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New English File Interm 1B Score set
to score
a final score
a score board
to score up
to achieve, accomplishб to win or get a point, goal, etc. in…
зарахувати
to score
to achieve, accomplishб to win or get a point, goal, etc. in…
a final score
22 terms
SAT English new Vocab
Calisthenics
Aggrandizing
Sublunary
Ambivalence
form of exercise; gymnastic exercise
increase the power status & wealth
to be worldy
conflicted
Calisthenics
form of exercise; gymnastic exercise
Aggrandizing
increase the power status & wealth
70 terms
Vocabulary Power Plus for the New SAT: Vocabulary, Reading, and Writing Exercises for High Scores Lessons 1-7 of Book One
divulge
abet
dogmatic
insipid
to tell, to reveal (as a secret)
to assist or encourage, especially in wrongdoing
arrogant and stubborn about one's (often unproven) beliefs
lacking flavor; dull; not at all stimulating
divulge
to tell, to reveal (as a secret)
abet
to assist or encourage, especially in wrongdoing
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English SAT: New
inaudible
implausible
subdued
audacity
impossible to hear : not audible
not believable or realistic : not plausible
not strong, loud, intense, etc.
a confident and daring quality that is often seen as shocking…
inaudible
impossible to hear : not audible
implausible
not believable or realistic : not plausible
70 terms
Vocabulary Power Plus for the New SAT: Vocabulary, Reading, and Writing Exercises for High Scores Lessons 1-7 of Book One
divulge
abet
dogmatic
insipid
to tell, to reveal (as a secret)
to assist or encourage, especially in wrongdoing
arrogant and stubborn about one's (often unproven) beliefs
lacking flavor; dull; not at all stimulating
divulge
to tell, to reveal (as a secret)
abet
to assist or encourage, especially in wrongdoing
25 terms
The new SAT (English Terms)
Context
Argument
Claim
Counterargument
Discourse that surrounds and helps explain a word or passage
An assertion offered as evidence that something is true
An assertion that something is true or factual
An opinion offered in opposition to another position
Context
Discourse that surrounds and helps explain a word or passage
Argument
An assertion offered as evidence that something is true
25 terms
New English SAT Words
Context
Argument
Claim
Counterargument
discourse that surrounds and helps explain a word or passage
an assertion offered as evidence that something is true
an assertion that something is true or factual
an opinion offered in opposition to another position
Context
discourse that surrounds and helps explain a word or passage
Argument
an assertion offered as evidence that something is true
80 terms
Vocabulary Power Plus for the New SAT: Vocabulary, Reading, and Writing Exercises for High Scores Lessons 1-7 of Book One
divulge
abet
dogmatic
insipid
to tell, to reveal (as a secret)
to assist or encourage, especially in wrongdoing
arrogant and stubborn about one's (often unproven) beliefs
lacking flavor; dull; not at all stimulating
divulge
to tell, to reveal (as a secret)
abet
to assist or encourage, especially in wrongdoing
20 terms
sat vocab English new words
abstruse
apt
cajole
compendious
difficult to understand
appropriate, inclined
coax
succinct
abstruse
difficult to understand
apt
appropriate, inclined
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SAT English Vocab New Semester
Disclose
Diligence
Discount
discrimination
reveal
steadiness of effort; persistent hard work
disregard; dismiss
able to see differnces
Disclose
reveal
Diligence
steadiness of effort; persistent hard work
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English 11 - NEW SAT/ACT words #1
adhere
adhere
adhere
adhere
to stick
united force
devoted
follow a plan
adhere
to stick
adhere
united force
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Vocab #3 English 10 2015 (The New SAT)
ADHERE
ASSERT
BURGEON
CORRELATE
(v.) stick completely to a surface or substance [or] believe…
(v.)state a fact or belief confidently and forcefully
(v.)begin to grow or increase rapidly; flourish
(v.) have a mutual relationship or connection
ADHERE
(v.) stick completely to a surface or substance [or] believe…
ASSERT
