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MYP English, Grade 10 (JG)- Vocabulary from The Crucible, Act 1
inert
persecute
creed
rankle
adj., unable to move or resist motion... His daughter, Betty Pa…
v., to cause to suffer... I do not fathom it, why am I persecut…
n., a written body of teachings of a religious group... Their c…
v., (of a wound or sore) to continue to be painful or to fest…
inert
adj., unable to move or resist motion... His daughter, Betty Pa…
persecute
v., to cause to suffer... I do not fathom it, why am I persecut…
26 terms
English Grade 10
Plot
Point of views
Atmosphere/mood
5 types of conflicts
Introduction, conflict, rising action, climax, turning point,…
First person, third person limited, third person omniscient
Feeling set by the author
vs. Self, vs. Nature, vs. Society, vs. Character, vs. Fate
Plot
Introduction, conflict, rising action, climax, turning point,…
Point of views
First person, third person limited, third person omniscient
84 terms
Grade 10 English Terms
Alliteration
Allusion
Antagonist
Aside
The repetition of the initial consonant sounds. EXAMPLE: Pete…
a reference to something literary, mythological, or historica…
the character that the main character (protagonist) struggles…
a line spoken by an actor to the audience but not intended fo…
Alliteration
The repetition of the initial consonant sounds. EXAMPLE: Pete…
Allusion
a reference to something literary, mythological, or historica…
English grade 10
Transient
Assent
Perfidy
Usurp
Lasting for a short time
The expression of approval or agreement
The act of betraying someone or something
To take illegally or by force
Transient
Lasting for a short time
Assent
The expression of approval or agreement
8 terms
English Vocab Grade 10
approbation
assuage
expostulate
hackneyed
praise
to make things easier
to attempt to dissuade someone from some course or decision b…
unoriginal or cheesy
approbation
praise
assuage
to make things easier
23 terms
Grade 10 english
Essay
Purpose which is the central concern o…
Thesis statement
Topic sentence
Is a moderately brief prose discussion of a restricted topic
...
Will indicate the main idea behind the essay
Main point of the each paragraph
Essay
Is a moderately brief prose discussion of a restricted topic
Purpose which is the central concern o…
...
20 terms
Vocab. 10 [Grade 10]
accrue
annotation
bedlam
covert
to grow or accumulate over time; to happen as a natural result
a critical or explanatory note or comment, especially for a l…
a state or scene of uproar and confusion
hidden, disguised, purposefully kept a secret; sheltered, sec…
accrue
to grow or accumulate over time; to happen as a natural result
annotation
a critical or explanatory note or comment, especially for a l…
14 terms
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
38 terms
English Vocab grade 10
Restive
Farce
Intimate
dubious
Restless; uneasy; edgy
Ridiculous show; mockery
Make known indirectly
Doubtful
Restive
Restless; uneasy; edgy
Farce
Ridiculous show; mockery
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
14 terms
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,…
23 terms
Vocabulary English Grade 10
declivity (n.)
elicit (v.)
endure (v.)
fester (v.)
A downward slope or bend
call forth
undergo or be subjected to
ripen and generate pus
declivity (n.)
A downward slope or bend
elicit (v.)
call forth
21 terms
English vocab grade 10
Pathetic
Ample
Leisure
Monumental
arousing pity, especially through vulnerability or sadness.
enough or more than enough; plentiful.
free time.
great in importance, extent, or size.
Pathetic
arousing pity, especially through vulnerability or sadness.
Ample
enough or more than enough; plentiful.
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…
28 terms
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
15 terms
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
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?
