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22 terms
English 10 Mid-Year 2015
antagonist
anthropomorphism
characterization
static character
A character or force in conflict with the main character
Giving an animal the traits of a human (like Garfield or Ted)
A method an author uses to let readers know more about the ch…
A character that does not grow or change throughout the story…
antagonist
A character or force in conflict with the main character
anthropomorphism
Giving an animal the traits of a human (like Garfield or Ted)
18 terms
English Mid
Anaphora
Antimetabole
Antithesis
Asyndeton
A scheme in which the same word or phrase is repeated at the…
The repetition of a phrase or sentence in reverse order.... Exam…
A scheme that makes use of contrasting words, phrases, senten…
A scheme in which conjunctions are deliberately omitted in or…
Anaphora
A scheme in which the same word or phrase is repeated at the…
Antimetabole
The repetition of a phrase or sentence in reverse order.... Exam…
English mid
Ulysses
Aeneas
Neptune
Helen
wily schemes
son of Achilles
God of the sea
ran off w Paris
Ulysses
wily schemes
Aeneas
son of Achilles
32 terms
English mid
William Bradford
John Smith
John Winthrop
John Smith
the Plymouth Plantation(work)
A General History
Essay of Liberty
A Description of New England
William Bradford
the Plymouth Plantation(work)
John Smith
A General History
English Mid
Tecumseh
Cotton Mather
Red Jacket
Benjamin Franklin
Speech to the Osages
The Wonders of the Invisible World
Reply to the Missionary Jacob Cram
Information to Those Who Would Remove to America, Remarks Con…
Tecumseh
Speech to the Osages
Cotton Mather
The Wonders of the Invisible World
11 terms
English Mid
blank verse
April 23 1564
Stratford upon avon
Globe
having regular meter but no rhyme
When was Shakespeare born
where was Shakespeare born
what was Shakespeare's threat named
blank verse
having regular meter but no rhyme
April 23 1564
When was Shakespeare born
30 terms
English mid
Adroit
Adulterate
Alienate
Augment
(Adj) skillful, expect in the use of the hands or mind
(V) to corrupt, make worse by the addition of sth of lesser v…
To turn away, to make indifferent or hostile, to transfer, co…
To make larger, increase
Adroit
(Adj) skillful, expect in the use of the hands or mind
Adulterate
(V) to corrupt, make worse by the addition of sth of lesser v…
21 terms
english mid
augment
insidious
belligerent
impervious
to make something greater by adding to it, increase
proceeding gradually but w harmful effects (cunning)
hostile and aggressive
unable to be affected
augment
to make something greater by adding to it, increase
insidious
proceeding gradually but w harmful effects (cunning)
26 terms
english mid
adulterate
augment-
deploy
guise
to corrupt, make worse by the addition of something of lesser…
to make larger, increase
position or arrange
an external appearance, cover, mask
adulterate
to corrupt, make worse by the addition of something of lesser…
augment-
to make larger, increase
43 terms
English mid
Epic Hero
Epic
Fiction
Non fiction
Legendary figure who performs amazing deeds
Long narrative poem that deals with hero and fate of nation
Written or drawn from author immigration
Wirrten or drawn from history or fact
Epic Hero
Legendary figure who performs amazing deeds
Epic
Long narrative poem that deals with hero and fate of nation
18 terms
English mid
Aud aus
Auto aut
Belli
Bio
Hear
Self, automatic
War rebellion
Life biology
Aud aus
Hear
Auto aut
Self, automatic
19 terms
English Mid
Common Nouns
Proper Nouns
Concrete Nouns
Abstract Nouns
names any one of a class of people, places, things or ideas *…
a word (other than a pronoun) used to identify people, places…
A concrete noun names something that can be recognized throug…
An abstract noun names something that cannot be recognized th…
Common Nouns
names any one of a class of people, places, things or ideas *…
Proper Nouns
a word (other than a pronoun) used to identify people, places…
25 terms
english mid
Marc foster
joyce carol oats
flannery o connor
cohen brothers
Stranger than Fiction
where are you going where have you been
a good man is hard to find
fargo
Marc foster
Stranger than Fiction
joyce carol oats
where are you going where have you been
13 terms
English mid
5 E's
Pre writing strat
Rationalizing
Confirm Bias
Explore, Express, Expand, Evaluate, Enhance
Brainstorm, Question, Free writing, Mapping
Starting with your conclusion
Paying attention to evidence supporting your belief
5 E's
Explore, Express, Expand, Evaluate, Enhance
Pre writing strat
Brainstorm, Question, Free writing, Mapping
24 terms
english mid
cull
clemency
covey
calumny
to pick out from among many; to select; to collect
Mercy
A small flock of birds
a false and malicious accusation; misrepresentation
cull
to pick out from among many; to select; to collect
clemency
Mercy
29 terms
English Mid
allusion
metonymy
alliteration
hyperbole
a reference in literature that references to an event, idea,…
a part as representative of a whole
same letter at the beginning of connected words.