(v.)state a fact or belief confidently and forcefully
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Vocab #3 English 11 (The New SAT)
AMBIGUOUS
ANTAGONIZE
ARCANE
BEAR
(adj.) open to more than one interpretation; have a double me…
(v.) cause someone to become hostile
(adj.)mysterious or secret
(v.) endure an ordeal or difficulty
AMBIGUOUS
(adj.) open to more than one interpretation; have a double me…
ANTAGONIZE
(v.) cause someone to become hostile
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English 10 Vocabulary 6 for the new SAT
rancor
inexorable
extol
clement
(n.) bitter resentment or ill-will
(adj.) inflexible, beyond influence; relentless, unyielding
(v.) to praise extravagantly
(adj.) Tending to forgive and be merciful; Mild or lenient in…
rancor
(n.) bitter resentment or ill-will
inexorable
(adj.) inflexible, beyond influence; relentless, unyielding
SAT Prep English~ The New SAT "KAHOOT"
All Essay passages are in the form of…
The work you show in your essay will c…
Your goal is to capture the main ideas…
When building an argument to persuade…
C
A
B
A & B
All Essay passages are in the form of…
C
The work you show in your essay will c…
A
English New SAT Vocabulary Lesson 9
bilk
homily
demise
emit
(v.) to cheat or swindle; to thwart
(n.) a sermon
(n.) death; a ceasing to exist
(v.) to send out; to give forth, as in sound or light
bilk
(v.) to cheat or swindle; to thwart
homily
(n.) a sermon
English New SAT Book Vocabulary Lesson 10
fallible
blatant
dawdle
affiliate
(adj.) capable of error
(adj.) obvious; too conspicuous
(v.) to waste time
(n.) an associate; a partner
fallible
(adj.) capable of error
blatant
(adj.) obvious; too conspicuous
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Vocab #3 English 10 2015 (The New SAT)
ADHERE
ASSERT
BURGEON
CORRELATE
(v.) stick completely to a surface or substance [or] believe…
(v.)state a fact or belief confidently and forcefully
(v.)begin to grow or increase rapidly; flourish
(v.) have a mutual relationship or connection
ADHERE
(v.) stick completely to a surface or substance [or] believe…
ASSERT
(v.)state a fact or belief confidently and forcefully
12 terms
CP English 10: Vocabulary Lesson 2 (Vocabulary Power Plus for the New SAT: Book 2)
Heresy
Docile
Libation
Anathema
n. the crime of holding a belief that goes against establishe…
adj. easy to teach or manage
n. a drink, especially an alcoholic one
n. 1.a hated, repellant person or thing... 2. a formal curse
Heresy
n. the crime of holding a belief that goes against establishe…
Docile
adj. easy to teach or manage
15 terms
English vocabulary power plus for the new SAT: Lesson 2
Impotent
Antithesis
Maelstrom
Emendation
Powerless; lacking strength
And exact opposite; an opposite extreme
Whirlpool; turbulence; agitated state of mind
A correction
Impotent
Powerless; lacking strength
Antithesis
And exact opposite; an opposite extreme
15 terms
English vocabulary power plus for the new SAT: Lesson 3
Pedestrian
Bona fide
Adventitious
Fecund
Ordinary or dull
In good faith
Accidental; nonessential
Fertile; productive
Pedestrian
Ordinary or dull
Bona fide
In good faith
10 terms
English II Lesson 1 PowerPlus for the New SAT
divulge
abet
dogmatic
insipid
to tell, to reveal
to assist, to encourage, especially in wrongdoing
arrogant and stubborn about one's (often unproven) beliefs
lacking flavor; dull; not at all stimulating
divulge
to tell, to reveal
abet
to assist, to encourage, especially in wrongdoing
165 terms
Vocab lesson one English, Lesson 3 vocab, Lesson four vocab, Vocab lesson 5, Vocab lesson six, Lesson seven New SAT book two, New SAT vocab Book two lesson 9
Divulge
Divulge
abet
abet
to tell, to reveal as a secret
syn: unveil; disclose... ant; conceal
to assist or encourage, especially in wrongdoing
syn: promote; incite... ant: impede; dissuade
Divulge
to tell, to reveal as a secret
Divulge
syn: unveil; disclose... ant; conceal
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English I Honors B - Vocabulary Power Plus for the New SAT I - Chapters 11-21
flagrant
patrician
emissary
kindred
adj. glaringly bad; outrageous
n. an aristocrat
n. one sent on a special mission to represent others
adj. having similar origin, nature, or character
flagrant