20 terms
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
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
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
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…
20 terms
quack english grade 10
lethargy
recondite
conspicuous
archaic
sluggish; laziness
hard to understand
standing out , obvious
ancient , outdated
lethargy
sluggish; laziness
recondite
hard to understand
19 terms
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
28 terms
English Grade 10
candid
assent
harass
tyranny
(adj.) honest;straitfoward
(n.) agreement
(v.) attack;bother
(n.) oppressive power
candid
(adj.) honest;straitfoward
assent
(n.) agreement
100 terms
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
122 terms
grade 10 english characters
okonkwo
unoka
oberieka
mr. brown
protagonist of TFA... renound wretler... successful-lots of wives a…
father of okonkwo ... no titles/woman... debtor... 1 wife and few yams…
okonkwo's best friend... wise... well respected, but not uber mascu…
white leader of church... leaves cuz gets sick ... wanted equality/…
okonkwo
protagonist of TFA... renound wretler... successful-lots of wives a…
unoka
father of okonkwo ... no titles/woman... debtor... 1 wife and few yams…
39 terms
English Grade 10 - Vocabulary Words
Evanescent (adjective)
Negligible (adj)
Capitulate (verb)
Incessant (adj)
Brief and temporary
Tiny and insignificant
Retreat, return, and surrender
Continuous and non stop
Evanescent (adjective)
Brief and temporary
Negligible (adj)
Tiny and insignificant
40 terms
English Grade 10 PH
Daedalus
Icarus
Minotaur
Labyrinth
Craftsman, inventor, architect
Son of Daedalus
Half man, half bull beast
Cage of the Minotaur
Daedalus
Craftsman, inventor, architect
Icarus
Son of Daedalus
84 terms
Grade 10 English Terms
Alliteration
Allusion
Antagonist
Aside
The repetition of the initial consonant sounds. EXAMPLE: Pete…
a reference to something literary, mythological, or historica…
the character that the main character (protagonist) struggles…
a line spoken by an actor to the audience but not intended fo…
Alliteration
The repetition of the initial consonant sounds. EXAMPLE: Pete…
Allusion
a reference to something literary, mythological, or historica…
29 terms
Grade 10 - WWII Vocab
Humiliation / humiliated
Parliament
Tread
Dictator
(n) the action of humiliating someone or the state of being h…
(n) the highest legislature
(v) walk in a specified way
(n) a ruler with total power over a country
Humiliation / humiliated
(n) the action of humiliating someone or the state of being h…
Parliament
(n) the highest legislature
14 terms
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…
30 terms
Grade 10 (P3)
outpost
painstakingly
peacock
pioneer
(n) a small military camp away from the main army, used for w…
in a way that takes a lot of care, effort and attention to de…
(n) a large male bird with long blue and green tail feathers…
(n) a person who is the first to study and develop a particul…
outpost
(n) a small military camp away from the main army, used for w…
painstakingly
in a way that takes a lot of care, effort and attention to de…
40 terms
BHS Vocab Grade 10
Abyss
Blasphemous
Calamity
Conspiracy
noun... a deep or bottomless pit.... syn: chasm... ant: mountain
adjective... profane... syn: sacrilegious... ant: respectful
noun... a disaster... syn: catastrophe... ant: miracle
noun... a treacherous plot against the law... syn: scheme... ant: fait…
Abyss
noun... a deep or bottomless pit.... syn: chasm... ant: mountain
Blasphemous
adjective... profane... syn: sacrilegious... ant: respectful
Literary Terms Grade 10
Diction
Denotation
Connotation
Theme
The word choice that an author uses to convey a message to th…
The literal, dictionary definition of a word used by the auth…
The non-literal, associative meaning of a word; the implied,…
The central idea or message of a work, the insight it offers…
Diction
The word choice that an author uses to convey a message to th…
Denotation
The literal, dictionary definition of a word used by the auth…
41 terms
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
51 terms
