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English Alex
ballad
haiku
epic
ode
a long narrative (story) poem that tells about one event (usu…
japanese poetry written in 3 lines;... 5 syllables, 7 syllables,…
a long narrative (story) poem that talks about many events an…
a tribute type poem usually with music
ballad
a long narrative (story) poem that tells about one event (usu…
haiku
japanese poetry written in 3 lines;... 5 syllables, 7 syllables,…
Alex English
man
woman
girl
boy
мужчина
женщина
девочка
мальчик
man
мужчина
woman
женщина
10 terms
Alex english
angrily
easily
fiercely
foolishly
angrily
easily
fiercely
foolishly
angrily
angrily
easily
easily
Alex English
Figurative Language
Imagery
Alliteration
Hyperbole
Language that is not literal... example: I am so hungry I could…
using descriptive words that creates image in your mind... she r…
repeating the first letter of every word... ex. Reilly really ro…
exagerating... ex. I am so tired I could die
Figurative Language
Language that is not literal... example: I am so hungry I could…
Imagery
using descriptive words that creates image in your mind... she r…
Alex English
narrator
pot
set
staff
диктор
цветочный горшок
накрывать на стол
персонал
narrator
диктор
pot
цветочный горшок
6 terms
Alex 5th grade English
Declarative
Imperative
Exclamatory
Interrogative
makes a statement. It tell us something. sentence ends with a…
Give the command or make the request. The subject of a senten…
A sentence which expresses strong or sudden emotion. Ends in…
sentence ask a question. Ends with a question mark
Declarative
makes a statement. It tell us something. sentence ends with a…
Imperative
Give the command or make the request. The subject of a senten…
20 terms
Alex's English
feigned
subsisted
pilfer
conceits
ADJECTIVE simulated or pretended; insincere.... VERB pretend to…
VERB maintain or support oneself, especially at a minimal lev…
VERB steal (especially things of relatively little value).
NOUN excessive pride in oneself; a fanciful expression in wri…
feigned
ADJECTIVE simulated or pretended; insincere.... VERB pretend to…
subsisted
VERB maintain or support oneself, especially at a minimal lev…
21 terms
English (Alex) pg. 158
to brandish
to enthrall
to captivate
concussion
to wave or swing something threatingly
to hold the attention of somebody by being very exciting, int…
to attract or keep someone's attention by being very interest…
a little brain injury (someone might feel dizzy, feel sick or…
to brandish
to wave or swing something threatingly
to enthrall
to hold the attention of somebody by being very exciting, int…
29 terms
English (Alex) pg. 159
to overcome
to be overcome
mere
martyr
to defeat something
to be overwhelmed by something
an unimportant amount
someone who exaggerates they're suffering so that people symp…
to overcome
to defeat something
to be overcome
to be overwhelmed by something
Alex - English vocab
Traversing
Congenial
Ravager
Smiting
Passing or moving over, along, or through; crossing
Suited in tastes, temperament; compatible
Someone or something that damages or destroys
Afflicting or attacking with deadly or disastrous effect
Traversing
Passing or moving over, along, or through; crossing
Congenial
Suited in tastes, temperament; compatible
10 terms
English Alex # 3
Accessible
Awe
Cite
Compatible
Easily reached or entered
Great respect mixed with wonder and amazement
To mention in support of a point referred to
Getting along, combining well
Accessible
Easily reached or entered
Awe
Great respect mixed with wonder and amazement
15 terms
English vocab #3 | Alex
stumble
excision
terminate
dozen
miss a step and fall or nearly fall
Act of cutting out, removing, or resecting
To bring to an end
twelve
stumble
miss a step and fall or nearly fall
excision
Act of cutting out, removing, or resecting
10 terms
Alex's English work .
