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Academic Vocabulary English to Spanish
plot
character
setting
exposition
parcela
cáracter
adjuste
exposición
plot
parcela
character
cáracter
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Academic Vocabulary I (Spanish)
Analyze... To study something closely
Apply ... To put on or to
Clarify ... To make understandable by ex…
Compare ... To examine people or things…
Analizar... Estudiar algo detenidamente
Aplicar ... Poner sobre o en contacto con
Clarificar... Hacer comprensible al explicar con más detalle
Comparar... Buscar semejanzas en personas o cosas
Analyze... To study something closely
Analizar... Estudiar algo detenidamente
Apply ... To put on or to
Aplicar ... Poner sobre o en contacto con
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Spanish Colonization Academic Vocabulary
epidemic
missions
friars
catechism
A widespread outbreak of an infectious disease.
Religious Spanish Settlement-Priest would have taught the Nat…
monks who did not live in isolated monasteries. They traveled…
book for religious instruction
epidemic
A widespread outbreak of an infectious disease.
missions
Religious Spanish Settlement-Priest would have taught the Nat…
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3rd Grade Spanish Academic Vocabulary
abreviatura
antónimos
efecto
causa
Una forma mas corta de representar una palabra... Ejemplos: Dr.…
Una palabra que significa lo opuesta de otra, completamente d…
El resultado de algo que pasó... Ejemplo: Los charcos son un ef…
Algo que hace que sucede otra cosa... Ejemplo: Las cebollas cau…
abreviatura
Una forma mas corta de representar una palabra... Ejemplos: Dr.…
antónimos
Una palabra que significa lo opuesta de otra, completamente d…
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Academic Vocabulary 1 (B) - Spanish
abbreviate
affect
alternate
always
abreviar
affectar
alternativo
siempre
abbreviate
abreviar
affect
affectar
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Spanish - Academic Vocabulary
Adjective
Verb
Noun
Accent
describes a noun (gender and number must match)
tells what the noun is doing
Nouns have gender
the mark above the vowels
Adjective
describes a noun (gender and number must match)
Verb
tells what the noun is doing
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1st Grade Spanish Academic Vocabulary
antónimos
Sinónimos
efecto
causa
Una palabra que significa lo opuesto de otra, completamente d…
Palabras que significan lo mismo o casi lo mismo... Ejemplos: Be…
El resultado de algo que pasó... Ejemplo: Los charcos son un ef…
Algo que hace que pase otra cosa... Ejemplo: Las cebollas causa…
antónimos
Una palabra que significa lo opuesto de otra, completamente d…
Sinónimos
Palabras que significan lo mismo o casi lo mismo... Ejemplos: Be…
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Spanish l Academic Vocabulary
Describe
Explain
Infer
Predict
To list details or features of what happens.
To relate why or how to make it understandable, step by step.
To reach a conclusion based on evidence or what you already k…
To tell what will or might happen in the future.
Describe
To list details or features of what happens.
Explain
To relate why or how to make it understandable, step by step.