Grade 10 English poetry terms
Alliteration
Anaphora
Onomatopoeia
Rhyme
The repetition of consonant sounds in words that are close to…
Intentional repetition of a word , phrase , line or stanza in…
The use of a word whose sound imitates or suggests its meanin…
The repetition of the same sound in 2 or more words ... End rhy…
Alliteration
The repetition of consonant sounds in words that are close to…
Anaphora
Intentional repetition of a word , phrase , line or stanza in…
20 terms
Grade 10 MDG Lit Terms
Allusion
Parrallelism
Alliteration
Foreshadowing
A brief and indirect reference to a person, place, thing or i…
Parallelism is the use of components in a sentence that are g…
Repetition of consonant sounds
A narrative device that hints at coming events; often builds…
Allusion
A brief and indirect reference to a person, place, thing or i…
Parrallelism
Parallelism is the use of components in a sentence that are g…
10 terms
Grade 10 Vocab 4
extrapolate
implies
inundates
meanders
estimates, guesses based on evidence
hints, suggests
floods, overwhelms
wanders, digresses
extrapolate
estimates, guesses based on evidence
implies
hints, suggests
20 terms
Vocab. 15 [Grade 10]
adamant
brouhaha
bulwark
choleric
(adj.) firm in purpose or opinion, unyielding, obdurate, impl…
(n.) a confused hodgepodge of sounds, hubbub; an uproar or co…
(n.) a strong defensive or protection, a solid wall-like stru…
(adj.) easily made angry, bad-tempered... synonyms: irascible,…
adamant
(adj.) firm in purpose or opinion, unyielding, obdurate, impl…
brouhaha
(n.) a confused hodgepodge of sounds, hubbub; an uproar or co…
30 terms
English Vocabulary (cumulative) Grade 10
Dexterity
Idiosyncratic
Effulgence
Galvanize
Carefully - skillful (with hands)
Tick unique to one
Bright/radiance
Energize, electrify, shock, get you moving
Dexterity
Carefully - skillful (with hands)
Idiosyncratic
Tick unique to one
15 terms
Vocab List English Grade 10
ostentatious
contentious
reprove
cursory
flashy, showy
contreversial
disapprove
hasty, rushed
ostentatious
flashy, showy
contentious
contreversial
27 terms
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…
33 terms
Grade 10 (P2)
facial
funeral
grunt
hurdles
(adj) connected with a person's face
(n) a ceremony (usually religious) for buying or burning a de…
(v) to make a short low sound in the throat. People ... when…
(v) ~(over sth) to jump over sth while you're running
facial
(adj) connected with a person's face
funeral
(n) a ceremony (usually religious) for buying or burning a de…
30 terms
BRS Grade 10 English: Course Intro
prepare ... To prepare for class, stu…
unprepared... Don't come to class *unpr…
preparation... In preparation for cla…
respect... If you respect others, the…
v get ready; 准备
adj. not ready 无准备的
n.process of getting ready... 准备
honor v.尊重 n 关系
prepare ... To prepare for class, stu…
v get ready; 准备
unprepared... Don't come to class *unpr…
adj. not ready 无准备的
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
74 terms
English_S1_Grade 10
riotous
epigram
effeminate
fractiousness
turbulent, disorderly
a terse, sage, or witty often paradoxical saying
having feminine qualities untypical or a man, not manly in ap…
irritability, abrasiveness
riotous
turbulent, disorderly
epigram
a terse, sage, or witty often paradoxical saying
20 terms
Vocab. 4 [Grade 10]
affable
aggrandize
amorphous
archetype
(adj.) courteous and pleasant, sociable, easy to speak to --…
(v.) to increase in greatness, power, or wealth; to build up…
(adj.) shapeless, without definite form; of no particular typ…
(n.) an original model on which something was patterned or re…
affable
(adj.) courteous and pleasant, sociable, easy to speak to --…
aggrandize
(v.) to increase in greatness, power, or wealth; to build up…
30 terms
Grade 10 Vocab 1-3
adroit
embody
foible
fugitive
skillful and clever; resourceful
to give definite or concrete form to; to incorporate
a minor weakness in character
passing away too quick;y; not lasting long; a person who flees
adroit
skillful and clever; resourceful
embody
to give definite or concrete form to; to incorporate
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