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English 1 Vocab Week 2
develop (v)
element (n)
deposit (v)
withdraw (v)
to grow, progress, unfold, or undergo a change
a part or portion of something; a component
to put into, such as a bank account
to take something back
develop (v)
to grow, progress, unfold, or undergo a change
element (n)
a part or portion of something; a component
English 1/2 vocab
Abstain
Foster
Disclose
procure
To freely chose not to commit an action
to stimulate, promote, encourage
To reveal,make public
To obtain,acquire
Abstain
To freely chose not to commit an action
Foster
to stimulate, promote, encourage
40 terms
English 1/2 vocab
foster
abstain
disclose
procure
v. to stimulate promote
v. to freely choose not to commit an action
v. to reveal ,make public
v. to obtain,acquire
foster
v. to stimulate promote
abstain
v. to freely choose not to commit an action
24 terms
RRU - English 2 - Chapter 2.1
Hardworking
Studious
Diligent
Energetic
ขยันขันแข็ง
ขยันเรียน
ขยัน
ว่องไว / กระฉับกระเฉง
Hardworking
ขยันขันแข็ง
Studious
ขยันเรียน
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English 1-2 Vocab.
Abstain
Foster
Disclose
Procure
To freely choose not to commit an action .
To simulate,promote,encourage .
To reveal , make public .
To obtain , acquire .
Abstain
To freely choose not to commit an action .
Foster
To simulate,promote,encourage .
English 1-2 Vocab.
Abstain
Foster
Disclose
Procure
to freely choose not to commit an action... V.
to stimulate,promote, encourage ... V.
to reveal, to make public V.
to obtain,acquire V.
Abstain
to freely choose not to commit an action... V.
Foster
to stimulate,promote, encourage ... V.
40 terms
English 1-2
Abstain
Foster
Disclose
Procure
to freely choose not to commit an action (v)
to stimulate, promote, encourage (v)
to reveal, make public (v)
to obtain, acquire (v)
Abstain
to freely choose not to commit an action (v)
Foster
to stimulate, promote, encourage (v)
35 terms
English 1-2 Vocob
abstain
foster
disclose
procure
v. to freely choose not too commit an action.
v. to stimulate, promote, encourage.
v.to reveal, make public.
v. to obtain, acquire.
abstain
v. to freely choose not too commit an action.
foster
v. to stimulate, promote, encourage.
10 terms
English 2: Lesson 1
acronym
affix
coinage
colloquial
a word formed from the frist letter of each word in a series
noun: a prefix or suffix... verb: to attach a part to the beginn…
the invention of new words; an invented word or phase; the ma…
typical of informal language usage; conversational
acronym
a word formed from the frist letter of each word in a series
affix
noun: a prefix or suffix... verb: to attach a part to the beginn…
35 terms
English 1-2 vocab
Abstain
Foster
Disclose
Procure
to freely choose not to commit an action
to stimulate,promote,encourage
to reveal,make public
to obtain,acquire
Abstain
to freely choose not to commit an action
Foster
to stimulate,promote,encourage
40 terms
English 1-2 Vocab
Abstain
Foster
Disclose
Procure
To freely choose not to commit an action
To simulate, promote, encourage
To reveal, make public
To obtain, acquire
Abstain
To freely choose not to commit an action
Foster
To simulate, promote, encourage
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English 9 vocabulary 2.1
illegible
jeer
lucrative
mediocre
unable or impossible to read
to make fun; to be mean
profitable
average; not fancy
illegible
unable or impossible to read
jeer
to make fun; to be mean
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Knight English 1 list 2
dialog
erratic
extensive
forfeit
a conversation: the conversation between characters in a story
not a consistent, irregular
large in space or amount, sweeping, expanded
to lose through some fault, to be forced to give up by way of…
dialog
a conversation: the conversation between characters in a story
erratic
not a consistent, irregular
5 terms
English 1-2
Casual
Cantankerous
Dapper
Peer
informal, not fancy
hard to get along with, cranky
fashionable
a person of the same age
Casual
informal, not fancy
Cantankerous
hard to get along with, cranky
English 1-2
Abstain
Foster
Disclose
Procure
to freely choose not to commit an action
to stimulate, promote, encourage
to reveal, make public
to obtain, acquire
Abstain
to freely choose not to commit an action
Foster
to stimulate, promote, encourage
English 1-2 vocab
Abstain
Foster
Disclose
procure
to freely choose not to commit an action
to stimulate, promote, or encourage
to reveal, make public
to obtain, acquire
Abstain
to freely choose not to commit an action
Foster
to stimulate, promote, or encourage
40 terms
English 1-2 Vocab
Abstain
Foster
Disclose
Procure
v. To freely choose not to make an action
v. Simulate, promote, encourage
v. Reveal, to make public
v. obtain something
Abstain
v. To freely choose not to make an action
Foster
v. Simulate, promote, encourage
English 1-2 Vocabulary
Abstain
Foster
Disclose
Procure
To freely choose not to commit an action
To stimulate, promote, encourage
To reveal, make public
To obtain, acquire
Abstain
To freely choose not to commit an action
Foster
To stimulate, promote, encourage
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English 1/2
abstain
foster
disclose
procure
v. to freely choose not to commit an action
v. to stimulate, promote, encourage
`v. to revel, make public
v. to obtain, acquire
abstain
v. to freely choose not to commit an action
foster
v. to stimulate, promote, encourage
25 terms
English 1-2 vocabulary
Abstain
foster
Disclose
Procure
to freely choose not to commit an action
to stimulate, promote, encourge
to reveal, make public
to obtain, acquire
Abstain
to freely choose not to commit an action
foster
to stimulate, promote, encourge
English 2 Vocabulary 1.2
inter
intra
intro
mal
between... Examples: international, interdepartmental, interstel…
within... Example: intracellular, intracranial, intrastate
into... Example: introduce, introvert, introject
bad... Example: malevolent, malicious, malcontent
inter
between... Examples: international, interdepartmental, interstel…
intra
within... Example: intracellular, intracranial, intrastate
English 1-2 Vocabulary
Abstain
Disclose
Procure
Oblivious
To freely choose not to commit an action.