exaggeration
allusion
a reference in literature that references to an event, idea,…
metonymy
a part as representative of a whole
13 terms
English mid
Discomfit
Modus operandi
Lethargy
Belabor
To embarass and confuse
Manner of working
State of sluggishness, inactivity
To discuss in too much detail, to attack
Discomfit
To embarass and confuse
Modus operandi
Manner of working
25 terms
mid english
Alliteration
Allusion
antagonist vs protagonist
conflict
the occurrence of the same letter or sound at the beginning o…
a refrain of work of art and history
hero vs villain
a serious disagreement or argument, typically a protracted one
Alliteration
the occurrence of the same letter or sound at the beginning o…
Allusion
a refrain of work of art and history
English mid
Main idea expressed in literary work
3 types of irony
Dramatic irony
Situational irony
Theme
Verbal, situational, dramatic
Irony in which the readers are aware of something the charact…
Irony in which it involves a discrepancy between what is expe…
Main idea expressed in literary work
Theme
3 types of irony
Verbal, situational, dramatic
30 terms
English mid
tenacious
perfunctory
sustenance
ornery
stubborn or persistent in clinging to a thing
performed merely as a routine duty; hasty and superficial
something that gives support or strength; food, nourishment
bad-tempered and combative
tenacious
stubborn or persistent in clinging to a thing
perfunctory
performed merely as a routine duty; hasty and superficial
38 terms
ENGLISH MID
Ubiquitous
Husband
Despotic
Rectitude
(adj) existing everywhere at the same time
(v) Manage prudently, sparingly, or economically; conserve
(adj) ruling oppressively and absolutely; tyrannical
(n.) uprightness, righteousness; correctness; moral integrity
Ubiquitous
(adj) existing everywhere at the same time
Husband
(v) Manage prudently, sparingly, or economically; conserve
65 terms
english mid
expedient
exploit
fabricate
fathom
adventageous to ones interest or purpose; and emergency cours…
to use to the greatest possible advantage, often selfishly; a…
to assemble or construct from seperate parts; to make up with…
a unit of length roughly equal to six feet used primarily in…
expedient
adventageous to ones interest or purpose; and emergency cours…
exploit
to use to the greatest possible advantage, often selfishly; a…
33 terms
English mid
Allegory
Alliteration
Analysis
Argument
A form of extended metaphor in which objects, persons, and ac…
The repetition of initial sounds in neighboring words
The process or result of identifying the parts of a whole and…
The position or claim the author establishes
Allegory
A form of extended metaphor in which objects, persons, and ac…
Alliteration
The repetition of initial sounds in neighboring words
21 terms
english mid
venal
dilatory
bantering
requiem
open to bribery
slow moving; tending to delay
small talk ; playful teasing
a mass or service for the dead
venal
open to bribery
dilatory
slow moving; tending to delay
47 terms
English mid
Archetypes
Archetype themes
Archetype colors
Archetype numbers
Typical images, chatacters, narrative designs, and themes pre…
Good vs evil, misfits in society
