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15 terms
Language arts Lesson 1
articuate
crux
debris
decry
well spoken or clear
the main or most important point or feature
scattered remnants;rubble
to condemn or disapprove only
articuate
well spoken or clear
crux
the main or most important point or feature
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Lesson 1 for language arts
ascend
deteriorate
deplete
innocuous
to move upward
worsen; decline
to use up
harmless
ascend
to move upward
deteriorate
worsen; decline
5 terms
Ceasar's English Lesson 1 (Language Arts)
Bi
Pre
De
Sub
Two
Before
Down
Under
Bi
Two
Pre
Before
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Lesson 1 ( Language Arts)
Part of speech
Noun
Verb
Adjective
One of the 9 categories a word may be placed into depending o…
Names a person, place, thing, idea, living, creature, quality…
A word which describes an action ( doing something) or a stat…
A word that describes a noun.It tells you something about the…
Part of speech
One of the 9 categories a word may be placed into depending o…
Noun
Names a person, place, thing, idea, living, creature, quality…
10 terms
Language Arts Lesson 1
antonym
concept
context
derivative
word that means the opposite
thought or idea
words surrounding a word that makes its meaning clear
word formed from another word
antonym
word that means the opposite
concept
thought or idea
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Language Arts Lesson 1
affection
appeal
clasp
conspicuous
A fond or tender feeling
To make an earnest request; to ask
To grasp or hold tightly.
Easily or plainly seen.
affection
A fond or tender feeling
appeal
To make an earnest request; to ask
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Language Arts: Lesson 1
Untimely
Throng
Remnant
Regret
occurring at an unsuitable time; premature
to move in a large crowd
a small part that remains
a feeling of loss; remorse; sorrow
Untimely
occurring at an unsuitable time; premature
Throng
to move in a large crowd
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language arts lesson 1 vocab
automobile
demote
locomotion
mobile
a self propelled passenger vehicle that moves
a move down in grade rank, or status
the ability to move from place to place
capable of moving or being moved
automobile
a self propelled passenger vehicle that moves
demote
a move down in grade rank, or status
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LANGUAGE ARTS Lesson 1 vocabulary
commission
viewpoint
cell
assumption
to pay someone to create or do something.
A particular way of thinking about something.
the smallest unit of a living thing.
to suppose that a fact is true without checking the informati…
commission
to pay someone to create or do something.
viewpoint
A particular way of thinking about something.
15 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary Lesson 1
accustom
alert
assign
budge
v. to make familiar, adj. usual, get used to
adj. watchful; wide-awake, ... v. to warn to be ready, n. a warn…
v. to select for a position or for what has to be done, to gi…
v. to move or shift
accustom
v. to make familiar, adj. usual, get used to
alert
adj. watchful; wide-awake, ... v. to warn to be ready, n. a warn…
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Lesson 1-5 Language Arts
Descendant
Exempt
Mourn
Regret
One who is derived from an ancestor (offspring)
Free from duty, law, or rule that others must do
To feel or express grief or sorrow
A feeling of loss and sorrow
Descendant
One who is derived from an ancestor (offspring)
Exempt
Free from duty, law, or rule that others must do
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Language arts (lesson 1-8)
Affection
Appeal
Clasp
Conspicuous
A fond or tender feeling
The power to attract or to be of interest
To grasp or hold tightly
Easily or plainly seen
Affection
A fond or tender feeling
Appeal
The power to attract or to be of interest
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language arts lesson 1 (V, N, ADJ)
aberration
bequeath
capitulate
debilitate
noun
verb
verb
verb
aberration
noun
bequeath
verb
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Language Arts ~ Lesson 1
abridged
browse
citation
compendium
shortened, usually in reference to written or spoken work
to look over reading material, sampling different parts; to l…
a reference to a quotation from an authority; an official awa…
a short but complete written summary
abridged
shortened, usually in reference to written or spoken work
browse
to look over reading material, sampling different parts; to l…
15 terms
Language Arts: lesson 1
antiseptic
attentive
befuddle
commonplace
noun ... a substance that kills germs ... adjective ... free from germs
Adjective ... 1. paying attention ... 2.considerate of the needs of…
verb ... to confuse completely
adjective ... anything common, uninteresting,or taken for granted
antiseptic
noun ... a substance that kills germs ... adjective ... free from germs
attentive
Adjective ... 1. paying attention ... 2.considerate of the needs of…
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Language Arts: Lesson 1
antiseptic
attentive
beffudle
commonplace
n. A substance the kills germs... adj. Free from germs
adj. Paying attention... adj. Considerate of the needs of others
v. To confuse completely
adj. Anything common, uninteresting, or taken for granted.
