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Great Expectations Pre-Ap English
What is pip's real name?
As the first scene opens up, where is…
What two things does the convict ask f…
How is Mrs. Joe related to Pip?
Phillip pirrip
In the church grave yard
A file and wittles (food)
She is his older sister
What is pip's real name?
Phillip pirrip
As the first scene opens up, where is…
In the church grave yard
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Knights Pre-AP English - Great Expectations: Characters
Abel Magwitch
Aged Parent
Bentley Drummle
Biddy
Pip's benefactor
Wemmick's father
A cruel, violent man who marries Estella
Teaches Pip how to read
Abel Magwitch
Pip's benefactor
Aged Parent
Wemmick's father
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English 1 Pre-AP Great Expectations Vocab.
Impregnable
Reproach
Dexterity
Remonstrance
not able to be conquered; impenetrable
to scold, disapprove
mental or physical skill
a protest
Impregnable
not able to be conquered; impenetrable
Reproach
to scold, disapprove
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Great Expectations Test Pre-AP English II
How does Dickens begin his story?
How does Dickens create sympathy for t…
How does Dickens achieve ambiguity by…
Contrast Pip's description of Mrs. Joe…
With Pip in a churchyard, describing his family past while vi…
He has raggedy clothing, and acts more like an animal, implyi…
He was raised out of the hard-work of his sister, or he was p…
She is mean, bony, and forceful (dark), but Joe is fair, good…
How does Dickens begin his story?
With Pip in a churchyard, describing his family past while vi…
How does Dickens create sympathy for t…
He has raggedy clothing, and acts more like an animal, implyi…
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Mrs. Thomas Pre AP English Exam (Great Expectations Characters)
Pip
Estella
Mrs. Havisham
Magwitch
The protagonist and narrator of Great Expectations, he begins…
Miss Havisham's beautiful young ward, she is Pip's unattainab…
she is the wealthy, eccentric old woman who lives in a manor…
A fearsome criminal, he escapes from prison at the beginning…
Pip
The protagonist and narrator of Great Expectations, he begins…
Estella
Miss Havisham's beautiful young ward, she is Pip's unattainab…
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Great Expectations Test Pre-AP English II Mrs. Quinn SJA
How does Dickens begin his story?
How does Dickens create sympathy for t…
How does Dickens achieve ambiguity by…
Contrast Pip's description of Mrs. Joe…
With Pip in a churchyard, describing his family past.
He has raggedy clothing, and acts more like an animal, implyi…
He was raised out of the hard-work of his sister, or he was p…
She is mean, bony, and forceful, but Joe is fair, good-natured.
How does Dickens begin his story?
With Pip in a churchyard, describing his family past.
How does Dickens create sympathy for t…
He has raggedy clothing, and acts more like an animal, implyi…
English AP Great Expectations
Lair
Compassionate
Divine
Pail
Hole
Caring
Angelic
Coffin
Lair
Hole
Compassionate
Caring
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Great Expectations- Stage II Vocabulary -- English Pre-AP 9th Grade
perusal
inveterate
doleful
haughty
careful examination, review
persistent
filled with/ evoking sadness; despondent
proud; showing arrogant superiority to; conceited
perusal
careful examination, review
inveterate
persistent
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Homewood Pre- AP English 9- Great Expectations Study Guide 88-132
What does Herbert tell pip to do when…
Who does herbert love?
What is Mr. Wopsle's first role as an…
What is Mr. Wopsle's stage name?
detach himself
clara
Hamlet
Mr. Waldengarver
What does Herbert tell pip to do when…
detach himself
Who does herbert love?
clara
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Homewood Pre- AP English 9- Great Expectations Study Guide 88-132
What does Herbert tell pip to do when…
Who does herbert love?
What is Mr. Wopsle's first role as an…
What is Mr. Wopsle's stage name?
detach himself
clara
Hamlet
Mr. Waldengarver
What does Herbert tell pip to do when…
detach himself
Who does herbert love?
clara
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Homewood Pre- AP English 9- Great Expectations Study Guide 1-45
What is Pip's Christian name?
Where does Pip meet an escaped convict?
What does the convict ask Pip to bring…
How much older than Pip is his sister?
Phillip
Marshes
food and file
20 years
What is Pip's Christian name?
Phillip
Where does Pip meet an escaped convict?
Marshes
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Homewood Pre- AP English 9- Great Expectations Study Guide 46-87
Who does pip think injured his sister?
Who visits Mrs. Joe while she is incap…
What is Mrs. Joe unable to do after he…
On what day does Pip visit Miss Havish…
magwitch
orlick
talk
sunday
Who does pip think injured his sister?
magwitch
Who visits Mrs. Joe while she is incap…
orlick
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Pre-AP great expectations ch.4
Abhorrence
Aspiration
Chandler
Commiserate
Deep hatred
Audible exhaling
A dealer of a specific good or product.
