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13 terms
English 2: Roots 2
gyno
cor
mania
homo
woman
heart
madness
same
gyno
woman
cor
heart
English 2
Equity
Equilibrium
Equanimity
Equitable
ownership
physical balance
mental balance
fair
Equity
ownership
Equilibrium
physical balance
10 terms
English 2 Lesson 11
gadfly
grandiloquent
arduous
humility
n. an irritating and persistent person.
adj. pompous or high-flown speech.
adj. difficult; requiring much effort.
n. absence of vanity; humbleness.
gadfly
n. an irritating and persistent person.
grandiloquent
adj. pompous or high-flown speech.
64 terms
English 2
Adulterate
Augment
Deploy
Fortitude
To corrupt make worse by the addition of something
To make larger or increase
To possition or arange; to utilize
Courage in facing difficulties
Adulterate
To corrupt make worse by the addition of something
Augment
To make larger or increase
English 2
Character
Major
Minor
protaganist
A person in a story
A main character story would change if character were removed
A less important character and the story would not change or…
The central character in a story
Character
A person in a story
Major
A main character story would change if character were removed
27 terms
English 2
Recession... The boundary between this p…
Incessant... Instead of singing like th…
Accede... You accede the expectations.
Cessation... Its cessation greatly incre…
A period of temporary economic decline
(adj) never stopping, going on all the time
(v.) to agree (When the class asked the teacher whether they…
To pause.
Recession... The boundary between this p…
A period of temporary economic decline
Incessant... Instead of singing like th…
(adj) never stopping, going on all the time
5 terms
English #2
Sentence fragment
Indirect object
Direct object
Predicate noun
Is a part of a sentence that is written as if it were a compl…
Is a word or group of words that tells to what or whom or for…
Is a word or group of words that names the receiver of the ac…
follows a linking verb & describes a quality of the subject
Sentence fragment
Is a part of a sentence that is written as if it were a compl…
Indirect object
Is a word or group of words that tells to what or whom or for…
20 terms
English 2
Haberdasher
conifer
perennials
spectacle
A dealer in men's clothing
a tree that produces cones
something that lives for many years
a visually beautiful performance
Haberdasher
A dealer in men's clothing
conifer
a tree that produces cones
20 terms
English 2 - Set 2
admonish
amateur
amiable
anthropology
to warn of a fault; to gently but seriously reprimand
admirer; one who engages in a pursuit as a pastime rather tha…
generally agreeable; being friendly
the study of human beings and their ancestors
admonish
to warn of a fault; to gently but seriously reprimand
amateur
admirer; one who engages in a pursuit as a pastime rather tha…
English 2
canto
correr
tu
antiguo
singing
run
you
old
canto
singing
correr
run
5 terms
English 2 week 2
Antagonist
Eccentric
Encounter
Epitome
An enemy
Odd
A meeting
A perfect model
Antagonist
An enemy
Eccentric
Odd
English 2 Lesson 5
rancor
inexorable
extol
clement
extreme hatred or ill will
unrelenting; unavoidable
to praise highly
merciful;lenient
rancor
extreme hatred or ill will
inexorable
unrelenting; unavoidable
95 terms
English 2
Metonymy
Pathetic fallacy
Allusion
Antithesis
Substitute name of one thing for another
Assigning human emotions to non-human things
Passing or casual reference
Two contrasting ideas or thoughts in a balanced grammatical s…
Metonymy
Substitute name of one thing for another
Pathetic fallacy
Assigning human emotions to non-human things
English 2, Unit 2
Abysmal (adj.)
Antagonistic (adj.)
Blasphemy (n.)
Connoisseur (n.)
extremely bad; appalling; bottomless
hostile
cursing; irreverence; sacrilege
person competent to act as a judge
Abysmal (adj.)
extremely bad; appalling; bottomless
Antagonistic (adj.)
hostile
12 terms
English 2 Unit 5
absorbed
accustomed
approaching
damaged
took in
used to
coming near
caused loss or harm
absorbed
took in
accustomed
used to
6 terms
Period 6- English 2
tepid
frigid
laundry
washer machine
warm water
cool
clothes, towels, sheets, etc., that need to be washed or that…
a machine that washes clothescycle
tepid
warm water
frigid
cool
33 terms
TOURISM ENGLISH 3-2
influence
fact
challenge
arrival
(n) the power to have an effect on people or things
(n) something that is known to have happened or to exist, esp…
(n) (the situation of being faced with) something that needs…
(n) reaching somewhere
influence
(n) the power to have an effect on people or things
fact
(n) something that is known to have happened or to exist, esp…
Vocabulary #2 (English 2)
quad- [tetra-]
penta- [quin-]
hexa-
septa- [hepta-]
four
five
six
seven
quad- [tetra-]
four
penta- [quin-]
five
ENGLISH 2
Burden of Proof.
