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new total english upper intermediate - wb 8-9 eng-eng
non-stop
drives me mad
cost a bomb
tarrifs
all the time
makes me very angry
very expensive
prices for using a service
non-stop
all the time
drives me mad
makes me very angry
31 terms
SUPPORT ENGLISH CLASS ENG/ENG
grammar
explain
practice
verbs
the rules about how words change their form and combine with…
to make something clear or easy to understand by describing o…
training
words that describe actions, experience or conditions (for ex…
grammar
the rules about how words change their form and combine with…
explain
to make something clear or easy to understand by describing o…
10 terms
Eng 9 Lesson 9
conspiracy
lethal
advocate
preposterous
a plot or secret plan
deadly; causing or capable of causing death
one who argues for a cause; defender; to support or recommend
contrary to nature, reason, or common sense; absurd; foolish
conspiracy
a plot or secret plan
lethal
deadly; causing or capable of causing death
20 terms
Eng 9 Vocab 9
acquisitive
arbitrary
deliberate
desultory
strongly desiring to acquire or possess; grasping
determined by chance or whim rather than by necessity, reason…
not hastily determined; careful in deciding
rambling; jumping around from one thing to another
acquisitive
strongly desiring to acquire or possess; grasping
arbitrary
determined by chance or whim rather than by necessity, reason…
41 terms
English (eng)
COMPUTER GENERATED IMAGERY
COLORIZATION
CLOSE-UP
CLAYMATION
The use of 3D graphics and technology to enhance special effe…
...
A shot in which the subject is larger than the frame, reveali…
Filming of figures and models constructed out of moldable mat…
COMPUTER GENERATED IMAGERY
The use of 3D graphics and technology to enhance special effe…
COLORIZATION
...
16 terms
English Year Final (Accl. Eng. 9)
Fiction
Novels and short stories
Plot, character, setting, theme
Plot
A literary work that is mostly made-up (imaginative); however…
The two major types of fiction
The four basic elements of fiction
The sequence of events in a story, or a series of related eve…
Fiction
A literary work that is mostly made-up (imaginative); however…
Novels and short stories
The two major types of fiction
20 terms
Sustainability Vocab-9 (Eng-Eng)
lethal
dam
silt
avert
...
...
...
...
lethal
...
dam
...
10 terms
Eng 9 Lesson 5
agitation
aloof
benefactor
plaintive
a state of anxiety or nervous excitement
distant; standoffish
a person who gives money or other help to a person or cause
expressing sadness or sorrow; melancholy
agitation
a state of anxiety or nervous excitement
aloof
distant; standoffish
10 terms
Eng 9 Lesson 3
amity
chivalry
devout
hereditary
friendship or friendly relationship
the combination of qualities expected of an ideal knight, esp…
deeply religious, earnest, or sincere
of or passed down by inheritance from an ancestor; transmitte…
amity
friendship or friendly relationship
chivalry
the combination of qualities expected of an ideal knight, esp…
10 terms
Eng 9 Lesson 7
granular
metamorphosis
carnivorous
flora
grainy; containing grains
a transformation achieved by natural or magical means
flesh-eating
plants
granular
grainy; containing grains
metamorphosis
a transformation achieved by natural or magical means
10 terms
Eng 9 Lesson 2
belligerent
havoc
recede
meander
inclined or eager to fight; hostile or aggressive
great destruction or chaos
to go back; to withdraw
to wander aimlessly
belligerent
inclined or eager to fight; hostile or aggressive
havoc
great destruction or chaos
10 terms
Eng 9 Lesson 4
citadel
emissary
entice
garb
a fortress
person sent on a mission to represent others
to tempt, lure, or attract
clothing or dress, especially of a distinctive or special kind
citadel
a fortress
emissary
person sent on a mission to represent others
10 terms
Eng 9 Lesson 6
docile
sinister
unscrupulous
seethe
easily taught; obedient; easy to handle
threatening trouble or bad luck; evil; disastrous
dishonest; having no sense of right and wrong
to boil; to bubble and foam; to be excited or disturbed
docile
easily taught; obedient; easy to handle
sinister
threatening trouble or bad luck; evil; disastrous
10 terms
Eng 9 Lesson 13
implement
surmount
adversary
wrangle
a tool; to carry out
to overcome
enemy
a noisy brawl; to herd
implement
a tool; to carry out
surmount
to overcome
10 terms
Eng 9 Lesson 11
bland
contemptible
ideally
chronic
soothing, mild, dull
despicable; hateful; low
perfectly; in theory
lasting a long time; constant; habitual
bland
soothing, mild, dull
contemptible
despicable; hateful; low
10 terms
Eng 9 Lesson 10
plaintiff
credentials
larceny
quorum
a person who initiates a lawsuits
a written evidence showing that a person has a right to a cer…
theft
the minimum number of members needed at a meeting to make off…
plaintiff
a person who initiates a lawsuits
credentials
a written evidence showing that a person has a right to a cer…
10 terms
Eng 9 Lesson 12
gaudy
jovial
extroverts
abhor
tastelessly cheap and showy; flashy
