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English B Command Terms
Analyze
Evaluate
Compare
Justify
A type of thinking. To determine various component parts and…
A type of thinking. Judging the value or character of somethi…
A type of thinking. To examine the similarities and/or differ…
Give valid reasons or evidence to support an answer or conclu…
Analyze
A type of thinking. To determine various component parts and…
Evaluate
A type of thinking. Judging the value or character of somethi…
English 9 B: Punctuation
Proper noun
Proper adjectives
Compound verb
Compound subject
A noun that names a specific person, place, or thing; it is a…
An adjective derived from a proper noun; it is always capital…
Two or more connected verbs that have the same subject (Examp…
Two or more connected subjects that have a common verb (Examp…
Proper noun
A noun that names a specific person, place, or thing; it is a…
Proper adjectives
An adjective derived from a proper noun; it is always capital…
16 terms
Oil - English B
petroleum
refine
drill
transportation
a word which also means oil, fuel, gasoline, etc.
a process that improves a product
make a hole downwards into the earth
the taking of products from one place to another
petroleum
a word which also means oil, fuel, gasoline, etc.
refine
a process that improves a product
50 terms
English B
baby
back (body)
back (direction)
bad
baby
back (body)
English B
Bane
Brevity
Benefactor
Blasphemy
Poison; torment; cause of harm (n)
Briefness (n)
One who provides help, esp. in the form of a gift or donation…
Irreverence; an insult to something held sacred; profanity (n)
Bane
Poison; torment; cause of harm (n)
Brevity
Briefness (n)
January list English B
conflate
concise
monosyllabic
vernacular
to confuse two things with one another; to combine two things
Brief, to the point... Expressing much in a few words
having only one syllable
Everyday language of ordinary people
conflate
to confuse two things with one another; to combine two things
concise
Brief, to the point... Expressing much in a few words
10 terms
Real English B1+
commit
motivate
assignment
extra-curricular
A pledge or promise
inspire, stimulate, provoke
homework
outside the regular academic curriculum
commit
A pledge or promise
motivate
inspire, stimulate, provoke
33 terms
English B1 - Emotions
happy
sad
angry
bored
feeling good
feeling unhappy
feeling cross
wishing there was something good to do
happy
feeling good
sad
feeling unhappy
25 terms
English B
Abject
Aesthetic
Alacrity
Auspicious
...
...
...
...
Abject
...
Aesthetic
...
32 terms
English b
to reanimate
to dissect
to annihilate
aesthetic
recreate
cut up
to destroy
artistic
to reanimate
recreate
to dissect
cut up
20 terms
English B
A contemplation upon flowers
Once Upon a Time
Forgive My Guilt
West Indies, USA
Henry King
Gabriel Okara
Robert P. Coffin
Stewart Brown
A contemplation upon flowers
Henry King
Once Upon a Time
Gabriel Okara
English B
Homophones
Homonyms
Homographs
"I am at the end of my tether"
the same sound, but different spelling
the same sound and spelling, but different meaning
the same writing, but different pronunciation
no pation and strenght
Homophones
the same sound, but different spelling
Homonyms
the same sound and spelling, but different meaning
January list English B
conflate
concise
monosyllabic
vernacular
to confuse two things with one another; to combine two things
Brief, to the point... Expressing much in a few words
having only one syllable
Everyday language of ordinary people
conflate
to confuse two things with one another; to combine two things
concise
Brief, to the point... Expressing much in a few words
English 9 B: Word Parts
Etymology
Prefix
Root word
Suffix
The origin and history of a word
A syllable or word that comes before a root word to change it…
A word in its simplest form, before any prefixes or suffixes…
A syllable or word that comes after a root word to change its…
Etymology
The origin and history of a word
Prefix
A syllable or word that comes before a root word to change it…
28 terms
English B1 - The Environment
efficient
recycle
gasoline or petrol
fossil fuel
making good use of time or energy
use again
fuel that you put into a car
fuel such as petroleum, coal or natural gas
efficient
making good use of time or energy
recycle
use again
English B1-B2 : phrasal verbs
throw away
get on with
take off
look forward to
put sth in the bin
have a good relationship with
a flight, a business, or your shoes
to be excited about sth in the future
throw away
put sth in the bin
get on with
have a good relationship with
English 10 B: Writing Research
.com
.org
.edu
.gov
A URL ending for a commercial website owned by a business
A URL ending for a website owned by a non-profit organization
A URL ending for a website owned by a school or university
A URL ending for a website owned by a government
.com
A URL ending for a commercial website owned by a business
.org
A URL ending for a website owned by a non-profit organization
20 terms
English B
Unusual
Jolt
Headlines
Weird
异常
颠簸
头条
奇怪
Unusual
异常
Jolt
颠簸
English Wordfiles B.B
blaring
posse
stilettos
term
loeiende
groep vrienden
naaldhakken
kwartaal
blaring
loeiende
posse
groep vrienden
English b
Behind the steering wheel
Painstaking
To assume responsibility for snth
Bouts of anger
За рулем
Не трудолюбивый
Взять ответственность да что либо
Приступы ярости
Behind the steering wheel
За рулем
Painstaking
Не трудолюбивый
English 10 B: Essay Structure
Fiction
Nonfiction
Exposition
Expository writing
Creative writing that is not true or is made up
Writing that tells about real people, places, and events
A description or explanation of an idea or subject
Writing that explains or informs
Fiction
Creative writing that is not true or is made up
Nonfiction
Writing that tells about real people, places, and events
25 terms
IB English Language B
advocate
plump
linguists
linguistics
1) NOUN: An advocate is a person who tries to influence other…
pleasantly fat; nicely rounded
people who specialize in the study of languages-how they make…
-The study of how language was formed, the history of languag…
advocate
1) NOUN: An advocate is a person who tries to influence other…
plump
pleasantly fat; nicely rounded
14 terms
English B
setting
freytag pyramid
expostion
inciting moment
the time and place that the story takes place
An organization tool focusing on a pyramid/triangle shape tha…
The begining of a story where setting and characters are intr…
Something happens and the problem is introduced.
