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90 terms
English 10 pre AP
Candid
Argot
Strident
Negligence
Frank, outspoken, open and sincere
The special vocabulary and idiom of a particular profession o…
Making or having a harsh sound, grating, creaking
The quality, fact, a result of being negligent, neglect
Candid
Frank, outspoken, open and sincere
Argot
The special vocabulary and idiom of a particular profession o…
English 10 Pre Ap
Static Character
Dynamic Character
Flat Character
Round Character
One who does not change much in the course of the story.
One who changes in some important ways as a result of the sto…
One who has only one or two personality traits. They are one…
One who has more dimensions to their personalities. They are…
Static Character
One who does not change much in the course of the story.
Dynamic Character
One who changes in some important ways as a result of the sto…
77 terms
Pre AP English 10
Adjective
Adverb
Allegory
Alliteration
Describing word
Modify verbs, adjectives, and adverbs (How? When? Where? Why?)
Abstract ideas and principles that are described in terms of…
The repetition of initial consonant sounds
Adjective
Describing word
Adverb
Modify verbs, adjectives, and adverbs (How? When? Where? Why?)
40 terms
Pre Ap English 10
Flat Character
Static Character
Dynamic Character
Round Character
One who only has one or two personality traits
one who doesn't change much in the course of the story
one who changes in some important way as a result of the stor…
Many dimensions to their personality, complex & unpredictable
Flat Character
One who only has one or two personality traits
Static Character
one who doesn't change much in the course of the story
31 terms
Pre Ap 10 English
Rhetoric
Ethos
Pathos
Logos
the art of effective or persuasive speaking or writing
Ethical Appeal
Emotional Appeal
Logical Appeal
Rhetoric
the art of effective or persuasive speaking or writing
Ethos
Ethical Appeal
15 terms
English 10 pre-AP Vocabulary list #2
minutiae (n)
prudent (adj)
punctilious (adj)
selective (adj)
small or minor details
using caution in handling practical matters
attentive to etiquette; exact
careful in choosing; discriminating
minutiae (n)
small or minor details
prudent (adj)
using caution in handling practical matters
10 terms
Pre ap English 10
Amenable
Demeanor
Insubordination
Magistrate
Open and responsive to suggestion
Outward behaving or bearing
Defiance of authority, refusal to obey orders
A civil officer or lay judge who administers the law
Amenable
Open and responsive to suggestion
Demeanor
Outward behaving or bearing
10 terms
Pre Ap English 10
Base
Coercion
Deceit
Furrow
Without Moral Principles
Persuading someone using force
Deceiving someone by misrepresenting the truth
A long narrow trench made in the ground by a plow
Base
Without Moral Principles
Coercion
Persuading someone using force
English 10 Pre-AP
Exposition
Inciting incident
Rising action
Climax
Introduction that reveals the character setting plot and conf…
The event that begins the story's conflict
Series of causes and effects the result in the protagonist at…
The turning point in the story's action; a shift occurs in th…
Exposition
Introduction that reveals the character setting plot and conf…
Inciting incident
The event that begins the story's conflict
25 terms
Pre-Ap English 10
Ped
Mort
Carn
Psych
Foot or child
Death
Flesh
Soul
Ped
Foot or child
Mort
Death
15 terms
English 10 Pre-AP
Acronym (n)
Affix (n)
Coinage (n)
Colloquial (adj)
name formed by combining initial letters of words
a word element that is attached to a base, stem, or root
The invention of new words
Referring to informal speech or writing
Acronym (n)
name formed by combining initial letters of words
Affix (n)
a word element that is attached to a base, stem, or root
10 terms
pre ap. english 10- ap terms
Allegory
Alliteration
Allusion
Ambiguity
The device of using characters or story elements to represent…
repetition of sounds especially initial consonant sounds ( 2…
a direct or indirect reference to something commonly known.
multiple means (intentional/unintentional) of a word or phrase.