antiseptic
n. A substance the kills germs... adj. Free from germs
attentive
adj. Paying attention... adj. Considerate of the needs of others
10 terms
Language arts lesson 1
Copious
Tenacious
Surreptitious
Voracious
Abundant, pentiful, big amounts
Tough, stubborn, not letting go
Acting in a secret or sly matter
Never ending appetite or pursuit, consume food
Copious
Abundant, pentiful, big amounts
Tenacious
Tough, stubborn, not letting go
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Lesson 1 language arts
Abandon
Keen
Jealous
Tact
Desert
Sharp; eager; intense; sensitive
Afraid that the one you love might prefer someone else
Ability to say the right thing
Abandon
Desert
Keen
Sharp; eager; intense; sensitive
10 terms
Language Arts Lesson 1
Abstinence
Ambulatory
Diatribe
Didactic
The practice of abstaining; doing without
Able to walk; up and about
A bitter and abusive criticism
Intended to instruct, guide, or teach
Abstinence
The practice of abstaining; doing without
Ambulatory
Able to walk; up and about
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Lesson 1 Language arts
majority
definite
symbol
uncertian
more than half the total;the greater part
having limits;certain
something that stands for or represents something else
not clear; uncertain
majority
more than half the total;the greater part
definite
having limits;certain
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Language Arts Lesson 1
Anglo-Saxon Lyrics
Caeruras
Kennings
Assonance
Were composed for easy memorization and recitation.
Rhythmic breaks in the middle of lines, where the reciter cou…
Two word poetic renaming of people, places and things, such a…
The repetition of vowel sounds is unrhymed, stressed syllables.
Anglo-Saxon Lyrics
Were composed for easy memorization and recitation.
Caeruras
Rhythmic breaks in the middle of lines, where the reciter cou…
Language arts lesson 1
Descendant
Estimation
Exepmt
Hallow
One who is derived from ancestor
Judgement or opinion
Excused
Sacred
Descendant
One who is derived from ancestor
Estimation
Judgement or opinion
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Lesson 1 Language Arts
Licentious
Numismatist
Paucity
Fatalistic
morally unrestrained
A coin collector
A lack of something
Believing that all events in life are inevitable and determin…
Licentious
morally unrestrained
Numismatist
A coin collector
10 terms
Language arts lesson 1
Aberration
Abstinence
Abstract
Acclaim
A deviating from the right path or unusual course of action;…
The giving up of several pleasures like food.
...hard to understand.
...Approval.
Aberration
A deviating from the right path or unusual course of action;…
Abstinence
The giving up of several pleasures like food.
13 terms
Language arts lesson 1
Irrational
Telegraph
irregular
Nonexistent
Not thinking clearly; not able to use reason or good judgment
An outdated system of sending messages over long distances by…
Not normal or usual; not following the usual rules about what…
Not present or real; not existing
Irrational
Not thinking clearly; not able to use reason or good judgment
Telegraph
An outdated system of sending messages over long distances by…
20 terms
Language Arts lesson 1
fiction
nonfiction
genre
protagonist
novel; short story; imaginary things
based on real events
a kind of literature
hero; leader
fiction
novel; short story; imaginary things
nonfiction
based on real events
Language Arts Lesson 1
Pacify
Verify
Suppress
Gregarious
Quiet, Placate, Soothe
Substantiate, Confirm, Prove
Subdue, Stop, Retrain
Outgoing, Sociable, Social
Pacify
Quiet, Placate, Soothe
Verify
Substantiate, Confirm, Prove
32 terms
Language arts Lesson 1
Anthrop
Phil
miso
biblio, bibl
man;mankind
love
hate
book
Anthrop
man;mankind
Phil
love
10 terms
Language arts lesson 1
Illogical
Imbalance
Incapable
Photocopy
Not thinking about things in a reasonable or sensible way; un…
A state or condition in which different things do not occur i…
Not able to do something; not having the necessary skills or…
A paper copy of a document or picture that is made with a spe…
Illogical
Not thinking about things in a reasonable or sensible way; un…
Imbalance
A state or condition in which different things do not occur i…
10 terms
Language Arts Lesson 1
Pacify
Verifty
Suppress
Gregarious
Soothe... placate... appease
to confirm some thing is true
Retrain,stop,subdue
(adj) sociable, pertaining to a flock or crowd
Pacify
Soothe... placate... appease
Verifty
to confirm some thing is true
10 terms
Language Arts lesson 1
divule
abet
dogmatic
insipid
to tell; revel (as a secret)
assist or encourage, especially in wrongdoing
stubborn about one's beliefs
dull, lacking flavor
divule
to tell; revel (as a secret)
abet
assist or encourage, especially in wrongdoing
Language Arts Lesson 1 Vocab
alternative
appease
disperse
exempt
something that is one of two possibles; offering another poss…
to make more peaceful and less angry, hateful, or upset
to break up and scatter; to spread around; to distribute
to release (someone) from something that applies to others; f…
alternative
something that is one of two possibles; offering another poss…
appease
to make more peaceful and less angry, hateful, or upset
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lesson1 Language Arts
affection
Appeal
Clasp
Conspicuous
n. A fond or tender feeling... [Hugging is a way to show _____]…
v. 1. To make an earnest request; to ask... [Three students ____…
v. To grasp or to hold tightly. ... [The dancers _____ hands and…
adj. Easily or plainly seen.... [His great height made him _____…
affection
n. A fond or tender feeling... [Hugging is a way to show _____]…
Appeal
v. 1. To make an earnest request; to ask... [Three students ____…
15 terms
Language Arts Lesson 1
antiseptic
attentive
befuddle
commonplace
a substance that kills germs
paying attention
to confuse completely
anything common
antiseptic
a substance that kills germs
attentive
paying attention
10 terms
Lesson 1 language arts
Infrence
Infer
Panic
Desperately
A guess
Find the evidence
To flee
In a way that shows despite
Infrence
A guess
Infer
Find the evidence
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Language Arts lesson 1 Vocab
Aberration
Bequeath
Capitulate
Debilitate
A deviation from what is normal or proper (n)
To leave to another by will after ones death (v)
To surrender (v)
To make feeble; to weaken (v)
Aberration
A deviation from what is normal or proper (n)
Bequeath
To leave to another by will after ones death (v)
12 terms
Lesson 1- Language Arts
bene
fac (fic) fact (fect) (fy)
loqu, locut
magn
...
