one of the seven large landmasses of the earth, The United States is located on the continent of North America.
the flow of water in a river or stream
someone who translates one language into another language.
a barge like boat with a sail and a rudder that is used for steering
the place where a river runs into a larger body of water
heavy guns with long barrels
ground or land
changed into the words of another language.
someone who studies plants; plant scientist.
Corps of Discovery
Lewis and Clark formed an expedition group with almost 50 men who would travel together to learn more about the western parts of the continent.
imaginary; exiting in stories called myths or legends.
A Native American woman who along with her husband helped guide the corps (KOR) by being interpreters for them.
imaginative language that helps you share the feeling or message of your words.
a direct comparison using tow unlike things; does not use “like” or “as” (Susan was a breath of fresh air).
a comparison using “like” or “as” (smooth as silk).
sound words (Cluck! Beep beep!)
repeated consonant sounds at the beginning of a string of words (Peter Piper picked a pickled pepper).
giving human characteristics or human-like abilities to a non-human (the thunder roared and danced across the sky).
a “poetry paragraph”
a word or line that is repeated in a poem to create a certain effect.