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17 terms
English guide
Loquacious
Circumlocution
Somniloquent
Ventriloquist
Overly talkative verbose garrulous
Evasive speech
Someone who talk in sleep
Able to project his or her voice so that it appears to be com…
Loquacious
Overly talkative verbose garrulous
Circumlocution
Evasive speech
19 terms
American - British English Guide
circle, rotary
defroster
detour
flat tire
roundabout
window heater
diversion
flat tyre, puncture
circle, rotary
roundabout
defroster
window heater
17 terms
english guide
Narative writing
plot
setting
tone
Writing that tells a story
refers to major events
the environment
is the attitude
Narative writing
Writing that tells a story
plot
refers to major events
86 terms
ACT English Prep Guide
Strategy 1 - Pick the most concise way…
Strategy 2 - Use Process of elimination
Strategy 3 - Do not jump from question…
Strategy 4 - Don't be afraid to pick N…
To select the best way to organize words in a sentence, pick…
Try to eliminate wrong answers as you look for the right one…
Although it is tempting to simply go straight to the underlin…
The first answer choice is always NO CHANGE. It is correct ab…
Strategy 1 - Pick the most concise way…
To select the best way to organize words in a sentence, pick…
Strategy 2 - Use Process of elimination
Try to eliminate wrong answers as you look for the right one…
12 terms
English guide
english study guide
quell
menacing
throttling
...
to put down force
threaten
strangle
english study guide
...
quell
to put down force
44 terms
English Final Review Guide
Personification
Simile
Metaphor
Hyperbole
Giving an inanimate object human like qualities or actions. E…
Comparing to things using like or as. Ex. The tree was like o…
Comparing two things by saying one thing is another. Ex. He w…
An extreme exaggeration of words or actions. Ex. Everyone cou…
Personification
Giving an inanimate object human like qualities or actions. E…
Simile
Comparing to things using like or as. Ex. The tree was like o…
English MIDTERM GUIDE
Feudalism
Catholocism
Middle English
Unknown ("Gawain Poet")
Class System... King -> Lords/Nobility/Religious -> Middle class…
Main Christian Religion
Language
Gawain Author
Feudalism
Class System... King -> Lords/Nobility/Religious -> Middle class…
Catholocism
Main Christian Religion
english guide
resolved
Indulgent
resigned
rendered
firmly determined to do something
having or indicating a tendency to be overly generous to or l…
having accepted unpleasant that one can not do anything about
provide or give
resolved
firmly determined to do something
Indulgent
having or indicating a tendency to be overly generous to or l…
20 terms
English guide
Intuition
Urgent
Obliterate
Ruffian
Something known or understood at once
Calling for immediate action
To destroy completely
A brutal, violent, lawless person
Intuition
Something known or understood at once
Urgent
Calling for immediate action
English guide
Thesis statement
Tone
Inductive reasoning
Deductive reasoning
Sentence that states the main idea
Authors attitude toward the writing
Comes to a conclusion based on small observances
Starts with a general theory then goes to a conclusion based…
Thesis statement
Sentence that states the main idea
Tone
Authors attitude toward the writing
English Guide
Phobia
Acrophobia
Agoraphobia
Anglophobia
Fear
Fear of height
Fear of open space
Dislike of England
Phobia
Fear
Acrophobia
Fear of height
11 terms
English Guide
Apostrophe
Situational Irony
Verbal Irony
Dramatic Irony
Addressing an imaginary person or inanimate object.
When there is an incongruence between what you expect will ha…
When you say something and mean the opposite/something differ…
When the audience knows something the character doesn't.
Apostrophe
Addressing an imaginary person or inanimate object.
Situational Irony
When there is an incongruence between what you expect will ha…
ENGLISH GUIDE
Islamic State
Secular State
August 15, 1947
Ceylon
What state is PAKISTAN?
What state is INDIA?
When was the partition?
Sri Lanka was known as...
Islamic State
What state is PAKISTAN?
Secular State
What state is INDIA?