...
...
...
bene
...
fac (fic) fact (fect) (fy)
...
10 terms
Language Arts Lesson 1
Accustom
Budge
Compatible
Concept
v. to make familiar... adj. usual; used to
v. to move or shift
adj. getting along well together
n. a general idea or thought about something
Accustom
v. to make familiar... adj. usual; used to
Budge
v. to move or shift
10 terms
Language arts lesson 1
Percussion
Perennial
Permeate
Persevere
The sharp striking of one thing against another
Lasting for an indefinitely long time
To penetrate through spaces; to spread throughout
To hold fast to a task or purpose despite handicaps or obstac…
Percussion
The sharp striking of one thing against another
Perennial
Lasting for an indefinitely long time
10 terms
Language arts lesson 1
archaic
argot
connotation
denotation
no longer used or applicable; ancient
the informal, specialized vocabulary or expression of a parti…
ideas or meanings suggested by a word; associated that go bey…
the most direct or specific meaning of a word
archaic
no longer used or applicable; ancient
argot
the informal, specialized vocabulary or expression of a parti…
31 terms
Language arts Lesson 1
Anthrop
Phil
miso
biblio, bibl
man;mankind
love
hate
book
Anthrop
man;mankind
Phil
love
13 terms
Language Arts Vocab Lesson 1
Monlogue
Monarch 1
Monarch 2
Monogram
A long speech made by one performer or by one person in a group
A person who rules a kingdom or empire; a king or queen, empe…
A large black and orange American butterfly
A design composed of letters, usually the first letter of a n…
Monlogue
A long speech made by one performer or by one person in a group
Monarch 1
A person who rules a kingdom or empire; a king or queen, empe…
11 terms
Lesson 1 Language Arts
avid
brusque
concise
demean
A strong desire/greed ... Sentence: I was avid to eat
Roughly talking... Sentence:The boys dad was brusque when he dro…
saying something to the point... Sentence:My mom was concise whe…
To lower confidence... Sentence:The boy was being demeaning to t…
avid
A strong desire/greed ... Sentence: I was avid to eat
brusque
Roughly talking... Sentence:The boys dad was brusque when he dro…
10 terms
Language Arts Vocab Lesson 1
Envision
Revise
Supervise
Visible
To imagine; to form a picture in the mind of something that h…
To look back and change; to correct and improve
To direct or oversee, to look after and take care of
Able to be seen or perceived
Envision
To imagine; to form a picture in the mind of something that h…
Revise
To look back and change; to correct and improve
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Language Arts: Lesson 1 Vocabulary
descendant
estimation
exempt
hallow
one who is derived from an ancestor; an offspring
judgment or opinion
free from a duty, law, or rule that others must obey
to make sacred or holy
descendant
one who is derived from an ancestor; an offspring
estimation
judgment or opinion
10 terms
Language Arts: Vocabulary Lesson 1
Captivate
Diversion
Exult
Loathe
Charm;fascinate; enchanted; attract
Amusement; pastime; entertainment; something to which one tur…
Rejoice; to be extremely thoughtful
Hate; feel intense dislike for; detest
Captivate
Charm;fascinate; enchanted; attract
Diversion
Amusement; pastime; entertainment; something to which one tur…
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Language arts vocabulary lesson 1
Divulge { verb}
Abet {verb}
Dogmatic {adjective}
Insipid {adjective}
To tell, to reveal
To assist or encourage especially in wrongdoing
Arrogant and stubborn about ones (often unproven ) beliefs
Lacking flavor, dull, not at all stimulating
Divulge { verb}
To tell, to reveal
Abet {verb}
To assist or encourage especially in wrongdoing
10 terms
Language arts lesson 1 vocab
Adjunct
Gist
Beneficiary
Feign
A subordinate, an assistant
The main point
One who receives benefits
To pretend or fake
Adjunct
A subordinate, an assistant
Gist
The main point
10 terms
Language Arts- Vocab Lesson 1
automobile
mobile
mobility
mobilize
A self-propelled passenger vehicle that moves
able to move or be moved freely or easily
the ability to move or be moved freely and easily
make something movable or capable of movement
automobile
A self-propelled passenger vehicle that moves
mobile
able to move or be moved freely or easily
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