setting
the time and place that the story takes place
freytag pyramid
An organization tool focusing on a pyramid/triangle shape tha…
10 terms
English 10 - Vocab. B
Benevolent
Benign
Bequeath
Biased
generous, charitable
kindly, favorable
leave to someone by a will
slanted, prejudiced
Benevolent
generous, charitable
Benign
kindly, favorable
unit 3 english B
condemnation
frandulent
entrepreneur
idiosyncratic
a public statement in which someone criticizes someone or som…
dishonest, deceptive, deceitful
sb who uses money to start a business and make business deals…
unusual or strange and not shared by other people, distinctiv…
condemnation
a public statement in which someone criticizes someone or som…
frandulent
dishonest, deceptive, deceitful
English 9 B: Sentence Construction
Complete subject
Complete predicate
Simple subject
Simple predicate
The subject of a sentence, and any words related to it (Examp…
The verb in a sentence, and any words related to it (Example:…
The main word or word group in the complete subject (Example:…
The main verb in the complete predicate (Example: WALKED acro…
Complete subject
The subject of a sentence, and any words related to it (Examp…
Complete predicate
The verb in a sentence, and any words related to it (Example:…
10 terms
English B
Design
Distinct
Element
Equate
To make a plan or drawing of something that will be built
To be different from something else
One part of something larger
To consider two things to be similar or equal
Design
To make a plan or drawing of something that will be built
Distinct
To be different from something else
11 terms
English B-
pitfalls
to cite
to underscore
grip
a ​likely ​mistake or ​problem in a ​situation(płapka/ryzyko/…
to mention something as an example or proof of something else…
to emphasize the importance of something (podkreślić)
​control over something or someone (kontrola)
pitfalls
a ​likely ​mistake or ​problem in a ​situation(płapka/ryzyko/…
to cite
to mention something as an example or proof of something else…
19 terms
English B
protagonist
Conflicts
setting
antagonist
the hero of the story who learns a life lesson
P v. p ... p v. s ... p v. n ... p v. s
The time and place that the story takes place
The one\force who oppresses the protagonist, not always human
protagonist
the hero of the story who learns a life lesson
Conflicts
P v. p ... p v. s ... p v. n ... p v. s
10 terms
English 9 - Vocab. B
Bashful
Bamboozle
Bygone
Bureau
shy
deceive by trickery
of times past
chest of drawers, dresser
Bashful
shy
Bamboozle
deceive by trickery
75 terms
English B
bachelor's degree
backgorund
backlog
baffle
licencjat
wykształcenie
zaległości w pracy
wprawiać w zakłopotanie
bachelor's degree
licencjat
backgorund
wykształcenie
English b
Convoluted
Belligerence
Decorum
Elusive
Adj, highly complex or intricate,
Noun, hostile or war like attitude
Noun, proper and polite behavior
Difficult to catch , difficult to remember or understand, pre…
Convoluted
Adj, highly complex or intricate,
Belligerence
Noun, hostile or war like attitude
16 terms
English B
High Five 1:
High Five 2:
High Five 3:
High Five 4:
Topic Sentence (1 Sentence)
Background Info (2-4 sentences)
Evidence
Analysis (4-7 sentences)
High Five 1:
Topic Sentence (1 Sentence)
High Five 2:
Background Info (2-4 sentences)
12 terms
English B
Target Audience
Advertisement
Branding
Logo
age group, gender, race are what advertisers consider. Who wi…
Something that tries to grab your attention/persuade you, the…
A symbol that represents a product where consumers instantly…
A symbol that represents a product. (The emblem, mascot, or t…
Target Audience
age group, gender, race are what advertisers consider. Who wi…
Advertisement
Something that tries to grab your attention/persuade you, the…
15 terms
English B
consecrate
execrate
sacrament
sacrilege
to make or declare something sacred; to dedicate something to…
to denounce as vile or evil;to curse; to detest ... -sacer
something considered to have scared significance ... -sacer
to be disrespectful to something sacred... -sacer
consecrate
to make or declare something sacred; to dedicate something to…
execrate
to denounce as vile or evil;to curse; to detest ... -sacer
14 terms
English b
Atone
Devoid
Replete
Mamouth
To make amends
Entirely without lacking
Full or supplied to the utmost
Huge gigantic
Atone
To make amends
Devoid
Entirely without lacking
English B
mood
authors purpose
parable
inference
atmosphere or climate of feeling in literal work.
