The Prince and the Pauper – Chapter Eighteen – Vocabulary

There are some words that just automatically make a sentence feel fancy. A lot of those words have already been covered in previous blog posts because they show up in The Prince and the Pauper. Words like ‘thou’, and ‘knowest’ raise the status of a sentence or paragraph to a higher level. Today’s word has a similar power. Our vocab word for Chapter 18 is…PRITHEE

The Prince and the Pauper – Chapter Seventeen – Vocabulary

Today’s vocabulary word is one that we use often. But if someone asked you to define it, I’m not sure that you’d be able to rattle off a definition right away. It’s one of those weird words with a vague meaning where it is sometimes easier to give example sentences than it is to give a straight definition. Today our vocab word for Chapter 17 is…GRACIOUS

The Prince and the Pauper – Chapter Sixteen – Vocabulary

The vocabulary word for The Prince and the Pauper Chapter 16 is used very frequently in the novel, as both a noun and an adjective. These folks were essential to the hierarchical structure of Tudor England, even if they may have been the cause drama often times. Today our vocab word for Chapter 16 is…NOBLE

The Prince and the Pauper – Chapter Fifteen – Vocabulary

The vocabulary word for The Prince and the Pauper Chapter 15 is a trait that many people look for in friends and companions. Someone with this trait can keep you constantly on your toes or rolling on the ground laughing. Today our vocab word for Chapter 15 is…WIT/WITS

The Prince and the Pauper – Chapter Fourteen – Vocabulary

The vocabulary word for The Prince and the Pauper Chapter 14 can be used for so many things. How hot or cold is it outside? What level of education have you received? How big are the angles in a triangle? Today our vocab word for Chapter 14 is…DEGREE

The Prince and the Pauper – Chapter Thirteen – Vocabulary

Were you born into a situation where you were expected to behave a certain way just because of who your family was? Many of us have the opportunity to form our own reputations throughout our lives, rather than having one thrust upon us when we were born. This is not, and has never been, the case for royals. Today our vocab word for The Prince and the Pauper Chapter 12 is…DIGNITY

The Prince and the Pauper – Chapter Twelve – Vocabulary

Were you born into a situation where you were expected to behave a certain way just because of who your family was? Many of us have the opportunity to form our own reputations throughout our lives, rather than having one thrust upon us when we were born. This is not, and has never been, the case for royals. Today our vocab word for The Prince and the Pauper Chapter 12 is…DIGNITY

The Prince and the Pauper – Chapter Ten – Vocabulary

Throughout The Prince and the Pauper, both Tom and Edward find themselves on literal and figurative journeys to get back to their old lives. So naturally, certain words that are synonymous with “path”, “track” and “journey” come up many times throughout the story. Today our vocab word for The Prince and the Pauper Chapter 10 is…COURSE

The Prince and the Pauper – Chapter Nine – Vocabulary

Have you ever used a phrase like “the vast majority” or have heard something like “In a vast desert like the Sahara…” Sometimes we start using these common phrases, without necessarily thinking about what the individual words mean. Let’s break it down! Today our vocab word for The Prince and the Pauper Chapter 9 is…

VAST

Mark Twain’s wonderful descriptive skills often create a picture in the reader’s mind of a number of different scenes from Tudor England. When describing facades, crowds, banquet halls, and other items related to royal life at the time, there is often no better way to describe them but “vast”. Keep reading or watch the video below to dive into this word.