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english 9 accel final
To Kill A Mockingbird
Romeo and Juliet
A Comedy of Errors
"The Flaw in the Flaw"
Harper Lee
William Shakespeare
William Shakespeare
Russ McDonald
To Kill A Mockingbird
Harper Lee
Romeo and Juliet
William Shakespeare
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Accel English Vocab 9 - Livingston
affable
altruistic
ambidextrous
aromatic
easy to talk to; amiable
unselfish, concerned for the welfare of others
able to use both hands with equal ease
fragrant; spicy; sweet smelling
affable
easy to talk to; amiable
altruistic
unselfish, concerned for the welfare of others
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English Accel 9 - Literary Elements
Exposition
Rising Action
Climax
Falling Action
A comprehensive description and explanation of an idea or the…
Is a plot series of relevant incidents that creates suspense
Most intense, exciting, or important point of something
Parts of a story after the climax and before the very end
Exposition
A comprehensive description and explanation of an idea or the…
Rising Action
Is a plot series of relevant incidents that creates suspense
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English Accel 9-Literary Elements
plot
conflict
external conflict
internal conflict
series of related events that make up a story or drama
struggle or clash between opposing characters, forces, or emo…
a character struggles against an outside force
a struggle between two opposing needs, desires, or emotion wi…
plot
series of related events that make up a story or drama
conflict
struggle or clash between opposing characters, forces, or emo…
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English 9 Accel Exam (WF!)
Plot
Conflict
Foreshadowing
Framework story
Series of related events that make up a story or drama
Struggle or clash between opposing characters
The use of clues to hint at events that will occur later in t…
A story that contains another story within it
Plot
Series of related events that make up a story or drama
Conflict
Struggle or clash between opposing characters
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Romeo and Juliet; Accel English 9
4 Tragedies
3 Comedies
3 Histories
Birthday
Hamlet... Julius Caesar... Macbeth... Othello
Taming of the Shrew... Midsummer's Night Dream... All's Well That E…
King John... Henry V... Richard II
April 23, 1565
4 Tragedies
Hamlet... Julius Caesar... Macbeth... Othello
3 Comedies
Taming of the Shrew... Midsummer's Night Dream... All's Well That E…
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Accel English Lit terms 8 & 9
point of view
polysyndeton
protagonist
pun
the point or opinion of a speaker, their belief/ way of looki…
definition:a literary technique in which conjunctions (e.g. a…
Definition:the leading character or one of the major characte…
definition: a joke exploiting the different possible meanings…
point of view
the point or opinion of a speaker, their belief/ way of looki…
polysyndeton
definition:a literary technique in which conjunctions (e.g. a…
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Accel. English-Livingston: Chapter 9 Vocabulary
affable
altruistic
ambidextrous
aromatic
easy to talk to; amiable
unselfish; concerned for the welfare of others
able to use both hand with equal ease
fragrant; spicy; sweet smelling
affable
easy to talk to; amiable
altruistic
unselfish; concerned for the welfare of others
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Accel English 2 Vocal Units 9-16
Dubious
Fabricated
Hypocrisy
Slander
Doubtful; of unlikely authenticity
Made; concocted in order to deceive
The practice of pretending to be something one is not; insinc…
False charges and malicious oral statements about someone
Dubious
Doubtful; of unlikely authenticity
Fabricated
Made; concocted in order to deceive
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Unit 9 Vocab - Accel English II
Distribute - assign
Passionate - enthusiastic
Hard-working
Rude - cocky
Allocate
Ardent
Assiduous
Brash
Distribute - assign
Allocate
Passionate - enthusiastic
Ardent
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Literary Terms English 1 Accel
foreshadowing
theme
symbolism
Types of narration
Information that forecasts future events; information given i…
An idea or truth that the author reveals to the reader in the…
The use of an object or name/word to represent something larg…
1st person- When the protagonist recounts the events of the s…
foreshadowing
Information that forecasts future events; information given i…
theme
An idea or truth that the author reveals to the reader in the…
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U9 Vocab Definitions -- Accel
abate
adulation
anathema
astute