To reveal or to make public.
To obtain or to acquire.
Lacking consciousness or awareness.
Abstain
To freely choose not to commit an action.
Disclose
To reveal or to make public.
English 1-2 Vocabulary
abstain
foster
disclose
procure
to freely choose not to commit an action.
to stimulate, promote, encourage
to reveal, make public
to obtain, aquire
abstain
to freely choose not to commit an action.
foster
to stimulate, promote, encourage
13 terms
Everyday English 1 and 2
Hello! Nice to meet you.
It sounds brilliant.
I can't wait!
Let's make a list.
Hello! Nice to meet you.
It sounds brilliant.
English 2 Vocabulary 1.1
ante
anti
bi
circum
before... Examples: antedate, anterior, antecedent
against... Examples: anticlimax, antibody, antiaircraft
two... Examples: bicycle, binary, bipolar
around... Examples: circumference, circus, circumnavigate
ante
before... Examples: antedate, anterior, antecedent
anti
against... Examples: anticlimax, antibody, antiaircraft
Total English Upper Intermediate 2.1
have itchy feet
be bitten by the travel bug
culture shock
homesick
to have a strong wish to go somewhere new or to do something…
to feel the need to travel
the confusion and discomfort that a person experiences when i…
sad because you are away from your family and home
have itchy feet
to have a strong wish to go somewhere new or to do something…
be bitten by the travel bug
to feel the need to travel
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Knight English 1 Honors Review LIST 2
affable
aggravate
agnostic
alacrity
friendly
to irritate, annoy, vex
a doubter of the existence of God
eagerness; willingness
affable
friendly
aggravate
to irritate, annoy, vex
English 1-2 Vocabulary
Abstain (v)
Foster (v)
Disclose (v)
Procure (v)
To keep oneself back (from doing or using something).
help develop, help grow
to make known; reveal or uncover; allow to be seen
Obtain
Abstain (v)
To keep oneself back (from doing or using something).
Foster (v)
help develop, help grow
English 1-2 vocab
Abstain
Foster
Disclose
Procure
to freely choose not commit an action (verb)
to stimulate, promote , encourage (verb)
to reveal , make public (verb)
to obtain , acquire (verb)
Abstain
to freely choose not commit an action (verb)
Foster
to stimulate, promote , encourage (verb)
40 terms
English 1-2 Vocabulary
Abstain
Foster
Disclose
Procure
(verb) to freely choose not to commit
(verb) to stimulate, promote, encourage
(verb) to reveal, make public
(verb) to obtain, require
Abstain
(verb) to freely choose not to commit
Foster
(verb) to stimulate, promote, encourage
40 terms
English 1-2 vocab
Abstain
foster
disclose
procure
to freely choose not a commit an action
to stimulate,promote,encourage
to reveal,make public
to obtain,acquire
Abstain
to freely choose not a commit an action
foster
to stimulate,promote,encourage
36 terms
English 1-2 vocab
Abstain
Foster
Disclose
Procure
to freely choose not to commit an action... (v)
to stimulate , promote , encourage ... (v)
to reveal , make public... (v)
to obtain , acquire... (v)
Abstain
to freely choose not to commit an action... (v)
Foster
to stimulate , promote , encourage ... (v)
English 1-2 vocab
abstain
foster
disclose
procure
(v). To freely chose not to commit an action
(v). To stimulate, Promote, encourage
(v). To reveal make public
(v). To obtain , Require
abstain
(v). To freely chose not to commit an action
foster
(v). To stimulate, Promote, encourage
English 1-2 vocab
abstain
foster
disclose
procure
v. to freely choose not to commit an action
v. to stimulate, promote, and encourage
v. to reveal or make public
v. to obtain , acquire
abstain
v. to freely choose not to commit an action
foster
v. to stimulate, promote, and encourage
English 1-2 vocab
Abstain
Foster
Disclose
Procure
(verb). To freely choose not to commit an action.
