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86 terms
ESL ENGLISH
Apple
Orange
Pear
Banana
Apple
Orange
13 terms
HSC English
define the metaphor?
define the alliteration?
define the assonance?
define the onomatopoeia?
describe something by saying that is something else usually t…
A repetition of the same constant sound at the beginning of t…
a vowel sound is repeated at the begging or the middle of the…
the word of sound that means when thing has sound that will w…
define the metaphor?
describe something by saying that is something else usually t…
define the alliteration?
A repetition of the same constant sound at the beginning of t…
50 terms
HSC English key terms
alliteration
allusion
anaphora
aphorism or maxim
Repetition of a consonant at the beginning of consecutive wor…
A literary device that directs the responder's imagination to…
The repetition of one or more words at the beginning of more…
Usually a concise statement containing a personal truth or ob…
alliteration
Repetition of a consonant at the beginning of consecutive wor…
allusion
A literary device that directs the responder's imagination to…
11 terms
english hsc
quote for truth in shoe horn sonata
quote for treatment of people in shoe…
quote for truth in mental cases
quote for treatment of people in menta…
"were you ever that bad bridie?"... "we were worse"
"they made us squat like animals... they wanted to humiliate us
"batter of guns and shatter of flying muscle
"purgatorial shadows"
quote for truth in shoe horn sonata
"were you ever that bad bridie?"... "we were worse"
quote for treatment of people in shoe…
"they made us squat like animals... they wanted to humiliate us
12 terms
ESL Feelings (English Spanish)
How do you feel?
I am happy.
I am confused.
I am surprised.
Como se siente?
Yo estoy contenta.
Yo estoy confundido.
Yo estoy sorprendida.
How do you feel?
Como se siente?
I am happy.
Yo estoy contenta.
26 terms
ESL Alphabet and English Pronunciation
A
B
C
D
apple
'b' like in "baby"
'c' like in "cat"
'd' like in "dog"
A
apple
B
'b' like in "baby"
25 terms
ESL - Bank Vocabulary English
24-7
ATM
Balance
bounce a check
24 hours a day, 7 days a week; always open.
Automated Teller Machine
The amount of money in your account.
Write a check when there isn't enough money in the account.
24-7
24 hours a day, 7 days a week; always open.
ATM
Automated Teller Machine
26 terms
ESL Alphabet and English Pronunciation
A
B
C
D
'a' like in apple
'b' like in "baby"
'c' like in "cat"
'd' like in "dog"
A
'a' like in apple
B
'b' like in "baby"
15 terms
ESL Suffixes 62 English
rained
prayed
studied
cleaning
It ______________ yesterday.
I ____________ for my sick friend.
The boy _____________ for his test.
I like _____________ my house.
rained
It ______________ yesterday.
prayed
I ____________ for my sick friend.
20 terms
ESL English Review
alphabetize
consonant
essay
exam
to arrange in ABC order
a speech sound that is not a vowel
a short writing on a single topic
a set of questions testing knowledge
alphabetize
to arrange in ABC order
consonant
a speech sound that is not a vowel
20 terms
Great Expectations ESL English 9
expectation
envy
marsh
mist
an eager anticipation of an event
a feeling of jealousy, envidia
a low-lying area, often covered with tall grasses, where the…
a thin fog with condensation near the ground
expectation
an eager anticipation of an event
envy
a feeling of jealousy, envidia
41 terms
Yr 12 HSC ESL [The Namesake] Glossary
anniversary
affair
apartment
thanksgiving
n.周年纪念
外遇
公寓
感恩节
anniversary
n.周年纪念
affair
外遇
16 terms
HSC English Film Language
Frame
Cinematography
Shot types
Establishing shot
Dividing line between the edges of the screen image and the e…
This includes features like: Camera shots/angles/movement, li…
...
Opening shot or sequence, normally filmed as an Extreme Long…
Frame
Dividing line between the edges of the screen image and the e…
Cinematography
This includes features like: Camera shots/angles/movement, li…
28 terms
ESL I _ Classroom English
write
read
Raise your hand.
