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ENGLISH ETC.
Author of "The Last Spin"
Author of "Accident" and "The Immortal…
Author of "Fish Cheeks"
Author of "Dinosaur"
Evan Hunter
Dave Eggers
Amy Tan
Bruce Holland Rogers
Author of "The Last Spin"
Evan Hunter
Author of "Accident" and "The Immortal…
Dave Eggers
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english & etc
alexander pushkin
federico garcia lorca
elizabeth bishop
william carlos williams
alexander pushkin is considered the father of modern russian…
poet and playwright federico garcia lorca is considered one o…
in 1945, elizabeth bishop won a poetry contest, leading to th…
william carlos willams was both a doctor and a poet. when ask…
alexander pushkin
alexander pushkin is considered the father of modern russian…
federico garcia lorca
poet and playwright federico garcia lorca is considered one o…
ETC. English
What ends the salutation?
What ends the closing?
What religion did the Romans introduce?
What language did the Anglo-Saxons use?
Colon.
Comma.
Christianity.
Old English.
What ends the salutation?
Colon.
What ends the closing?
Comma.
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Greetings etc. - US ENGLISH
günaydın
...
...
...
good morning
hello
hi
good night
günaydın
good morning
...
hello
49 terms
English Vocab Etc.
Root word for outer space
Root word for fourth
Aversion
Grace
Aster/Astro
Quad/Quart
When you don't really like something.
A smooth elegant way of doing something.
Root word for outer space
Aster/Astro
Root word for fourth
Quad/Quart
5 terms
English Terms- ETC
Imagery
Detail
Language
Concrete (language)
Description that appeals to the senses (sight, sound, smell,…
the facts revealed by the author or speaker that support the…
Describes the combination of words used in a text which inclu…
Language that describes qualities that can be perceived with…
Imagery
Description that appeals to the senses (sight, sound, smell,…
Detail
the facts revealed by the author or speaker that support the…
English Vocab & Etc.
Cynical
Drone
Malicious
Exclusive
Distrusting
To speak in a monotonous tone
Intentionally harmful
Unshared, resticted
Cynical
Distrusting
Drone
To speak in a monotonous tone
english sentence structure etc
independent clause
dependent clause
courdinating conjunction
conjunctive advers
stand alone sentence... express a complete thought... -Victoria has…
unfinished thought ... cannot stand alone... -Because Victoria has…
a conjunction placed between words, phrases, clauses, or sent…
-parts of speech that are used to connect one clause to anoth…
independent clause
stand alone sentence... express a complete thought... -Victoria has…
dependent clause
unfinished thought ... cannot stand alone... -Because Victoria has…
English Vocab: Bowdlerize, etc
Bowdlerize (Definition)
Bowdlerize (Syn)
Herculean (Definition)
Herculean (Syn)
(Verb) To remove or Change
Delete, Censor, Expurgate
(Adj) Tremendous in size, strength, or effort
Mighty, Powerful, Massive, Immense, Colossal
Bowdlerize (Definition)
(Verb) To remove or Change
Bowdlerize (Syn)
Delete, Censor, Expurgate
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English poetry etc
Omniscient
Alliteration
Consonance
Quatrain
Know everything about one character
Repetition of a beginning consonant sound
Rep of consonants anywhere within the word
Breaks lines into groups of four
Omniscient
Know everything about one character
Alliteration
Repetition of a beginning consonant sound
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English nouns etc
Noun
Adverb
Adjective
Pronoun
Used to identify any class of people, places or things
Expressing manner place, time or degree e.g. Gently,here,now,…
A describing word ... E.g. Sweet, red, technical
E.g. He,she,me,you,it,this
Noun
Used to identify any class of people, places or things
Adverb
Expressing manner place, time or degree e.g. Gently,here,now,…
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English basics (nouns etc.)
