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English vocab grade 10
affiliated
ascertain
attainment
bequeath
associated
to find out
an accomplishment
to give or pass on
affiliated
associated
ascertain
to find out
45 terms
English Vocab Grade 10
antithesis
ascend
austere
autonomous
Direct opposite
To move upward
severe or stern in appearance
independent
antithesis
Direct opposite
ascend
To move upward
10 terms
English vocab grade 10
Abate (v)
Abound (v)
Affirm (v)
Afflict (v)
To lessen, diminish, reduce... The storm abated after awhile.
To be great in number or amount; to be fully supplied
To declare firmly; to hold to be true... He affirmed that there…
To cause grievous suffering. ... The young child was afflicted w…
Abate (v)
To lessen, diminish, reduce... The storm abated after awhile.
Abound (v)
To be great in number or amount; to be fully supplied
ENGLISH VOCAB GRADE 10
Caricature
Allusion
Assonance
Epiphany
A description or characterization that exaggerates or distort…
A reference within a literary work to a historical, literacy,…
The repetition of vowel sounds in a sequence of nearby words.…
A sudden, powerful, and often spiritual or life changing real…
Caricature
A description or characterization that exaggerates or distort…
Allusion
A reference within a literary work to a historical, literacy,…
Grade 10 English
Dramatic Purposes of scenes
narrator
narrative point of view
First-Person Narration
-catch interest of the audience ... -establish setting... -establ…
-a person who narrates something, especially a character who…
-When studying the perspective of the narrator, the reader is…
-In this mode, the narrator is usually the protagonist or cen…
Dramatic Purposes of scenes
-catch interest of the audience ... -establish setting... -establ…
narrator
-a person who narrates something, especially a character who…
Vocab Grade 10 English
Investment
Glittered
Fluttered
Retorted
The action or process of investing money for profit or materi…
sparkled
moved or flew with quick, light, flapping movements
to reply to
Investment
The action or process of investing money for profit or materi…
Glittered
sparkled
50 terms
English - Grade 10
Proper Paragraphs
Thesis Statement
Formal Language (definition)
Formal Language (conventions)
-Introductory statement... -Supporting sentences... -Concluding sta…
States the main focus/argument of your paper or essay
The use of certain conventions which add a more academic mood…
-Personal pronouns not used... -Contractions not used... -Slang not…
Proper Paragraphs
-Introductory statement... -Supporting sentences... -Concluding sta…
Thesis Statement
States the main focus/argument of your paper or essay
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English grade 10 vocab
affiliated
ascertain
attainment
bequeath
associated, connected
to find out
an accomplishment
to give or pass on
affiliated
associated, connected
ascertain
to find out
English vocab grade 10
Solicitous
Hamper
Astute
Insipid
Anxious or concerned
To prevent the movement or action of
Having sharp judgement
Lacking flavor or zest
Solicitous
Anxious or concerned
Hamper
To prevent the movement or action of
Advanced Irregular Verbs (English - English) GRADE 10
bore - borne
bent - bent
bit - bitten
bled - bled
to bear
to bend
to bite
to bleed
bore - borne
to bear
bent - bent
to bend
51 terms
Grade 10 English Review
prediction
vocabulary
understanding
interpretation
make a guess about a story's contents or about what might hap…
word choice and understanding word meaning
Decoding a message accurately to be the same as what the spea…
different ways a listener can understanding a message
prediction
make a guess about a story's contents or about what might hap…
vocabulary
word choice and understanding word meaning
29 terms
English Heritage - Grade 10
King John
1215
magna carta
magna carta
who treated people and nobles poorly in 1199?
what year did the nobles rebel?
what document was King John forced to sign?
protected the nobles' privileges, granted certain rights to a…
King John
who treated people and nobles poorly in 1199?
1215
what year did the nobles rebel?