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Academic Vocabulary #1 Spanish version
preciso
adecuado
la ventaja
el analisis
exact, correct
enough of something to fill a need
a positive quality or benefit
an examination of something in order to understand it
preciso
exact, correct
adecuado
enough of something to fill a need
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Quarter 1 - Academic Vocabulary (Spanish)
parafrasear
resumir
sinonimos
antonimos
parafrasear
resumir
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Vocabulary for Academic Writing-Spanish
sin embargo
además de
además
por ejemplo
however
in addition to
furthermore
for example
sin embargo
however
además de
in addition to
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14-15 Spanish Academic Vocabulary
idiom
irregular
infinitive
possessive adjective
an expression that has a separate meaning of its own and cann…
contrary to the rules or to that which is normal or established
the basic form of a verb, without an inflection binding it to…
a word used with a noun to indicate possession, ownership or…
idiom
an expression that has a separate meaning of its own and cann…
irregular
contrary to the rules or to that which is normal or established
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Academic Spanish 1B Vocabulary
Alto
Bajo
Gordo(a)
Delgado, flaco
Tall
Short
Fat
Skinny, thin
Alto
Tall
Bajo
Short
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Academic Vocabulary 7 - Spanish
format
former
formulate
fragment
formato
primer
formular
fragmento
format
formato
former
primer
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Spanish Vocabulary : Academic Terms
el ensayo
el borrador
el boceto
el plan
essay (also rehearsal for theater)
draft (also eraser)
sketch /outline
plan
el ensayo
essay (also rehearsal for theater)
el borrador
draft (also eraser)
27 terms
Academic Vocabulary 7 - Spanish
format
former
formulate
fragment
formato
primer
formular
fragmento
format
formato
former
primer
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Academic Vocabulary
abandon
abstract
academy
access
(v.) to leave; to give up; to discontinue
(adj.) existing in thought or as an idea but not having a phy…
(n.) any institution where the higher branches of learning ar…
(v.) to reach, enter
abandon
(v.) to leave; to give up; to discontinue
abstract
(adj.) existing in thought or as an idea but not having a phy…
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Academic Vocabulary
analyze ... an•a•lyze
argue... ar•gue
compare/contrast... com•pare/con•trast
describe... de•scribe
break something down methodically into its parts... break down •…
provide reasons or evidence to support or oppose... claim • pers…
identify similarities or differences between items... delineate…
report what one observes or does... illustrate • report • repres…
analyze ... an•a•lyze
break something down methodically into its parts... break down •…
argue... ar•gue
provide reasons or evidence to support or oppose... claim • pers…
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Academic Vocabulary
Analyze
Evaluate
Biased
connotative
think carefully about what you've read. Explain it step by st…
On a reading test this means explain why the author's argumen…
When an author unfairly favors one side on an argument.
when something is implied indirectly. For example: A man give…
Analyze
think carefully about what you've read. Explain it step by st…
Evaluate
On a reading test this means explain why the author's argumen…
55 terms
Academic Vocabulary
analyze
approach
area
assess
analyze
approach
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ELD Essential Academic Vocabulary #1 Spanish
abandon
keen
jealous
tact
desert; leave without planning to come back; quit;... abandonar
sharp; eager; intense; sensitive... perspicaz
afraid that the one you love might prefer someone else; wanti…
ability to say the right thing;... tacto, discreción
abandon
desert; leave without planning to come back; quit;... abandonar
keen
sharp; eager; intense; sensitive... perspicaz
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Academic Vocabulary
Analyze
articulate
categorize
cite
you look closely at each of its parts and see if they fit tog…
you express it clearly.
you put them in groups
To quote, paraphrase, or refer to it.
Analyze
you look closely at each of its parts and see if they fit tog…
articulate
you express it clearly.
Academic Vocabulary
analyze ... an•a•lyze
argue... ar•gue
compare/contrast... com•pare/con•trast
describe... de•scribe
break something down methodically into its parts... break down •…
provide reasons or evidence to support or oppose... claim • pers…
identify similarities or differences between items... delineate…
report what one observes or does... illustrate • report • repres…
analyze ... an•a•lyze
break something down methodically into its parts... break down •…
argue... ar•gue
provide reasons or evidence to support or oppose... claim • pers…
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Academic Vocabulary
Accurate
Accurate
Adequate
Adequate
correct, precise
____ description, ___information, ___measurement
satisfactory, acceptable
____ number of, ____ time, lack _______
Accurate
correct, precise
Accurate
____ description, ___information, ___measurement
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Academic Vocabulary
text
cite
text evidence
analysis
book, magazine, article, original words of an author or speaker
to refer to or quote the original author or speaker
evidence from the reading selection that proves the answer to…
Detailed examination of what the text says or the point the a…
text
book, magazine, article, original words of an author or speaker
cite
to refer to or quote the original author or speaker
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Academic Vocabulary
Anticipate (v.)