To feel sorrow for or empathize with
Abhorrence
Deep hatred
Aspiration
Audible exhaling
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Great Expectations - AP Vocabulary
Narrative
Chronological
Ab ovo
Neologism
A story, actual or fictional, expressed orally or in writing.
Arranged in order of time.
Latin, meaning from the egg, from the beginning.
A newly coined word or phrase or a new use of an existing word.
Narrative
A story, actual or fictional, expressed orally or in writing.
Chronological
Arranged in order of time.
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Pre-AP English 9 Great Expectations Reading Guide Chapters 1-13
Ch 1
With whom does Pip live?
What is Pip doing in the churchyard in…
Pip says, "My most vivid and broad imp…
...
Pip lives with his sister and her husband, Mrs. Joe. and Mr.…
Pip is visiting his parents, Phillip and Georgiana gravestone…
He meets a convict and the convict frightens him and asks him…
Ch 1
...
With whom does Pip live?
Pip lives with his sister and her husband, Mrs. Joe. and Mr.…
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MHS stage 3 great expectations 9th grade pre AP-Newton
clemency
extricate
driveling
engendered
leniency or mercy towards an offender (noun)
to release from( verb)
drooling... talking senselessly ... (verb)
created ... (verb)
clemency
leniency or mercy towards an offender (noun)
extricate
to release from( verb)
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Great Expectations Characters (Ms Drake's Class PreAP Eng @ Reagan)
Pip (Philip Pirrip)
Joe Gargery
Mrs. Joe
Uncle Pumblechook
Main protagonist; Nickname is Pip due to his lack of speaking…
Unintelligent blacksmith, Pip's brother in law
Pip's older sister
Pip's pompous, arrogant uncle. A merchant obsessed with money…
Pip (Philip Pirrip)
Main protagonist; Nickname is Pip due to his lack of speaking…
Joe Gargery
Unintelligent blacksmith, Pip's brother in law
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Great Expectations Voc Chapters 11-19 (Ms. Drake's Class PreAP Eng @Reagan)
Ostentatiously (13)
Subtle (13)
Mollified (13)
Benevolent (13)
In a showy or exaggerated way... acting in a way to attract a lo…
Not obvious
calmed; pacified; soothed
(adj.) kindly, charitable
Ostentatiously (13)
In a showy or exaggerated way... acting in a way to attract a lo…
Subtle (13)
Not obvious
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Great Expectations- English 10
seized
cross
peal
shilling
to take hold of suddenly or forcibly; grasp
adverse; unfavorable
any loud, sustained sound or series of sounds
any of various coins and moneys of account used in various pa…
seized
to take hold of suddenly or forcibly; grasp
cross
adverse; unfavorable
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English: Great Expectations Quizzes
What is Pip's real name?
As the first scene opens up, where is…
What two things does the convict ask f…
How is Mrs. Joe related to Pip?
Pirrip Phillip
Sitting on his parents tombstone
A file and whittles (food)
She is his sister
What is Pip's real name?
Pirrip Phillip
As the first scene opens up, where is…
Sitting on his parents tombstone
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English Final Great Expectations
What are Magwitch's reasons for leavin…
Marriages that happen
Significance of marriages
p. 266 In conversation with Pip, Estel…
- To see Pip & give him a fortune... -Boring in Australia it was…
-Skiffins & Wemmick... -Joe & Biddy... -Estella & Drummle... - Clara &…
-Binding of society?
Matthew Pocket is not like the rest of his family. He is with…
What are Magwitch's reasons for leavin…
- To see Pip & give him a fortune... -Boring in Australia it was…
Marriages that happen
-Skiffins & Wemmick... -Joe & Biddy... -Estella & Drummle... - Clara &…
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Great Expectations Voc chps 1-10 (Ms. Drake's Class PreAP Eng @Reagan)
Prodigiously (4)
Augmented (2)
Tersely (4)
Penitent (7)
extraordinary in size, amount, extent
making something greater by adding to it, greater in size
brief
feeling sorrow and regret for something you have done wrong
Prodigiously (4)
extraordinary in size, amount, extent
Augmented (2)
making something greater by adding to it, greater in size
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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
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Great Expectations Characters (Ms Drake's Class PreAp Eng @ Reagan)
Pip (Philip Pirrip)
Joe Gargery
Mrs. Joe
Uncle Pumblechook
Main protagonist; called Pip due to his lack of speaking skil…
Unintelligent blacksmith, Pip's brother in law
-Pip's older sister
Pip's pompous, arrogant uncle. A merchant obsessed with money…
Pip (Philip Pirrip)
Main protagonist; called Pip due to his lack of speaking skil…
Joe Gargery
Unintelligent blacksmith, Pip's brother in law
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English Quotes: Great Expectations
"I had never thought of being ashamed…
"Pip is that hearty welcome, to go fre…
I drew away from the window, and sat d…
I looked at him eagerly when he looked…
Pip and Estella
Joe
Pip
Pip and the convict
"I had never thought of being ashamed…
Pip and Estella
"Pip is that hearty welcome, to go fre…
Joe
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English great expectations
explicit
lair
larceny
consternation
definat
the home of a wild animal
theft
amazement, bewilderment
explicit
definat
lair
the home of a wild animal
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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
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AP Lit Great Expectations Vocab
vicarious (adj.)
