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Poetry Terms English 1
imagery
tone
onomatopoeia
personification
description appealing to one or more of the 5 senses
the attitude the writer takes toward the subject
the use of words whose sound suggest their meaning
human qualities given to a non-human thing
imagery
description appealing to one or more of the 5 senses
tone
the attitude the writer takes toward the subject
39 terms
english 1 freshman english
analogy
imagery
irony
paradox
Comparing 2 unlike things like an apple to an orange
use of vivid figurative language for a picture
something unexpected happens
statement that seams absurd but could possibly be true
analogy
Comparing 2 unlike things like an apple to an orange
imagery
use of vivid figurative language for a picture
20 terms
English 1
Adulterate
Augment
Bereft
Ambidextrous
v.-to corrupt, make worse by addition of something of lesser…
v.-to make larger, increase... syn-supplement, amplify... ant-decre…
adj.-deprived of; made unhappy through loss... syn-bereaved... ant-…
adj.-able to use both hands equally well; very skillful;decei…
Adulterate
v.-to corrupt, make worse by addition of something of lesser…
Augment
v.-to make larger, increase... syn-supplement, amplify... ant-decre…
9 terms
English Vocabulary #1
Literary argument:
Paraphrase
Direct Quote
Transitions
an idea or opinion about literature that is clearly explained…
to put information into your own words
when you copy words or phrases exactly as they are written in…
words and phrases to help readers follow your ideas. Examples…
Literary argument:
an idea or opinion about literature that is clearly explained…
Paraphrase
to put information into your own words
24 terms
English 1
manifest
jockey
vigilance
impediment
Obvious, apparent, perceptible to the eye (adj); to show, mak…
A professional rider in horse race.
watchfulness
a hindrance or obstruction in doing something.
manifest
Obvious, apparent, perceptible to the eye (adj); to show, mak…
jockey
A professional rider in horse race.
15 terms
English 1
adversity
amicable
analyze
collaborate
Misfortune
(adj.) peaceable, friendly
examine
to work together
adversity
Misfortune
amicable
(adj.) peaceable, friendly
Unit 1.1 (English - English)
an acquaintance
a friend
an old friend
a boss
a person that you know, but not very well, or who isn't reall…
someone you know well and like, but who is not a member of yo…
a person who has been your friend for a long time
an employer or supervisor
an acquaintance
a person that you know, but not very well, or who isn't reall…
a friend
someone you know well and like, but who is not a member of yo…
10 terms
English 8 Vocabulary #1
diplomat
aspiration
salutation
foreword
n. a government representative; a person skillful in dealing…
n. great ambition; a breathing in; in medicine, the removal o…
n. a gesture of greeting; the opening greeting in a letter
n. a book's introduction; a preface
diplomat
n. a government representative; a person skillful in dealing…
aspiration
n. great ambition; a breathing in; in medicine, the removal o…
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English 1 - Greek Roots
geo
hydr/o
port
sphere
earth, soil, global
liquid, water
carry
round, ball
geo
earth, soil, global
hydr/o
liquid, water
10 terms
English 1
Abbreviation
Apostrophe
Capitalize
Colon
A shortened form of a word or phrase used in place of the who…
A punctuation mark used in a possessive (e.g., Maria's pen) o…
To make the first letter of a word an uppercase letter
A punctuation mark used before a list of items: before a long…
Abbreviation
A shortened form of a word or phrase used in place of the who…
Apostrophe
A punctuation mark used in a possessive (e.g., Maria's pen) o…
english #1
alliteration
allusion
foreshadowing
hyperbole
repetition of the same or very similar consonants
reference to a statement, person, or thing
the use of clues to hint on later events
figure of speech that uses exaggeration
alliteration
repetition of the same or very similar consonants
allusion
reference to a statement, person, or thing
English 1
Flail
Squall
Contortion
Implore
to strike out or swing wildly; to thrash about (V)
brief, violent storm (N)
the twisting of something (like a body part) (N)
to beg urgently (V)
Flail
to strike out or swing wildly; to thrash about (V)
Squall
brief, violent storm (N)
16 terms
English #1
Justice
Pledge
Liberty
Indivisible
Synonym- fairness ... antonym- injustice ... (n) The process or res…
Synonym- vow, promise ... antonym-breach, break... (v) to make a p…
Synonym- freedom ... Antonym-captivity ... (n)The state or conditio…
Synonym- joined... Antonym- divisible... (adj) Impossible to divide…
Justice
Synonym- fairness ... antonym- injustice ... (n) The process or res…
Pledge
Synonym- vow, promise ... antonym-breach, break... (v) to make a p…
10 terms
English 1
Concrete Noun
Abstract noun
Haiku
Common Noun
Names a person , place , or thing that can be sensed with one…
Names an idea or quilty and cannot be sensed with one of the…
A Japanese poetry .