Background (n.)
Bias (n.)
Distortion (n.)
To look forward to, expect, or make plans for something.
A person's experience or knowledge; the culture and values wi…
An opinion that affects the way you present information.
The act of changing the truth to give people a false idea.
Anticipate (v.)
To look forward to, expect, or make plans for something.
Background (n.)
A person's experience or knowledge; the culture and values wi…
10 terms
Academic vocabulary
identify
prefix
suffix
root word
establish or indicate who or what something or someone is.
an element placed at the beginning of a word to adjust or qua…
a morpheme added at the end of a word to form a derivative, e…
the form of a word after prefixes and suffixes are removed.
identify
establish or indicate who or what something or someone is.
prefix
an element placed at the beginning of a word to adjust or qua…
118 terms
Academic Vocabulary
analyse
approach
area
assess
(v) to think about something in detail in order to discover e…
(v) move towards... (n) the act of moving towards; a place to mo…
(n) a part of something having some specific characteristic o…
(v) to place a value on something; to judge the worth of some…
analyse
(v) to think about something in detail in order to discover e…
approach
(v) move towards... (n) the act of moving towards; a place to mo…
118 terms
Academic Vocabulary
analyse
approach
area
assess
(v) to think about something in detail in order to discover e…
(v) move towards... (n) the act of moving towards; a place to mo…
(n) a part of something having some specific characteristic o…
(v) to place a value on something; to judge the worth of some…
analyse
(v) to think about something in detail in order to discover e…
approach
(v) move towards... (n) the act of moving towards; a place to mo…
8 terms
Academic Vocabulary
Classify
Compare
Conclusion
Describe
arrange by assigning things into groups or categories based o…
to examine (two or more objects, ideas, people, etc.) in orde…
a reasoned deduction or inference
to tell or depict in written or spoken words; give an account…
Classify
arrange by assigning things into groups or categories based o…
Compare
to examine (two or more objects, ideas, people, etc.) in orde…
43 terms
Academic vocabulary
Physical property
Temperature
Subtraction
Freeze
How something looks, smells, tastes, sounds. Or feels
How hot or cold something is
When you take one number from another
To make a liquid into a solid by making it cold
Physical property
How something looks, smells, tastes, sounds. Or feels
Temperature
How hot or cold something is
50 terms
Academic Vocabulary
abandon
abstract
academy
access
(v.) to leave; to give up; to discontinue
(adj.) existing in thought or as an idea but not having a phy…
(n.) any institution where the higher branches of learning ar…
(v.) to reach, enter
abandon
(v.) to leave; to give up; to discontinue
abstract
(adj.) existing in thought or as an idea but not having a phy…
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Academic Vocabulary
analyze
alliteration
argument
support
to examine an idea or object by breaking it into smaller part…
the repetition of the same sounds at the beginning of two or…
a reason used to support a position or point of view in persu…
to provide evidence; to prove.
analyze
to examine an idea or object by breaking it into smaller part…
alliteration
the repetition of the same sounds at the beginning of two or…
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Academic Vocabulary
Analyze
Evaluate
Biased
connotative
think carefully about what you've read. Explain it step by st…
On a reading test this means explain why the author's argumen…
When an author unfairly favors one side on an argument.
when something is implied indirectly. For example: A man give…
Analyze
think carefully about what you've read. Explain it step by st…
Evaluate
On a reading test this means explain why the author's argumen…
25 terms
Academic Vocabulary
analyze
articulate
cite
compare
break something down into its parts
express clearly
quote
find likenesses
analyze
break something down into its parts
articulate
express clearly
30 terms
Academic Vocabulary
convey
accurate
precise
imply
(verb) to give a message, information or to bring or carry so…
(adjective) no mistakes; exact, precise
(adjective) clearly expressed; distinct and correct
(verb) to express indirectly; suggest
convey
(verb) to give a message, information or to bring or carry so…
accurate
(adjective) no mistakes; exact, precise
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Academic Vocabulary
recognize
various
identify
classify
identify (someone or something) from having encountered them…
different from one another; of different kinds or sorts.
to find out point out
to sort into like groups
recognize
identify (someone or something) from having encountered them…
various
different from one another; of different kinds or sorts.