30 terms
English Guide
Divulge
Abet
Dogmatic
Insipid
To tell; to reveal
to assist or encourage, especially in wrongdoing
arrogant and stubborn about one's beliefs
lacking flavor; dull; not at all stimulating
Divulge
To tell; to reveal
Abet
to assist or encourage, especially in wrongdoing
English Guide
Protagonist
Antagonist
Direct Characterization
Indirect Characterization
The main character in a work fiction is called
The character whom the main character struggles is the
means the author comes right out and tells you something abou…
leaves some of the work tot the reader
Protagonist
The main character in a work fiction is called
Antagonist
The character whom the main character struggles is the
28 terms
English Guide
alliteration
ballad
free verse
couplet
the repetition of the same or similar sounds at the beginning…
a poem that tells a story similar to a folk tale or legend an…
poetry that does not rhyme or have a regular meter
a pair of lines that are the same length and usually rhyme an…
alliteration
the repetition of the same or similar sounds at the beginning…
ballad
a poem that tells a story similar to a folk tale or legend an…
12 terms
English guide
First person
Third person limited
Rose for Emily
The lesson
Red convertible
A good man is hard to find
First person plural
First person plural
First person
Red convertible
Third person limited
A good man is hard to find
10 terms
English Poetry Guide
Personification
Alliteration
Imagery
Rhyme
Giving an inanimate object human characteristics
Repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning of words
Description that appeals to the senses (sight, sound, smell,…
Repetition of sounds at the end of words
Personification
Giving an inanimate object human characteristics
Alliteration
Repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning of words
160 terms
English 9B Exam Review Guide
Which character was going to sell Jim…
The cause of the Shepherdson and Grang…
What type of parent is Pap to Huck
What year did Mark Twain publish the n…
Miss Watson
No one remembers
abusive and neglectful
1884
Which character was going to sell Jim…
Miss Watson
The cause of the Shepherdson and Grang…
No one remembers
20 terms
english guide
What is situational Irony?... A) When the…
What is Foreshadowing?... A) A hint the a…
"Steve was tall, blonde, and ugly."... Is…
WHAT IS THE WHOLE PIECE OF WRITING?!?
D) When neither the reader not the characters know what is go…
A) A hint the autho gives that indicates something in the sto…
Direct.
uh essay.
What is situational Irony?... A) When the…
D) When neither the reader not the characters know what is go…
What is Foreshadowing?... A) A hint the a…
A) A hint the autho gives that indicates something in the sto…
19 terms
English review guide
Auspicious
Berate
Conspire
Discern
Favorable, likely to turn out well
Insult
secretly plan something
to perceive or detect
Auspicious
Favorable, likely to turn out well
Berate
Insult
55 terms
99 guide english
tranquil
exotic
fatigue
ethical
平靜的
異國的
疲勞
道德的
tranquil
平靜的
exotic
異國的
67 terms
100 guide english
thrilling
twilight
refrain
restrict
毛骨悚然的
黃昏
節制
限制
thrilling
毛骨悚然的
twilight
黃昏
44 terms
102 guide English
geometric
revise
bulk
resignation
幾何
修訂
體積
辭職
geometric
幾何
revise
修訂
46 terms
98 guide english
dictate
assert
institution
tuition
命令
聲稱
制度
教學
dictate
命令
assert
聲稱
43 terms
97 guide english
conspire
occupation
deceased
endangered
同謀
佔領,職業
已故的
瀕臨絕種的
conspire
同謀
occupation
佔領,職業
32 terms
101 guide english
annual
biannual
biennial
cater
每年的
每半年的
兩年一度的
承辦宴席
annual
每年的
biannual
每半年的
10 terms
English Review Guide Vocab
Fallible
Garish
Homage
Penury
Capable of Making an Error
Loud and Flashy
Special Honor or Respect
Extreme Want or Poverty
Fallible
Capable of Making an Error
Garish
Loud and Flashy
25 terms
English for Tour Guides
Activities
architecture
art gallery
attractions
Definition: Things to do.... Sentence: There are lots of activit…
Definition: design of a building.... Sentence : The architecture…
Definition:A place to look at professional paintings and draw…
Definition:places for tourists to see... Sentence: The MAR - Mus…
Activities