Defendant
Circumstantial Evidence
Prosecution
something which shows that something else is true or correct.
a person who is being sued or accused of a crime in a court o…
something which shows that something else exists or is true
the act or process of holding a trial against a person who is…
Burden of Proof.
something which shows that something else is true or correct.
Defendant
a person who is being sued or accused of a crime in a court o…
English 2 Unit 6
Ostentatious
Poignant
Opulent
Embellish
describing a showy or tacky display
profoundly moving; touching
exhibiting a display of great wealth
to make beautiful by ornamenting; to add to a story
Ostentatious
describing a showy or tacky display
Poignant
profoundly moving; touching
46 terms
Phrases 2 English - English
Slap on the wrist
A peck (on the cheek)
(Someone) Measure(s) up
It doesn't hold water
A (too) light punishment
A (light) kiss
To be good enough
It isn't credible
Slap on the wrist
A (too) light punishment
A peck (on the cheek)
A (light) kiss
English II Vocabulary #2
paternal
ethical
excerpt
prophetic
adj. inherited from or related through one's father; fatherly
adj. pertaining to right and wrong; conforming to certain rul…
n. a selected passage or scene from a literary work or piece…
adj. relating to someone or something that foretells events
paternal
adj. inherited from or related through one's father; fatherly
ethical
adj. pertaining to right and wrong; conforming to certain rul…
English 1 week 2
Fallacy
Gargoyle
Heritage
Immune
A false notion or mistaken belief
An ornamental figure in form of a gross animal or person
Something other than property passed down from generation
Protected from disease
Fallacy
A false notion or mistaken belief
Gargoyle
An ornamental figure in form of a gross animal or person
English 2
silver
gold
gray
orange
silver
gold
20 terms
English 2 - List 9
arrant
audacious
clarify
clarity
notorious; shamelessly bad; of the worst kind
daring; adventurous; recklessly bold;
to make clear; to eliminate confusion
the quality or state of being clear
arrant
notorious; shamelessly bad; of the worst kind
audacious
daring; adventurous; recklessly bold;
94 terms
English 2 Midterm
Night (italicized/underlined)
Julius Caesar (italicized/underlined)
A Raisin in the Sun (italicized/underl…
The Pearl (italicized/underlined)
1958 by Elie Wiesel (nonfiction memoir)
1599 by William Shakespeare (drama inspired by Roman history)
1959 by Lorraine Hansberry (drama)
1947 by John Steinbeck (novella)
Night (italicized/underlined)
1958 by Elie Wiesel (nonfiction memoir)
Julius Caesar (italicized/underlined)
1599 by William Shakespeare (drama inspired by Roman history)
34 terms
English Class 2.2
boss
mall
far
subway
boss
mall
25 terms
English 2
Junctures
Debris
Mottled
Recumbent
Point of union
Fragment of something broken into pieces
Spotted
Lying back
Junctures
Point of union
Debris
Fragment of something broken into pieces
English #2
Bene
Corp
Pluto
ocracy
Good
Body
Wealth
Ruling
Bene
Good
Corp
Body
24 terms
English2
Derision
Lynch
Concealing
Stride
Mocking scorn ridicule
To size or punish someone believed to have committed crimes
Putting or keeping someone or something out of sight
A long step
Derision
Mocking scorn ridicule
Lynch
To size or punish someone believed to have committed crimes
100 terms
English 2 Vocabulary
abhor
acquiesce
amicable
apathy
to regard or view with disgust
to give in
characterized by friendly goodwill
lack of feeling or interest
abhor
to regard or view with disgust
acquiesce
to give in
20 terms
english #2
hirsute
pariah
rotund
impair
(adj.) hairy, bearded
(n.) outcast; exile (literally, means a wild dog)
(adj.) round, plump
(vb.) hinder, limit, restrict
hirsute
(adj.) hairy, bearded
pariah
(n.) outcast; exile (literally, means a wild dog)
20 terms
English 2, List 4
bellicose
belligerent
deficit
efficacy
favoring or inclined to start wars; aggressively hostile
inclined to or exhibiting assertiveness, hostility, or combat…
lacking in amount; shortage in amount
power to produce effects, as of prayer or medicine
bellicose
favoring or inclined to start wars; aggressively hostile
belligerent
inclined to or exhibiting assertiveness, hostility, or combat…
English 2 Unit 1
Author's Perspective
Plot
Conflict
Exposition
judgements, attitudes, and experiences the author brings to t…
the sequence of related events that make up a story.
a struggle between opposing forces
writer gives information about the characters and the situation
Author's Perspective
judgements, attitudes, and experiences the author brings to t…
Plot
the sequence of related events that make up a story.