26 terms
Academic Vocabulary
Singular
plural
pronoun
antonym
pertaining to just one
pertaining to more than one.
a word that can take place of a noun.
a word opposite meaning to another.
Singular
pertaining to just one
plural
pertaining to more than one.
17 terms
Academic Vocabulary
main idea
biography
character traits
context clues
what a text is mostly about
non-fiction book about a person's life that is authored by an…
words that describe a character
clues in a text to help a reader find out the meaning of unkn…
main idea
what a text is mostly about
biography
non-fiction book about a person's life that is authored by an…
51 terms
Academic Vocabulary
Alliteration
Analyze
Anecdote
Antonym
The repetition of consonants at the start of words.
Break information into it's parts.
A short story used to illustrate a point.
Words that have opposite meanings.
Alliteration
The repetition of consonants at the start of words.
Analyze
Break information into it's parts.
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Academic Vocabulary
analyze
cite
compare
contrast
break something down into its parts
quote
find likenesses
find differences
analyze
break something down into its parts
cite
quote
17 terms
Academic Vocabulary
authority
discrimination
generation
establish
(noun) people who have power over others
(noun) treating people unfairly because of race, sex, religio…
(noun) a group of people who are born and who live around the…
(verb) to set up, create
authority
(noun) people who have power over others
discrimination
(noun) treating people unfairly because of race, sex, religio…
24 terms
Spanish Places & Academic Materials Vocabulary
la residencia estudiantil
el centro estudiantil
la biblioteca
la librería
the student residence
the student center
the library
the bookstore
la residencia estudiantil
the student residence
el centro estudiantil
the student center
12 terms
Academic Vocabulary
Trace
Analyze
Infer
Evaluate
Follow up, step-by-step, from the beginning to the end, list…
Take it apart, tell me the good and the bad, break it down.
Read between the lines, make an educated guess, what do you t…
Rate, grade, score or judge it.
Trace
Follow up, step-by-step, from the beginning to the end, list…
Analyze
Take it apart, tell me the good and the bad, break it down.
5 terms
academic vocabulary words
point of view
rhetoric
infer
integrate
perspective
The art of using language effectively and persuasively
to make an educated guess
to bring together into a unified or interrelated whole
point of view
perspective
rhetoric
The art of using language effectively and persuasively
30 terms
Common Academic Vocabulary - Spanish III
Hablar
Escuchar
Tomar
Mirar
To speak
To listen (to)
To take
To look (at)
Hablar
To speak
Escuchar
To listen (to)
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Academic Spanish
a great deal of
a wide range of
to what extent
in a variety of ways
una cantidad importante de
un amplio abanico de
hasta qué punto
de varias maneras
a great deal of
una cantidad importante de
a wide range of
un amplio abanico de
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Academic Vocabulary Set 2
italicize
cite
conventions
plot
a way to emphasise key points in a printed text; a way to sho…
to quote a passage, book, author, etc.; to refer to an example
rules for spelling, grammar and punctuation
the storyline
italicize
a way to emphasise key points in a printed text; a way to sho…
cite
to quote a passage, book, author, etc.; to refer to an example
5 terms
Academic vocabulary
antagonist
clever
rambunctious
brim
a person who actively opposes or is hostile to someone (the p…
quick to understand, learn, and devise or apply ideas
uncontrollably exuberant; boisterous
the projecting edge around the bottom of a hat
antagonist
a person who actively opposes or is hostile to someone (the p…
clever
quick to understand, learn, and devise or apply ideas
9 terms
Academic Vocabulary
setting
problem
theme
describe
when and where the story takes place
the main issue or struggle
the lesson or message the author wants you to learn
to give details
setting
when and where the story takes place
problem
the main issue or struggle
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