to make less in amount, degree;... to subside, become less;... to n…
praise or flattery that is excessive
an object of intense dislike;... a curse or strong denunciation…
shrewd, crafty, showing practical wisdom
abate
to make less in amount, degree;... to subside, become less;... to n…
adulation
praise or flattery that is excessive
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U9 Vocab Synonyms Accel
abate
adulation
anathema
astute
diminish, decrease, subside, let up
adoration, idolization, hero-worship
malediction, imprecation, abomination
shrewd, acute, sagacious, judicious, wily
abate
diminish, decrease, subside, let up
adulation
adoration, idolization, hero-worship
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Vocabulary Words: English Accel
disempowers
squalid
diction
irony
make someone less confident or powerful
a very dirty place filled with neglect or poverty
a speaker or writer's choice of words
saying or writing something but meaning the opposite
disempowers
make someone less confident or powerful
squalid
a very dirty place filled with neglect or poverty
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Accel English Vocab 6
derm
crypt
chrom
anthrop
skin
secret
color
man
derm
skin
crypt
secret
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English 1 Accel. - SAT Vocabulary Terms Week 9
abstain
charlatan
credibility
demise
(V)... To restrain from doing or enjoying something
(N)... Person falsely claiming to have special knowledge or skil…
(Adj.)... Quality of being trusted/believed in
(N)... Person's death or downfall; figurative fall
abstain
(V)... To restrain from doing or enjoying something
charlatan
(N)... Person falsely claiming to have special knowledge or skil…
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English Accel. Vocab
unbridled
spurious
spasmodic
salvage
uncontrolled, lacking in restraint
not genuine, not true, not valid
sudden and violent, but brief
to save from shipwreck or fire
unbridled
uncontrolled, lacking in restraint
spurious
not genuine, not true, not valid
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Accel. English Vocab #6
Accede
Brandish
Comprise
Deft
Assent or agree to a demand (consent)
Wave (a weapon) as a threat/anger/excitement (shake)
Consist of (contain)
Neatly skillful in one's movements (adroit)
Accede
Assent or agree to a demand (consent)
Brandish
Wave (a weapon) as a threat/anger/excitement (shake)
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Accel English Vocab 5
profligate
resolute
salient
superfluous
recklessly extravagant, wasteful
admirably purposeful, determined
most noticeable or important, principal, main
unnecesary, in excess, surplus, nonessential
profligate
recklessly extravagant, wasteful
resolute
admirably purposeful, determined
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english accel final vocab
behemoth
benign
bucolic
burnish
a creature of enormous size, power, or appearance
gentle, kind; forgiving, understanding: having a favorable or…
characteristic of the countryside, rural
to make smooth or glossy by rubbing, brightness luster
behemoth
a creature of enormous size, power, or appearance
benign
gentle, kind; forgiving, understanding: having a favorable or…
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Test #1 ACCEL English
diction
metaphor
paradox
personification
the choice and use of words and phrases in speech or writing;…
comparing two seemingly unlike things without using "like" or…
a situation, person, or thing that combines contradictory fea…
the attribution of a personal nature or human characteristics…
diction
the choice and use of words and phrases in speech or writing;…
metaphor
comparing two seemingly unlike things without using "like" or…
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Accel. English ~ Poetry
The types of poetry are: ___, dramatic…
The types of poetry are: narrative, dr…
The types of poetry are: narrative, __…
The types of narrative poetry are: epi…
narrative
lyric
dramatic verse
other
The types of poetry are: ___, dramatic…
narrative
The types of poetry are: narrative, dr…
lyric
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Accel. English ~ Shakespeare & Drama
Shakespeare's father was a ___.
Shakespeare received basic education i…
Shakespeare received basic education i…
By the end of his life, Shakespeare ha…
shopkeeper
Latin
literature
property
Shakespeare's father was a ___.
shopkeeper
Shakespeare received basic education i…
Latin
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Accel. English ~ Greek Drama
Drama originated as a festival to ___.
A ___ was a building with a painted fa…
"___" is Greek for "to do".
"Dran" is Greek for "___".
Dionysus
skene
dran
to do
Drama originated as a festival to ___.
