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8th Grade English - Lesson 5
baffled
bewildered
clamor
frail
unable to understand; perplexed
puzzled; confused
a loud noise; shouting
delicate, weak, fragile
baffled
unable to understand; perplexed
bewildered
puzzled; confused
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English final, 8th grade
analyze
annotate
argumentative
central idea
study it carefully to understand it
to make critical or explanatory notes
debate, disagree or talk about your differing ideas
a formulated thought or opinion that is the main part of the…
analyze
study it carefully to understand it
annotate
to make critical or explanatory notes
8th gradeEnglish Final
Noun
Verb
Adjective
Adverb
A person, place, thing, or idea
An action word
A word that describes a noun
A word that modifies a verb, an adjective, or another adverb
Noun
A person, place, thing, or idea
Verb
An action word
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English 8th Grade Vocabulary
urban
nationality
anxiety
resolute
Movement of people from rural areas to cities
the condition of belonging to a particular nation
feeling uneasy or worried about what may happen
bold, determined; firm
urban
Movement of people from rural areas to cities
nationality
the condition of belonging to a particular nation
36 terms
8th Grade English Final
Antagonist
Climax
Conflict
Dialogue
Antagonist The character or force that opposes the protagonist
Climax The climax is the result of the crisis. It is the high…
Conflict The essence of fiction. It creates plot. The conflic…
conversation between two or more persons
Antagonist
Antagonist The character or force that opposes the protagonist
Climax
Climax The climax is the result of the crisis. It is the high…
17 terms
English Exam - 8th grade
Allegory
Alliteration
Allusion
Cliché
a symbolic device in which characters or events in a story re…
repetition of a continent sound.
a figure of speech where the author refers to a subject matte…
an expression, idea, or element of work which has been overus…
Allegory
a symbolic device in which characters or events in a story re…
Alliteration
repetition of a continent sound.
65 terms
8th grade English synonyms/antonyms
conspicuous... 1
declare... 1
eloquent... 1
exhibit... 1
synonyms: visible; noticeable... antonyms: hidden; concealed
synonyms: announce; claim... antonyms: withhold; ignore
synonyms: expressive; persuasive... antonyms: dull; weak
synonyms: display; model... antonyms: hide; cover
conspicuous... 1
synonyms: visible; noticeable... antonyms: hidden; concealed
declare... 1
synonyms: announce; claim... antonyms: withhold; ignore
18 terms
8th grade English Study Guide
Writing process
Tap+F
Predictions
infrences
S= Source, "T" = Title, A= author, r-right verb,t=topic
Topic,audience,Purpose,format
an educated guess about what is going to happen next in a story
making a guess based on what you know
Writing process
S= Source, "T" = Title, A= author, r-right verb,t=topic
Tap+F
Topic,audience,Purpose,format
Roots 4 MC 8th Grade English
schole
ludo
allude
illusion
leisure, free time, Greek
play, mock - Latin
make indirect reference to.
the creation of a false impression.
schole
leisure, free time, Greek
ludo
play, mock - Latin
54 terms
8th Grade English Review
Plot, theme, and characters
The Face on a milk Carton, That was Th…
Noun
Adjective
These are some of the story elements of fiction
These are examples of novels.
This is a person,place or a thing.
This is a word that describes a noun or pronoun
Plot, theme, and characters
These are some of the story elements of fiction
The Face on a milk Carton, That was Th…
These are examples of novels.
14 terms
8th grade English review #2
suffix
edit
dash
setting
A word ending.
to make changes by adding, deleting, or modifying text, graph…
- used to indicate periods of time 2014-2015... also used like p…
Time and place in which the action of a story occurs.
suffix
A word ending.