Names a person , place , or thing.
Concrete Noun
Names a person , place , or thing that can be sensed with one…
Abstract noun
Names an idea or quilty and cannot be sensed with one of the…
English 1
slacken
grating
surge
aghast
loosen
harsh
increase
shocked
slacken
loosen
grating
harsh
English 1 Week 6
Chronology
deduction
embargo
flourish
the order or sequence of events
the act of subtracting: subtraction
an order by a government prohibiting merchant ships from ente…
to grow or develop well or luxuriantly;thrive
Chronology
the order or sequence of events
deduction
the act of subtracting: subtraction
10 terms
English 1-2
Furious
Reaction
Accelerate
Tripod
extremely angry
response
increase speed
three-legged stand
Furious
extremely angry
Reaction
response
20 terms
English 1
Apparel
Besiege
compress
Denounce
(n) clothing, that which serves as dress or decoration (v) To…
(v) to attack by surrounding with military forces; to cause w…
(v) To press together/reduce in size and volume ... (n) A folded…
To condemn openly
Apparel
(n) clothing, that which serves as dress or decoration (v) To…
Besiege
(v) to attack by surrounding with military forces; to cause w…
10 terms
english1
bargain
coffee shop
wheelie bin
volunteer
to talk about the conditions of a sale, trying to lower the p…
a place to buy and drink coffee
a container for rubbish which has wheels so that it can be mo…
A person who offers to do something without pay
bargain
to talk about the conditions of a sale, trying to lower the p…
coffee shop
a place to buy and drink coffee
10 terms
English 1
Abate
Decorum
Abhor
Dole
To lessen in violence
Conformity
To detest
To distribute
Abate
To lessen in violence
Decorum
Conformity
29 terms
English1
Crucible
Predilection
Dissemble
Propriety
(N) severe, searching test or trial; container of metal or re…
(N) preconceived liking;partiality;preference
(V) to give a false or misleading appearance to;conceal the t…
(N) conformity to established standards of good or proper beh…
Crucible
(N) severe, searching test or trial; container of metal or re…
Predilection
(N) preconceived liking;partiality;preference
English #1
avid
evoke
despicable
concise
adj. Having a strong desire for, to the point of greed. Eager…
v. To call forth; to produce. To bring to mind, often by sugg…
deserving contempt or scorn
short and to a point
avid
adj. Having a strong desire for, to the point of greed. Eager…
evoke
v. To call forth; to produce. To bring to mind, often by sugg…
English 1 Unit 4
abscond
incinerate
plaint
revile
to run off and hide
to burn to ashes
bending readily
to attack with words
abscond
to run off and hide
incinerate
to burn to ashes
20 terms
English 1 Vocab 5
Accomplice
Annihilate
Arbitrary
Brazen
A person who takes part in a crime
to destroy completely
unreasonable; based on one's whishes or whims without regard…
shameless, impudent; made of brass
Accomplice
A person who takes part in a crime
Annihilate
to destroy completely
10 terms
English 1
Allegory
Alliteration
Analogy
Argument
A short moral story
Use of the same consonant T the beginning of each word
Drawing a comparison in order to show a similarity
Strong disagreement
Allegory
A short moral story
Alliteration
Use of the same consonant T the beginning of each word
42 terms
English1
Obliterate
August
Vanquish
Vindicate
(Verb) Destroy utterly, Wipe out.