full of playful good humor; genial and jolly
a person who is outgoing and interested in others
to feel hatred or disgust toward something; to loathe; to rej…
gaudy
tastelessly cheap and showy; flashy
jovial
full of playful good humor; genial and jolly
21 terms
Eng 9 - Literary Devices
alliteration
allegory
hyperbole
Imagery
words are used in quick succession and begin with letters tha…
a symbolism the meaning of a greater concept is conveyed with…
the author uses specific words or phrases that exaggerate and…
The author uses words and phrases to create "mental images"fo…
alliteration
words are used in quick succession and begin with letters tha…
allegory
a symbolism the meaning of a greater concept is conveyed with…
10 terms
Eng 9 Lesson 8
attribute
bizarre
horde
humanitarian
to think of something as belonging to or coming from someone…
odd; fantastic; grotesque; unusual
a crowd; wandering group of tribe; to swarm or gather in a cr…
concerned with human welfare; a person devoted to helping hum…
attribute
to think of something as belonging to or coming from someone…
bizarre
odd; fantastic; grotesque; unusual
15 terms
English class eng = eng
Flatmates
Mopping
Lodger
Mach up
Colocataire
Épongeant (éponger)
Locataire
Melanger
Flatmates
Colocataire
Mopping
Épongeant (éponger)
24 terms
Unit 9 eng-eng
admit
advertise
brand
budget
SOMETHING BAD to agree that you did something bad, or that so…
TRY TO SELL to tell people about a product or service, for ex…
PRODUCT a product that is made by a particular company
AMOUNT the amount of money you have for something
admit
SOMETHING BAD to agree that you did something bad, or that so…
advertise
TRY TO SELL to tell people about a product or service, for ex…
20 terms
Eng 9 Vocab 7
digressive
disagreement
disapprove
disavowal
straying from the main topic; rambling
a difference of opinion
to object to; to have a low or unfavorable opinion of
denial; disclaiming responsibility for
digressive
straying from the main topic; rambling
disagreement
a difference of opinion
20 terms
Eng 9 Vocab 6
atmospheric
bleak
countless
crescent
having to do with the mass of air that surrounds the earth
barren; desolate
unlimited; infinite
characterized by a curved, semi-circular shape
atmospheric
having to do with the mass of air that surrounds the earth
bleak
barren; desolate
20 terms
Eng 9 Vocab 5
adaptable
captivity
chameleon
cottonwood
capable of changing or adjusting
confinement
a lizard that is able to change its color
a tree having soft, white, downy clusters of seeds
adaptable
capable of changing or adjusting
captivity
confinement
20 terms
Eng 9 Vocab 4
algae
asteroid
cellular
combustion
simple plants found in water, such as seaweed or pond scum
any of the small, celestial bodies orbiting the sun mainly be…
having to do with or consisting of cells
the act of burning
algae
simple plants found in water, such as seaweed or pond scum
asteroid
any of the small, celestial bodies orbiting the sun mainly be…
11 terms
ENG-English Words
Verb
Noun
Adjective
Preposition
A doing word
A naming word
A describing word
A placeholder
Verb
A doing word
Noun
A naming word
25 terms
Advanced Unit 9 Vocabulary - Eng-Eng
blow the whistle on
boost
buy into something
clam up
to ​bring something to the ​attention of other ​people in ​or…
to increase
to buy a ​part of a ​business in ​order to have some ​control…
to ​become ​silent ​suddenly, usually because you are ​embarr…
blow the whistle on
to ​bring something to the ​attention of other ​people in ​or…
boost
to increase
5C - Modals (Eng-Eng) - American English File 2B
She doesn't have to...
You don't have to...
She has to...
You have to...
It expresses lack of obligation (third person).
It expresses lack of obligation.
It expresses strong obligation (third person).
It expresses strong obligation.
She doesn't have to...
It expresses lack of obligation (third person).
You don't have to...
It expresses lack of obligation.
12 terms
ENG 9 11/7
to suspend until a later stated time
a resident of another country
pleasing to the sight
to repay for service rendered
adjourn
alien
comely
compensate
to suspend until a later stated time
adjourn
a resident of another country
alien
12 terms
ENG 9 12/5
to bring under complete control
tease by arousing expectations
to soil, stain, or tarnish
abruptly concise
subjugate
tantalize
sully
terse
to bring under complete control
subjugate
tease by arousing expectations
tantalize
11 terms
eng 9 vocab 2
renounce
pronouncement
invoke
provocative
reject... To give up or resign something
a declaration of opinion; judgement
to call on for support
Causing disturbance or excitement
renounce
reject... To give up or resign something
pronouncement
a declaration of opinion; judgement
10 terms
Eng 9 Lesson 28
alteration
initiative
irretrievable
amends
a change
a first step
unable to be retrieved or put right
something done to make up for an insult, wrong, or injury
alteration
a change
initiative
a first step
12 terms
ENG 9 10/17
cumbersome
deadlock
debris
diffuse
The dresser was very _________________________.
