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10 terms
academic 2
adequate
alter
community
component
good enough
change
a group of local people
parts
adequate
good enough
alter
change
12 terms
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
13 terms
Academic Word List 2
vary
identify
comment
communicate
to be different from each other in size, shape, etc.
to recognize and correctly name someone or something
to express an opinion about someone or something
to share information with others by speaking, writing etc.
vary
to be different from each other in size, shape, etc.
identify
to recognize and correctly name someone or something
19 terms
Week 2 Academic Vocabulary
setting
character traits
point of view
dialect
time and place in which the action of a story occur
words that describe a characters personality
the author's view from which a story is told
a form of language spoken by people in a particular region or…
setting
time and place in which the action of a story occur
character traits
words that describe a characters personality
20 terms
Word Academic List #2
compensate (v)
compile (v)
compute (v)
conceive (v)
to counterbalance; offset; be equivalent to
to put together (documents, selections, or other materials) i…
to determine by using a computer or calculator
to form (a notion, opinion, purpose)
compensate (v)
to counterbalance; offset; be equivalent to
compile (v)
to put together (documents, selections, or other materials) i…
10 terms
Academic Vocabulary List 2
explicit
trace
infer
theme
Definite, clearly stated
Outline; follow the course or steps
to use clues or evidence to draw a conclusion
A main message of a literary or artistic work
explicit
Definite, clearly stated
trace
Outline; follow the course or steps
Academic Vocabulary List 2
analyze
structure
trace
conclude
to study something carefully
the way in which the part of something connects
to copy by drawing over and around
to come to an end or close
analyze
to study something carefully
structure
the way in which the part of something connects
40 terms
ACADEMIC SUBLIST 2
achieve
acquire
accomplish
affect
başarmak
edinmek, almak
başarıyla tamamlamak
kötü etkilemek
achieve
başarmak
acquire
edinmek, almak
9 terms
Academic Vocabulary 1.2
convince
define
describe
elaborate
to persuade someone to do or believe something
to explain the meaning of a word or concept
to say what someone or something is like
to give more details about something
convince
to persuade someone to do or believe something
define
to explain the meaning of a word or concept
10 terms
Academic Vocabulary 2
argue (v)
argue
assume (v)
assume
to disagree or fight
. . . for/against something
to think something is probably true
let's . . . that
argue (v)
to disagree or fight
argue
. . . for/against something
11 terms
Academic Vocabulary 2
contrast
organize
infer
elaborate
To find differences among things.
To arrange things, to classify or order.
To guess, reason or conclude based on evidence.
To include many carefully chosen details to develop a story o…
contrast
To find differences among things.
organize
To arrange things, to classify or order.
25 terms
Academic Vocab #2
Edit
Draft
Dialogue
Analysis
prepare (written material) for publication by correcting, con…
a preliminary version of a piece of writing
conversation between two or more people as a feature of a boo…
detailed examination of the elements or structure of somethin…
Edit
prepare (written material) for publication by correcting, con…
Draft
a preliminary version of a piece of writing
50 terms
Academic word list 2
negative
positive
administration
attitude
-, no
+, yes
The activities that relate to running a company, school, or o…
A person's consistently favorable or unfavorable evaluations,…
negative
-, no
positive
+, yes
22 terms
Academic vocabulary review 2
setting
genre
flashback
foreshadowing
time and place of a piece of literature
a category of literature
when the author has a break in the story to tell of something…
hints of what will happen in the future
setting
time and place of a piece of literature
genre
a category of literature
12 terms
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
Academic Vocabulary 2
compare and contrast
point of view
perspective
narrate
When you compare two things, you say how they are similar, an…
In literature, the perspective from which a story is told.
Point of view
to tell a story
compare and contrast
When you compare two things, you say how they are similar, an…
point of view
In literature, the perspective from which a story is told.