edit
to make changes by adding, deleting, or modifying text, graph…
English Vocabulary Words 8th Grade
Counter
Weather
Emerge
Narrate
Speak in response
To face and withstand with courage
Come out into view, as from concealment
To give detailed account of
Counter
Speak in response
Weather
To face and withstand with courage
English words 8th grade
Adage
Bonanza
Churlish
Citadel
a wise saying
a rich mass of ore in a mine
lacking politeness
a fortress that overlooks and protects a city
Adage
a wise saying
Bonanza
a rich mass of ore in a mine
English Final (8th Grade)
Apostrophe
Simile
Metaphor
Personification
a punctuation mark ( ' ) used to indicate either possession (…
A simile is a figure of speech that makes a comparison, showi…
A figure of speech containing an implied comparison, in which…
a person, animal, or object regarded as representing or embod…
Apostrophe
a punctuation mark ( ' ) used to indicate either possession (…
Simile
A simile is a figure of speech that makes a comparison, showi…
10 terms
Mr. Julius 8th grade English
outrageous
parasite
protagonist
pulverize
grossly offensive
an organism that grows and feeds on or in living organisms
the main character in a work of Fiction
to reduce to dust
outrageous
grossly offensive
parasite
an organism that grows and feeds on or in living organisms
112 terms
8th Grade English Final
What is an Act?
What is Allusion?
What is Antagonist?
What is an Aside?
subdivision of a play
reference to something in another work of literature, mytholo…
character of force in conflict with a main character
character's brief remarks to the audience
What is an Act?
subdivision of a play
What is Allusion?
reference to something in another work of literature, mytholo…
96 terms
Summer English 8th grade
crawl
panic
prove
shake
לזחול
בהלה... להיבהל מ
להוכיח
לנער... לרעוד
crawl
לזחול
panic
בהלה... להיבהל מ
13 terms
English Words 8th Grade
assuaged
contemptuous
taciturn
disapprobation
make (an unpleasant feeling) less severe
Showing disapproval; scornful
Reserved or uncommunicative in speech.
Strong disapproval, typically on moral grounds
assuaged
make (an unpleasant feeling) less severe
contemptuous
Showing disapproval; scornful
7 terms
8th Grade English Final
5 Motifs and Symbols of The Hunger Games
What are the 11 characteristics of Rom…
How is "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow" R…
What are the themes of Romeo and Juliet?
Fire, bread, Rues death, the mockingjays, and dandelions
1.) Emotions, passion and irrationality... 2.) The Rugged Indivi…
Romanticizes country life, nature, new technology, supernatur…
Fate, Individual vs. Society, and Love
5 Motifs and Symbols of The Hunger Games
Fire, bread, Rues death, the mockingjays, and dandelions
What are the 11 characteristics of Rom…
1.) Emotions, passion and irrationality... 2.) The Rugged Indivi…
50 terms
English Grammar Terms 8th grade
Noun
Common noun
Proper noun
Pronoun
The name of a person place, thing, or idea.
Any one of a general class of people, places, things, or ideas.
The name of a special or specific person, place, thing, or id…
A word that takes the place of a noun or a group of nouns.
Noun
The name of a person place, thing, or idea.
Common noun
Any one of a general class of people, places, things, or ideas.
14 terms
8th grade English(Unit 2)
Composure
Exponential
Imposition
Repository
Control over expression and action
Steadily increasing
An unwelcome demand; a burden
A place designated for storage
Composure
Control over expression and action
Exponential
Steadily increasing
8th Grade - English WWW #12
an-
ab
mel
aden
without
away
song
gland
an-
without
ab
away
English 8th grade 2016-2017
simile
metaphor
personification
hyperboles
compares using like or as
a resemblance of 2 different objects that share 1 common char…
gives human like characteristics to non-living objects
exaggerated statements not meant to be taken seriously
simile
compares using like or as
metaphor
a resemblance of 2 different objects that share 1 common char…
8th Grade English Vocabulary
inference
procedure
purpose
narrative
a logical conclusion based on observation and past experience
a series of actions conducted in a certain order or manner
the reason for which something is done or created or for whic…
a story or sequence of events
inference
a logical conclusion based on observation and past experience
procedure
a series of actions conducted in a certain order or manner
16 terms
English Vocab 8th grade OCMS
Heresy
Omnipotent
Austere
beatific
An opinion that differs from established beliefs
Possessing unlimited power
Stern; severe
Revealing profound joy and inner peace
Heresy
An opinion that differs from established beliefs
Omnipotent
Possessing unlimited power
8th Grade English 3rd Hour
alter
chemist
condition
conduct
To change something for the better .