Dionysus
A ___ was a building with a painted fa…
skene
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Accel English 12 Final Review
Allegory
Alliteration
Allusion
Analogy
A type of writing in which a simple idea used to represent a…
repetition of a consonant sound
a casual reference to something or someone
similarity / connection made between two or more things that…
Allegory
A type of writing in which a simple idea used to represent a…
Alliteration
repetition of a consonant sound
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U9 Vocab Antonyms Accel
abate
adulation
anathema
astute
intensify, increase, magnify, wax
ridicule, derision, scorn, odium
benediction, blessing
obtuse, doltish, empty-headed, dumb
abate
intensify, increase, magnify, wax
adulation
ridicule, derision, scorn, odium
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Final English vocab accel
Behemoth
Bengin
Bucolic
Burnish
A huge monstrous creature
Blissful; rendering or making blessed
Characteristic of the countryside
To make smooth or glossy by polish
Behemoth
A huge monstrous creature
Bengin
Blissful; rendering or making blessed
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English I Accel.
allocate
assiduous
brash
chastise
to set a part or designated for a special purpose, to distrib…
persistent, attentive, diligent
prone to act in a hasty manner; impudent
to inflict physical punishment as a means of correction; to s…
allocate
to set a part or designated for a special purpose, to distrib…
assiduous
persistent, attentive, diligent
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Accel 9 Vocabulary
clamor
dispirited
retaliate
flay
(n: loud noise) a loud uproar, as from crowd of people
Dejected; discouraged; gloomy
(v.) to get revenge; to strike back for an injury
To whip or lash
clamor
(n: loud noise) a loud uproar, as from crowd of people
dispirited
Dejected; discouraged; gloomy
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Accel Vocab 9
Grimace
Curtail
Doting
Elicit
Scowl,frown,glower
Reduce, shorten, cut
Fond, adoring, loving
Evoke, provoke, cause
Grimace
Scowl,frown,glower
Curtail
Reduce, shorten, cut
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Accel. English Voc. Words
Affinity
Archaic
Banal
Candor
Spontaneous, feeling of closeness
Outdated
Dull
Honestly
Affinity
Spontaneous, feeling of closeness
Archaic
Outdated
25 terms
Accel Stems 9
path
a-
nomy
fid
feeling
not
law
faith
path
feeling
a-
not
10 terms
Accel English Vocabs 4
Invulnerable (invulnerableness - N)
Malevolent (malevolence - N)
Nonchalant (nonchalance - N)
Omniscient (omniscience - N)
Impossible to harm or damage
Having or showing a wish to do evil to others
Having an air of easy unconcern or indifference
All knowing
Invulnerable (invulnerableness - N)
Impossible to harm or damage
Malevolent (malevolence - N)
Having or showing a wish to do evil to others
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ACCEL ENGLISH 10
Diatribe
Offal
Parley
Fray
(N.) bitter, verbal attack
(N.) waste parts especially of a butchered animal; rubbish
(N.) a conference, especially between enemies
(N.) a disorderly or protracted fight, struggle or dispute
Diatribe
(N.) bitter, verbal attack
Offal
(N.) waste parts especially of a butchered animal; rubbish
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Accel English 9B
Atone
Devoid
Replete
Mammoth
V. To make amends
Adj. Extremely without; lacking
Adj. Full or supplied to the utmost; gorge
Adj. Huge, Gigantic
Atone
V. To make amends
Devoid
Adj. Extremely without; lacking
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English 1 accel vocab
dic, dict
flu, flux, fluct
sequ,secut
fid, fidel
say, speak, tell, word
flow
follow
faith, trust
dic, dict
say, speak, tell, word
flu, flux, fluct
flow
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English Vocab Accel 11
misgivings
vicissitudes
apprehension
amiability
(n.) doubts, uncertainties, reservations
A change or variation; unexpected changes in life
anxiety or fear that something bad or unpleasant will happen
a disposition to be friendly and approachable (easy to talk to)
misgivings
(n.) doubts, uncertainties, reservations
vicissitudes
A change or variation; unexpected changes in life
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Accel English Vocab 2
disavow
duplicitous
ignominy
impugn
to disclaim knowledge of, connection with, or responsibility…
deceptive in behavior or speech; marked or characterized by d…
state of disgrace, dishonor, or shame; disgraceful, shameful,…
to question truthfulness or validity of a statement; to attac…
disavow
to disclaim knowledge of, connection with, or responsibility…
duplicitous
deceptive in behavior or speech; marked or characterized by d…
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English Accel. Period 5
construe
culpable
delineate
expound
to interpret
(adj.) deserving blame, worthy of condemnation
To describe accurately
to explain in detail; to clarify
construe
to interpret
culpable
(adj.) deserving blame, worthy of condemnation
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English Accel Vocabulary #1
abdicated
allude
blithe
chagrin
synoynm: relinguish
synonym: insinuate
antonym: morose, despondent
synonym: vexation
abdicated
synoynm: relinguish
allude
synonym: insinuate
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Accel. English ~ Shakespeare Memorization
Now is the winter of our discontent
Made glorious summer by this son of Yo…
And all the clouds that loured upon ou…
In the deep bosom of the ocean buried.
