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English: The Crucible Act 3
Judge Hathorne
Deputy Governor Danforth
1. As this act opens, what accusations…
2. What news do we learn about Rebecca…
He is a judge presiding over the Salem witch trails along wit…
He is the head judge of the Salem witch trials. He thinks he…
Giles Corey accuses that Thomas Putnam has been killing his n…
She was condemned to hang because she was accused to witchcra…
Judge Hathorne
He is a judge presiding over the Salem witch trails along wit…
Deputy Governor Danforth
He is the head judge of the Salem witch trials. He thinks he…
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English The Crucible Act 3
Why do Giles and Francis want to talk…
What is Parrris's argument against Pro…
What does Mary tell Danforth
When Danforth hears that Elizabeth is…
because they want to save their wives
mischief, also says he is trying to overrule the court
that they never saw any spirits, this was a lie
he lets Proctor to keep her home for another year until she h…
Why do Giles and Francis want to talk…
because they want to save their wives
What is Parrris's argument against Pro…
mischief, also says he is trying to overrule the court
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English the Crucible act 3
Martha Corey
John Harthone
John Harthone
John Harthone
appears before Judge Harthone and denies being a witch; says…
Judge during the Salem Witch Trials and is eager to convict t…
tries to get Mary Warren to faint at will
questions Martha Corey about what a witch is
Martha Corey
appears before Judge Harthone and denies being a witch; says…
John Harthone
Judge during the Salem Witch Trials and is eager to convict t…
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The Crucible (act 3)- English
contentious
depostition
imperceptible
anonymity
argumentative
the testimony of a witness made under oath; but not in court
barely noticable
condition of being unknown
contentious
argumentative
depostition
the testimony of a witness made under oath; but not in court
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English Crucible Act 3 Quotes
Giles
Francis Nurse
Danforth
Proctor
"Thomas Putnam is reaching out for land!"
"Excellency, we have proof for your eyes; god forbid you shut…
"I judge nothing. I tell you straight, Mister- I have seen ma…
"But if she say she is pregnant, then she must be! That woman…
Giles
"Thomas Putnam is reaching out for land!"
Francis Nurse
"Excellency, we have proof for your eyes; god forbid you shut…
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English Vocab (TheCrucibleAct3)
daft
contentious
contemptuous
audible
crazy; foolish; stupid
quarrelsome
scornful; disdainful
able to be heard
daft
crazy; foolish; stupid
contentious
quarrelsome
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The Crucible Act 3
Condemn
Deceived
Deposition
Contention
Declared to be guilty of wrongdoings
Fooled with lies
Statement given to the court
Claim
Condemn
Declared to be guilty of wrongdoings
Deceived
Fooled with lies
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Act 3 Vocabulary "The Crucible"
Beckon
Imperceptible
Discontent
Befuddle
To summon or signal typically with a wave or nod
Extremely slight, gradual, or subtle
Dissatisfaction
Confuse
Beckon
To summon or signal typically with a wave or nod
Imperceptible
Extremely slight, gradual, or subtle
English Fun. III Vocab List #4 The Crucible Act 3&4
Allegiance (N.)
Anonymous (ADJ.)
Audible (ADJ.)
Incredulous (ADJ.)
loyalty to a person, country, or group
not named or identified
heard or capable of being heard
not able or willing to believe something
Allegiance (N.)
loyalty to a person, country, or group
Anonymous (ADJ.)
not named or identified
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The Crucible - Act 3 Vocabulary
anonymity
baffled
disruption
dutiful
the state of being unknown-"The donor requested that we respe…
defeated by confusion or puzzlement; frustrated; disconcerted…
something that breaks someone's concentration; bothersome; an…
respectful, obedient -"The ________ soldier stayed by his com…
anonymity
the state of being unknown-"The donor requested that we respe…
baffled
defeated by confusion or puzzlement; frustrated; disconcerted…
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3. The Crucible: Act III
Slovenly
Imperceptible
Anonymity
Effrontery
untidy, dirty, careless... Adjective/Adverb
barely noticeable... Adjective
condition of being nameless or unknown... Noun
audacious (even arrogant) behavior that you have no right to…
Slovenly
untidy, dirty, careless... Adjective/Adverb
Imperceptible
barely noticeable... Adjective
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English - Crucible Act 3
abundant
auger
deposition
effrontery
having plenty of something
a tool for digging holes in the ground
the act of giving sworn evidence, like a testimony
impertinent (rude) behavior
abundant
having plenty of something
auger
a tool for digging holes in the ground
English Vocab for The Crucible Act 3
Wrath
Charity
Affidavit
Deposition
Anger
Kindness
A sworn statement
A official statement
Wrath
Anger
Charity
Kindness
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English 3- The Crucible Act 3
daft (adj.)