The two girls were in a ____________________ and couldn't agr…
The tornado left behind a ton of ________________.
The particles ___________________ through the air.
cumbersome
The dresser was very _________________________.
deadlock
The two girls were in a ____________________ and couldn't agr…
20 terms
Eng 12 Vocab 9
affidavit
annul
arbitration
bequeath
a sworn, written statement
to make legally invalid or void
the process of deciding or settling a conflict
to leave or hand down by will
affidavit
a sworn, written statement
annul
to make legally invalid or void
12 terms
ENG 9 11/28
undecipherable
a scoffing or taunting remark
highly profitable
oridnary
illegible
jeer
lucrative
mediocre
undecipherable
illegible
a scoffing or taunting remark
jeer
10 terms
Eng 9 Lesson 21
statute
asterisk
brochure
discredit
a law, rule, or regulation
a star-like mark (*), often used to indicate a footnote
a pamphlet
to fail to believe; to cause doubt; to damage the reputation…
statute
a law, rule, or regulation
asterisk
a star-like mark (*), often used to indicate a footnote
10 terms
Eng 9 Lesson 20
inaudible
predominant
mimic
discretion
unable to be heard
of first importance; most frequent; overruling
one who imitates another; to make fun of by imitating or copy…
good judgment; wise caution; individual freedom to judge
inaudible
unable to be heard
predominant
of first importance; most frequent; overruling
10 terms
Eng 9 Lesson 25
frenzied
haphazard
dubious
grueling
excited
random
questionable
exhausting
frenzied
excited
haphazard
random
10 terms
Eng 9 Lesson 18
figurative
intensive
metaphor
adage
not literally true; using a figure of speech
thorough, deep; showing great effort; concentrated
a figure of speech that contains an implied comparison
an old saying; proverb
figurative
not literally true; using a figure of speech
intensive
thorough, deep; showing great effort; concentrated
10 terms
Eng 9 Lesson 27
nimble
connive
raucous
convey
light and quick
to scheme
rowdy
to transfer from one person/place to another
nimble
light and quick
connive
to scheme
20 terms
Eng 9 Vocab 8
allude
apprehend
cogitate
confirm
to refer to indirectly
to understand; to perceive
to think over carefully
to assure the validity of; to verify
allude
to refer to indirectly
apprehend
to understand; to perceive
10 terms
Eng 9 Lesson 16
buoyant
incandescent
benign
murky
able to float; able to bounce back after a setback; cheerful
glowing with intense heat; very bright; describing a lightbul…
not harmful; gentle; good-natured
dark; gloomy; misty; hard to understand
buoyant
able to float; able to bounce back after a setback; cheerful
incandescent
glowing with intense heat; very bright; describing a lightbul…
12 terms
ENG 9 10/31
to let someone else have your power, p…
to make sure that you do not lose some…
convulsive
not genuine
relinquish
salvage
spasmodic
spurious
to let someone else have your power, p…
relinquish
to make sure that you do not lose some…
salvage
12 terms
ENG 9 11/14
irregular
forcible ejection
a movement made in order to deceive an…
feed for livestock, especially chopped…
erratic
expulsion
feint
fodder
irregular
erratic
forcible ejection
expulsion
12 terms
eng 9
disdain
guile
beguiling
vile
Scorn... Contempt
Deceit or trickery
charming
Extremely unpleasant
disdain
Scorn... Contempt
guile
Deceit or trickery
10 terms
Eng 9 Lesson 22
denounce
galvanize
bilingual
deficient
to inform against
to shock or excite a person, typically into taking action
able to use two languages well
incomplete
denounce
to inform against
galvanize
to shock or excite a person, typically into taking action
10 terms
Eng 9 Lesson 19
oratory
ovation
replica
encore
skillful public speaking
an enthusiastic applause
a copy
a further performance given on demand
oratory
skillful public speaking
ovation
an enthusiastic applause
20 terms
Vocab 11 ENG 9
absentee
authoritarian
autonomous
civic
pertaining to one who is not present
dictatorial. characterized by a strict obedience to authority
self-ruling; self-governing
having to do with a city
absentee
pertaining to one who is not present
authoritarian
dictatorial. characterized by a strict obedience to authority
10 terms
Eng 9 Lesson 30
collateral
emerge
comply
expend
anything that guarantees the fulfillment of a loan; secondary
to become visible
to act in accordance with a request
to use up
collateral
anything that guarantees the fulfillment of a loan; secondary
emerge
to become visible
10 terms
Eng 9 Lesson 29
retract
surpass
agility
susceptible
to withdraw
to excel
ability to move quickly and easily
easily influenced
retract
to withdraw
surpass
to excel
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