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Great Expectations Stage 1-2
Pip
Herbert
Joe
Mrs. Joe
Description:... The Protagonist in Great expectations... Quote 1:... "…
Description:... Pip's best friend, and roomate.... Quote 1:... "Come a…
Description:... Pip's brother-in-law.... Quote 1:... "We don't know wh…
Description:... Pip's sister.... Quote 1:... "Who brought you up by ha…
Pip
Description:... The Protagonist in Great expectations... Quote 1:... "…
Herbert
Description:... Pip's best friend, and roomate.... Quote 1:... "Come a…
9 terms
Stage 2 Great Expectations
magnanimous
perseverance
venerate
abject
adj. very generous and forgiving
n. steadfastness in doing something despite difficulty
v. revere, regard with respect
adj. extremely bad, unpleasant, or degrading
magnanimous
adj. very generous and forgiving
perseverance
n. steadfastness in doing something despite difficulty
25 terms
Stage 1 Great Expectations
connubial
trenchant
consternation
appropriate
adj. of marriage or wedlock; matrimonial
adj. vigorous, effective, energetic
n. a sudden, alarming amazement that results in confusion
v. to take for one's own use
connubial
adj. of marriage or wedlock; matrimonial
trenchant
adj. vigorous, effective, energetic
36 terms
Great expectations stage 1
Opening setting of the story:
Pip must bring _____ to the convict:
Words to describe Mrs. Joe:
The "Tickler":
A graveyard
"Wittles" and a file
Abusive, angry, bitter, and short-tempered
A staff used to beat Pip; a symbol of anger and abuse
Opening setting of the story:
A graveyard
Pip must bring _____ to the convict:
"Wittles" and a file
57 terms
Great Expectations Stage 2
clerk for Mr. Jaggers
the "pale young gentleman"; Matthew Po…
lives with Pip in Barnard's Inn; Pip s…
also lives with Pip in Barnard's Inn;…
Wemmick
Herbert Pocket
Bentley Drummle
Startop
clerk for Mr. Jaggers
Wemmick
the "pale young gentleman"; Matthew Po…
Herbert Pocket
57 terms
Great Expectations Stage 2
clerk for Mr. Jaggers
the "pale young gentleman"; Matthew Po…
lives with Pip in Barnard's Inn; Pip s…
also lives with Pip in Barnard's Inn;…
Wemmick
Herbert Pocket
Bentley Drummle
Startop
clerk for Mr. Jaggers
Wemmick
the "pale young gentleman"; Matthew Po…
Herbert Pocket
35 terms
Great Expectations Stage 1 and 2 Review
Pip
Joe
Mrs. Joe
Molly
Main character of story, narrator, eventually becomes very ru…
Pip's brother in law, blacksmith
Pips sister, very mean to Pip and Joe. She has a stick called…
Jaggers housekeeper who has a mysterious aura about her. She…
Pip
Main character of story, narrator, eventually becomes very ru…
Joe
Pip's brother in law, blacksmith
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Stage 1 of Pip's Expectations
Charles Dickens
Mrs. Joe
Phillip Pirrip
Christmas Eve
Author of Great Expectations
Guardian of Pip
Pip's full name
The night on which the story begins
Charles Dickens
Author of Great Expectations
Mrs. Joe
Guardian of Pip
36 terms
Great expectations stage 1
Opening setting of the story:
Pip must bring _____ to the convict:
Words to describe Mrs. Joe:
The "Tickler":
A graveyard
"Wittles" and a file
Abusive, angry, bitter, and short-tempered
A staff used to beat Pip; a symbol of anger and abuse
Opening setting of the story:
A graveyard
Pip must bring _____ to the convict:
"Wittles" and a file
9 terms
Stage 2 Great Expectations
magnanimous
perseverance
venerate
abject
adj. very generous and forgiving
n. steadfastness in doing something despite difficulty
v. revere, regard with respect
adj. extremely bad, unpleasant, or degrading
magnanimous
adj. very generous and forgiving
perseverance
n. steadfastness in doing something despite difficulty
25 terms
Stage 1 Great Expectations
connubial
trenchant
consternation
appropriate
adj. of marriage or wedlock; matrimonial
adj. vigorous, effective, energetic
n. a sudden, alarming amazement that results in confusion
v. to take for one's own use
connubial
adj. of marriage or wedlock; matrimonial
trenchant
adj. vigorous, effective, energetic
12 terms
Great Expectations stage 1
pip
Joe
Covict #1
Biddy
Phillip Pirrup is his full name... protagonist... lives with his si…
Pip's brother in law... blacksmith
Pip meets in the graveyard and feeds him and gives him a file
orphaned like pip... becomes his tutor
pip
Phillip Pirrup is his full name... protagonist... lives with his si…
Joe
Pip's brother in law... blacksmith
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Great Expectations Stage 2 vocab list 1
Alienate
Approbation
Augment
Avarice
To cause someone to feel isolated or estranged
Approval or commendation
To make large on size; To enlarge or extend; to make somethin…
Extreme greed for wealth or material gain
Alienate
To cause someone to feel isolated or estranged
Approbation
Approval or commendation
12 terms
Great Expectations stage 2
Perverse
Lament
Acquiese
Felonious, not on test
Directed away from what is right or good
To morn
To give consent
Relating to, or involved in crime
Perverse
Directed away from what is right or good
Lament
To morn
15 terms
Great expectations stage 2 list 1
Unscrupulous
Pervade
Magnanimous
Indelible
Having or showing no moral principles; not honest or fair.