adj. glaringly bad; outrageous
patrician
n. an aristocrat
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English I Honors B - Vocabulary Power Plus for the New SAT I - Chapters 11-21
flagrant
patrician
emissary
kindred
adj. glaringly bad; outrageous
n. an aristocrat
n. one sent on a special mission to represent others
adj. having similar origin, nature, or character
flagrant
adj. glaringly bad; outrageous
patrician
n. an aristocrat
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English 11H Vocab - Midterm (Lessons 1-9 Power Plus for the New SAT book 4)
camaraderie
frangible
litany
moratorium
n. rapport and goodwill
adj. fragile; easy to break
n. any long, repetitive, or dull recital
n. a suspension of activity; an authorized delay
camaraderie
n. rapport and goodwill
frangible
adj. fragile; easy to break
10 terms
Vocabulary for the New SAT: Book 1 Lesson 1
Licentious
numismatist
paucity
obtrude
lacking moral discipline
a collector and student of money (and coins in particular)
a scarcity, lack
thrust oneself in as if by force
Licentious
lacking moral discipline
numismatist
a collector and student of money (and coins in particular)
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Vocab lesson one English, Lesson 3 vocab, Lesson four vocab, Vocab lesson 5, Vocab lesson six, Lesson seven New SAT book two
Divulge
Divulge
abet
abet
to tell, to reveal as a secret
syn: unveil; disclose... ant; conceal
to assist or encourage, especially in wrongdoing
syn: promote; incite... ant: impede; dissuade
Divulge
to tell, to reveal as a secret
Divulge
syn: unveil; disclose... ant; conceal
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(New) SAT Math Strategies
What do you do if a geometry question…
If a question has a diagram, how do yo…
How do you find the area of a shaded r…
What do you do when a multiple choice…
Draw one. ... Get into the habit of always drawing (quick) diag…
On the SAT, every diagram is perfectly drawn to scale, unless…
The easiest way is to subtract the area of the white region f…
Remember that on the SAT the answer must be one of 4 choices,…
What do you do if a geometry question…
Draw one. ... Get into the habit of always drawing (quick) diag…
If a question has a diagram, how do yo…
On the SAT, every diagram is perfectly drawn to scale, unless…
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Barron's New SAT, Word List 1, Words 1-20
abate
abbreviate
abdicate
abduction
(v.) to make less in amount, degree, etc.; to subside, become…
(v.) - to shorten, reduce
(v.) to resign, formally give up an office or a duty; to diso…
(n.) Kidnapping
abate
(v.) to make less in amount, degree, etc.; to subside, become…
abbreviate
(v.) - to shorten, reduce
103 terms
NEW SAT (2016) READING TEST VOCABULARY
frank
earnest
imposition
anecdote*
candid*
Serious and sincere
an unwelcome demand; a burden
A brief narrative that focuses on a particular incident or ev…
frank
candid*
earnest
Serious and sincere
800 terms
SAT
feckless
quiescent
halcyon
onerous
useless, lacking skill
dormant, quiet
happy, perfect, idyllic
burdensome
feckless
useless, lacking skill
quiescent
dormant, quiet
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Vocabulary Power Plus for the New SAT Book I — English 9: Vocab Test #2
deluge
eerie
guile
havoc
a flood; an overwhelming rush
weird; mysterious; strange and frightening
slyness and cunning in dealing with others
great destruction; chaos
deluge
a flood; an overwhelming rush
eerie
weird; mysterious; strange and frightening
10 terms
SAT VOCABULARY
JUBILATION
LONGEVITY
MUNDANE
ORATOR
a feeling of or the expression of joy or exultation
a long individual life; great duration of individual life
lacking interest or excitement; dull
a public speaker, especially one who is eloquent or skilled
JUBILATION
a feeling of or the expression of joy or exultation
LONGEVITY
a long individual life; great duration of individual life
10 terms
Vocabulary for the New SAT: Book 1 Lesson 8
effrontery (noun)
elite (noun)
beget (verb)
educe (verb)
shameless boldness: General Zaroff had the ___ to suggest tha…
the choice members or best of a group: Only the ___ players g…
to produce; to make happen: Good study habits ___ good grades.