Allegory
The device of using characters or story elements to represent…
Alliteration
repetition of sounds especially initial consonant sounds ( 2…
15 terms
Pre ap English 10
Trivial
Eroded
Exploited
Mood
Unimportant
Washed away
Used selfishly
Feeling to connect the reader to the writers experince
Trivial
Unimportant
Eroded
Washed away
103 terms
Pre-AP English 10
Zeitgeist
Aberrant
Acquit
Adulation
Noun, the defining spirit or mood of particular period
Adj, departing from an accepted standard
Verb, free (someone) from criminal charges by verdict of not…
Noun, obsequious flattery excessive admiration or phrase
Zeitgeist
Noun, the defining spirit or mood of particular period
Aberrant
Adj, departing from an accepted standard
21 terms
Pre-AP English 10
adamant
ambiance
ambivalent
cacophony
unyielding in attitude or opinion in spite of all appeals
special atmosphere
having mixed feelings
harsh mix of sounds
adamant
unyielding in attitude or opinion in spite of all appeals
ambiance
special atmosphere
15 terms
Pre Ap English 10
Quintessential
Ubiquitous
Assuage
Conflagration
Perfect example
Present; here
Make something less intense
Intense fire
Quintessential
Perfect example
Ubiquitous
Present; here
20 terms
Pre ap English 10
Rancor
Inexorable
Extol
Clement
n. Extreme hatred or ill wil
adj. unrelenting; unavoidable
v. To praise highly
adj. merciful; lenient
Rancor
n. Extreme hatred or ill wil
Inexorable
adj. unrelenting; unavoidable
40 terms
Pre-AP English 10
equivocal
expeditious
galvanize
implacable
ambiguous; usually intended to mislead
done with speed and efficiency
to stimulate or to excite as if by an electric shock
incapable of being appeased
equivocal
ambiguous; usually intended to mislead
expeditious
done with speed and efficiency
10 terms
Pre-AP English 10
Base
Coercion
Deciet
Furrow
Serving as or forming a base
Persuading someone to do something
The action of deceiving someone
A long narrow trench made in the ground by a plow.
Base
Serving as or forming a base
Coercion
Persuading someone to do something
20 terms
Pre-AP English #10
Fickle
Lethargic
Hackneyed
Amass
Picky; indecisive
Sluggishness; laziness
Trite; tired; stale; overised
To accumulate
Fickle
Picky; indecisive
Lethargic
Sluggishness; laziness
English 10 Pre AP
Imagery
Resolution
Foreshadowing
Paradox
Descriptive or figurative language in a literary work; the us…
End of the story where loose ends are tied up
A narrative device that hints at coming events; often builds…
A statement or proposition that seems self-contradictory or a…
Imagery
Descriptive or figurative language in a literary work; the us…
Resolution
End of the story where loose ends are tied up
23 terms
Pre ap english 10
Ancedote
Antithesis
Anaphora
Annotation
A short paragraph about an incident
Presentation of two or more contrasting images
Repetition of a word that deliberated the form of a repetitio…
Explained notes added to a text
Ancedote
A short paragraph about an incident
Antithesis
Presentation of two or more contrasting images
125 terms
Pre-AP English 10
sine
quadr
algia
ize
without
four
pain
make
sine
without
quadr
four
11 terms
Pre AP English 10
Alliteration
Allusion
Anaphora
Anastrophe
Repetition of the first letter or sound in almost each word o…
repetition of a phonetic sound at the beginning of several wo…
repetition of a word or phrase at the beginning of several po…
Senteces worded differently than usual by fliping words aroun…
Alliteration
Repetition of the first letter or sound in almost each word o…
Allusion
repetition of a phonetic sound at the beginning of several wo…
20 terms
Pre Ap English 10
Filial
Benevolent
Panegyrics
Albatross
of or due from a son or daughter.... (Adjective)
Well meaning and kind... (Adjective)
a public speech or published text in praise of someone or som…
a very large oceanic bird related to the shearwaters, with lo…
Filial
of or due from a son or daughter.... (Adjective)
Benevolent
Well meaning and kind... (Adjective)
93 terms
Pre-AP english 10
Alliteration
Antagonist
Biography
Characterization