(of an influence, feeling, or quality) To be present and appa…
Very generous or forgiving, especially toward a rival or some…
Not able to be forgotten or removed.
Unscrupulous
Having or showing no moral principles; not honest or fair.
Pervade
(of an influence, feeling, or quality) To be present and appa…
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Great Expectations List 2 stage 1 vocabulary
Dissuade:(v) .
Divulge: (v)
Reproach: (v)
Contumaciously: (Adv)
To turn away from by persuasion; Convince someone not to do s…
To make information known that was previously unknown or secr…
To address someone/something in a way that expresses disappoi…
Stubbornly or willfully disobedient to.
Dissuade:(v) .
To turn away from by persuasion; Convince someone not to do s…
Divulge: (v)
To make information known that was previously unknown or secr…
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Great Expectations Stage 1 Vocab 2
Dissuade
Divulge
Reproach
Contumaciously
(v) to turn away from by persuasion;convince someone not to d…
(v) to make information known that was previously unknown or…
(v) To address someone/something in a way that expresses disa…
(Adv) Stubbornly or willfully disobedient to.
Dissuade
(v) to turn away from by persuasion;convince someone not to d…
Divulge
(v) to make information known that was previously unknown or…
25 terms
Great Expectations Stage 2
Magnanimous
Acquiesced
Constraint
Beguiled
noble and generous in spirit
submit or comply silently or without protest; agree; consent:
a limitation or restriction.
charm or enchant (someone), sometimes in a deceptive way.
Magnanimous
noble and generous in spirit
Acquiesced
submit or comply silently or without protest; agree; consent:
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English: Great Expectations Stage 2 Vocab 1
Alienate
Approbation
Augment
Avarice
To cause someone to feel isolated or estranged.
Approval or commendation.
To make larger in size; To enlarge or extend; to make somethi…
Extreme greed for wealth or material gain.
Alienate
To cause someone to feel isolated or estranged.
Approbation
Approval or commendation.
10 terms
Great Expectations Stage 2
magnanimous
pernicious
bereft
facetious
generous and noble in spirit; forgiving, understanding, toler…
highly destructive; deadly, harmful, often in a subtle or une…
deprived; lacking something needed, wanted, or expected
treating serious issues with deliberate and inappropriate humor
magnanimous
generous and noble in spirit; forgiving, understanding, toler…
pernicious
highly destructive; deadly, harmful, often in a subtle or une…
8 terms
Great Expectations Stage 2
Barnard's Inn
Barnard's Inn
Castle
The Aged
Where Pip stays when he is in London
"...to be a disembodied spirit, or a fiction, and his inn the…
What Wemmick calls his home. He is very proud of it.
"There, we found, sitting by a fire, a very old man in a flan…
Barnard's Inn
Where Pip stays when he is in London
Barnard's Inn
"...to be a disembodied spirit, or a fiction, and his inn the…
56 terms
Great Expectations Stage 2
clerk for Mr. Jaggers
the "pale young gentleman"; Matthew Po…
lives with Pip in Barnard's Inn; Pip s…
also lives with Pip in Barnard's Inn;…
Wemmick
Herbert Pocket
Bentley Drummle
Startop
clerk for Mr. Jaggers
Wemmick
the "pale young gentleman"; Matthew Po…
Herbert Pocket
15 terms
Great Expectations Stage 2
Auspicious
Chronic
Contingent
Quarry
Favorable
Continuing for a long time; continuous Repeating
Dependent
1. something that is hunted; 2. mine for stone
Auspicious
Favorable
Chronic
Continuing for a long time; continuous Repeating
27 terms
Great Expectations Stage 1
Ravenously
Disconsolately
Remonstrance
Imprecation
hungrily or greedily
unhappily
a verbal protest
a curse
Ravenously
hungrily or greedily
Disconsolately
unhappily
13 terms
Great Expectations Vocab Stage 1 Part 2
Discomfited
Coercion
Reticent
Patronize
V. To make uneasy
N. Force to act a certain way
Adj. Secretive; Reserved
V. To treat in a condescending manner
Discomfited
V. To make uneasy
Coercion
N. Force to act a certain way
20 terms
Great Expectations Stage 1
Consternation
Manifest
Sagaciously
Paroxysm
(n.) dismay, confusion: I was full of consternation when my b…
(adj.) clearly obvious: The way other governments and groups…
(adj.) Having or showing acute mental discernment and keen pr…
(n.) a sudden outburst; a spasm, convulsion: The man was pron…
Consternation
(n.) dismay, confusion: I was full of consternation when my b…
Manifest
(adj.) clearly obvious: The way other governments and groups…
"Great Expectations" Stage #1.