contentious (adj.)
contemptuous (adj.)
audible (adj.)
crazy; foolish; stupid
quarrelsome
scornful; disdainful
able to be heard
daft (adj.)
crazy; foolish; stupid
contentious (adj.)
quarrelsome
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The Crucible - Act 3 Vocabulary
anonymity
baffled
perjury
befuddled
the state of being unknown-"The donor requested that we respe…
defeated by confusion or puzzlement; frustrated; disconcerted…
Lying under oath-"The witness committed _______ when he lied…
unable to think clearly- "Math classes __________me when I wa…
anonymity
the state of being unknown-"The donor requested that we respe…
baffled
defeated by confusion or puzzlement; frustrated; disconcerted…
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The Crucible Act 3
Condemn
Deceived
Deposition
Contention
Declared to be guilty of wrongdoings
Fooled with lies
Statement given to the court
Claim
Condemn
Declared to be guilty of wrongdoings
Deceived
Fooled with lies
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The Crucible Act 3 Vocabulary
contentious
prodigious
effrontery
confounded
(adj.) argumentative; quarrelsome
(adj.) extraordinary and impressive in bulk, quantity, or deg…
(n.) extreme and shameless boldness; presumptuousness; audacity
(v. or adj.) bewildered; confused; perplexed
contentious
(adj.) argumentative; quarrelsome
prodigious
(adj.) extraordinary and impressive in bulk, quantity, or deg…
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English vocab act 3 the crucible
Daft
Contentious
Contemptuous
Audible
Crazy; foolish; stupid
Quarelsome
Scornful; disdainful
Able to be heard
Daft
Crazy; foolish; stupid
Contentious
Quarelsome
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English the crucible act 3 vocab
Vestry
Remorseless
Wrath
Contentious
Elective body
Without mercy or pity
Punishment for an offense or crime
Controversial
Vestry
Elective body
Remorseless
Without mercy or pity
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English- The Crucible, Act 3 Vocab
propriety
congregation
quavering
conjured
the standard of what is socially acceptable in conduct and sp…
an assembly of people met for worship
to speak in tremulous tones
to practice magic, summon sorcery, practice sleight of hand
propriety
the standard of what is socially acceptable in conduct and sp…
congregation
an assembly of people met for worship
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The Crucible Act 3
Condemn
Deceived
Deposition
Contention
Declared to be guilty of wrongdoings
Fooled with lies
Statement given to the court
Claim
Condemn
Declared to be guilty of wrongdoings
Deceived
Fooled with lies
Crucible Act 3 Vocab
Abundant
Auger
Deposition
Effrontery
existing or available in large quantities; plentiful
a tool with a helical bit for boring holes in wood.
Written statement ; a formal, usually written, statement to b…
a very confident attitude or way of behaving that is shocking…
Abundant
existing or available in large quantities; plentiful
Auger
a tool with a helical bit for boring holes in wood.
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The Crucible Act 3 Vocabulary Terms
Abundant
Wrath
Affidavit
Deposition
marked by great plenty
retributory punishment for an offense or a crime
a sworn statement in writing made especially under oath
testimony taken down in writing under oath
Abundant
marked by great plenty
Wrath
retributory punishment for an offense or a crime
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English Vocab The Crucible Act 3
Condemn
Lefty
Bewilder
Amerliorate
the judge someone as guilty
Acting with an arrogant or superior manner
to confuse or puzzle
to improve or make something better or unfair or unfairness o…
Condemn
the judge someone as guilty
Lefty
Acting with an arrogant or superior manner
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The Crucible Act 3
congregation
deposition
immaculate
misgivings
a gathering of people
testimony under oath
perfectly clean
doubts or uncertainties
congregation
a gathering of people
deposition
testimony under oath
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Heiner English 3 The Crucible Act IV Review
Where does Act 4 begin?
With whom did Abigail disappear?
What rebellion is in Andover?
What clattered at the ground when Parr…
Jail cell
Mercy Lewis
The people have overthrown the court.
dagger
Where does Act 4 begin?
Jail cell
With whom did Abigail disappear?
