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16 terms
A Christmas Carol Vocabulary-English 7
stave
executor
sole
bestow
set of lines, usually from a song or poem
one who carries out the terms of a will
one and only
give as a gift
stave
set of lines, usually from a song or poem
executor
one who carries out the terms of a will
22 terms
english 7, A Christmas Carol
'prenticed
gruel
worsted
finale
short for apprenticed, here meaning "learned a trade while wo…
a think watery food made by boiling ground grain in water or…
a smooth wool fabric
the conclusion
'prenticed
short for apprenticed, here meaning "learned a trade while wo…
gruel
a think watery food made by boiling ground grain in water or…
33 terms
A Christmas Carol || English 7
A story that is written in a script fo…
-Drama... -Comedy... -Tragedy
Story written to be performed by actor…
Any play that ends happily even if it…
What is a play?
Major Types of plays:
Define Drama
Define Comedy
A story that is written in a script fo…
What is a play?
-Drama... -Comedy... -Tragedy
Major Types of plays:
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A Christmas Carol Vocabulary-English 7 2016
stave
executor
sole
bestow
set of lines, usually from a song or poem
one who carries out the terms of a will
one and only
give as a gift
stave
set of lines, usually from a song or poem
executor
one who carries out the terms of a will
9 terms
English - A Christmas Carol
Shame
Character
Burial
Mourner
to be embarrassed
a person in a story
the act of burying
a person who expresses grief or sorrow over someone's death
Shame
to be embarrassed
Character
a person in a story
6 terms
(7) A Christmas Carol
accost
anonymous
brusque
currency
to approach and speak
not having one's name known
abrupt or blunt in speaking
money in any form
accost
to approach and speak
anonymous
not having one's name known
9 terms
English- A Christmas Carol
Solitary as an Oster
'A squeezing, wrenching, grasping, scr…
'Hard and sharp as a flint'
'Your lip is trembling' said the Ghost
Simile. The word 'solitary' suggests that Scrooge is isolated…
Authorial comment- the listing suggests Dickens' anger toward…
Simile- comparing Scrooge to a hard/sharp stone... Mean Scrooge…
Verb 'trembling' shows Scrooge is getting emotional. This is…
Solitary as an Oster
Simile. The word 'solitary' suggests that Scrooge is isolated…
'A squeezing, wrenching, grasping, scr…
Authorial comment- the listing suggests Dickens' anger toward…
38 terms
A Christmas Carol-English 12
Scrooge
Tiny Tim
Marley
Tiny Tim
The Principal character in the story
The youngest character in the story
Scrooge's former partner; he's been dead for 7 years
the most loved character in the story
Scrooge
The Principal character in the story
Tiny Tim
The youngest character in the story
15 terms
'A Christmas Carol' Vocabulary - English
Abundance
Charitable
Currency
Destitute
Noun ; Wealth
Adj ; Generous in giving
Noun ; Money
Adj ; Lacking The Necessities
Abundance
Noun ; Wealth
Charitable
Adj ; Generous in giving
36 terms
english a christmas carol
stave
'Change
counting-house
workhouses
verse or stanza from a song
to royal exchange
Scrooges office
poor went for help
stave
verse or stanza from a song
'Change
to royal exchange
9 terms
English- A Christmas Carol
setting
scrooge
Jacob Marley
Scrooge's Nephew
London, England- Christmas Season- story begins on Christmas…
cold businessman-" he was a tightfisted hand at the grind-sto…
Scrooge's business partner; dead as a doornail; appears as a…
helpful, wants Scrooge to attend his Christmas dinner
setting
London, England- Christmas Season- story begins on Christmas…
scrooge
cold businessman-" he was a tightfisted hand at the grind-sto…
67 terms
English: A Christmas Carol
I) Who was Marley?
I) What was Marley's condition at the…
I) What is the setting of the story?
I) Who visited Scrooge at his warehous…
Scrooge's business partner
he had been dead for 7 years
on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day in London; year is not given
-his nephew came tot wish him a merry Christmas and invite hi…
I) Who was Marley?