disconsolate (adj.)
ignominious (adj.)
singularity (n.)
Experienced by watching or reading someone else do something,…
Extremely sad and disappointed
Causing disgrace or shame
A peculiarity or odd trait
vicarious (adj.)
Experienced by watching or reading someone else do something,…
disconsolate (adj.)
Extremely sad and disappointed
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English-Great Expectations
Pip meets ____ in the graveyard at the…
The convict asks Pip to bring ____ to…
Pip's guardian is ____ and how does sh…
Who always looks out for Pip and takes…
a convict; visiting his parents' graves
food and a file
his older sister Mrs. Joe; she beats him whenever he doesn't…
Joe Gargery (married to his sister)
Pip meets ____ in the graveyard at the…
a convict; visiting his parents' graves
The convict asks Pip to bring ____ to…
food and a file
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AP lit Great Expectations Vocab
abate
adamant
admonish
adulation
to become weaker : to decrease in strength
refusing to be persuaded or to change one's mind
to speak to (someone) in a way that expresses disapproval or…
excessive or slavish admiration or flattery
abate
to become weaker : to decrease in strength
adamant
refusing to be persuaded or to change one's mind
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English #1 great expectations
Lozenge
Brair
Pollard
Steeple
A rhombus or diamond shape
Any of a number of prickly scrambling shrubs
Cut off the top and branches of (a tree) to encourage new gro…
A church tower and spire
Lozenge
A rhombus or diamond shape
Brair
Any of a number of prickly scrambling shrubs
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English: Great Expectations Introduction
Portsmouth, England in 1812
1812-1870
The sufferings of poor children
As a clerk in a law firm
When & Where was Charles Dickens born?
How long did he live?
What was one thing which he described in his books?
Before writing, where did Charles Dickens work?
Portsmouth, England in 1812
When & Where was Charles Dickens born?
1812-1870
How long did he live?
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English Great Expectations Vocab
divest
expostulate
subterfuge
gravitas
deprive of power, rights, or possessions
express strong disapproval or disagreement
deceit used in order to achieve one's goal
dignity, seriousness, or solemnity of manner
divest
deprive of power, rights, or possessions
expostulate
express strong disapproval or disagreement
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English great expectations vocab
Inscription
Lair
Ravenously
Elude
An etched phrase or tribute
A wild animals home
Extremely hungry
To escape or evade
Inscription
An etched phrase or tribute
Lair
A wild animals home
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English Great Expectations 1
1. diffident (adj)
2. taciturn (adj.)
3. assiduous (adj.)
4. conjecture (n.)
hesitant and unassertive due to a lack of self-confidence
habitually reserved and uncommunicative
diligent (showing care and persistent effort)
a conclusion or opinion based on inconclusive evidence; or th…
1. diffident (adj)
hesitant and unassertive due to a lack of self-confidence
2. taciturn (adj.)
habitually reserved and uncommunicative
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English Great Expectations Vocab
divest
expostulate
subterfuge
gravitas
deprive of power, rights, or possessions
express strong disapproval or disagreement
deceit used in order to achieve one's goal
dignity, seriousness, or solemnity of manner
divest
deprive of power, rights, or possessions
expostulate
express strong disapproval or disagreement
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English.terms. The Great Expectations
Benefactor
Aristocracy
Genteel (adjective)
Gentleman
a person who supports or helps a person, institution, etc. es…
A privileged class of people usually of high birth; the nobil…
respectable, polite and well-bred;... Synonyms: Refined, polite…
a man regarded as having qualities of refinement associated w…
Benefactor
a person who supports or helps a person, institution, etc. es…
Aristocracy
A privileged class of people usually of high birth; the nobil…
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English Great Expectations Vocab
Capital
Capricious
Countenance
Fitful
Wealth that can be used to produce more wealth
Subject to whim, impulsive
Appearance, especially the expression of the face
Occurring in intermittent bursts, irregular
Capital
Wealth that can be used to produce more wealth
Capricious
Subject to whim, impulsive
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English great expectations #2
Superciliously
Ponderous
Corrugated
Fermenting
Context text: "she took no notice of me until she had the can…
Context text: "but, the black- beetles took no notice of the…
Context text: " Miss Sarah pocket, whom I now saw to be alitt…
Context text: "whose stur up feelings appeared to rise from h…
Superciliously
Context text: "she took no notice of me until she had the can…
Ponderous
Context text: "but, the black- beetles took no notice of the…
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English Exam: Great Expectations
What is Pips real name?
