Ignore verb to not notice

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  2. We have a task that says Ignore verb to not realize. We have to put:
    My image of the word ....
    This word makes me think of ...
    This word does not mean ...
    End the sentence. I'm going to ignore ...

    And we do not know how to do it.

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  3. Wow! That's really weird!

    Try this:

    1. Think of an image that "ignore" makes you think of. (When you hear or read that word, what image comes to mind?) Draw that image.

    2. What does the word "ignore" remind you of? (A situation? Maybe one in which you have been ignored in the past. Maybe one in which you ignored what was going on around you so you could focus on what you wanted.) Write about it.

    3. What does the word NOT mean? What is its opposite? Write about that.
    See http://www.thesaurus.com and look it up if you need to. You're looking up an antonym, not a synonym.

    4. Finish the sentence. I'm going to ignore ____________________.

  4. Thank you Writeacher for your help.
    I will try to do it with this information!
    Thank you so much again! :)

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  5. You're welcome. =)

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