Scrooge's business partner
I) What was Marley's condition at the…
he had been dead for 7 years
9 terms
English~A Christmas Carol
No beggers implored him
No warmth could warm, no wintery weath…
A tightfisted hand at the grindstone
No eye at all is better than an evil e…
Shows that no one bothers to ask as they are ready know the a…
Uses pathetic fallacy ~the weather is a metaphor for Scrooges…
He was very greedy, money was more important to him than frie…
Shows it's better to not have seen Scrooge at all than to rec…
No beggers implored him
Shows that no one bothers to ask as they are ready know the a…
No warmth could warm, no wintery weath…
Uses pathetic fallacy ~the weather is a metaphor for Scrooges…
40 terms
English a Christmas carol
stage directions
drama
climax
diologne
instructions for the director, actors, and stage crew
a story that is intended to be performed before an audience
the moment of highest tension and excitement in the plot of a…
a conversation between characters in a drama
stage directions
instructions for the director, actors, and stage crew
drama
a story that is intended to be performed before an audience
13 terms
A Christmas Carol-English 7- Stave 1
Emphatically
Covetous
Palpable
Veneration
Acting or speaking forcefully and definitely
Desiring possessions of others
Tangible, easily perceived
Profound respect or reverence
Emphatically
Acting or speaking forcefully and definitely
Covetous
Desiring possessions of others
25 terms
IGHMS English 7, A Christmas Carol
Barren
Frail
Suede
Presentable
Empty; deserted
Delicate; weak and fragile
Leather with a soft, fuzzy surface
Fit to be seen by people
Barren
Empty; deserted
Frail
Delicate; weak and fragile
8 terms
English A Christmas Carol
Ruddy (adj)
Indignantly (adverb)
Veneration (noun)
Impropriety (noun)
Having roses cheeks (Alexa had a ruddy complexion)
Feeling or showing anger or annoyance at unfair treatment (Th…
Great respect (I have veneration for the people who serve our…
Inappropriate deed (Donald Trump preformed many
Ruddy (adj)
Having roses cheeks (Alexa had a ruddy complexion)
Indignantly (adverb)
Feeling or showing anger or annoyance at unfair treatment (Th…
25 terms
English - A Christmas Carol
Stave
Covetous
Entreaty
Implore
A stanza of the poem or song; here, a section of Dickens' "Ca…
Greedy
A plea
To beg
Stave
A stanza of the poem or song; here, a section of Dickens' "Ca…
Covetous
Greedy
29 terms
English A Christmas Carol
Beguile
Destitude
Facetious
Forbearance
To trick or deceive
Extremely poor
Trying to be funny
Patience
Beguile
To trick or deceive
Destitude
Extremely poor
30 terms
English: A Christmas Carol
Prodigiously
Consolation
Hearth
Artifice
Impressively great in extent
Comfort received by a person after a loss
Floor of a fireplace
Clever devices used to trick others
Prodigiously
Impressively great in extent
Consolation
Comfort received by a person after a loss
25 terms
A Christmas Carol (English)
Stave
Covetous
Entreaty
Implore
A stanza of a poem or song; here, a section of Dickens'
Greedy
A plea
To beg
Stave
A stanza of a poem or song; here, a section of Dickens'
Covetous
Greedy
30 terms
English a Christmas carol
Homage
Destitute
Facetious
Specter
respect or honor
extremely poor... : without something that is needed or wanted
used to describe speech that is meant to be funny but that is…
ghost or spirit of a dead person
Homage
respect or honor
Destitute
extremely poor... : without something that is needed or wanted
25 terms
A Christmas Carol (English)
stave
miser
mourner
rime
A set of horizontal lines and spaces used to write music
One who lives very cheaply to hoard money
One who expresses grief or sorrow
a coating of ice of frost
stave
A set of horizontal lines and spaces used to write music
miser
One who lives very cheaply to hoard money
8 terms
English a Christmas carol
Intimation noun
Plaintive adj
Blithe adj
Veneration noun
To hint
Sad
Cheerful
Great aspect or reverence
Intimation noun
To hint
Plaintive adj
Sad
24 terms
English: A Christmas Carol
Appalling
Beguiled
Palpable
Replenish
Shocking
To cause time to pass agreeably
Easily recognized
To fill up or complete again
Appalling
Shocking
Beguiled
To cause time to pass agreeably
15 terms
English 'A Christmas Carol'
Void
specter
destitute
implored
total emptiness
a ghost or ghostlike being
extremely poor
asked or begged forcefully
Void
total emptiness
specter
a ghost or ghostlike being
44 terms
English A Christmas Carol
apparition
balustrades
benevolence
brazier
a ghost or ghostlike image of a person.