to draw or bring out: Despite Mayella Ewell's unwillingness t…
effrontery (noun)
shameless boldness: General Zaroff had the ___ to suggest tha…
elite (noun)
the choice members or best of a group: Only the ___ players g…
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SAT VOCABULARY
JUBILATION
LONGEVITY
MUNDANE
OSTENTATIOUS
a feeling of or the expression of joy or exultation
a long individual life; great duration of individual life
lacking interest or excitement; dull
intended to attract notice and impress others
JUBILATION
a feeling of or the expression of joy or exultation
LONGEVITY
a long individual life; great duration of individual life
25 terms
New SAT Vocabulary #1
fracas
pleasurable
implacable
vitiate
a loud quarrel or fight
enjoyable
unable to appeased or pacified
spoil, destroy
fracas
a loud quarrel or fight
pleasurable
enjoyable
50 terms
SAT VOCABULARY #2
consanguinity
acquiesce
rectitude
solemnly
kinship; relationship by birth
To accept without protest; to agree or submit
Moral uprightness; righteousness
in a serious manner
consanguinity
kinship; relationship by birth
acquiesce
To accept without protest; to agree or submit
50 terms
SAT VOCABULARY #1
allude
forbid
ye
expel
to refer indirectly
keep from happening or arising; have the effect of preventing
plural form of 'thou'
to send out or away
allude
to refer indirectly
forbid
keep from happening or arising; have the effect of preventing
25 terms
NEW SAT Vocab 1
fracas
pleasurable
implacable
vitiate
a loud quarrel or fight
enjoyable
unable to appeased or pacified
spoil, destroy
fracas
a loud quarrel or fight
pleasurable
enjoyable
100 terms
100 Most Common SAT Words
abbreviate
abstinence
adulation
adversity
(v) to shorten, abridge
(n) the act of refraining from pleasurable activity, e.g., ea…
(n) high praise
(n) misfortune, an unfavorable turn of events
abbreviate
(v) to shorten, abridge
abstinence
(n) the act of refraining from pleasurable activity, e.g., ea…
10 terms
Vocabulary Power Plus: For the new SAT Book 1 Lesson 3
edifice
ambidextrous
belated
animate
noun, a large, elaborate or imposing structure
adjective, equally skillful with either hand
adjective, delayed
verb, to give life or motion to
edifice
noun, a large, elaborate or imposing structure
ambidextrous
adjective, equally skillful with either hand
20 terms
Barron's New SAT, Word List 1.1, Words 1-20
abate
abbreviate
abdicate
abduction
(v.) to make less in amount, degree, etc.; to subside, become…
(v.) - to shorten, reduce
(v.) to resign, formally give up an office or a duty; to diso…
(n.) Kidnapping
abate
(v.) to make less in amount, degree, etc.; to subside, become…
abbreviate
(v.) - to shorten, reduce
50 terms
SAT VOCABULARY #3
arrant
negation
repression
realm
(adj.) thoroughgoing, out-and-out; shameless, blatant
the contradiction or denial of something
the act of repressing; control by holding down
a kingdom; a region or field of study
arrant
(adj.) thoroughgoing, out-and-out; shameless, blatant
negation
the contradiction or denial of something
25 terms
New SAT Vocabulary #2
scope
harbor
choleric
narcissistic
1. range 2. opportunity, possibility
1. (noun) safe place or shelter, particularly for boats 2. (v…
easily angered
conceited; having excessive self-love or admiration
scope
1. range 2. opportunity, possibility
harbor
1. (noun) safe place or shelter, particularly for boats 2. (v…
20 terms
Barron's New SAT, Word List 1.2, Words 21 - 41
abstemious
abstinence
abstract
abstruse
Sparing in eating and drinking
(n) the act of refraining from pleasurable activity, e.g., ea…
existing in thought or as an idea but not having a physical o…
difficult to understand; obscure
abstemious
Sparing in eating and drinking
abstinence
(n) the act of refraining from pleasurable activity, e.g., ea…
20 terms
SAT Prep Week 2 Vocabulary
adhere
anecdote
burgeon
consecutive
(v.) to stick to, remain attached; to be devoted or loyal as…
short, amusing, or interesting narrative that focuses on a pa…
to expand, grow; flourish; put forth new shoots (blossom)
Following one after another in order, successive
adhere
(v.) to stick to, remain attached; to be devoted or loyal as…
anecdote
short, amusing, or interesting narrative that focuses on a pa…
40 terms
New SAT
intermittent (adj.)
rampant (adj.)
monologue (n.)
intervention (n.)
stopping and starting at intervals: not continuous
growing or occurring without restraint
a story or drama performed by one person
1) the act of interposing one thing between or among others... 2…
intermittent (adj.)
stopping and starting at intervals: not continuous
rampant (adj.)
growing or occurring without restraint
46 terms
Vocabulary for the New SAT: Book 1 Lessons 1-5
edifice
ambidextrous
belated
animate
a large elaborate structure; an imposing building... ant: hovel
equally skillful with either hand
delayed... ant: timely
to give life or motion to... ant: quell
edifice
a large elaborate structure; an imposing building... ant: hovel
ambidextrous
equally skillful with either hand
100 terms
"Vocabulary for the New SAT: Book 1 Lesson 8-14"
effrontery
elite
beget
educe
shameless boldness
the choice members or best of a group
to produce; to make happen
to draw or bring out
effrontery
shameless boldness
elite
the choice members or best of a group
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