English Grade 10 koolkid
Segregation
Stereotypes
Jim Crow
Identity
The action or state of setting someone or something apart fro…
Something believed by many people but is not necessarily true
A set of laws which segregated the black people in 1960's Ame…
Who you are
Segregation
The action or state of setting someone or something apart fro…
Stereotypes
Something believed by many people but is not necessarily true
33 terms
Grade 10 English Terms
Diction
Detail
Syntax
Imagery
The specific and exact words that a writer must choose in ord…
The facts, observations, and incidents - whether added or abs…
Refers to the way words are arranged within a sentence and en…
A verbal representation of sensory experience. In literature,…
Diction
The specific and exact words that a writer must choose in ord…
Detail
The facts, observations, and incidents - whether added or abs…
Honors English Grade 10
Evanescent
Negligible
Capitulate
Incessant
Temporary or short-lived, brief, fading
Of little importance, small, measly,minescule
To give up or surrender
Without end; continuous, round the clock, ceaseless
Evanescent
Temporary or short-lived, brief, fading
Negligible
Of little importance, small, measly,minescule
MYP English, Grade 10 (JG)- Life of Pi Vocabulary
agnostic
guru
Pondicherry
raiment
adj. Of the belief that the existence of anything without mat…
n. A Hindu spiritual teacher or head of a religious sect. Als…
n. Pondicherry (also known as "Pondy") is a city and capital…
n. an article of clothing or adornment, a garment; an outfit.
agnostic
adj. Of the belief that the existence of anything without mat…
guru
n. A Hindu spiritual teacher or head of a religious sect. Als…
English literary terms grade 10
Genre
Theme
Didactic
Conflict
A term which denotes a reoccurring type of literature (exampl…
A lesson to be learned in the story, or what you are being pe…
A story which was written with the intention of people (examp…
Narrative stories always will be filled with a series of conf…
Genre
A term which denotes a reoccurring type of literature (exampl…
Theme
A lesson to be learned in the story, or what you are being pe…
English grade 10 vocabulary terms
Ghetto
Pipel
Kapo
Selection
A part of a city, especially a slum, occupied by a minority g…
Is among nazi concentration camp detaines, an attractive smil…
Is a prisoner functionary that was a prisoner in a nazi conce…
Decision whether a prisoner lives or dies
Ghetto
A part of a city, especially a slum, occupied by a minority g…
Pipel
Is among nazi concentration camp detaines, an attractive smil…
33 terms
Revising and Editing - Grade 10 English - First Semester
Thesis
Run-on sentence
fragment
comma rules
A thesis is used to define and direct an essay and is worth 1…
two or more sentences joined without adequate punctuation or…
A word, phrase, or clause that does not form a full sentence
use a comma when: list, interrupter, appositive, compound sen…
Thesis
A thesis is used to define and direct an essay and is worth 1…
Run-on sentence
two or more sentences joined without adequate punctuation or…
Grade 10 English
What are the literary elements in A Vi…
What are the literary elements in The…
What are the literary elements Through…
What are the literary elements The Dog…
direct and indirect characterization
allusion
internal conflict and types of conflict
humorous essay and hyperbole
What are the literary elements in A Vi…
direct and indirect characterization
What are the literary elements in The…
allusion
English Poetry Terms [Grade 10]
Synechdoche
English Sonnet (Shakespearean Sonnet)
Oxymoron
Rhyme
A figure of speech which a part is used for the whole or the…
Also a term for "Elizabethan Sonnet," the sonnet is generally…
A figure of speech by which a locution produces an incongruou…
Verse or poetry having correspondence in the terminal sounds…
Synechdoche
A figure of speech which a part is used for the whole or the…
English Sonnet (Shakespearean Sonnet)
Also a term for "Elizabethan Sonnet," the sonnet is generally…
43 terms
Grade 10 English- Literary Terms
Plot
Conflict
Rising Action
Climax
Sequence of actions that make up the storyline
Problem that initiates the story's action
Events after the conflict that create suspense and lead to cl…
Point of highest intensity in story; moment at which problem…
Plot
Sequence of actions that make up the storyline
Conflict
Problem that initiates the story's action
60 terms
Grade 10 English Terms
Alliteration
Irony
Symbolism
Foreshadowing
Repition of similar words or sounds
When you expect one thing to happen but something else does
A symbol
Hints of events that will happen later on
Alliteration
Repition of similar words or sounds
Irony
When you expect one thing to happen but something else does
10 terms
7th grade 10-14-16
bewilder
alliance
buffoon
fruitless
(v.) to puzzle completely or confuse
(n.) a joining together for some common purpose
(n.) a clown; a course, stupid person
(adj.) not producing the desired results, unsuccesesful
bewilder
(v.) to puzzle completely or confuse
alliance
(n.) a joining together for some common purpose
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New English grade 10 terms
Allegory
Internal conflict
External conflict
Eulogy
A form of extended metaphor in which objects,people, and acti…
Conflict within yourself.
Conflict within another character or an outside force.
A speech or writing in praise of a person who has died
Allegory
A form of extended metaphor in which objects,people, and acti…
Internal conflict
Conflict within yourself.