...
...
...
...
Now is the winter of our discontent
...
Made glorious summer by this son of Yo…
...
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Accel. English ~ Myth V
There was a saying in Athens: "Nothing…
___ was the son of the Athenian king A…
Theseus was the son of the Athenian ki…
Theseus and Hercules were ___.
Theseus
Theseus
Aegeus
cousins
There was a saying in Athens: "Nothing…
Theseus
___ was the son of the Athenian king A…
Theseus
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Accel English Week 1
Divulge
Abet
Ardor
Dogmatic
To tell or reveal usually a secret
Assist or Encourage in wrongdoing
Feeling of Eagerness
Stubborn about ones belief
Divulge
To tell or reveal usually a secret
Abet
Assist or Encourage in wrongdoing
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Accel. English ~ Myth II
Hermes' father was ___.
Hermes' mother was ___.
What did Hermes wear on his feet?
Hermes was very ___ and swift of motion.
Zeus
Maia
winged sandals
graceful
Hermes' father was ___.
Zeus
Hermes' mother was ___.
Maia
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Accel. English vocab 1
Circumspect (adj.)
Abstract (adj.)
Defunct (adj.)
Succinct (adj.)
Cautious; heedful of situations and potential consequences.
Difficult to understand; impersonal; theoretical.
Dead or inactive; having creased to exist
Brief and to the point; concise and terse
Circumspect (adj.)
Cautious; heedful of situations and potential consequences.
Abstract (adj.)
Difficult to understand; impersonal; theoretical.
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English 3 Accel. Vocab
Etherial
Misgiving
Disreputable
Abject
light, airy; delicate or refined; heavenly or celestial
a feeling of doubt, mistrust, or uncertainty
lacking respectability of character or behavior
low; miserable; wretched
Etherial
light, airy; delicate or refined; heavenly or celestial
Misgiving
a feeling of doubt, mistrust, or uncertainty
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Chap. 9 Accel. Geometry
Rectangle A
Rectangle P
Square A
Square P
A=Lw
P=2L+2w
A=Lw
P=4s
Rectangle A
A=Lw
Rectangle P
P=2L+2w
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Accel. English Voc. 5
profligate
resolute
salient
superfluous
(adj.) recklessly extravagant or wasteful in the use of resou…
(adj.) admirably purposeful, determined, and unwaveringg
(adj.) most noticeable or important
(adj.) unnecessary, especially through being more than enough
profligate
(adj.) recklessly extravagant or wasteful in the use of resou…
resolute
(adj.) admirably purposeful, determined, and unwaveringg
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Accel English Week 2
Disabuse
Heresy
Audit
Motely
To free someone from believing something false
The act of holding a belief that goes against established doc…
To check accuracy/financial records
Made up of dissimilar parts (many colors)
Disabuse
To free someone from believing something false
Heresy
The act of holding a belief that goes against established doc…
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Accel English Vocab 4
archaic
efficacious
judicious
penchant
from a much earlier or ancient period of history; very old-fa…
(of things, not of people) producing the result that was want…
careful and sensible; showing good judgement ... Some dishes wou…
a strong inclination, taste, or liking for something ... From a…
archaic
from a much earlier or ancient period of history; very old-fa…
efficacious
(of things, not of people) producing the result that was want…
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