Mercy Lewis
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Crucible Vocabulary Act 3
affidavit
immaculate
qualm
callously
a written declaration upon oath, official court document
clean, spotless
misgiving, a feeling of uneasiness about a point
hardening, in a manner of showing no emotion
affidavit
a written declaration upon oath, official court document
immaculate
clean, spotless
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English Vocab. "The Crucible" Act 3
contentious
contemptuous
deposition
prodigiuos
causing or likely to cause an argument; controversial
showing contempt; scornful, disrespectful
formal statement of truth given in court
remarkably or impressively great in extent, size, or degree
contentious
causing or likely to cause an argument; controversial
contemptuous
showing contempt; scornful, disrespectful
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English 3 The Crucible act 1
John Proctor
John Proctor
Mary Warren
Parris
Had an affair with Abigail
Is married to Elizabeth Proctor
Proctors servant
Abigail is the niece of
John Proctor
Had an affair with Abigail
John Proctor
Is married to Elizabeth Proctor
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The Crucible Act 3
noun
verb
adjective
vile
A person, place, thing, or idea
An action word
A word that describes a noun
(adj) morally reprehensible
noun
A person, place, thing, or idea
verb
An action word
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The Crucible (Act 2) - English 3
ameliorate
avid
blasphemy
crone
To improve or make better
Showing eagerness for dedication to, or interest in something
Disrespect for God or other sacred things
A derogatory term referring to a woman's old age or appearance
ameliorate
To improve or make better
avid
Showing eagerness for dedication to, or interest in something
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English: Act 3 & 4 The Crucible
"Thomas Putnam is reaching out for lan…
"It is my third wife, sir; I never had…
"We have proof of it, sir. They are al…
"John Proctor, sir. Elizabeth Proctor…
Giles Corey
Giles Corey
Francis Nurse
John Proctor
"Thomas Putnam is reaching out for lan…
Giles Corey
"It is my third wife, sir; I never had…
Giles Corey
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Heiner English 3 The Crucible Act 2
What is "wintery" about the home at th…
What is John's response to Elizabeth's…
Explain the metaphor of the "everlasti…
How is Abigail a "saint" in the procee…
The marriage of John and Elizabeth is a little cold right now…
He is mad, aggravated, and thinks she's judging him.
He means Elizabeth won't let go of what he did and won't forg…
No one knows about the affair with her and John Proctor and s…
What is "wintery" about the home at th…
The marriage of John and Elizabeth is a little cold right now…
What is John's response to Elizabeth's…
He is mad, aggravated, and thinks she's judging him.
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The Crucible Act 3 Vocabulary
daft
contentious
contempt
deposition
(adj) silly
(adj) controversial
(n) the feeling that a person or thing is worthless
(n) interrogation of a witness
daft
(adj) silly
contentious
(adj) controversial
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English 3 The Crucible Act 3 Vocabulary
Hysteria
Uproar
Deviation
Allied
Manic or irritional.
A violent disturbance and noise.
Turning aside from the right way.
To be on one side.
Hysteria
Manic or irritional.
Uproar
A violent disturbance and noise.
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The Crucible Act 3- 10A
undermine
imperceptible
discontent
befuddle
to destroy or hinder normal operations
difficult to realize or see, hard to tell
unhappy, upset
to confuse
undermine
to destroy or hinder normal operations
imperceptible
difficult to realize or see, hard to tell
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Vocabulary list #3: The Crucible Act II - English 3-4
blasphemy (n.)
deference (n.)
evasive (adj.)
indignant (adj.)
insulting or showing contempt for God's name.
respect and esteem due a superior or an elder
the tendency to avoid answering directly; dodging questions.
showing anger caused by something unjust, unworthy, or mean.
blasphemy (n.)
insulting or showing contempt for God's name.
deference (n.)
respect and esteem due a superior or an elder
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The Crucible-Act 3
contention
vile
deceive
deposition
assertion; claim; thesis
morally reprehensible
cause someone to believe in an untruth
a pretrial interrogation of a witness
contention
assertion; claim; thesis
vile
morally reprehensible
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English Act 3 Crucible
when the third act begins, who is on t…
who bursts into court and why?
what does mary warren tell the court?
what does cheever say that proctor did…
martha corey and witchcraft
giles corey, and to claim evidence for the crowd to save his…
everyone is lying
tore the warrant and damned the court
when the third act begins, who is on t…
martha corey and witchcraft
who bursts into court and why?
giles corey, and to claim evidence for the crowd to save his…
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The Crucible Act 3 Quiz
Why does Giles and Francis want to see…
What does Mary tell Danforth?
What is Parris' argument against Proct…
What did the paper that 91 people sign…
They want to prove that their wives are good women.