Above
Among
Beneath
During
Above
Among
Beneath
During
Above
Above
Among
Among
English Remediation (Alex Sanchez)
Alienation
To go in cold/blind
To hinder
To huddle together
To cause someone or a group if people to stop supporting and…
Y aller à l'aveugle
To limit the ability of someone to do something, or to limit…
To come close together in a group, or to hold your arms and l…
Alienation
To cause someone or a group if people to stop supporting and…
To go in cold/blind
Y aller à l'aveugle
28 terms
Alex - Victorian English vocab
pike
beadle
fells
beck
spear
an official of the church
hills
stream
pike
spear
beadle
an official of the church
Alex English final
Simile
Sonnet
Alliteration
Personification
A critical figure of speech in an argument when what is unkno…
a poem of fourteen lines using any of a number of formal rhym…
Repetition of sounds at the beginning of words
A figure of speech in which the author presents or describes…
Simile
A critical figure of speech in an argument when what is unkno…
Sonnet
a poem of fourteen lines using any of a number of formal rhym…
Alex english familiar words
simple sentence
run-on sentences
irregular plural noun
direct object
a sentence consisting of only one clause, with a single subje…
A run-on is a sentence in which two or more independent claus…
An irregular plural noun is an irregular noun in the plural f…
a noun phrase denoting a person or thing that is the recipien…
simple sentence
a sentence consisting of only one clause, with a single subje…
run-on sentences
A run-on is a sentence in which two or more independent claus…
Spanish to English - Alex
What is your name
Very bad
same to you
I am from....
como te llamas
muy mal
Igualmente
soy de ....
What is your name
como te llamas
Very bad
muy mal
10 terms
Alex's english terms
Conceptually
Negations
Enumeration
Symposium
A sentence is a complete thought
What the term doesn't mean
Listing characteristics describing the term
Drinking and intellectual conversation
Conceptually
A sentence is a complete thought
Negations
What the term doesn't mean
80 terms
Alex Exam English 7th
Antebellum
Antecedent
Anterior
Avant-garde
Of a period before a war, especially the Civil War
A thing or event that preceded
Coming before in position or time
Ahead of the times, especially in the arts.
Antebellum
Of a period before a war, especially the Civil War
Antecedent
A thing or event that preceded
10 terms
English Alex Gallucci
Astonish
Compulsion
Severe
Meager
Amaze
Driving irresistible force
Harsh
Of poor quality small in amount
Astonish
Amaze
Compulsion
Driving irresistible force
16 terms
Alex English poetry
figurative language
Imagery
Alliteration
Hyperbole
language that is not literal... ex. I am so hungry I could eat a…
using descriptive words to describe something... ex. she went fo…
repeating the first letter of every word... ex. Reilly really ro…
exaggeration... ex so tired I could die
figurative language
language that is not literal... ex. I am so hungry I could eat a…
Imagery
using descriptive words to describe something... ex. she went fo…
9 terms
Alex English Adverbs
adverb
adverbs that modify verbs answer these…
negative adverbs
adverbs that modify adjectives or adve…
modifies a verb, an adjective, or another adverb
Where? When? In what way? To what extent?
not, never, nowhere
To what extent?
adverb
modifies a verb, an adjective, or another adverb
adverbs that modify verbs answer these…
Where? When? In what way? To what extent?
5 terms
English 12 - Haley, Nick, Alex
abrogate
chortle
indolent
ubiquitous
( v.) cancel; deny; repeal
(v.) to chuckle with glee
(adj.) lazy
(adj.) seeming to be seen everywhere (Although once a status…
abrogate
( v.) cancel; deny; repeal
chortle
(v.) to chuckle with glee
10 terms
english 4 alex's
querulous
quiescence
recapitulate
reparation
adj. critical complaining
n. quiet, stillness, rest
v. to repeat in a concise form
n. something done or paid to compensate or make amends
querulous
adj. critical complaining
quiescence
n. quiet, stillness, rest
14 terms
Alex English Adjectives
adjective
definite article
indefinite articles
When to use a?