common noun
collective noun
abstract noun
Adverbs
Non specific person, place or thing e.g. book, boat, eyes
groups of things e.g. flock, family
things you cant touch e.g. sadness, happiness
used to modify words (ly words) e.g. angrily, happily
common noun
Non specific person, place or thing e.g. book, boat, eyes
collective noun
groups of things e.g. flock, family
24 terms
English writing papers etc
Link
Introduction Body Conclusion
Purpose
Hook transition thesis statement
It's explaining why your evidence supports your main idea
Three parts to writing a paper
Prepare your reader for what your paper is going to be about
Introduction features
Link
It's explaining why your evidence supports your main idea
Introduction Body Conclusion
Three parts to writing a paper
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English lit terms etc
Direct characterization
Indirect characterization
Omniscient narrator
Point of view
Where the personality of a character is review by descriptive…
Where a characters personality is revealed by their actions o…
When the author is in the third person, means all knowing, th…
The narrators position related to the story
Direct characterization
Where the personality of a character is review by descriptive…
Indirect characterization
Where a characters personality is revealed by their actions o…
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English - Noun, Verb, etc.
scruple
pilfer
nominal
vanquish
NOUN; qualm, compunction, restraint (SYN)
VERB; SYN: thieve, purloin, filch, appropriate.
ADJECTIVE; SYN: titular, formal.
VERB; subjugate, suppress, crush, quell.
scruple
NOUN; qualm, compunction, restraint (SYN)
pilfer
VERB; SYN: thieve, purloin, filch, appropriate.
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English LNB Rooms etc.
Living room
Ceiling
Floor
Wall
Living room
Ceiling
english vocabulary etc.
idiosyncracy
sirens' song
alumnus/alumni
palindrome
a quirky piece of behavior
anything that tempts us
just one person/a group of alumni
a word spelled the same way backwards and forwards
idiosyncracy
a quirky piece of behavior
sirens' song
anything that tempts us
50 terms
Phrases etc English - English 1
(Like) water off a duck's back
Glad to see the back of (s/one, s/thing)
Shoot yourself in the foot
To bet the farm
It doesn't bother me / has no effect
I'm relieved it is (all) over
Do s/thing stupid that hurts you, not your target
Risk everything
(Like) water off a duck's back
It doesn't bother me / has no effect
Glad to see the back of (s/one, s/thing)
I'm relieved it is (all) over
13 terms
English etc. vocab
Rhetoric
Dominant
Subordinate
Independent
(noun) effective writing or speaking
(adj) most important, powerful, or influential
(adj) lower in rank or position
(adj) free from outside control; not depending on another's a…
Rhetoric
(noun) effective writing or speaking
Dominant
(adj) most important, powerful, or influential
6 terms
English vocab for pronouns, objects, etc
direct object
indirect object
predicate nomnitive
predicate adjective
a noun, pronoun, or word group that tells who or what receive…
a noun, pronoun, or word group that appears in a sentence tel…
*noun or pronoun... *comes after a linking verb... *identifies the…
*adjective in the predicate of a sentence... *comes after a link…
direct object
a noun, pronoun, or word group that tells who or what receive…
indirect object
a noun, pronoun, or word group that appears in a sentence tel…
12 terms
accelerated english: persuasion, etc.
ad hominem fallacy
avant garde
circular reasoning
generalization
appealing to ones emotion, not intellect or reason.
an advance in visual, literary or musical arts. untested
reasoning where the basis is equivalent to the conclusion
general statements that cant be argued
ad hominem fallacy
appealing to ones emotion, not intellect or reason.
avant garde
an advance in visual, literary or musical arts. untested
English Pronoun Definitions etc.
What are the interrogative pronouns?
What are the demonstrative pronouns?
reflexive pronouns
intensive pronouns
who, whose, whom, which, and what
this, that, these, and those
reflexive pronouns are formed by adding -self or -selves to c…
goes back to relating with the reflexive pronouns, it emphasi…
What are the interrogative pronouns?
who, whose, whom, which, and what
What are the demonstrative pronouns?
this, that, these, and those
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English Vocab Nature etc
blithe
connate
chaos
aversion
carefree
existing naturally; innate
disorder of matter and space, supposed to have existed before…
object arousing intense dislike
blithe
carefree
connate
existing naturally; innate
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English Vocab Araby, etc.
garrulous
gauntlet
somber
pious
talkative (adj)
intimidating or dangerous crowd (n)
dark or dull (adj)
devoutly religious (adj)
garrulous
talkative (adj)
gauntlet
intimidating or dangerous crowd (n)
5 terms
English verbs etc.