The repetition of the same sounds at the beginning of a word…
Person or force that opposes the main character
A true account of a person's life
The methods of developing character
Alliteration
The repetition of the same sounds at the beginning of a word…
Antagonist
Person or force that opposes the main character
25 terms
PreAP English 10
Self centered
Touchable
Corrupt politician
Prevent in advance
Egocentric
Tangible
Demagogue
Preclude
Self centered
Egocentric
Touchable
Tangible
113 terms
Pre-AP English 10
Abate
Aegis
Appall
Auspicious
Verb... To lessen or diminish... A: increase, intensify
Noun... To shield or breastplate of Zeus or Athena
Verb... To horrify
Adjective... Followed by favorable circumstances; propitious or…
Abate
Verb... To lessen or diminish... A: increase, intensify
Aegis
Noun... To shield or breastplate of Zeus or Athena
52 terms
English 10 Pre-Ap
Deism
Plain Style
Biblical Quotations
Syntax
thinking God made it possible for all people at all times to…
a way of writing that stresses simplicity and clarity of expr…
statements from the Bible used in a different setting
the arrangement of words and phrases to create-well formed se…
Deism
thinking God made it possible for all people at all times to…
Plain Style
a way of writing that stresses simplicity and clarity of expr…
28 terms
Pre-AP English 10
Nwoye
Ikemefuma
MR. Smith
Mr. Brown
My father never really thought very much of me, but then I ha…
I truly believed that I was going home to my mother until the…
The world is a battle field in which the children of light ar…
I was saddened to have to leave my new church because my heal…
Nwoye
My father never really thought very much of me, but then I ha…
Ikemefuma
I truly believed that I was going home to my mother until the…
27 terms
Pre AP English 10
Assent(v)
Animosity(n)
Belligerent(adj)
brandished(v)
to express agreement
strong dislike
ready to fight
flourish in a menacing way
Assent(v)
to express agreement
Animosity(n)
strong dislike
17 terms
English 10 Pre-AP
Abdicate
Ardent
Atonement
Barren
To give up an office or position
Displaying great warmth of feeling; passionate
The act of making up for a serious error, sin, or wrong
Unproductive; unfruitful OR... destitute; bereft; lacking
Abdicate
To give up an office or position
Ardent
Displaying great warmth of feeling; passionate
10 terms
Pre AP English 10 Vocabulary
Analyze
Compose
Correlate
Critical
Eamine methodically, and in detail the constitution or struct…
Wite or create ( a work of art, especially music or poetry)
Have a mutual relationship or connection, in which one thing…
Inclines to find fault or to judge with severity, often too r…
Analyze
Eamine methodically, and in detail the constitution or struct…
Compose
Wite or create ( a work of art, especially music or poetry)
143 terms
Vocabulary Pre-AP English 10
literate
illiterate
literacy
illiteracy
can read or write
cannot read and write
ability to read and write
inability to read and write
literate
can read or write
illiterate
cannot read and write
10 terms
Pre-AP English 10 Vocab
Adulterate
Ambidextrous
Augment
Bereft
to corrupt or make impure
equally skillful with either hand
To make greater or to supplement
deprived of; made unhappy through a loss
Adulterate
to corrupt or make impure
Ambidextrous
equally skillful with either hand
10 terms
English 10 (Pre-AP) List 14
inept
futile
exonerate
galvanize
having or showing no skill
incapable of producing any result
remove blame or guilt for a wrongdoing
shock or excite, typically into taking action
inept
having or showing no skill
futile
incapable of producing any result
20 terms
Pre-AP English 10 Unit 12
abjure
acrid
august
callous
(v.) to renounce, repudiate under oath; to avoid, shun
(adj.) harsh in taste or odor; sharp in manner or temper
(adj.) majestic, inspiring admiration and respect
(adj.) emotionally hardened, unfeeling
abjure
(v.) to renounce, repudiate under oath; to avoid, shun
acrid
(adj.) harsh in taste or odor; sharp in manner or temper
50 terms
Pre-AP English 10 Vocab.