A person who studies or does research in the science of Chemi…
A way of living or existing.
The way a person behaves in a particular place or situation.
alter
To change something for the better .
chemist
A person who studies or does research in the science of Chemi…
29 terms
8th Grade English
elusive
metric
sustain
crave
adj. hard to catch
adj. Relating to measurement.
(v.) to support, nourish, keep up; to suffer, undergo; to bea…
(adj) very cowardly, lacking courage
elusive
adj. hard to catch
metric
adj. Relating to measurement.
20 terms
Jesuit 8th Grade English Set 15
assist
assume
assure
attach
to give support or aid to
to take for granted; to suppose
inform positively and with certainty and confidence
to fasten or affix; join; connect
assist
to give support or aid to
assume
to take for granted; to suppose
12 terms
Literary Terms- 8th grade English
Alliteration
Allusion
Assonance
Hyperbole
The repetition of beginning sounds in words that are close to…
A reference to a famous person, place, or event. Can refer to…
The repetition of VOWEL sounds at the beginning, middle, or e…
A writer's or speaker's exaggeration of words beyond what is…
Alliteration
The repetition of beginning sounds in words that are close to…
Allusion
A reference to a famous person, place, or event. Can refer to…
18 terms
8th grade English Quarter 1
narrative
plot
dialogue
conflict
A story true or fictitious.
The plan, scheme, or main story of a literary work.
A conversation between two or more persons.
A fight, battle, or struggle, especially a prolonged struggle…
narrative
A story true or fictitious.
plot
The plan, scheme, or main story of a literary work.
20 terms
Jesuit 8th Grade English Set 3
alacrity
alleviate
amalgamate
ambivalence
Cheerful or speedy willingness
To make more bearable
to combine; to mix together
The state of having contradictory or conflicting emotional at…
alacrity
Cheerful or speedy willingness
alleviate
To make more bearable
46 terms
English 8th Grade
What is a Noun
What is a Verb
What is a Pronoun
What is a Interjection
Person, Place, thing, or idea
An action
I, You, He, She
Exclamatory
What is a Noun
Person, Place, thing, or idea
What is a Verb
An action
Vocab tuns for 8th grade english
erg,urg
vig
ig,ag,act,eg
pos,pon
work
belively,be energetic
do,drive,act
to place to put
erg,urg
work
vig
belively,be energetic
10 terms
Rhetorical Devices (8th Grade English)
amplification
allusion
alliteration
anaphora
repetition of a word or expression while adding more detail f…
a short reference to a familiar person place thing or event
reptetition of initial sound
repetition of the same word at the beginning of successive fr…
amplification
repetition of a word or expression while adding more detail f…
allusion
a short reference to a familiar person place thing or event
25 terms
Blue Definitions 8th grade English
tyrant
bungle
loyal
mishap
a cruel and oppressive ruler.
A. carry out (a task) clumsily or incompetently, leading to f…
giving or showing firm and constant support or allegiance to…
an unlucky accident.
tyrant
a cruel and oppressive ruler.
bungle
A. carry out (a task) clumsily or incompetently, leading to f…
46 terms
8th Grade Honors English
metaphor
similie
alliteration
hyperbole
a comparison of two unlike things that suggests a similarity…
a comparison using "like" or "as" - she sings like an angel
the recurrence of initial consonant sounds - rubber baby bugg…
an exaggeration - that building can touch the clouds
metaphor
a comparison of two unlike things that suggests a similarity…
similie
a comparison using "like" or "as" - she sings like an angel
8th Grade english
Memoir
Miscellaneous
Viewpoint
Anecdote
A record of events written by a person intimate knowledge of…
...
...
...
Memoir
A record of events written by a person intimate knowledge of…
Miscellaneous
...
