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LOG (ROOT)
WORD
SEQU (ROOT)
FOLLOW
SPEC (ROOT)
LOOK
NOT (ROOT)
MARK
DICT (ROOT)
SPEAK/ASSERT
DIALOGUE
(n.) CONVERSATION
CONSEQUENCE
(n.) THE EFFECT OR RESULT
PERSPECTIVE
(n.) A PARTICULAR WAY OF LOOKING AT SOMETHING; A POINT OF VIEW
NOTABLE
(adj.) OUTSTANDING; REMARKABLE
CONTRADICT
(v.) to state the contrary or opposite; to deny
Nonfiction narrative writing (academic vocabulary)
a type of writing in which an author explores an actual experience using descriptive details and events.
Academic vocabulary
Words and phrases that often occur in various contexts and topics and play important roles across different content areas in life (e.g., school, workplace, etc.).
BASE
THE MAIN PART OF A WORD TO WHICH AFFIXES MAY BE ADDED.
ROOT
THE FORM OF A WORD FROM WHICH OTHER WORDS AND FORMS ARE DERIVED (CREATED).
AFFIX
A WORD OR SYLLABLE ADDED TO A WORD TO PRODUCE A DERIVED OR INFLECTED FORM (USUALLY A PREFIX OR SUFFIX).
PREFIX
A LETTER OR GROUP OF LETTERS PUT AT THE BEGINNING OF A WORD TO MAKE A NEW WORD.
SUFFIX
A LETTER OR LETTERS ADDED TO THE END OF A WORD TO FORM ANOTHER WORD.
SYNONYM
A WORD THAT MEANS THE SAME OR NEARLY THE SAME AS ANOTHER WORD.
ANTONYM
A WORD THAT MEANS THE OPPOSITE OR ALMOST THE OPPOSITE OF ANOTHER WORD.
LITERAL
USING A WORD IN EXACT ACCORDANCE WITH ITS STRICT/ACCURATE MEANING.
FIGURATIVE
ABSTRACT, IMAGINATIVE, OR SYMBOLIC;NOT LITERAL
DENOTATION
THE MOST SPECIFIC OR DIRECT MEANING OF A WORD.
CONNOTATION
A WORD'S TONE. THIS MEANS THE EMOTIONS (FEELINGS) OR ASSOCIATIONS A WORD CAUSES IN PEOPLE HEARING OR READING IT.
RESTATEMENT CLUES (CONTEXT)
CONSISTS OF A SYNONYM FOR, OR A DEFINITION OF, THE WORD WITHIN A SENTENCE.
CONTRAST CLUES (CONTEXT)
CONSISTS OF AN ANTONYM FOR, OR A PHRASE THAT MEANS THE OPPOSITE OF, AN UNFAMILIAR WORD. SIGNAL WORDS INCLUDE ALTHOUGH, BUT, YET, HOWEVER, EXCEPT, INSTAD OF, AND ON THE OTHER HAND.
INFERENCE CLUES (CONTEXT)
BY USING THE SURROUNDING WORDS, SENTENCES, AND PARAGRAPHS, YOU CAN UNDERSTAND THE MEANING OF A WORD.
IN, IM (PREFIX)
NOT, INTO
RE (PREFIX)
AGAIN;BACK
DIS (PREFIX)
NOT, AWAY, APART, NEGATIVE
LAMENTED
(v.) EXPRESSED REGRET
INDIGNITY
(n.) FEELIG THAT ONE HAS BEEN DISRESPECTED
REPROACH
(n.) CRITICISM OR DISAPPROVAL
DISCORDANT
(adj.) LACKING HARMONY
SQUABBLING
(v.) FIGHTING NOISILY OVER SMALL MATTERS
DEVASTATED
(v.) DESTROYED; COMPLETELY UPSET
ANNOTATE (ACADEMIC VOCABULARY)
(v.) to supply with critical or explanatory notes; comment upon in notes
EVALUATE (ACADEMIC VOCABULARY)
(v.) examine carefully with a critical eye; pass judgment on; determine the worth of something.
RECOUNT (ACADEMIC VOCABULARY)
(v.) to relate or narrate; tell in detail; give the facts or particulars of.
LOG (ROOT)
WORD
SEQU (ROOT)
FOLLOW
SPEC (ROOT)
LOOK
NOT (ROOT)
MARK
DICT (ROOT)
SPEAK/ASSERT
DIALOGUE
(n.) CONVERSATION
CONSEQUENCE
(n.) THE EFFECT OR RESULT
PERSPECTIVE
(n.) A PARTICULAR WAY OF LOOKING AT SOMETHING; A POINT OF VIEW
NOTABLE
(adj.) OUTSTANDING; REMARKABLE
CONTRADICT
(v.) to state the contrary or opposite; to deny
Nonfiction narrative writing (academic vocabulary)
a type of writing in which an author explores an actual experience using descriptive details and events.
Academic vocabulary
Words and phrases that often occur in various contexts and topics and play important roles across different content areas in life (e.g., school, workplace, etc.).
BASE
THE MAIN PART OF A WORD TO WHICH AFFIXES MAY BE ADDED.
ROOT
THE FORM OF A WORD FROM WHICH OTHER WORDS AND FORMS ARE DERIVED (CREATED).
AFFIX
A WORD OR SYLLABLE ADDED TO A WORD TO PRODUCE A DERIVED OR INFLECTED FORM (USUALLY A PREFIX OR SUFFIX).
PREFIX
A LETTER OR GROUP OF LETTERS PUT AT THE BEGINNING OF A WORD TO MAKE A NEW WORD.
SUFFIX
A LETTER OR LETTERS ADDED TO THE END OF A WORD TO FORM ANOTHER WORD.
SYNONYM
A WORD THAT MEANS THE SAME OR NEARLY THE SAME AS ANOTHER WORD.
ANTONYM
A WORD THAT MEANS THE OPPOSITE OR ALMOST THE OPPOSITE OF ANOTHER WORD.
LITERAL
USING A WORD IN EXACT ACCORDANCE WITH ITS STRICT/ACCURATE MEANING.
FIGURATIVE
ABSTRACT, IMAGINATIVE, OR SYMBOLIC;NOT LITERAL
DENOTATION
THE MOST SPECIFIC OR DIRECT MEANING OF A WORD.
CONNOTATION
A WORD'S TONE. THIS MEANS THE EMOTIONS (FEELINGS) OR ASSOCIATIONS A WORD CAUSES IN PEOPLE HEARING OR READING IT.
RESTATEMENT CLUES (CONTEXT)
CONSISTS OF A SYNONYM FOR, OR A DEFINITION OF, THE WORD WITHIN A SENTENCE.
CONTRAST CLUES (CONTEXT)
CONSISTS OF AN ANTONYM FOR, OR A PHRASE THAT MEANS THE OPPOSITE OF, AN UNFAMILIAR WORD. SIGNAL WORDS INCLUDE ALTHOUGH, BUT, YET, HOWEVER, EXCEPT, INSTAD OF, AND ON THE OTHER HAND.
INFERENCE CLUES (CONTEXT)
BY USING THE SURROUNDING WORDS, SENTENCES, AND PARAGRAPHS, YOU CAN UNDERSTAND THE MEANING OF A WORD.

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