The girls are pretending and lying about seeing people with t…
Parris says that Proctor is trying to overthrow the court.
That the wives of Proctor, Nurse, and Giles are good women wi…
Why does Giles and Francis want to see…
They want to prove that their wives are good women.
What does Mary tell Danforth?
The girls are pretending and lying about seeing people with t…
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CRUCIBLE ACT 3 VOCBAULARY
SCORN
BEFUDDLE
PRODIGIOUS
EFFRONTERY
REJECT WITH CONTEMPT
BE CONFUSING OR PERPLEXING TO CAUSE TO BE UNABLE TO THINK CLE…
FAR BEYOND WHAT IS USUALLY IN MAGNITUDE OR DEGREE
AUDACIOUS (EVEN ARROGANT) BEHAVIOR THAT YOU HAVE NO RIGHT TO
SCORN
REJECT WITH CONTEMPT
BEFUDDLE
BE CONFUSING OR PERPLEXING TO CAUSE TO BE UNABLE TO THINK CLE…
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Crucible Act 3 vocabulary
dramatic irony
verbal irony
contentious
deposition
a contradiction between what a character thinks and what the…
when a character says one thing but means something quite dif…
argumentative
the testimony of a witness made under oath but not in open co…
dramatic irony
a contradiction between what a character thinks and what the…
verbal irony
when a character says one thing but means something quite dif…
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Act 3 Vocabulary The Crucible
contentious
prodigious
effrontery
confounded
(adj.) argumentative; quarrelsome
(adj.) extraordinary and impressive in bulk, quantity, or deg…
(n.) extreme and shameless boldness; presumptuousness; audacity
(v. or adj.) bewildered; confused; perplexed
contentious
(adj.) argumentative; quarrelsome
prodigious
(adj.) extraordinary and impressive in bulk, quantity, or deg…
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The Crucible Act 3
What does Giles Corey accuse Putnam of…
What do we learn about Rebecca Nurse?
Who accused John Proctor of trying to…
What news does Danforth reveal about E…
Making his daughter accuse people of being a witch so he can…
She has been found guilty of witchcraft and has been sentence…
Parris
She is pregnant
What does Giles Corey accuse Putnam of…
Making his daughter accuse people of being a witch so he can…
What do we learn about Rebecca Nurse?
She has been found guilty of witchcraft and has been sentence…
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English 3A Lesson 3 The Crucible Act 1
It is where the devil resides.
the stability of his position in the t…
as a precaution only since Reverend Ha…
Agree to the story that everyone was o…
How do the Salem Puritans feel about the forest that surround…
At the beginning of the play, Reverend Parris is worried abou…
Parris summons Reverend Hale to Salem
At the end of scene one, what does Abigail force the other gi…
It is where the devil resides.
How do the Salem Puritans feel about the forest that surround…
the stability of his position in the t…
At the beginning of the play, Reverend Parris is worried abou…
English Fun. III Vocab List #3 "The Crucible" Act 2
compensate (v.)
Concede (V.)
Contempt (N.)
Falter (V.)
to give money or something else of value in return for someth…
to surrender
a feeling that someone or something is not worthy of any resp…
to begin to fail or to weaken
compensate (v.)
to give money or something else of value in return for someth…
Concede (V.)
to surrender
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Crucible Act 3 - English
Imperceptible
Plaintiff
Effrontery
Qualm
(Adj) not noiceable
(N) complaining party in a lawsuit
(N) shameless boldness
(N) misgiving; doubt
Imperceptible
(Adj) not noiceable
Plaintiff
(N) complaining party in a lawsuit
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English; Crucible Act 3
abundant
aguger
deposition
effrontery
an excess amount
a hand tool used to make holes
a witness's testimony given under oath
shameless or arrogant behavior
abundant
an excess amount
aguger
a hand tool used to make holes
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The Crucible Act 3 - Questions
Why does Giles say that he "broke char…
In what sense does the Corey's situati…
How has Rev. Hale changed since we las…
Why is mary warren's testimony critica…
he told her she was reading books so he didn't trust her.
they both feel guilty about betrayel
he's on the side of the doubted and sees the past all the gir…
she knows the truth on what they did in the forest
Why does Giles say that he "broke char…
he told her she was reading books so he didn't trust her.
In what sense does the Corey's situati…
they both feel guilty about betrayel
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English crucible act 3
Daft
Contentious
Contemptuous
Audible
Crazy Foolish Stupid
Quarrelsome
Scornful disdainful
Able to be heard
Daft
Crazy Foolish Stupid
Contentious
Quarrelsome
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