Verb
Verb
Adjective
Verb
Abet
Absolve
Abject
Abdicate
Verb
Abet
Verb
Absolve
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Phrases etc English - English 1
(Like) water off a duck's back
Glad to see the back of (s/one, s/thing)
Shoot yourself in the foot
To bet the farm
It doesn't bother me / has no effect
I'm relieved it is (all) over
Do s/thing stupid that hurts you, not your target
Risk everything
(Like) water off a duck's back
It doesn't bother me / has no effect
Glad to see the back of (s/one, s/thing)
I'm relieved it is (all) over
12 terms
English- Adverbs, etc
abstract noun
concrete noun
proper noun
common noun
something that doesn't involve the 5 senses
things that involve the 5 senses
a noun that names a specific person, place or thing
names anyone class or people, places or things
abstract noun
something that doesn't involve the 5 senses
concrete noun
things that involve the 5 senses
20 terms
English 2 nouns/ etc.
Clarify
Clarification
Clarity
Confide
Verb
Noun
Noun
Verb
Clarify
Verb
Clarification
Noun
6 terms
English interjections etc.
noun
adjective
verb
adverb ... urbaneLY... parsimoniousLY
a word person, place, thing, or idea
a word that modifies a noun or pronoun
an action word or a state of being
a word that modifies a verb... LY!!
noun
a word person, place, thing, or idea
adjective
a word that modifies a noun or pronoun
8 terms
english plot, setting etc.
characterization
plot
setting
point of view
a list of qualities that make up a character
the summary of the story
time and place of a story
1st person speaking with "I"; 3rd person "he, she, it"
characterization
a list of qualities that make up a character
plot
the summary of the story
English semester 2 etc
list the three basic locations in AQWF
who is the narrator
by shifting between calm and violent s…
soldiers in the trenches could disting…
at the front, near the front but away from the fighting , and…
Paul baumer
the contrast between life at the front and life everywhere else
the sound they made in the air
list the three basic locations in AQWF
at the front, near the front but away from the fighting , and…
who is the narrator
Paul baumer
English Bradstreet etc
Puritans: qualifications to be a leade…
Puritan: writing type
Puritan: theme
Puritan: 3 legacy's
Need to be male... Comunity needa to theink u were "saved" pr go…
Journals... History's... Diarys
Man's nature is wicked and he is a sinner
Work ethic... Responsibility to community... System of laws
Puritans: qualifications to be a leade…
Need to be male... Comunity needa to theink u were "saved" pr go…
Puritan: writing type
Journals... History's... Diarys
English (sound devices/etc)
juxtaposition
alliteration
assonance
consonance
two things positioned together for the purpose of contrast
the repitition of the same consonant sounds @ thebeg. of words
two or more words close to one another
repeated beggining consonant sounds close to eachother that r…
juxtaposition
two things positioned together for the purpose of contrast
alliteration
the repitition of the same consonant sounds @ thebeg. of words
10 terms
English vocab (feral..etc.)
Feral
Vehement
Connive
Vocation
Not domesticated or cultivated; wild
Marked by forceful energy
To cooperate secretly or have a secret understanding
The work in which a person is regularly employed
Feral
Not domesticated or cultivated; wild
Vehement
Marked by forceful energy
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English Vocab : Antipathy , etc.
Antipathy
Sycophant
Perfidious
Evocative
Dislike , eg. The people of America have an antipathy for Don…
Kiss-Ass , eg. He was a sycophant who always flattered his ma…
Deceitful , eg. The Crooked Man from 'The Book of Lost Things…
Strong feelings or emotions , eg. The young man had evocative…
Antipathy
Dislike , eg. The people of America have an antipathy for Don…
Sycophant
Kiss-Ass , eg. He was a sycophant who always flattered his ma…
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English Vocab (twain etc.)
Cavort (v)
Conjecture (v)
Dilapidated (adj)
Garrulous (adj)
to prance about in a playful manner
to guess
in a state of disrepair; rundown
extremely talkative
Cavort (v)
to prance about in a playful manner
Conjecture (v)
to guess
English roots etc.
Contra- Contro-
Bene-
Trans-
Sub-
Against/ opposite (contradict)
Good/well (benefit)
Across (transatlantic)
Under (submarine)
Contra- Contro-
Against/ opposite (contradict)
Bene-
Good/well (benefit)
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English vocab(myths,etc)
Abyss
Abolish
Abundance
Absurd
Space so great that it can not be measured
To do away; To put an end to
A large quantity; plenty
Completely foolish; Unreasonable
Abyss
Space so great that it can not be measured
Abolish
To do away; To put an end to
English Grammar and etc.