(Verb). To stimulate, promote, encourage.
(Verb). To reveal, make public.
(Verb). To obtain, acquire.
Abstain
(verb). To freely choose not to commit an action.
Foster
(Verb). To stimulate, promote, encourage.
40 terms
English 1-2 Vocab
Abstain
Foster
Disclose
Procure
v. to freely choose not to commit on action.
v. to simulate , promote , encourage.
v. to reveal, make public
v. to obtain, acquire
Abstain
v. to freely choose not to commit on action.
Foster
v. to simulate , promote , encourage.
30 terms
English 1-2 vocab
Abstain
poster
Disclose
Procure
To freely chose not to commit an action.
To stimulate promote encourage.
To reveal make public.
To abtain,acauire
Abstain
To freely chose not to commit an action.
poster
To stimulate promote encourage.
English/1-2 vocab
Abstain
Foster
Disclose
Procure
To freely choose not to commit an action.
To stimulate, promote, encourage.
To reveal, make public.
To obtain, acquire
Abstain
To freely choose not to commit an action.
Foster
To stimulate, promote, encourage.
81 terms
English 2 Intercultural Awareness -1
ignorance
blessing
surrounds
cozy
知らないこと、無知
神の恵み
囲い
居心地がよい
ignorance
知らないこと、無知
blessing
神の恵み
english 1-2 vocab
disclose
foster
procure
abstain
To make a secret or new information known.
Temporarily taking care of something that isn't yours.
to obtain something with care or effort
restrain one from doing or enjoy something
disclose
To make a secret or new information known.
foster
Temporarily taking care of something that isn't yours.
30 terms
English 1-2 vocab
Abstain
Foster
Disclose
Procure
to freely choose not to commit an action
to stimulate,promote,encourage
to reveal,make public
to obtain,acquire
Abstain
to freely choose not to commit an action
Foster
to stimulate,promote,encourage
10 terms
English 1-2 vocab
Abstain
Foster
Disclose
Procure
(v). to freely chose to commit an action
(v). to simulate, promote, encourage
(v). to reveal, make public
(v). obtain, acquire
Abstain
(v). to freely chose to commit an action
Foster
(v). to simulate, promote, encourage
26 terms
English 1-2 Vocab
abstain
foster
disclose
procure
freely choose not to commit an action
stimulate, promote, or encourage
reveal, make public
to obtain, acquire
abstain
freely choose not to commit an action
foster
stimulate, promote, or encourage
10 terms
English I - List 1.2
petty
forebodings
interceded
drudgery
small-minded, mean
feelings of imminent trouble
pleaded for someone else
labor that is difficult and tedious
petty
small-minded, mean
forebodings
feelings of imminent trouble
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English 1 Vocab #2
foresight
judicious
punctilious
selective
To see what is likely to happen and prepare for it carefully
Having sound judgment; sensible, wise
attentive to the finer points of etiquette
careful in choosing, discriminating
foresight
To see what is likely to happen and prepare for it carefully
judicious
Having sound judgment; sensible, wise
27 terms
English 1 List 2-B
Millipede
Pedometer
Speedometer
Tachometer
An insect with double pairs of legs on each segment of its body
Instrument used to measure distance traveled by foot
Instrument used to measure speed
Instrument used to measure rotational speed of a shaft
Millipede
An insect with double pairs of legs on each segment of its body
Pedometer
Instrument used to measure distance traveled by foot
English 2 Unit 1
Abstract (adj.)
Anarchist (n.)
Blasé (adj.)
Conjecture (n.)
taking place in the realm of thought; conceptual
Person who seeks to overturn the established government.
being bored with life; jaded
A guess.
Abstract (adj.)
taking place in the realm of thought; conceptual
Anarchist (n.)
Person who seeks to overturn the established government.
29 terms
1.2 Clothing & Colors: English & pics
la blusa
el calcetín
los calcetines
la camisa
blouse
sock
socks
shirt
la blusa
blouse
el calcetín
sock
7 terms
English & Work - Weeks 1 and 2
Employee
Customer
Responsible
Professional
A worker
Someone who buys things
Showing that you can do what is right/good
Showing kindness and respect in the workplace.
Employee
A worker
Customer
Someone who buys things
English 1 and 2 vocabulary
Encourge
Reach
Bitter
Hosted
Animar
Alcanzar
Amargo
Acoger
Encourge
Animar
Reach
Alcanzar
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