Convey (vt)

Here is a context clues worksheet on the verb convey. It is used only transitively. This is, incidentally, for those teachers working with English language learners, one of those polysemous words that may require more than one run through for students. It can mean to move an object from one place to another, but also to communicate ideas and feelings. Helping students sort this out may require finesse; it’s easy enough to duplicate this document and use two worksheets to convey (if you will!) the two meanings of this word more carefully and completely.

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