White (purity), black (death), blue (sorrow, freedom)
7 (perfection), 13 (death, bad luck)
Archetypes
Typical images, chatacters, narrative designs, and themes pre…
Archetype themes
Good vs evil, misfits in society
14 terms
English mid
Technical communication
Focuses
Where do we use T.c
How use it
Is oral and written communication for and about business and…
Products and services... How to manufacture... Market... Manage... Delive…
Work
Supervisor... Colleagues... Costomers
Technical communication
Is oral and written communication for and about business and…
Focuses
Products and services... How to manufacture... Market... Manage... Delive…
24 terms
English mid
Connotation
Denotation
Imagery
Metaphor
Ideas associated with a word to me: emotional weight - connec…
Dictionary definition
Descriptive language appealing to one of the five senses. Con…
Compares two things by saying one thing is another thing does…
Connotation
Ideas associated with a word to me: emotional weight - connec…
Denotation
Dictionary definition
18 terms
English MidYears Vocab
alliteration
allusion
characterization
conflict
the occurrence of the same letter or sound at the beginning o…
an expression designed to call something to mind without ment…
a literary element and may be employed in dramatic works of a…
to come into collision or disagreement; be contradictory, at…
alliteration
the occurrence of the same letter or sound at the beginning o…
allusion
an expression designed to call something to mind without ment…
25 terms
english mid
the who or what the sentence is about
a word used to describe an action, sta…
has one independent clase and at least…
two or more independent clauses joined…
subject
verbs
complex sentence
compound sentence
the who or what the sentence is about
subject
a word used to describe an action, sta…
verbs
27 terms
Mid Year English Revision Terminology
narrative
setting
conflict
climax
story line
when/ where
problem
most tension
narrative
story line
setting
when/ where
61 terms
Mid-English
Cacophony
Aesthetic
Pedant
Cadence
A harsh discordant mix of sounds
Concerned with beauty or other application of ytuaeb
People who excessively concern little details of rules
A modulation of voice
Cacophony
A harsh discordant mix of sounds
Aesthetic
Concerned with beauty or other application of ytuaeb
12 terms
MID AGE--English Government
What was the English great charter tha…
What is the supreme law of the United…
What was the document in which the Ame…
What is habeas corpus?
Magna Carta
The Constitution
Declaration of Independence
Someone can't be placed in jail without a reason
What was the English great charter tha…
Magna Carta
What is the supreme law of the United…
The Constitution
48 terms
English mid- term
simple sentence
compound sentence
complex sentence
declarative sentence
a sentence having only one clause, as I saw her the day befor…
a sentence with more than one subject or predicate.
a sentence containing a subordinate clause or clauses.
the cat is pretty.
simple sentence
a sentence having only one clause, as I saw her the day befor…
compound sentence
a sentence with more than one subject or predicate.