Definition: Things to do.... Sentence: There are lots of activit…
architecture
Definition: design of a building.... Sentence : The architecture…
English Final Guide
Homer
Archetype
Epic Hero
The Hero's Quest
-800 BC... -Credited with writing the Iliad and the Odyssey... -May…
Basic plot, character, symbol or idea that recurs in the lite…
-Can do good/bad extraordinary things ... -Demonstrates traits v…
-A plot in which an extraordinary person (hero) goes on a dif…
Homer
-800 BC... -Credited with writing the Iliad and the Odyssey... -May…
Archetype
Basic plot, character, symbol or idea that recurs in the lite…
134 terms
English Final Guide
Abate
Abstemious
Acrimonious
Astute
v. to make less in amount, degree, etc.; to subside, become l…
adj. moderate, sparing (as in eating and drinking); character…
adj. stinging, bitter in temper or tone
adj. shrewd, crafty, showing practical wisdom
Abate
v. to make less in amount, degree, etc.; to subside, become l…
Abstemious
adj. moderate, sparing (as in eating and drinking); character…
English IAKT guide
simile
metaphor
personification
alliteration
a comparing of two things using like or as
a comparison of two unlike things- one is the other
when an object or animal possesses the traits of a human
a repetition of the first letter in a group of words
simile
a comparing of two things using like or as
metaphor
a comparison of two unlike things- one is the other
71 terms
English guide two
reflexive pronoun
indefinite pronouns
Relative pronouns
Demonstrative pronouns show or point
type of pronoun that often introduces dependent (or relative)…
another each either much neither one other anybody, anyone, a…
A relative pronoun is a type of pronoun that often introduces…
this these that those... This and that refer to singular objects…
reflexive pronoun
type of pronoun that often introduces dependent (or relative)…
indefinite pronouns
another each either much neither one other anybody, anyone, a…
59 terms
English final guide
Plot
Exposition
Rising action
Climax
Series of events that make up a story
Introduces: setting, characters, background information
Resolve original conflict
Turning point
Plot
Series of events that make up a story
Exposition
Introduces: setting, characters, background information
30 terms
English Final Study Guide
nouns
verbs
adjectives
pronouns
person, place, thing, or idea
Action Words
word used to modify or describe a noun or pronoun, such as "h…
Take the position and function of nouns but do not specifical…
nouns
person, place, thing, or idea
verbs
Action Words
English 10 Memory guide
Basic Rules for Memory
Boring Shopping List
Singing Telephone Number
Memory bonus #1
1. Want to remember.... 2. Repeat over and over.... 3. Make your me…
By painting a series of funny, embarrassing, disgusting, or e…
musical way to remember. Stored in right brain.
Using these prevent you from forgetting your cell phone, wall…
Basic Rules for Memory
1. Want to remember.... 2. Repeat over and over.... 3. Make your me…
Boring Shopping List
By painting a series of funny, embarrassing, disgusting, or e…
85 terms
ACT English Prep Guide
Strategy 1 - Pick the most concise way…
Strategy 2 - Use Process of elimination
Strategy 3 - Do not jump from question…
Strategy 4 - Don't be afraid to pick N…
To select the best way to organize words in a sentence, pick…
Try to eliminate wrong answers as you look for the right one…
Although it is tempting to simply go straight to the underlin…
The first answer choice is always NO CHANGE. It is correct ab…
Strategy 1 - Pick the most concise way…
To select the best way to organize words in a sentence, pick…
Strategy 2 - Use Process of elimination
Try to eliminate wrong answers as you look for the right one…
33 terms
english final review guide
symbolism
setting
conflict
irony
a symbol is a person, place, an object, or an activity that s…
the time and place of a story
struggle between opposing forces. almost every story has a ma…
contrast between appearance and reality ... situational irony- a…
symbolism
a symbol is a person, place, an object, or an activity that s…
setting
the time and place of a story
English II midterm guide (Beaudwin)
What are the four motifs?