railing supported by balusters, especially an ornamental para…
is any kind act, but it can also describe the desire to do ni…
a portable heater consisting of a pan or stand for holding li…
apparition
a ghost or ghostlike image of a person.
balustrades
railing supported by balusters, especially an ornamental para…
22 terms
A Christmas Carol (english)
finale
poulterers
tableau
worsted
conclusion
people who sell poultry, such as chickens and Turkey
a portion of a play where the actors freeze momentarily in th…
a smooth woolen fabric
finale
conclusion
poulterers
people who sell poultry, such as chickens and Turkey
10 terms
A Christmas Carol 7
dispelled
extravagance
laocoon
lustiest
to have done away with
Undue expenditure of money.
Prophet advisor
want something real bad
dispelled
to have done away with
extravagance
Undue expenditure of money.
20 terms
English- A Christmas Carol
covetous
implore
bleak
morose
(adj.) desiring something owned by someone else
(verb) To beg urgently
(adj) depressing, discouraging, harsh, cold, barren, raw
(adj) having a gloomy or sullen manner; not friendly or socia…
covetous
(adj.) desiring something owned by someone else
implore
(verb) To beg urgently
142 terms
English; A Christmas Carol
What time period did Charles Dickens l…
What were the issues of the time period?
Where do Dickens's stories mostly take…
What is the definition of Humanitarian…
The Victorian Era
Industrial Revolution, Religious Upheaval, Oppression of the…
In London
Humanitarian means having concern for or helping to improve t…
What time period did Charles Dickens l…
The Victorian Era
What were the issues of the time period?
Industrial Revolution, Religious Upheaval, Oppression of the…
11 terms
A Christmas Carol 5 English definitions
Reply
Fellow
Poultry
Earnest
To answer
Companion
Birds
Serious
Reply
To answer
Fellow
Companion
14 terms
A Christmas Carol 2 English definitions
Bother
Spirit
Wrinkle
Comfort
Disturb
Ghost
Lines in your skin that you get when you are old
State of being relaxed
Bother
Disturb
Spirit
Ghost
14 terms
A Christmas Carol 1 English definitions
Doubt
Belong
Stingy
Cheerful
When you are not sure of something
Be owned by someone
Not wanting to spend money
Happy
Doubt
When you are not sure of something
Belong
Be owned by someone
14 terms
A Christmas Carol 4 English definitions
Visible
Fear
Thieves
Liars
Able to be seen
Being afraid of something
People that steal things
People that don't tell the truth
Visible
Able to be seen
Fear
Being afraid of something
15 terms
A Christmas Carol 3 English definitions
Snore
Struck
Sparkling
Wore
To make noise when you breathe when you are sleeping
Hit
Shining
Was wearing
Snore
To make noise when you breathe when you are sleeping
Struck
Hit
5 terms
A Christmas Carol Chapters 7-8
funeral
undertaker
graveyard
scariest
a ceremony held for a dead person
a person whose job is to arrange and manage funerals
a place where people are buried
causing the greatest fear
funeral
a ceremony held for a dead person
undertaker
a person whose job is to arrange and manage funerals
20 terms
A Christmas Carol Vocabulary
abundance
anonymous
charitable
currency
Wealth; a lot of something
unknown; name is not known
giving in generosity
money
abundance
Wealth; a lot of something
anonymous
unknown; name is not known
25 terms
A Christmas Carol
Carol
charitable
humor
festive
song of joy, usually a Christmas song
generous
Mood
joyous; celebratory; relating to a feast or festival
Carol
song of joy, usually a Christmas song
charitable
generous
15 terms
A Christmas Carol
coffin
greedy
shivering
muttered
a box or case in which a dead person's body is placed
desire to be wealthy
to shake or tremble with cold
to speak in a low tone of voice
coffin
a box or case in which a dead person's body is placed
greedy
desire to be wealthy