Ethos
Pathos
Logos
Parallelism
Ethical or moral appeal :Ex- "Doctors all over the world reco…
Appeal to emotion :Ex- "If we don't move soon, we're all goin…
An appeal based on logic or reason : Ex-All men are mortal... So…
Elements in sentences that are grammatically similar or ident…
Ethos
Ethical or moral appeal :Ex- "Doctors all over the world reco…
Pathos
Appeal to emotion :Ex- "If we don't move soon, we're all goin…
19 terms
Happy English ! (charity etc.)
eye-opening
jelly
hooting
unaccustomed
instructive, informative
a soft but solid sweet food that shakes when you move it
to make a short sound with your car's horn
unused
eye-opening
instructive, informative
jelly
a soft but solid sweet food that shakes when you move it
20 terms
English Vocab : Abstract, etc.
Abstract
Abstruse
Acclaim
Accolade
Theoretical
Difficult to understand
To praise
A praise or award
Abstract
Theoretical
Abstruse
Difficult to understand
13 terms
English--Nouns, Verbs, etc.
A sentence part that says something ab…
A person, place, thing, or idea.
This expresses a complete thought.
This describes a verb.
Predicate
Noun
Sentence
Adverb
A sentence part that says something ab…
Predicate
A person, place, thing, or idea.
Noun
English Final exam (etc.)
time period
City/state
Events in the world
point of view of story
1930s (3 years)
maycomb, Alabama
Great depression
first
time period
1930s (3 years)
City/state
maycomb, Alabama
23 terms
English Final Etc.
Protagonist
Antagonist
Round Characters
Flat Characters
hero, main character, story told mainly from their POV
opposes the protagonist
complex characters with lots of depth, the reader gets to kno…
characters with a lack of development
Protagonist
hero, main character, story told mainly from their POV
Antagonist
opposes the protagonist
30 terms
English compound predicate etc
Title of a short story
Chapter title of a book
Title of a short poem
Title of an article
Quotation marks
Quotation marks
Quotation marks
Quotation marks
Title of a short story
Quotation marks
Chapter title of a book
Quotation marks
English Plot Diagram and Etc.
The part of the story, usually near th…
The event or decision that begins a st…
Part of the plot where it will ultimat…
Any struggle between two or more forces.
Exposition
Inciting Incident
Rising Action
Conflict
The part of the story, usually near th…
Exposition
The event or decision that begins a st…
Inciting Incident
58 terms
English Authors-Titles etc.
"Song of the Sky Loom"
"Twelfth Song of the Thunder"
Chief Seattle's Speech
The Crucible
The Tewa Tribe; NA Oral Tradition:... "O our Mother the Earth, O…
The Navajos; NA Oral Tradition:... "The voice that beautifies th…
Chief Seattle; NA Oral Tradition:... "We know the sap which cour…
Miller; Modern- about Puritain Age:... "Because it is my name! B…
"Song of the Sky Loom"
The Tewa Tribe; NA Oral Tradition:... "O our Mother the Earth, O…
"Twelfth Song of the Thunder"
The Navajos; NA Oral Tradition:... "The voice that beautifies th…
English prefixes etc.
deci
anti
duc (duct)
do
ten
against
to lead
to give
deci
ten
anti
against
7 terms
Finals ETC English Words
QW for adj?
QW for adv?
S of sentence
Simple Predicate
"What kind?" or "Which?" or "How many?"
how, when, where, and to what degree
the person, place, thing, or idea that is doing or being some…
verb or verb phrase that says something about the subject
QW for adj?
"What kind?" or "Which?" or "How many?"
QW for adv?
how, when, where, and to what degree
40 terms
English 2H: Etc.
a well annotated text will accomplish…
which is not a technique for annotation?
What is annotation?
What should you ask yourself as you an…
paraphrase the text word for word
marking unimportant text
active reading
What is the author trying to say?
a well annotated text will accomplish…
paraphrase the text word for word
which is not a technique for annotation?
marking unimportant text
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