8th grade English
English call of the wild vocab 1-3
Morose
Imperiously
Metamorphosed
...
Unsociable
In an overbearing manner
Transformed
English call of the wild vocab 1-3
...
Morose
Unsociable
8th Grade English Vocabulary
Abdicate (verb)
Bane (noun)
Cajole (verb)
Daunt (verb)
To cast off or relinquish. (Let go of)
Something that causes a misery or death.
To deceive or persuade with false pretenses.
Cause to lose courage.
Abdicate (verb)
To cast off or relinquish. (Let go of)
Bane (noun)
Something that causes a misery or death.
165 terms
8th grade ENGLISH VOCAB
ALLUSION
CHRONIC
DENUNCIATION
EMBELLISH
(n) an indirect reference
(adj.) Lasting and recurring for a long time
(n) open disapproval
(v) to make beautiful or decorating... to improve by adding dec…
ALLUSION
(n) an indirect reference
CHRONIC
(adj.) Lasting and recurring for a long time
8th Grade English Vocab
Hyperbole
Meter
Rhythm
Metaphor
Obvious Exaggeration
The number of times the rhythm is repeated
Pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables
Direct Comparison
Hyperbole
Obvious Exaggeration
Meter
The number of times the rhythm is repeated
10 terms
8th Grade English Vocabulary
Licentious
Numismatist
Paucity
Fatalistic
morally unrestrained
a coin collector
a scarcity, lack
believing that all events in life are inevitable and determin…
Licentious
morally unrestrained
Numismatist
a coin collector
23 terms
8th Grade English Vocabulary
Formidable
Juxtapose
Timorous
Vie
Frightening; dreadful
To place side by side
Easily frightened; timid
To compete
Formidable
Frightening; dreadful
Juxtapose
To place side by side
17 terms
8th grade English vocab
Meticulously
Chastisement
Phenomenon
Aptitude
taking or showing extreme care about minute details; precise;…
severe criticism; a rebuke or strong reprimand
a fact, occurrence, or circumstance observed or observable
readiness or quickness in learning; intelligence
Meticulously
taking or showing extreme care about minute details; precise;…
Chastisement
severe criticism; a rebuke or strong reprimand
English Vocab 8th grade
tawny
tantalizingly
lucid
fictitious
orange-brown or yellow-brown color
torment or tease
easy to understand
not real or true
tawny
orange-brown or yellow-brown color
tantalizingly
torment or tease
55 terms
8th Grade English Vocabulary
List 1
Peril
Visage
Torrent
List 1
Danger
Face
A heavy outpouring; a violent stream (of liquid)
List 1
List 1
Peril
Danger
12 terms
8th grade English chapter 2
Singular noun
Plural noun
Possessive form
Compound nouns
Names one person, place, thing or idea
Names more than one person, place, thing or idea
Of a noun shows ownership or relationship
Made up of two or more verbs used together as a single noun
Singular noun
Names one person, place, thing or idea
Plural noun
Names more than one person, place, thing or idea
25 terms
8th grade english vocab
Abdicate
Bane
Cajole
Daunt
(Verb) to cast off or relinquish (let go of) ex. He agreed to…
(Noun) something that causes misery or death ex. Fogs are com…
(Verb) to deceive or persuade with false pretenses ex. You ca…
(Verb) cause to lose courage ex. I felt somewhat daunted by t…
Abdicate
(Verb) to cast off or relinquish (let go of) ex. He agreed to…
Bane
(Noun) something that causes misery or death ex. Fogs are com…
16 terms
English 8th grade
Synecdoche
Simile
Metaphor
Personification
When a part of something represents the whole.
A comparison using like or as
A comparison not using like or as
When a thing, animal, or idea is given human qualities
Synecdoche
When a part of something represents the whole.
Simile
A comparison using like or as
60 terms
8th grade - English Vocabulary
Defenestrate
Immolate
Mollify
Vilify
To throw something out a window
To destroy with fire
To make someone feel better
To portray someone as a villian
Defenestrate
To throw something out a window
Immolate
To destroy with fire
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