10 terms
Academic Vocabulary List-2
explicit
trace
infer
theme
something that is clearly stated
to make an outline of; to follow the course or steps
to use clues (evidence) and your background knowledge to draw…
a main message of an article, book, movie or song
explicit
something that is clearly stated
trace
to make an outline of; to follow the course or steps
7 terms
Academic Vocabulary List 2
anticipate
application
apply
approach
to expect beforehand,To expect
diligent attention; diligence; V. apply oneself, a formal req…
to make a formal application or request
method, to move or become near or nearer,
anticipate
to expect beforehand,To expect
application
diligent attention; diligence; V. apply oneself, a formal req…
50 terms
Academic Word List 2
apparent
approximate
attribute
commit
obvious to the mind or senses
guessed or estimated based on available information
to believe that something is the result of a particular situa…
the act of binding yourself (intellectually or emotionally) t…
apparent
obvious to the mind or senses
approximate
guessed or estimated based on available information
134 terms
Level 2 Academic Vocabulary
Concrete (adjective)
Absent
Exaggerate (Verb)
Perspective(noun)
representing or applied to an actual substance or thing, as o…
a fictional character referred to but not directly observed b…
Representing something as being bigger, larger, louder, or wo…
A point of view, or attitude towards specific subjects or eve…
Concrete (adjective)
representing or applied to an actual substance or thing, as o…
Absent
a fictional character referred to but not directly observed b…
10 terms
Academic Vocab 2
Explicit
Trace
Infer
Theme
Clearly stated
a very small amount
An educated guess
Central idea of a work of literature
Explicit
Clearly stated
Trace
a very small amount
academic 2
detect
emphasize
infer
highlight
(v.) to find or discover something, notice
To give special attention to something, to stress
A conclusion based on observation or evidence.
to draw attention to something
detect
(v.) to find or discover something, notice
emphasize
To give special attention to something, to stress
Academic Vocabulary List 2
anecdote
anecdotal
appropriate
approximately
noun- a short story about a funny or interesting event or occ…
adjective- a short retelling of a situation that is not neces…
adjective- being right or suited for some purpose or situation.
adjective- almost correct or close in value, but not exact or…
anecdote
noun- a short story about a funny or interesting event or occ…
anecdotal
adjective- a short retelling of a situation that is not neces…
14 terms
5th Academic Vocabulary-2
ancient
stumble
elegant
vandals
very old, archaic
trip and almost fall; proceed unsteadily;
Graceful, stylish, fancy.
A group of invaders who destroy
ancient
very old, archaic
stumble
trip and almost fall; proceed unsteadily;
50 terms
Academic Word List 2
apparent
approximate
attribute
commit
obvious to the mind or senses
guessed or estimated based on available information
to believe that something is the result of a particular situa…
the act of binding yourself (intellectually or emotionally) t…
apparent
obvious to the mind or senses
approximate
guessed or estimated based on available information
11 terms
Academic Vocabulary 2
cultural
decision
development
discriminate
related to the customs and beliefs of a group or community
choice; act of making up one's mind
event or happening; outcome
see differences between; tell apart
cultural
related to the customs and beliefs of a group or community
decision
choice; act of making up one's mind
10 terms
Academic Vocabulary- Week 2
demonstrate
establish
characteristic
refute
to clearly show knowledge using an example, explanation or ex…
to institute or enact
a distinguishing quality of a person, place, or thing
to prove false or incorrect
demonstrate
to clearly show knowledge using an example, explanation or ex…
establish
to institute or enact
12 terms
Academic Vocabulary 2
Affect
Dispute
Effect
Infer
To cause change
Argue against
a change that is a result of an action
Make an educated guess based on given information
Affect
To cause change
Dispute
Argue against
20 terms
Academic Word List 2
A small part of something larger
The way you do something
An agreement between two or more people
To recognize or connect with
Sector
Method
contract
Identify
A small part of something larger
Sector
The way you do something
Method
10 terms
academic 2
notion
similar
comprise
contract
(n) ý niệm khái niệm... idea, concept
(n) vật giống nhau ... (adj) giống nhau tương tự cùng loại... same,…
(v) bao gồm, gồm có... consist contain
(v) rút lại , rút ngắn
notion
(n) ý niệm khái niệm... idea, concept
similar
(n) vật giống nhau ... (adj) giống nhau tương tự cùng loại... same,…
41 terms
Academic 2
acquire... acquisition
administration... administrative... administ…
affect... affective
appropriacy... appropriate
to gain something by your own efforts, ability or behaviour
the activities that are done in order to plan, organize and r…
to produce a change in somebody... --... connected with emotions an…
...
acquire... acquisition
to gain something by your own efforts, ability or behaviour
administration... administrative... administ…
the activities that are done in order to plan, organize and r…
Academic 2
Annual
approximate
attribute
domestic
Doroczny... the ..... conference
Oszacowany/zblizony... These figures are only .................
przypisywac do... The increase in crime can be ....... to socia…
domowy/udomowione/krajowy... women who suffer from .......... v…
Annual
Doroczny... the ..... conference
approximate
Oszacowany/zblizony... These figures are only .................