Synopsis
Gloat
Apprehension
Pious
A brief summary of the major points of a thesis, theory, stor…
(v.) to look at or think about with great intensity and satis…
Anxiety or fear that something bad or unpleasant will happen…
Deeply religious.
Synopsis
A brief summary of the major points of a thesis, theory, stor…
Gloat
(v.) to look at or think about with great intensity and satis…
22 terms
Great Expectations Stage 1 and 2 vocabulary for test
Lament
Acquiesce
Pernicious
Composure
To mourn
To give consent or comply passively
Highly injurious
Calmness
Lament
To mourn
Acquiesce
To give consent or comply passively
59 terms
Stage 1 and 2 Great Expectations Review
Who is...... Joe's journeyman hired worker?
What...... ...evidence is left behind at…
Who is...... Pip's first real teacher?
What...... ...do Pip and the "pale young…
Orlick
cuffs... or... iron cuffs... or... manacles
Biddy
They fight
Who is...... Joe's journeyman hired worker?
Orlick
What...... ...evidence is left behind at…
cuffs... or... iron cuffs... or... manacles
20 terms
Great Expectations Stage 2 Vocabulary
perusal
inveterate
doleful
abashed
(n.) careful examination, review
(adj.) persistent
(adj.) filled with/evoking sadness; despondent
(adj. )embarrassed;ashamed
perusal
(n.) careful examination, review
inveterate
(adj.) persistent
"Great Expectations" Stage #2.
Auspicious
Chronic
Contingent
Quarry
Favorable; fortunate.
Continuing; lasting a long time; constant.
Conditional; depending on something else; Likely, but not cer…
An excavation, usually open to the air, from which building s…
Auspicious
Favorable; fortunate.
Chronic
Continuing; lasting a long time; constant.
26 terms
Stage 2 Great Expectations
becomes Herbert's benefactor
created a monster
"ever best friends"
Pip's secret benefactor
Pip
Miss Havisham
Joe Gargery
Abel Magwitch
becomes Herbert's benefactor
Pip
created a monster
Miss Havisham
36 terms
Great expectations stage 1
Opening setting of the story:
Pip must bring _____ to the convict:
Words to describe Mrs. Joe:
The "Tickler":
A graveyard
"Wittles" and a file
Abusive, angry, bitter, and short-tempered
A staff used to beat Pip; a symbol of anger and abuse
Opening setting of the story:
A graveyard
Pip must bring _____ to the convict:
"Wittles" and a file
12 terms
Great Expectations Stage 2
Lament
Acquiesce
Felonious not on test
Pernicious
To mourn
To give consent or comply passively
relating to, or involved in crime
Highly injurious or destructive in character
Lament
To mourn
Acquiesce
To give consent or comply passively
44 terms
Stage 1 Great Expectations
Blacksmith
sister
food and a file
the tickler
What is Joe's occupation
How is Pip related to Mrs. Joe
What does Pip's convict ask him to bring to the graveyard
The wax-tipped switch used for spanking pip is called
Blacksmith
What is Joe's occupation
sister
How is Pip related to Mrs. Joe
27 terms
Great Expectations Stage 1
Ravenously
Disconsolately
Remonstrance
Penitent
Extremely hungry; famished; greedily
Without consolation or solace; hopelessly unhappy; inconsolable
To say or plead in protest, objection, or disapproval.