13 terms
A Christmas Carol Characters
Ebenezer Scrooge
Fred
Bob Cratchit
Jacob Marley
a selfish old man who runs a counting house who is known to s…
the main character's nephew who invites him to Christmas each…
the clerk in the counting house who asks for a day off, with…
the main character's former partner who died seven years earl…
Ebenezer Scrooge
a selfish old man who runs a counting house who is known to s…
Fred
the main character's nephew who invites him to Christmas each…
A Christmas Carol Vocabulary, A Christmas Carol
abundance
charitable
currency
emerge
Wealth; a lot of something
giving in generosity
money
to appear
abundance
Wealth; a lot of something
charitable
giving in generosity
15 terms
7 Gold "A Christmas Carol" Vocabulary
Implore (verb)
Void (noun)
Morose (adjective)
Ponderous (adjective)
To beg
A completely empty space
Glum, moody, ill-tempered
Slow and clumsy because of great weight
Implore (verb)
To beg
Void (noun)
A completely empty space
19 terms
Advanced English 7: A Christmas Carol Study Guide
Ebenezer Scrooge
Fan
Fred
Bob Cratchit
Fred's uncle; Fan's mother; main character and villain; owner…
dead; Scrooge's sister; Fred's mother
Scrooge's nephew; Fan's son; foil because he is the opposite…
Scrooge's clerk; Tiny Tim's father; foil because he is the op…
Ebenezer Scrooge
Fred's uncle; Fan's mother; main character and villain; owner…
Fan
dead; Scrooge's sister; Fred's mother
11 terms
December 7-A Christmas Carol
emphatically
intimation
derive
destitute
without a question and beyond a doubt
a slight suggestion or hint
obtain something from
poor enough to need help from others
emphatically
without a question and beyond a doubt
intimation
a slight suggestion or hint
19 terms
English: A Christmas Carol Vocab
Entreaty
Liberality
Imploring
Impropriety
Earnest request or plea
The trait of being generous in behavior
Begging
The condition of being improper
Entreaty
Earnest request or plea
Liberality
The trait of being generous in behavior
18 terms
English: A Christmas Carol Characters
Ebenezer Scrooge
Fred
Gentleman Visitor
Sparsit
A rich old man who works alone, owning Marley and Scrooge
Scrooge's nephew
A man who visits Scrooge and asks if he would like to donate…
Scrooge's servant
Ebenezer Scrooge
A rich old man who works alone, owning Marley and Scrooge
Fred
Scrooge's nephew
20 terms
English A Christmas Carol Vocab
Phantom (n)
Intimation (n)
Facetious (adj)
Obliged (v)
an apparition or specter; an appearance or illusion without m…
a hint; suggestion
not meant to be taken seriously or literally; amusing; humorous
to make necessary or obligatory; to place under a debt of gra…
Phantom (n)
an apparition or specter; an appearance or illusion without m…
Intimation (n)
a hint; suggestion
10 terms
English A Christmas Carol Quotes
Quote: 'I wish to be left alone!'
Quote: 'Why do you delight to torture…
Quote: '...it is precious time to me,…
Quote: ' decrease the surplus populati…
Stave 1... Punctuation... Demanding, mardy, giving out orders
Stave 2 - when he sees belle... Words delight and torture juxtap…
Stave 4... precious time- realising... regretting
Stave 1&3 ... Scrooge says these words in Stave 1 and then in St…
Quote: 'I wish to be left alone!'
Stave 1... Punctuation... Demanding, mardy, giving out orders
Quote: 'Why do you delight to torture…
Stave 2 - when he sees belle... Words delight and torture juxtap…
18 terms
A Christmas Carol
counting house
clerk
coal
Bah! Humbug!
a company that manages the money of other companies
a person who performs general office tasks
a kind of material used for burning
old way of saying "That's stupid" or "I don't believe that"
counting house
a company that manages the money of other companies
clerk
a person who performs general office tasks
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