What does he know about his real paren…
Who has raised him?
Who is Joe? What is his occupation?
Pirrip
That they dies and their names
His sister (Ms. Joe)
Pips sisters husband. He is a blacksmith.
What is Pips real name?
Pirrip
What does he know about his real paren…
That they dies and their names
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english great expectations vocal
ravenously
bramble
connubial
disconsolate
extremely hungry... the young child how hadn't eaten for 3 hour…
A shrub covered with thorns that prick... the girl injured hers…
pertaining to marriage or the matrimonial state... the couple c…
(adj.) deeply unhappy or dejected; without hope, beyond conso…
ravenously
extremely hungry... the young child how hadn't eaten for 3 hour…
bramble
A shrub covered with thorns that prick... the girl injured hers…
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Hon. English great expectations
Magwitch
Pip
Wemmick
Abel Magwitch
Who said: "Only come to see me as if you come by chance along…
Who said: "I will never stir from your side...I will be as tr…
Who said: "why, we are not going fishing! No, but I like to w…
What is convict number one's full name?
Magwitch
Who said: "Only come to see me as if you come by chance along…
Pip
Who said: "I will never stir from your side...I will be as tr…
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English vocab (great expectations)
sagacious
condescend
valedictory
indignation
having or showing acute mental discernment and keen practical…
to behave as if one is conscious of descending from a superio…
bidding goodbye or saying farewell... Syn: final... Ant: beginning
strong displeasure at something considered unjust, offensive,…
sagacious
having or showing acute mental discernment and keen practical…
condescend
to behave as if one is conscious of descending from a superio…
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AP Lit Great Expectations Vocab
vicarious
disconsolate
ignominious
singularity
experienced in the imagination through the feelings or action…
without consolation or comfort; unhappy... Despite his efforts,…
deserving or causing public disgrace or shame.... The scandalous…
the state, fact, quality, or condition of being singular (som…
vicarious
experienced in the imagination through the feelings or action…
disconsolate
without consolation or comfort; unhappy... Despite his efforts,…
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English: Great Expectations Characters
Pip
Joe
Mrs. Joe
Estella
main character; orphan; desires wealth and love; has "great e…
Pip's brother in law; common blacksmith; is the only one who…
Pip's much older sister; brought Pip up "by hand"
Pip loves her; she looks down on Pip because he is common; sh…
Pip
main character; orphan; desires wealth and love; has "great e…
Joe
Pip's brother in law; common blacksmith; is the only one who…
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English 9H: Great Expectations Vocabulary
adamantine
ague
battery
bolted
(adjective) unbreakable
(noun) malaria or some other illness involving fever and shiv…
(noun) criminal offense of offensive touching without a perso…
(verb) to move or proceed rapidly
adamantine
(adjective) unbreakable
ague
(noun) malaria or some other illness involving fever and shiv…
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English Great Expectations
Charles Dickens Birth to Death
Writer Date
Where is Charles Dickens from?
Novels Charles Dickens wrote
1812-1870
1860-1861 on a weekly basis
England
Great Expectations... The Christmas Carol... Pickwick Papers... Oliver…
Charles Dickens Birth to Death
1812-1870
Writer Date
1860-1861 on a weekly basis
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English Exam: Great Expectations
Pirrip
That they dies and their names
His sister (Ms. Joe)
Pips sisters husband. He is a blacksmi…
What is Pips real name?
What does he know about his real parents?
Who has raised him?
Who is Joe? What is his occupation?
Pirrip
What is Pips real name?
That they dies and their names
What does he know about his real parents?
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Great Expectations Review (english)
Describe the person Pip encounters in…
What does the person demand? (Ch. 1)
What is Pip's relationship with his si…
What is Pip's relationship with Joe Ga…
dirty, wears an old, worn out coat
Food and a file
not good; she abuses him and he can't stand up to her.
good; he is also abused by Mrs. Joe, so he and Pip have a fri…
Describe the person Pip encounters in…
dirty, wears an old, worn out coat
What does the person demand? (Ch. 1)
Food and a file
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English Exam: Great Expectations
What is Pips real name?
What does he know about his real paren…
Who has raised him?
Who is Joe? What is his occupation?
Pirrip
That they dies and their names
His sister (Ms. Joe)
Pips sisters husband. He is a blacksmith.
What is Pips real name?
Pirrip
What does he know about his real paren…
That they dies and their names
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