Stand up.
write
read
15 terms
ESL Week 1 English to English
Lyrics
Disgrace
Banner
Waiving
Words for a song
To not make a responsible choice
A flag
To shake your hand in the air
Lyrics
Words for a song
Disgrace
To not make a responsible choice
9 terms
HSC English Terms
Allegory
Alliteration
Allusion
Ambiguity
A story or narrative with two meanings; the obvious or litera…
Repetition of consonants at the beginning of successive words…
A subtle or passing reference to an event, person, place, oth…
When something is left to the reader's imagination. Often thi…
Allegory
A story or narrative with two meanings; the obvious or litera…
Alliteration
Repetition of consonants at the beginning of successive words…
35 terms
ESL Food in English (from Quizlet)
baked potato
chicken nuggets
cornbread
porkchops
baked potato
chicken nuggets
13 terms
Unit 4 Vocab (ESL English)
Appertaining
Depreciates
Parsimony
Prudence
to belong as a part, right, possession, attribute, etc.; pert…
to reduce the purchasing value of (money); to lessen the valu…
extreme or excessive economy or frugality; stinginess.
wise in practical affairs, as by providing for the future; ca…
Appertaining
to belong as a part, right, possession, attribute, etc.; pert…
Depreciates
to reduce the purchasing value of (money); to lessen the valu…
600 terms
English ESL
The
of
and
a
a,o
de,da
e
um,uma
The
a,o
of
de,da
50 terms
HSC English key terms
alliteration
allusion
anaphora
aphorism or maxim
Repetition of a consonant at the beginning of consecutive wor…
A literary device that directs the responder's imagination to…
The repetition of one or more words at the beginning of more…
Usually a concise statement containing a personal truth or ob…
alliteration
Repetition of a consonant at the beginning of consecutive wor…
allusion
A literary device that directs the responder's imagination to…
41 terms
English Reformation ESL
Henry VIII
He wrote a treatise to the Pope agains…
Katherine of Aragon
Because the Pope granted them permissi…
Who started the English Reformation?
Why did the Pope name King Henry "Defender of the Faith?"
Who was Henry VIII's first wife?
Why was Henry VIII able to marry Katherine of Aragon ?
Henry VIII
Who started the English Reformation?
He wrote a treatise to the Pope agains…
Why did the Pope name King Henry "Defender of the Faith?"
21 terms
English esl
Climax
Setting
Conflict
Denoument
Most exciting part in a story
Time and place
The problem in a story
Events that happen after the resolution
Climax
Most exciting part in a story
Setting
Time and place
20 terms
ESL ENGLISH
admonish
breach
brigand
circumspect
告诫;劝告
违背,缺口
强盗;土匪
细心的;周到的
admonish
告诫;劝告
breach
违背,缺口
13 terms
ESL english
Labor saving
Evoluyion
innovation
sanitation
conserving work forces, conserving man hours
development, progression
introduction of something new; change, new method or practice
maintenance of cleanliness and good hygiene
Labor saving
conserving work forces, conserving man hours
Evoluyion
development, progression
42 terms
ESL Verbs (English - Spanish)
abrir
apagar (la luz)
aprender
ayudar
to open
to turn off
to learn
to help
abrir
to open
apagar (la luz)
to turn off
26 terms
ESL Alphabet and English Pronunciation
A
B
C
D
'a' like in apple
'b' like in "baby"
'c' like in "cat"
'd' like in "dog"
A
'a' like in apple
B
'b' like in "baby"
42 terms
ESL Verbs (English - Spanish)
abrir
apagar (la luz)
aprender
ayudar
to open
to turn off
to learn
to help
abrir
to open
apagar (la luz)
to turn off
86 terms
ESL ENGLISH Fruits and Animals
Apple
Orange
Pear
Banana
Apple
Orange
41 terms
ESL body parts (English Spanish)
Head
ears
throat
nose
la cabeza
las orejas
la garganta
la nariz
Head
la cabeza
ears
las orejas
38 terms
ESL- useful English Idioms
a hot potato
an arm and a leg
at the drop of a hat
back to the drawing board
a topic which is controversial or a topic which many people a…
very expensive
instantly, without hesitation
start all over again
a hot potato
a topic which is controversial or a topic which many people a…
an arm and a leg
very expensive
27 terms
ESL ENGLISH-Animals
bird
cat
dog
horse
bird
cat
38 terms
ESL Family (English-Spanish)
cuñado
cuñada
madre
padre
brother-in-law
sister-in-law
mother
father
cuñado
brother-in-law
cuñada
sister-in-law
26 terms
ESL Alphabet and English Pronunciation
A
B
C
D
'a' like in apple
'b' like in "baby"
'c' like in "cat"
'd' like in "dog"
A
'a' like in apple
B
'b' like in "baby"
42 terms
HSC English Literary Techniques
Allegory
Alliteration
Cliche
Consonance
Story with a double meaning
Repetition of consonants at the start of the words or in a se…
An over-used, common expression
Repetition of consonants throughout a sentence or phrase
Allegory
Story with a double meaning
Alliteration
Repetition of consonants at the start of the words or in a se…
38 terms
ESL Family (English-Spanish)
cuñado
cuñada
madre
padre
brother-in-law
sister-in-law
mother
father
cuñado
brother-in-law
cuñada
sister-in-law
62 terms
HSC English key terms
alliteration
allusion
anaphora
aphorism or maxim
Repetition of a consonant at the beginning of consecutive wor…
A literary device that directs the responder's imagination to…
The repetition of one or more words at the beginning of more…
Usually a concise statement containing a personal truth or ob…
alliteration
Repetition of a consonant at the beginning of consecutive wor…
allusion
A literary device that directs the responder's imagination to…
12 terms
ESL Feelings (English Spanish)
How do you feel?