13 terms
Academic Center Vocabulary 2
valor
unprecedented
trait
surpassed
Heroic courage; bravery
never having happened before
A characteristic that an organism can pass on to its offsprin…
Went beyond; excelled
valor
Heroic courage; bravery
unprecedented
never having happened before
15 terms
Set 2 - Academic Vocabulary
concentrate
clarify
layer
fee
to focus on something
to make clear, explain so that you understand
thickness of material spread over a surface
an amount paid for a service
concentrate
to focus on something
clarify
to make clear, explain so that you understand
12 terms
Term 2 Academic Vocabulary Terms
amicable
benevolent
convergence
disdain
agreeable
friendly, helpful
joining of parts
to regard with scorn
amicable
agreeable
benevolent
friendly, helpful
5 terms
Collection 2 Academic Vocabulary
benefit
distinct
environment
illustrate
something that provides help
clearly different; clearly noticed
The surroundings in which plants and animals live and on whic…
to explain or make clear using examples, charts, or graphs
benefit
something that provides help
distinct
clearly different; clearly noticed
8 terms
academic vocabulary 2
assist
attitude
authority
cease
help
a positive or negative response to someone or something
Control over someone or something
To stop
assist
help
attitude
a positive or negative response to someone or something
16 terms
Academic Word List 2
achieve
affect
conduct
design
to successfully complete something or get a good result, espe…
to do something that produces an effect or change in somethin…
to carry out a particular activity or process, especially in…
to plan or develop something for a specific purpose
achieve
to successfully complete something or get a good result, espe…
affect
to do something that produces an effect or change in somethin…
50 terms
IELTS/Academic Language 2
immersion
sequential
correlation
appendix
state of being deeply engrossed; involved, absorption
arranged in a sequence; serial
A mutual relationship or connection between two or more things
A section of additional information at the end of a document.
immersion
state of being deeply engrossed; involved, absorption
sequential
arranged in a sequence; serial
15 terms
Academic Vocabulary - Workshop 2
crisis
hemisphere
process
complicate
an emergency
one of the halves of the earth, such as the northern half (ab…
a series of actions that produce a result
to make something difficult
crisis
an emergency
hemisphere
one of the halves of the earth, such as the northern half (ab…
20 terms
Academic Vocabulary 2
discourse
acronym
transition
edit
Written or spoken communication or debate.
Abbreviation used as a word.
Changing from one state or condition to another.
To make changes, correct mistakes in text or film.
discourse
Written or spoken communication or debate.
acronym
Abbreviation used as a word.
45 terms
Academic Vocabulary Unit 2
account
account
account
historical account
a statement of reasons, causes, or motives
a statement of facts
a reason for an action
a statement of facts based on past events recorded in history
account
a statement of reasons, causes, or motives
account
a statement of facts
11 terms
Academic Words #2-
benefit
distinct
environment
illustrate
advantage
clearly different; clearly noticed
The surroundings or conditions in which a person, animal, or…
to make clear by examples or pictures
benefit
advantage
distinct
clearly different; clearly noticed
10 terms
Academic Vocabulary - Week 2
ascertain
beliefs
certainly
cite
find (something) out for certain; make sure of.
Specific ideas that people hold to be true
undoubtedly; definitely; surely.
To quote
ascertain
find (something) out for certain; make sure of.
beliefs
Specific ideas that people hold to be true
11 terms
Academic Vocabulary Unit 2
Generate
Clarify
Essential
Result
to make or create something; to cause something to be made or…
to make clear, or easy to understand
extremely important and necessary
something that is caused by a previous event
Generate
to make or create something; to cause something to be made or…
Clarify
to make clear, or easy to understand
60 terms
Academic Vocab List 2
allocate
convince
eventual
chemical
to give, to be used for a specific purpose
to persuade by argument
happening at an indefinite future time
involving a reaction between two or more substances
allocate
to give, to be used for a specific purpose
convince
to persuade by argument
10 terms
Academic Vocabulary Unit 2
action
build
carry out
decide
something that is done for a specific purpose
to make something by joining together different parts
to do what is planned, to start and complete something
to make a choice
action
something that is done for a specific purpose
build
to make something by joining together different parts
19 terms
Headway Academic Level 2
to skim
to scan
paragraph - n
text - n
read or glance through quickly
look for specific information
section of writing beginning on a new line
writing, not pictures
to skim
read or glance through quickly
to scan
look for specific information
Unit 3 Academic 2
diversity (n)
environment (n)
organism (n)
protect (v)
a lot of different people or things
the kind of place where you live
a living thing
to keep something safe
diversity (n)
a lot of different people or things
environment (n)
the kind of place where you live
29 terms
UNIT 2 ACADEMIC VOCABULARY
scarcity
economics
profit
reals
Limited supply of something.
The study of production, distribution, and uses of goods is c…
Money left after business expenses are subtracted from busine…
Brazilian Currency
scarcity
Limited supply of something.
economics
The study of production, distribution, and uses of goods is c…
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