(Adjective) Respected and Impressive
(Verb) Defeat Thoroughly
(Verb) Clear someone of blame or suspicion
Obliterate
(Verb) Destroy utterly, Wipe out.
August
(Adjective) Respected and Impressive
1,127 terms
Advanced English Vocabulary 1
lambasted
fetid
cursory
adjunct
Democrats _______ the President's budget plan for being 'inad…
the black ______ water of the lake ... (stinking - bűzös)
Even a ______ glance at the figures will tell you that sales…
On-line instruction is a useful _______ to the real thing. ... (…
lambasted
Democrats _______ the President's budget plan for being 'inad…
fetid
the black ______ water of the lake ... (stinking - bűzös)
60 terms
Caesar's English 1
super
sub
de
pre
over
under
down
before
super
over
sub
under
English Honors: Vocab 1
A (An)
Ambi
Anti
Circum
no, not, without, lacking... -ex. Amnesia: a (without) mne (memo…
both... -ex. Ambiguous: ambi (both) ag (do) ous (full of)
against... -ex. Antidote: anti (against) dot (give)
around... -ex. Circumscribe: circum (around) scribe (write)
A (An)
no, not, without, lacking... -ex. Amnesia: a (without) mne (memo…
Ambi
both... -ex. Ambiguous: ambi (both) ag (do) ous (full of)
15 terms
WynnEnglish3A1
A, an (Greek) - not, without
Acro (Greek) - high, extremity, tip
agog (Greek) - leader, to lead
alg (Greek) - pain
anarchy, anaerobic, atrophy, abiotic, atypical
acropolis, acrophobia, acrobat, acronym,
demagogue, pedagogy, synagogue, hypnagogic
analgesic, neuralgia, nostalgia, algophobia
A, an (Greek) - not, without
anarchy, anaerobic, atrophy, abiotic, atypical
Acro (Greek) - high, extremity, tip
acropolis, acrophobia, acrobat, acronym,
English 1 Pre AP
Expressive writing
Theme
moral courage
ethics
When you write to express yourself and when the writing is no…
The overall meaning or message of the story but is not stated…
When you do something for someone or something even though th…
your beliefs that control you actions
Expressive writing
When you write to express yourself and when the writing is no…
Theme
The overall meaning or message of the story but is not stated…
English 1 Week 20
wretch
infamy
decree
whim
a deplorably unfortunate or unhappy person
evil fame or reputation
authoritative order; edict; judgment of a court of law; V: or…
lightly acting in a fanciful or capricious manner; unpredicta…
wretch
a deplorably unfortunate or unhappy person
infamy
evil fame or reputation
27 terms
English 1 List 3A
impede
impediment
expedite
expediter
(v) to block, provide an obstacle; hinder
(n) an obstacle or hindrance
(v) to speed up the progress of; facilitate
(n) one who speeds the progress of or facilitates
impede
(v) to block, provide an obstacle; hinder
impediment
(n) an obstacle or hindrance
20 terms
English Class 4.1
snake
diaper
sorry
beach
snake
diaper
16 terms
English Chapter 2.1
table
city
kid
sister
table
city
28 terms
English Chapter 3.1
wheel
policeman
goldfish
sweet
wheel
policeman
15 terms
Lesson Eleven-English 1
flagrant (adj)
patrician (n)
emissary (n)
kindred (adj)
glaringly bad; outrageous
an aristocrat
one sent on a special mission to represent others
having a similar origin, nature, or character
flagrant (adj)
glaringly bad; outrageous
patrician (n)
an aristocrat
10 terms
Lesson Three-English 1
edifice (n)
ambidextrous (adj)
belated (adj)
animate (v)
a large, elaborate structure; an imposing building
equally skillful with either hand
delayed
to give life or motion to
edifice (n)
a large, elaborate structure; an imposing building
ambidextrous (adj)
equally skillful with either hand
10 terms
Real English B1+
commit
motivate
assignment
extra-curricular
A pledge or promise
inspire, stimulate, provoke
homework
outside the regular academic curriculum