I am happy.
I am confused.
I am surprised.
Como se siente?
Yo estoy contenta.
Yo estoy confundido.
Yo estoy sorprendida.
How do you feel?
Como se siente?
I am happy.
Yo estoy contenta.
50 terms
HSC English key terms
alliteration
allusion
anaphora
aphorism or maxim
Repetition of a consonant at the beginning of consecutive wor…
A literary device that directs the responder's imagination to…
The repetition of one or more words at the beginning of more…
Usually a concise statement containing a personal truth or ob…
alliteration
Repetition of a consonant at the beginning of consecutive wor…
allusion
A literary device that directs the responder's imagination to…
50 terms
HSC English key terms
alliteration
allusion
anaphora
aphorism or maxim
Repetition of a consonant at the beginning of consecutive wor…
A literary device that directs the responder's imagination to…
The repetition of one or more words at the beginning of more…
Usually a concise statement containing a personal truth or ob…
alliteration
Repetition of a consonant at the beginning of consecutive wor…
allusion
A literary device that directs the responder's imagination to…
19 terms
ESL days and months (English - Spanish)
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
lunes
martes
miercoles
jueves
Monday
lunes
Tuesday
martes
10 terms
English Idioms - ESL
Living in a fantasy. It means the pers…
Extremely frightened, anxious or scared
Wait a moment. Used to ​tell someone t…
Weakened or tired after trying many ti…
Head in the clouds
Heart in your mouth
Hold your horses
Until you are blue in the face
Living in a fantasy. It means the pers…
Head in the clouds
Extremely frightened, anxious or scared
Heart in your mouth
12 terms
ESL Feelings (English Spanish)
How do you feel?
I am happy.
I am confused.
I am surprised.
Como se siente?
Yo estoy contenta.
Yo estoy confundido.
Yo estoy sorprendida.
How do you feel?
Como se siente?
I am happy.
Yo estoy contenta.
10 terms
ESL English Vocabulary 1
consider
feast
generous
guilt
to think about something very carefully
a large meal
willing to give more
a feeling you did something wrong
consider
to think about something very carefully
feast
a large meal
21 terms
HSC English - Literary Techniques
Alliteration
Assonance
Consonance
Sibilance
The repetition of initial consonant sounds.
The repetition of vowel sounds.
A consonant sound is repeated in words that are in close prox…
Strongly stressed consonants are created deliberately by prod…
Alliteration
The repetition of initial consonant sounds.
Assonance
The repetition of vowel sounds.
21 terms
ESL Basic Phrases (English - Spanish)
Hello
Goodbye
Where is the bathroom?
How are you?
¡Hola!
¡Adiós!
¿Donde está el baño?
¿Como está usted?
Hello
¡Hola!
Goodbye
¡Adiós!
12 terms
ESL Feelings (English Spanish)
How do you feel?
happy
confused
surprised
...
How do you feel?
...
happy
12 terms
ESL Feelings (English Spanish)
How do you feel?
I am happy.
I am confused.
I am surprised.
Como se siente?
Yo estoy contenta.
Yo estoy confundido.
Yo estoy sorprendida.
How do you feel?
Como se siente?
I am happy.
Yo estoy contenta.
38 terms
ESL Numbers in English
0
1
2
3
zero
one
two
three
0
zero
1
one
21 terms
ESL Basic Phrases (English - Spanish)
Hello
Goodbye
Where is the bathroom?
How are you?
¡Hola!
¡Adiós!
¿Donde está el baño?
¿Como está usted?
Hello
¡Hola!
Goodbye
¡Adiós!
50 terms
HSC English key terms
alliteration
allusion
anaphora
aphorism or maxim
Repetition of a consonant at the beginning of consecutive wor…
A literary device that directs the responder's imagination to…
The repetition of one or more words at the beginning of more…
Usually a concise statement containing a personal truth or ob…
alliteration
Repetition of a consonant at the beginning of consecutive wor…
allusion
A literary device that directs the responder's imagination to…
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