28 terms
English M2 : festivals
the weather
New Year
New Year's Eve
Valentine's Day
het weer
Nieuwjaar
Oudejaarsavond
Valentijnsdag
the weather
het weer
New Year
Nieuwjaar
24 terms
English 2
Abate
Abatement
Accord
Accord
Abate ... 1. become less; decrease; diminish; let... up ... 2. ma…
Abatement ... slackening; let up
Accord ... agreement; understand
Accord ... agree; correspond
Abate
Abate ... 1. become less; decrease; diminish; let... up ... 2. ma…
Abatement
Abatement ... slackening; let up
44 terms
English 2 EOC Terms
exposition
rising action
falling action
climax
Definition: The beginning of the story, where everything is i…
Action that leads to turning point.
Events after the climax, leading to the resolution
the turning point or most exciting moment of a story, in whic…
exposition
Definition: The beginning of the story, where everything is i…
rising action
Action that leads to turning point.
English 2, Final
Disclose (v.)
Elusive (adj.)
Interminable (adj.)
Permeate (v.)
reveal; uncover the facts
evasive; baffling; hard to grasp
endless
pass through; spread
Disclose (v.)
reveal; uncover the facts
Elusive (adj.)
evasive; baffling; hard to grasp
20 terms
English 8 Vocabulary 2
accord
accurate
agent
clarity
agreement
exact
representative
clearness
accord
agreement
accurate
exact
64 terms
ECCE 2 English - English
Announcement
Support (noun and verb)
Pick (noun and verb)
Gradual
Tell everyone some news
Back up
Choice/choice
Slow change
Announcement
Tell everyone some news
Support (noun and verb)
Back up
English 2, Unit 12
Aegis (n.)
Affable (adj.)
Atypical (adj.)
Augment (v.)
shield, defense
courteous; likable; pleasant
irregular; unusual
increase; make larger
Aegis (n.)
shield, defense
Affable (adj.)
courteous; likable; pleasant
20 terms
English 2, set 5
allay
abyss
absorbent
anonymous
to calm or to quiet
bottomless; deep chasm; unmeasurable depth
capable of taking in moisture
with no name
allay
to calm or to quiet
abyss
bottomless; deep chasm; unmeasurable depth
5 terms
English 2 week 4
Retort
Sabotage
Subsequent
Wary
To reply
To invest in
Following
Careful
Retort
To reply
Sabotage
To invest in
English 2
coquettish
quadrille
contredanse
chamois
flirting
a dance done with 4 people
type of 18th century dance mainly played in Germany and England
type of mountain goat
coquettish
flirting
quadrille
a dance done with 4 people
English 2, Unit 10
admonish (v.)
aspire (v.)
censorious (adj.)
credulity (n.)
to warn or reprimand someone firmly
to seek to accomplish a goal
critical
belief on slight evidence
admonish (v.)
to warn or reprimand someone firmly
aspire (v.)
to seek to accomplish a goal
7 terms
english 2
stereotype
artifact
allusion
empirical evidence
A generalized belief about a group of people
(n.) a remaining piece from an extinct culture or place (The…
A brief and indirect reference to a person, place, thing or i…
information we can verify with our senses
stereotype
A generalized belief about a group of people
artifact
(n.) a remaining piece from an extinct culture or place (The…
English 2 Unit 1
Abstract (adj.)
Anarchist (n.)
Blasé (adj.)
Conjecture (n.)
taking place in the realm of thought; conceptual
Person who seeks to overturn the established government.
being bored with life; jaded
A guess.
Abstract (adj.)
taking place in the realm of thought; conceptual
Anarchist (n.)
Person who seeks to overturn the established government.
english 2
vindicate
evoke
obliterate
vanquish
to free from blame
to call forth or call to mind
to destroy completely
to defeat, beat
vindicate
to free from blame
evoke
to call forth or call to mind
10 terms
English Vocab 2
prologue
conjecture
terse
misanthrope
introductory lines of a play; the preface to a literary work;…
an opinion without proof; guesswork; also can be a VERB: to s…
brief and to the point; concise (in writing or speaking)
an individual who dislikes or distrusts other human beings
prologue
introductory lines of a play; the preface to a literary work;…
conjecture
an opinion without proof; guesswork; also can be a VERB: to s…
7 terms
English 2 Week 5
Acclaim
Adjacent
Elicit
Engross
Praise
Close
To bring out
To hold the interest of.
Acclaim
Praise
Adjacent
Close
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