it was right.
C. To check on a answer.