commit
A pledge or promise
motivate
inspire, stimulate, provoke
10 terms
english 1.1 in english
abeyance
abdicate
accost
abscond
a temporary inactivity or suspension
to resign, abandon, or give up
to approach and address someone boldly or aggressively
to run away, escape, or flee
abeyance
a temporary inactivity or suspension
abdicate
to resign, abandon, or give up
15 terms
Lesson Nine-English 1
bilk (v)
homily (n)
demise (n)
emit (v)
to cheat or swindle; to thwart
a sermon
death; a ceasing to exist
to send out; to give forth, as in sound or light
bilk (v)
to cheat or swindle; to thwart
homily (n)
a sermon
English Vocab 1/9
bask
subtle
adorn
ensnare
verb - : 1 to lie or relax happily in a bright and warm place…
adj -:1 hard to notice or see : not obvious... 2 : clever and in…
verb- : to make (someone or something) more attractive by add…
verb- : to catch (an animal or person) in a trap or in a plac…
bask
verb - : 1 to lie or relax happily in a bright and warm place…
subtle
adj -:1 hard to notice or see : not obvious... 2 : clever and in…
English 1
Ubiquitous
Myriad
Germane
Innocuous
Seemingly everywhere at once (adj.)
A great number of persons or things (n.)
Relevant, pertinent (adj.)
Harmless, but annoying (adj.)
Ubiquitous
Seemingly everywhere at once (adj.)
Myriad
A great number of persons or things (n.)
20 terms
Unit 1, English 3
approbation
assuage
coalition
decadence
(n.) the expression of approval or favorable opinion, praise;…
(v.) to make easier or milder, relieve; to quiet, calm; to pu…
(n.) a combination, union, or merger for some specific purpose
(n.) decline, decay, or deterioration; excessive self-indulge…
approbation
(n.) the expression of approval or favorable opinion, praise;…
assuage
(v.) to make easier or milder, relieve; to quiet, calm; to pu…
English 1/3/17
refute
stifle
ominous
prodigy
verb: 1. to prove that (something) is not true: 2. to say tha…
verb: 1 to not allow yourself to do or express something. 2.…
adj. : suggesting that something bad is going to happen in th…
noun: a young person who is unusually talented in some way.
refute
verb: 1. to prove that (something) is not true: 2. to say tha…
stifle
verb: 1 to not allow yourself to do or express something. 2.…
Natural English Intermediate 1
I've forgotten
I'm really sorry,
We've met before,
We already
your name.
I don´t remember your name.
haven't we?
know each other.
I've forgotten
your name.
I'm really sorry,
I don´t remember your name.
10 terms
Lesson Two- English 1
amalgamate (v)
demented (adj)
hone (v)
beleaguer (v)
to combine
mentally ill; insane
to sharpen
to besiege by encircling (as with an army); to harass
amalgamate (v)
to combine
demented (adj)
mentally ill; insane
10 terms
Lesson Four- English 1
elude (v)
fallow (adj)
blight (n)
obsequy (n)
to escape notice; to get away from
inactive; unproductive
anything that destroys, prevents growth, or causes devaluation
a funeral rite or ceremony
elude (v)
to escape notice; to get away from
fallow (adj)
inactive; unproductive
31 terms
C1 English
broadly
appoint
beak
Coal
The adverb broadly is useful for describing something that's…
The President can appoint someone as ambassador to another co…
When you see a bird pecking around in your backyard, it's usi…
Coal is a mineral, a black rock that can be extracted from th…
broadly
The adverb broadly is useful for describing something that's…
appoint
The President can appoint someone as ambassador to another co…
English 1 Vocab 21
ject
enter/entero
locu/loqu/loquy
peri__
throw (hurl)
intestine
speak (talk)
around (near/boundary/surround)
ject
throw (hurl)
enter/entero
intestine
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