Allegory
Syntax
Rhetorical question
Appeal to pathos
A story with multipe levels of meaning
The way a writer chooses to join words into phrases clauses a…
A question asked to emphasize a point with no answer really e…
An appeal to a person's emotions
Allegory
A story with multipe levels of meaning
Syntax
The way a writer chooses to join words into phrases clauses a…
25 terms
Pre-Ap English- List 10
Ped
Mort
Carn
Psych
Foot or child
Death
Flesh
Soul
Ped
Foot or child
Mort
Death
113 terms
Pre-AP English 10 Exam
Abate
Aegis
Appall
Auspicious
Verb... To lessen or diminish... A: increase, intensify
Noun... To shield or breastplate of Zeus or Athena
Verb... To horrify
Adjective... Followed by favorable circumstances; propitious or…
Abate
Verb... To lessen or diminish... A: increase, intensify
Aegis
Noun... To shield or breastplate of Zeus or Athena
25 terms
Pre-AP English 10: Vocabulary Quiz 1
anemity
anathema
atypical
balky
Agreeable ways or manners; the quality of being agreeable or…
A vigorous denunciation; one who is intensely disliked
Unusual or abnormal; odd
Refusing to proceed in an expected direction
anemity
Agreeable ways or manners; the quality of being agreeable or…
anathema
A vigorous denunciation; one who is intensely disliked
11 terms
Pre-AP English 10 #2
Prewriting
Drafting
Revising
Editing
1. Learn as much as you can about a potential subject.... 2. Fin…
1. Keep writing until you come to a natural stopping point.…
1. Refine the style of your writing. Your ideas should sound…
1. Then check for errors in usage, punctuation, capitalizatio…
Prewriting
1. Learn as much as you can about a potential subject.... 2. Fin…
Drafting
1. Keep writing until you come to a natural stopping point.…
193 terms
PreAP English 10 Vocabulary
LIT-
Literate
Illiterate
Literacy
Letters, words
Can read and write
Can't read and write
Ability to read and write
LIT-
Letters, words
Literate
Can read and write
15 terms
Pre-Ap English 10 Vocab Set 3
bias
botch
bourgeois
breach
(n.) a seam, cut, or stitching running in a slant across clot…
(v.) to do clumsily and unskillfully / (n.) a badly done job
(adj.) relating to or belonging to the middle class of societ…
(n.) a failure to act in a promised or required way / an open…
bias
(n.) a seam, cut, or stitching running in a slant across clot…
botch
(v.) to do clumsily and unskillfully / (n.) a badly done job
15 terms
English 10 pre- AP Vocabulary List #12
analogous (adj)
antithesis (n)
comparable (adj)
deviate (vI)
similar in certain qualities or uses
direct contrast; opposition
having like traits; similar
to move away from a specified course
analogous (adj)
similar in certain qualities or uses
antithesis (n)
direct contrast; opposition
25 terms
English Vocabulary Pre-Ap 10
Comport
Comport
Comport
Comport
Prononciation- Comeport
Verb
To beat or conduct; behave
Middle English, comportere com (together) portere (carry)
Comport
Prononciation- Comeport
Comport
Verb
15 terms
English 10 Pre-AP Vocabulary List #11
foster (vt)
importune (vt)
mediate (vt)
mitigate (vt)
to promote the growth and development of
to press with insistent requests
to help opposing sides come to agreement
to make less severe or intense
foster (vt)
to promote the growth and development of
importune (vt)
to press with insistent requests
10 terms
pre ap english #10 vocab
degenerate
implausible
incoherent
intercede
having lost the physical, mental, or moral qualities consider…
not seeming reasonable or probable; failing to convince
incomprehensible or confusing; unclear
intervene on behalf of another
degenerate
having lost the physical, mental, or moral qualities consider…
implausible
not seeming reasonable or probable; failing to convince
10 terms
Vocab 10 English Pre-AP
Acquiesce
Allure
Blithe
Contentious
accept something reluctantly but without protest
the quality of being powerfully and mysteriously attractive o…
showing a casual and cheerful indifference
causing or likely to cause an argument, controversial
Acquiesce
accept something reluctantly but without protest
Allure
the quality of being powerfully and mysteriously attractive o…
20 terms
Pre-AP English 10 Vocab Quiz 1
abhor
bigot
counterfeit
enfranchise
to hate
a narrow minded or prejudice person
fake or false
given the right to vote
abhor
to hate
bigot
a narrow minded or prejudice person
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