a word that describes a noun or pronoun... what kind, which one,…
(the) it points to a specific person, place, thing, or idea
(a, an) they point to any member of a group of similar people…
used before consonant sounds
adjective
a word that describes a noun or pronoun... what kind, which one,…
definite article
(the) it points to a specific person, place, thing, or idea
13 terms
Alex - English 2nd Q Exam
relative pronoun
interrogative pronoun
perfect tenses
phrasal verb
joins a dependent clause to an independent clause
a pronoun used to ask questions
a form of the auxiliary verb have and the participle tense
a combination of a main verb, adverb or a preposition
relative pronoun
joins a dependent clause to an independent clause
interrogative pronoun
a pronoun used to ask questions
Alex English Unit 2
call
crazy
a lot of
present
nennen
verrückt
viel
Geschenk
call
nennen
crazy
verrückt
vocabulary #5/ alex olvera/ english
Alliteration
Eclectic
Egregious
Embezzlement
Repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning of words
Choosing from various sources
Extremely bad
stealing
Alliteration
Repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning of words
Eclectic
Choosing from various sources
10 terms
Vocabulary #3 Alex English 10
Avarice
Furtive
Vigilant
Extradite
Greed; desire for wealth
Stealthy and secretive
Alert at all times, watchful
To turn over to deliver to the legal jurisdiction of another…
Avarice
Greed; desire for wealth
Furtive
Stealthy and secretive
16 terms
Unit 3 English Test -Alex
Kate Chopin
Bierce
Edwin Arlington Robinson
Douglass
Portrayed the discontentment of women confined to traditional…
Wrote the Devil's Dictionary and short stories that focused o…
Portrayed life's hardships of characters in Tilbury Town, suc…
Fled to England, published an autobiography, and worked as a…
Kate Chopin
Portrayed the discontentment of women confined to traditional…
Bierce
Wrote the Devil's Dictionary and short stories that focused o…
10 terms
English 10 list 2 alex
Heresy (noun)
Docile (adj)
Libation (noun)
Anathema (noun)
The crime of holding a belief that goes against establishment…
Easy to teach or manage
A drink, especially an alcoholic one
A hated, repellent person or thing
Heresy (noun)
The crime of holding a belief that goes against establishment…
Docile (adj)
Easy to teach or manage
Alexs' Vocab for English
ab
junct
tion
aberration
away from
join
state of being
departure from what is normal or ... desirable
ab
away from
junct
join
5 terms
English Ms. Giese Alex/John
Libel
Quell
Inordinately
Provocation
A published false statement that is damaging to a person's re…
to put an end to a rebellion (or other disorder) typically by…
Extremely
action or speech that makes someone angry or annoyed, especia…
Libel
A published false statement that is damaging to a person's re…
Quell
to put an end to a rebellion (or other disorder) typically by…
Alex Semester 1 English Vocab
conflict
setting
protagonist
foreshadowing
a struggle between two forces in a literary work
the time, place, and environment in which the events take place
the character playing the central role in a literary work
the act of presenting hints to events that will occur later i…
conflict
a struggle between two forces in a literary work
setting
the time, place, and environment in which the events take place
71 terms
Alex Hetrick English Mid-exam
Inclement
Exhilarate
Pliable
Urbane
Pleasant
Depress
Rigid
Crude
Inclement
Pleasant
Exhilarate
Depress
Alex Gibson Set about English
Noun
Pronoun
Adjective
Verb
The name of a person, place, thing, or idea ... They come in two…
A word that takes the place of a noun to avoid repetition.
a word that describes or modifies a noun or pronoun.
A word that shows action or existence(a state of being)
Noun
The name of a person, place, thing, or idea ... They come in two…
Pronoun
A word that takes the place of a noun to avoid repetition.