50 terms
English Mid Year
Relative
Explicate
Ambivalent
Evoke
Considered in relation to something else; comparative
To make plain or clear; explain; interpret it
Having mixed feelings about someone or something; being unabl…
To call up or produce (memories, feeling, etc)
Relative
Considered in relation to something else; comparative
Explicate
To make plain or clear; explain; interpret it
English MidYears Vocab
alliteration
allusion
characterization
conflict
the occurrence of the same letter or sound at the beginning o…
an expression designed to call something to mind without ment…
a literary element and may be employed in dramatic works of a…
to come into collision or disagreement; be contradictory, at…
alliteration
the occurrence of the same letter or sound at the beginning o…
allusion
an expression designed to call something to mind without ment…
15 terms
English Mid-Year
Theme
Suspense
Mood
Tone
Meaning, moral, message. Main idea of the story
A feeling of uncertainty and curiosity about what will happen…
Feeling or atmosphere that a writer creates for the reader
A writer's attitude toward his or her subject matter revealed…
Theme
Meaning, moral, message. Main idea of the story
Suspense
A feeling of uncertainty and curiosity about what will happen…
40 terms
Vocaburaly English mid
Enmity
Inherently
Luxuriant
Nocturnal
hostility; hatred
related to part of something's inmost nature
characterized by abundant growth
occurring at night
Enmity
hostility; hatred
Inherently
related to part of something's inmost nature
31 terms
English : Mid - Term
Imagery
Symbol
Irony
Exposition
Visually descriptive or figurative language, especially in a…
A person, place, or thing that has meaning in itself & also r…
A contrast between what you expect to happen & what actually…
introduces the character and setting, and provides background…
Imagery
Visually descriptive or figurative language, especially in a…
Symbol
A person, place, or thing that has meaning in itself & also r…
35 terms
English mid-unit Vocabulary
Austere
Catholicity
Coquetry
Eminently
Severely simple
The beliefs and practices of a Catholic church
Playful behavior intended to arouse sexual interest
In an eminent manner
Austere
Severely simple
Catholicity
The beliefs and practices of a Catholic church
32 terms
english mid- term
to fill completely with a feeling or i…
to stir up or urge on
to weaken or ruin by degrees
not stopping or slowing down
imbue
instigate
undermine
unremitting
to fill completely with a feeling or i…
imbue
to stir up or urge on
instigate
10 terms
Mid-Term Vocabulary English
An action or state of being
Describes a noun or pronoun
Links a subject with a word that descr…
Added before another verb to make a ve…
Verb
Adjective
Linking Verb
Helping Verb
An action or state of being
Verb
Describes a noun or pronoun
Adjective
29 terms
English mid year- vocab
lurid
mien
mutable
necromancy
vivid, sensational
demeanor
liable to change
Magic, witchcraft
lurid
vivid, sensational
mien
demeanor
41 terms
english vocab mid year
plundered
guile
mutinous
squall
Took goods by force; looted
deceit; trickery
Rebellious
brief, violent storm
plundered
Took goods by force; looted
guile
deceit; trickery
56 terms
mid english fall exam
Christopher McCandless
Jan Burres and Bob
Charlie
Ronald Franz
Intelligent, idealistic young man who believes that life is b…
Itinerant couple who meets McCandless in the summer of 1990 w…
Old man who lives outside Bullhead City, Arizona, and suggest…
Eighty-year-old man who gives McCandless a ride from Salton C…
Christopher McCandless
Intelligent, idealistic young man who believes that life is b…
Jan Burres and Bob
Itinerant couple who meets McCandless in the summer of 1990 w…
20 terms
English Mid Year Exam: Grammar
noun
common noun
proper noun
concrete noun
person, place, thing, idea
always lowercase, a non-particular noun
always uppercase, a particular noun, a name
a noun that can be "sensed"
noun
person, place, thing, idea
common noun
always lowercase, a non-particular noun
15 terms
English mid book exam
perpetually
insinuation
reticence
queries
continuing without interruption
an unpleasant hint of something bad
restraint
a question especially addressed to an official
perpetually
continuing without interruption
insinuation
an unpleasant hint of something bad
36 terms
English Mid-Exam Vocab
abhor
abrupt
adversary
augment
to hate
sudden and unexpected, surprisingly
opponent
to increase
abhor
to hate
abrupt
sudden and unexpected, surprisingly
107 terms
English Mid-Year VOcabulary
Throng
Edifice
Utopia
Tribunal
A great number or persons crowded together
A large, usually impressive building
A place or state of political or social perfection. Comes fro…
A court or forum of justice
Throng
A great number or persons crowded together
Edifice
A large, usually impressive building
13 terms
english mid term
Allusion
Dialogue
Plot Diagram
Exposition
...
conversions between two characters in a story
a diagram that shows the development in a narrative story
the beginning in a narrative story includs setting, antagonis…
Allusion
...
Dialogue
conversions between two characters in a story
24 terms
english mid final junior
tone
style
metaphor
hyperbole
literary compound that shows author's attitude.
the way in which something is written
comparison between to things unrelated or uncommon
exaggerated statement
tone
literary compound that shows author's attitude.
style
the way in which something is written
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