the reason the author wrote the story. or director created th…
a very short story that illustrates a truth or teaches a mora…
What the text states, plus what I know thought (my thoughts.)
mood
atmosphere or climate of feeling in literal work.
authors purpose
the reason the author wrote the story. or director created th…
25 terms
English (b)
flagrant
frenetic
auspicious
mollify
extremely or deliberately shocking
wildly excited or active
favorable or promising
to calm or soothe
flagrant
extremely or deliberately shocking
frenetic
wildly excited or active
10 terms
English b
omniscient (adj.)
characterization (n.)
connotation (n.)
dialogue (n.)
all seeing, all knowing
depiction, profile
implication, undertone
discourse, communication
omniscient (adj.)
all seeing, all knowing
characterization (n.)
depiction, profile
english B
Baffle
balk
bais
blatant
(v) to be a mystery to or to be bewildering to; to confuse
(v) to refuse to comply
(n) a preference for one thing over another especially an unf…
(adj) completely obvious; without any attempt at concealment
Baffle
(v) to be a mystery to or to be bewildering to; to confuse
balk
(v) to refuse to comply
English B
Personification
Imagery
alliteration
Symbol
attributing human characteristics to inanimate object, animal…
language that evokes sensory image
repetition of the initial consonant sounds
an object or action that means more than its literal meaning
Personification
attributing human characteristics to inanimate object, animal…
Imagery
language that evokes sensory image
15 terms
B English
banal
bane
banter
belie
repeated too often; over-familiar through overuse
something causing misery or death
to be silly or tease one another
to be in contradiction with
banal
repeated too often; over-familiar through overuse
bane
something causing misery or death
English B
LASSITUDE (n):
APLOMB (n):
DISCONSOLATE (adj):
CALLOW (adj):
a general state of weariness; a lack of energy( вялость, лета…
showing confidence and assuredness, especially in a difficult…
deeply unhappy; so sad as to be not comforted or cheered up b…
immature and inexperienced - specifically used most often in…
LASSITUDE (n):
a general state of weariness; a lack of energy( вялость, лета…
APLOMB (n):
showing confidence and assuredness, especially in a difficult…
English B
Deferred
Fester
Barren
Paradoxical
Put off until a future time
Become infected, form pus
Empty, haveing little or no vegitation
Seamingly full of contradications
Deferred
Put off until a future time
Fester
Become infected, form pus
12 terms
English B
aptitude
prestige
ruefully
disposition
natural ability or talent
reputation associated with success
in a way that expresses pity or sorrow
ones usual temperament or mood
aptitude
natural ability or talent
prestige
reputation associated with success
10 terms
English B
Prototype
Keepsake
Kingship
Laborious
An original
Something small that is usually kept to remember a person or…
Ruled by a king
Difficult
Prototype
An original
Keepsake
Something small that is usually kept to remember a person or…
36 terms
english b
ali
amor
anthrop
arch
other
love
man
rule
ali
other
amor
love
English b
Balk verb
Banal adj
Bane noun
Bathos noun
Hesitate or be unwilling to accept an idea
So lacking in originality
Cause of great distress
False sentimentality
Balk verb
Hesitate or be unwilling to accept an idea
Banal adj
So lacking in originality
24 terms
English b
Banish
Foresight
Revere
Arduous
Send someone away from a place for an official punishment
The ability to pirdict what will happen or be needed
Feel deep respect or admiration for someone or something
Requiring strenuous effort
Banish
Send someone away from a place for an official punishment
Foresight
The ability to pirdict what will happen or be needed
20 terms
English B
alliteration
Figurative launguage
figure of speech
metaphor
used for poetic effect
a way of saying one thing and meaning something else
an example of figurative language that states something that…
a figure of speech where in a comparison is made between to u…
alliteration
used for poetic effect
Figurative launguage
a way of saying one thing and meaning something else
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