12 terms
Literary Devices: Grade 10 English
Alliteration
Allusion
Anecdote
Blank Verse
Repetition of the initial consonant sound in a series of word…
Reference to a famous person, place, thing, pop-culture icon,…
A short account of an interesting or humorous incident which…
Unrhymed iambic pentameter. Shakespeare's plays are largely b…
Alliteration
Repetition of the initial consonant sound in a series of word…
Allusion
Reference to a famous person, place, thing, pop-culture icon,…
10 terms
Block 10 English Vocabulary (Grade 10)
Adversity
Broach
Deference
Esoteric
Hardship, difficulty or misfortune
Start to discuss; Approach
Respect
Obscure and difficult to understand
Adversity
Hardship, difficulty or misfortune
Broach
Start to discuss; Approach
Grade 10 English Words #1
Abase
Abate
Abbreviate
Abduct
To lower, demean, degrade
To lessen, to reduce in severity
To shorten, reduce
To kidnap
Abase
To lower, demean, degrade
Abate
To lessen, to reduce in severity
32 terms
English- grade 10 terms
Alliteration
Pun
Assonance
Symbolism
a literary device which creates interest by the recurrence of…
a humorous use of words which sound alike
the close repetition of similar vowel sounds, in successive o…
the use of words or objects to stand for or represent other t…
Alliteration
a literary device which creates interest by the recurrence of…
Pun
a humorous use of words which sound alike
English 2 Vocab-Grade 10
rejuvenation
awkwardly
monotonous
grim
when a stream or river becomes young again. has the shape of…
in a clumsy or uncomfortable way
Continuing in an unchanging tone; wearying
A facial expression of fear, disapproval, or pain
rejuvenation
when a stream or river becomes young again. has the shape of…
awkwardly
in a clumsy or uncomfortable way
25 terms
Literary Terms - English GRADE 10
plot
protagonist
antagonist
four types of conflict
the sequence of main events in a story (plot involves conflic…
main character
one or more opposing forces
1) protagonist vs. nature... 2) protagonist vs. society... 3) prota…
plot
the sequence of main events in a story (plot involves conflic…
protagonist
main character
Culinary Arts Grade 10: Sandwich-Making Basics
Closed Sandwiches
Open-face Sandwiches
Triple-Decker Sandwiches
Finger Sandwiches
Two slices of bread with the filling placed in between them.
Spread and fillings of an open-face sandwich are added to the…
These sandwiches include three slices of bread that are stack…
These small, fancy closed sandwiches often have their crusts…
Closed Sandwiches
Two slices of bread with the filling placed in between them.
Open-face Sandwiches
Spread and fillings of an open-face sandwich are added to the…
14 terms
"The Lottery" Vocabulary English Grade 10
profusely
boisterous
reprimand
jovial
exhibiting great abundance (a large amount) - adv.
very noisy and active in a lively way - adj.
a severe or formal reproof (criticism or blame) - n
full of happiness and joy - adj.
profusely
exhibiting great abundance (a large amount) - adv.
boisterous
very noisy and active in a lively way - adj.
7 terms
The Iliad - Literary Terms - Grade 10
invocation
in medias res
flashbacks
Homeric simile
a formal plea for help or prayer - The Iliad begins with a pl…
a Latin expression meaning "into the midst of things" - the m…
parts of the story that interrupt the plot in order to narrat…
a simile that compares a heroic or epic event to an easily un…
invocation
a formal plea for help or prayer - The Iliad begins with a pl…
in medias res
a Latin expression meaning "into the midst of things" - the m…
20 terms
english grade 10 jan.4
ephemeral
surreptitious
imperious
ubiquitous
lasting for a very short time (adj.)
secret, hidden (adj.)
arrogant, domineering (adj.)
omnipresent, appearing or found everywhere (adj.)
ephemeral
lasting for a very short time (adj.)
surreptitious
secret, hidden (adj.)