Feeling or expressing sorrow for sin or wrongdoing and dispos…
Ravenously
Extremely hungry; famished; greedily
Disconsolately
Without consolation or solace; hopelessly unhappy; inconsolable
56 terms
Stage 2 great expectations
Surry Richmond
Jaggers
Wemmick
Belinda
When Estella comes to London she lives here
Pip's guardian in London
The clerk for Jaggers' office
Herbert Pocket's mom
Surry Richmond
When Estella comes to London she lives here
Jaggers
Pip's guardian in London
45 terms
Great Expectations Vocabulary Stages 1,2, & 3
Connubial
Trenchant
Consternation
Appropriated
adj. Of marriage or the married state; conjugal
adj. Forceful and effective; vigorous
n. Sudden confustion or amazement
v. To take to or for oneself; take possession of
Connubial
adj. Of marriage or the married state; conjugal
Trenchant
adj. Forceful and effective; vigorous
19 terms
Great Expectations Stage 1
We are introduced to Pip, and we learn…
We are introduced to Mrs. Joe, who has…
PIP is in the marshes, and he feels ve…
PIP does not forgive himself for what…
Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
We are introduced to Pip, and we learn…
Chapter 1
We are introduced to Mrs. Joe, who has…
Chapter 2
49 terms
Great Expectations Stage 1
What is Joe Gargery's occupation?
How is Pip related to Mrs. Joe?
What does Pip's convict ask him to bri…
The wax-tipped switch used for spankin…
A blacksmith
Mrs. Joe is Pip's sister
Food and a file
tickler
What is Joe Gargery's occupation?
A blacksmith
How is Pip related to Mrs. Joe?
Mrs. Joe is Pip's sister
20 terms
Stage 1 of Great Expectations Vocab
explicit
ravenous
elude
larceny
precisely and clearly expressed or readily observable
devouring or craving food in great quantities
avoid or try to avoid fulfilling, answering, or performing (d…
the act of taking something from someone unlawfully
explicit
precisely and clearly expressed or readily observable
ravenous
devouring or craving food in great quantities
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Great Expectations Stage 2
spurious
pernicious
bereft
facetious
not genuine; fake; based on false ideas or bad reasoning
highly destructive; deadly, harmful, often in a subtle or une…
deprived; lacking something needed, wanted, or expected
treating serious issues with deliberate and inappropriate humor
spurious
not genuine; fake; based on false ideas or bad reasoning
pernicious
highly destructive; deadly, harmful, often in a subtle or une…
8 terms
Great Expectations Stage 2
Barnard's Inn
Barnard's Inn
Castle
The Aged
Where Pip stays when he is in London
"...to be a disembodied spirit, or a fiction, and his inn the…
What Wemmick calls his home. He is very proud of it.
"There, we found, sitting by a fire, a very old man in a flan…
Barnard's Inn
Where Pip stays when he is in London
Barnard's Inn
"...to be a disembodied spirit, or a fiction, and his inn the…
25 terms
Stage 2 great expectations
Magnanimous
Acquiesced
Constraint
Beguiled
Generous in forgiving an insult or injury
To assent tacitly
Limitation or restriction
To influence by trickery
Magnanimous
Generous in forgiving an insult or injury
Acquiesced
To assent tacitly
21 terms
Great Expectations Stage 1
explicit
eluding
impregnable
trenchant
definite and reserved in expression - outspoken
to avoid or escape by speed or trickery
unconquerable, can survive in an attack
incisive or keen, as language or a person
explicit
definite and reserved in expression - outspoken
eluding
to avoid or escape by speed or trickery
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Great Expectations, stage 2
Ponder
Dilapidated
Dismal
Magnanimous
To consider, verb
Broken down, adj
Gloomy, adj
Noble in mind and heart, adj
Ponder
To consider, verb
Dilapidated
Broken down, adj
12 terms
Great Expectations Stage 1
Synopsis
Gloat
Apprehension
Pious
(n.) a brief statement giving a general view of some subject,…
To brag greatly
anxiety or fear about the future
devout or virtuous; holy
Synopsis
(n.) a brief statement giving a general view of some subject,…
Gloat
To brag greatly
20 terms
Great Expectations Stage 1
Rampage
Hulks
Consternation
Vicariously
A fit of rage or anger
Prison ships
Amazement-dismay
Experiencing something by an imagined participation in anothe…
Rampage
A fit of rage or anger
Hulks
Prison ships
53 terms
Great Expectations Stage 1
ravenously
bramble
connubial
disconsolate
extremely hungry, famished
prickly shrub; of the rose family
marriage; matrimonial
hopelessly unhappy
ravenously
extremely hungry, famished
bramble
prickly shrub; of the rose family
12 terms
Great Expectations Stage 2
Avaricious
Lament
Acquiesce
Felonious
excessively greedy
to express sorrow; to grieve
To accept without protest; to agree or submit
pertaining to or constituting a major crime
Avaricious
excessively greedy
Lament
to express sorrow; to grieve
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