43 terms
Alex English Short Stories Vocab
Invalid
Imminent
Caul
Palmetto
physically disabled
likely to happen soon
a membrane enclosing a baby at birth
palm leaves
Invalid
physically disabled
Imminent
likely to happen soon
Alex et Zoe 1: English
You
How
Hey
Good
Tu
Comment
Salut
Bon
You
Tu
How
Comment
53 terms
Alex's English-Spanish Dictionary
amo
viajar
baño
selencio
I Love
Travel
Bathroom
Silence
amo
I Love
viajar
Travel
100 terms
100 English Terms by Alex Smith
noun
verb
adjective
adverb
person, place, thing, or idea
action or state of being / action, linking, helping
describes a noun -
describes a verb, adjective, or adverb
noun
person, place, thing, or idea
verb
action or state of being / action, linking, helping
10 terms
English Vocab quiz Alex.W
exposition
expository essay
extended metaphor
external conflict
A narrative device, often used at the beginning of a work tha…
An essay that explains, informs, or presents information.
A metaphor developed at great length, occurring frequently in…
A problem or struggle between a character and someone or some…
exposition
A narrative device, often used at the beginning of a work tha…
expository essay
An essay that explains, informs, or presents information.
34 terms
Alex English 9 Post Test
The Odyssey: Identify the antagonist(s…
The Odyssey: What are Odysseus's two b…
The Odyssey: What does Argus represent?
The Odyssey: What epithets describe Od…
Poseidon and Antinous
loyalty and cleverness
loyalty
(1) master mariner and soldier; (2) son of great Laertes; (3)…
The Odyssey: Identify the antagonist(s…
Poseidon and Antinous
The Odyssey: What are Odysseus's two b…
loyalty and cleverness
19 terms
Alex's English Vocab Set 2
Arduous
Avarice
Insidious
Felicity
Involving or requiring strenuous effort; difficult and tiring.
Extreme greed for wealth or material gain.
Proceeding in a gradual, subtle way but with harmful effects.
Intense happiness; he ability to find appropriate expression…
Arduous
Involving or requiring strenuous effort; difficult and tiring.
Avarice
Extreme greed for wealth or material gain.
8 terms
English Vocabulary 9A AlexL.
Ambiguity
Chronological Order
Denoument
Falling Action
a statement, which has two or more meanings; a statement that…
time order
the unraveling and resolution of a problem in the story
the falling action is the series of events that show the resu…
Ambiguity
a statement, which has two or more meanings; a statement that…
Chronological Order
time order
20 terms
Alex - 10th English Vocab, Antigone
assuage
brandish
cynical
demoralize
to ease; calm
to wave maniacally
scornful of the motives
to weaken the spirit
assuage
to ease; calm
brandish
to wave maniacally
17 terms
Alex's English Vocabulary set 3
Inscrutable
Maledictions
Prescient
Pertinaciously
Impossible to understand or interpret
A magical word or phrase uttered in the intention of bringing…
Having or showing knowledge of events before they take place
Holding firmly to an opinion or a course of action
Inscrutable
Impossible to understand or interpret
Maledictions
A magical word or phrase uttered in the intention of bringing…
English Honors Vocab Lesson 1-Alex Stelly
Divulge
Abet
Ardor
Dogmatic
Verb: To Tell, To Reveal (As A Secret)... Syn: Unveil, Disclose…
Verb: To Assist Or Encourage, Especially In Wrongdoing... Syn: P…
Noun- An Intense Feeling of Devotion Or Eagerness... Syn: Zeal A…
Adjective- Arrogant And Stubborn About One's Beliefs... Syn: Dic…
Divulge
Verb: To Tell, To Reveal (As A Secret)... Syn: Unveil, Disclose…
Abet
Verb: To Assist Or Encourage, Especially In Wrongdoing... Syn: P…
36 terms
English Vocab. Ms. Giese John/Alex
assuage
taciturn
imprudent
condescend
to ease, soothe, relieve, or pacify
reserved or uncommunicative in speech, saying little
not showing care for the consequences of an action; lacking g…
to do a thing regarded as beneath one's dignity. To show that…
assuage
to ease, soothe, relieve, or pacify
taciturn
reserved or uncommunicative in speech, saying little
Tyler and Alex Spanish to English words
llover
nevar
querer
pensar
to rain
to snow
to want
to think
llover
to rain
nevar
to snow
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