English WOD #1 grade 10
Diatribe
Offal
Parley
Fray
A bitter verbal attack
Waste parts especially of a butchered animal; rubbish
A conference between opposing sides in a dispute, especially…
Scare; to frighten away
Diatribe
A bitter verbal attack
Offal
Waste parts especially of a butchered animal; rubbish
Grade 10 English words 19
Ven
Ichthy
Pulse
Calor
Come
Fish
Drive
Heat
Ven
Come
Ichthy
Fish
20 terms
Grade 10 Vocabulary - I
Eocene (adj)
eon (n)
genoa (n)
loaf (v)
of or relating to an epoch of the Tertiary period, between th…
a very long period of time usually longer than an era (someti…
a large jib that overlaps the mainsail and is used especially…
to spend time relaxing instead of working
Eocene (adj)
of or relating to an epoch of the Tertiary period, between th…
eon (n)
a very long period of time usually longer than an era (someti…
10 terms
7th grade 10-7-16
controversial
dishearten
inflict
malignant
(adj.) arousing argument, dispute or disagreement
(v.) to discourage
(v.) to give or cause something unpleasant, impose
(adj.) deadly, extremely harmful, evil; spiteful
controversial
(adj.) arousing argument, dispute or disagreement
dishearten
(v.) to discourage
english vocab grade 10
Altruistic
Assent
Benefactor
Chivalrous
adjective... showing a selfless concern for others... selfless, uns…
verb... express approval or agreement... acknowledge, consent... disag…
noun... a person who gives money or help to a person or cause... pa…
adjective... (of a man and his behavior) courteous and gallant,…
Altruistic
adjective... showing a selfless concern for others... selfless, uns…
Assent
verb... express approval or agreement... acknowledge, consent... disag…
Last English Vocab Grade 10
Abjure
Acrid
August
Callous
To renounce or to reject
Angry and bitter
Respected and impressive
Heartless, cold-hearted, unfeeling
Abjure
To renounce or to reject
Acrid
Angry and bitter
40 terms
English Grade 10 Word of the Day
Imperil
Integrity
Modernist
Disillusion
To endanger
The quality of possessing and consistently adhering to higher…
An artistic movement which portrayed the world of men as a ha…
To free from or deprive of illusion, belief, or idealism
Imperil
To endanger
Integrity
The quality of possessing and consistently adhering to higher…
31 terms
English grade 10 artistic visuals
Audience
background
balance
blank space
the intended viewers of the message or reciver of the message…
the part of the visual that appears to be in the distance
shapes are arranged to have equal importance. Balance(symmetr…
unused space in an illustration, helps create contrast and de…
Audience
the intended viewers of the message or reciver of the message…
background
the part of the visual that appears to be in the distance
14 terms
Grade 10 English: Literary Devices
Allusion
Analogy
Hyperbole
Situational Irony
A brief reference to a person, place, event, idea or object f…
An extended simile/metaphor' comparing 2 unlike situations ov…
An extreme exaggeration, used to emphasize a point.
A statement or situation that suggests the opposite of what a…
Allusion
A brief reference to a person, place, event, idea or object f…
Analogy
An extended simile/metaphor' comparing 2 unlike situations ov…
10 terms
English Vocab II Grade 10
Absolve
Adamant
Amiable
Amoral
to clear of guilt
firm
good-natured
lacking ethical principles
Absolve
to clear of guilt
Adamant
firm
16 terms
Grammar Honors English Grade 10
Complete predicate
Simple Predicate
Verb Phrase
Simple Subject
Dolphins communicate with each other by high pitched whistles…
Dolphins communicate* with each other by high pitched whistle…
The coach posted the names of the players.... -Posted the names…
In part of a sentence is a noun of a person place or thing. T…
Complete predicate
Dolphins communicate with each other by high pitched whistles…
Simple Predicate
Dolphins communicate* with each other by high pitched whistle…
20 terms
Grade 10 - English - Vocab 7
anhor
amend
buffet
chaos
to regard with horror or loathing; to hate deeply
to change in a formal way; to change for the better
to slap or cuff; to strike repeatedly; to drive or force with…
great confusion; disorder
anhor
to regard with horror or loathing; to hate deeply
amend
to change in a formal way; to change for the better
English Lit Terms Grade 10
allegory
anecdote
aphorism
diction
a story that has a secondary symbolic meaning
a little story with a point
concise statement of truth
an authors choice of precise words
allegory
a story that has a secondary symbolic meaning
anecdote
a little story with a point
job vocabulary for grade 10
worker
teacher
student
doctor
/ˈwəːkə/
/ˈtiːtʃə/ A person who teaches, especially in a school:
/ˈstjuːd(ə)nt/ A person who is studying at a university or ot…
/ˈdɒktə/A person who is qualified to treat people who are ill:
worker
/ˈwəːkə/
teacher
/ˈtiːtʃə/ A person who teaches, especially in a school:
English 2 Honors Grade 10
antipathy
benevolent
dubious
duplicity
extreme dislike; hatred
well-meaning, generous
doubtful; of unlikely authenticity
deceit
antipathy
extreme dislike; hatred
benevolent
well-meaning, generous
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