When was Macbeth written?
Where did Shakespeare get his informat…
What are the three reasons Shakespeare…
The four motifs of Macbeth are:... Masculine cruelty, appearance…
1606
History book called Hollinshed's Chronicles
Quanity, Quality, and Universal Themes
What are the four motifs?
The four motifs of Macbeth are:... Masculine cruelty, appearance…
When was Macbeth written?
1606
English Finals Guide
Introduction
thesis statement/claim
body paragraph
Topic Sentence
the introduction is the first paragraph of an essay. It Gains…
The thesis statement or claim is a clear specific position or…
a body paragraph is a unit of thought that supports the thesi…
a topic sentence is the first sentence of a body paragraph. I…
Introduction
the introduction is the first paragraph of an essay. It Gains…
thesis statement/claim
The thesis statement or claim is a clear specific position or…
63 terms
English semester guide
a character who changes throughout the…
occurs when something turns out the op…
hints to future events
a character who stays the same through…
dynamic characterization
irony
foreshadowing
static character
a character who changes throughout the…
dynamic characterization
occurs when something turns out the op…
irony
English- midterm guide
Noun
Pronoun
Verb
Adjective
Names a person, place, thing
Takes place of one or more nouns or pronouns
Shows action or state of being
Modifies noun or pronoun by telling what kind, which one, how…
Noun
Names a person, place, thing
Pronoun
Takes place of one or more nouns or pronouns
10 terms
English 2 language guide
Abstain
Aquittal
Arrogance
Contorts
To hold oneself back from voting
Release; discharge
Offensive display of superiority or self-importance
To twist, bend, or draw out of shape
Abstain
To hold oneself back from voting
Aquittal
Release; discharge
11 terms
English final guide
Dramatic Irony
Verbal irony
Situational irony
Simile
When you know something the characters dont
Sarcasm (obvious)
Opposite of what you would expect (random)
Comparison using "like" or "as"
Dramatic Irony
When you know something the characters dont
Verbal irony
Sarcasm (obvious)
Americam-British English guide
antenna
circle, rotary
defroster
detour
aerial
roundabout
window heater
diversion
antenna
aerial
circle, rotary
roundabout
33 terms
Novel guide (English)
Alliteration
Allusion
Analogy
Antagonist
The repetition of a beginning consonant sound within a phrase…
A direct or indirect reference to a significant person, event…
To compare similar concepts, characters, or works of literatu…
The character who opposes the central character, causing conf…
Alliteration
The repetition of a beginning consonant sound within a phrase…
Allusion
A direct or indirect reference to a significant person, event…
English Midterm Guide
Test Format
discrepancy
augment
impervious
60 scan tron... 1 essay ... 5 short answer
(n.) a difference; a lack of agreement
(v.) to make larger, increase
(adj.) not affected or hurt by; admitting of no passage or en…
Test Format
60 scan tron... 1 essay ... 5 short answer
discrepancy
(n.) a difference; a lack of agreement
American-English Guide
antenna
circle, rotary
defroster
detour
aerial
roundabout
window heater
diversion
antenna
aerial
circle, rotary
roundabout
44 terms
English Final Review Guide
Personification
Simile
Metaphor
Hyperbole
Giving an inanimate object human like qualities or actions. E…
Comparing to things using like or as. Ex. The tree was like o…
Comparing two things by saying one thing is another. Ex. He w…
An extreme exaggeration of words or actions. Ex. Everyone cou…
Personification
Giving an inanimate object human like qualities or actions. E…
Simile
Comparing to things using like or as. Ex. The tree was like o…
English Midterm Review Guide
Undistinguished
Exasperate
Vindicate
Tentative
common; nothing special
Irrigated;provoked;irked (extremely)
Cleared of accusation, blame suspicion or doubt
Uncertain;unconfirmed
Undistinguished
common; nothing special
Exasperate
Irrigated;provoked;irked (extremely)
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