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30 terms
English 1 Review
Churlish
Congested
Devoid
Evolve
lacking politeness or good manners; rude
overcrowded, filled or occupied to excess
not having or using, lacking
to develop gradually
Churlish
lacking politeness or good manners; rude
Congested
overcrowded, filled or occupied to excess
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English 1 Final Review
Root
Prefix
Suffix
Synonyms
Main part of a word
an affix added to the BEGINNING of a root word which changes…
an affix added to the END of a root word which changes tis me…
words that have the same or nearly the same meaning
Root
Main part of a word
Prefix
an affix added to the BEGINNING of a root word which changes…
50 terms
English 1 Eoc Review
Short story
introduction
rising action
Climax
short, fictional prose narrative which aims to produce a sing…
contains the setting and introduces the characters
A series of events that builds from the conflict. It begins w…
the point of highest interest, the conflict must be resolved…
Short story
short, fictional prose narrative which aims to produce a sing…
introduction
contains the setting and introduces the characters
English 1 Vocabulary Final Review
candor
eclectic
judicious
taciturn
quality of being honest and open
deriving ideas, style, or taste from a broad and diverse rang…
done with good judgement
reserved in speech
candor
quality of being honest and open
eclectic
deriving ideas, style, or taste from a broad and diverse rang…
english 1 review
abominable
ponderous
foreboding
adversity
very bad or unpleasant;causing moral revulsion
of very great weight; unwieldy or clumsy because of weight an…
fearful apprehension; a feeling that something bad will happen
difficulties; misfortune
abominable
very bad or unpleasant;causing moral revulsion
ponderous
of very great weight; unwieldy or clumsy because of weight an…
51 terms
English 1 Eoc Review
Short story
introduction
rising action
Climax
short, fictional prose narrative which aims to produce a sing…
contains the setting and introduces the characters
A series of events that builds from the conflict. It begins w…
the point of highest interest, the conflict must be resolved…
Short story
short, fictional prose narrative which aims to produce a sing…
introduction
contains the setting and introduces the characters
51 terms
English 1 EOC Review
Short story
introduction
rising action
Climax
short, fictional prose narrative which aims to produce a sing…
contains the setting and introduces the characters
A series of events that builds from the conflict. It begins w…
the point of highest interest, the conflict must be resolved…
Short story
short, fictional prose narrative which aims to produce a sing…
introduction
contains the setting and introduces the characters
5 terms
English Review 1
Lifted
Worked
Carried
Talked
Que es el pasado de lift?
Que es el pásado de Work?
Que es el pásado de Carry?
Que es el pásado de Talk?
Lifted
Que es el pasado de lift?
Worked
Que es el pásado de Work?
English Final Review (1)
Zeus's father; swallowed his children
Mother of Zeus; saved him
Gave man fire
Prometheus's brother whose name means…
Cronus
Rhea
Prometheus
Epimetheus
Zeus's father; swallowed his children
Cronus
Mother of Zeus; saved him
Rhea
English 1 STAAR review
expository
short answer
crossover
metaphor
This has a thesis, reason 1, reason 2, and conclusion or rest…
This includes the answer, backup, and the commentary (this qu…
This includes the answer, 1st backup, 2nd backup, and a comme…
compares 2 things without using like or as.
expository
This has a thesis, reason 1, reason 2, and conclusion or rest…
short answer
This includes the answer, backup, and the commentary (this qu…
10 terms
Knight English 1 List 1 Review
acknowledge
alternative
anecdote
appropriate
to admit or confess to something; to notice or recognize (Verb)
a choice or option (Noun); different (Adjective)
an entertaining or interesting short story about an event (No…
proper or fitting to the situation
acknowledge
to admit or confess to something; to notice or recognize (Verb)
alternative
a choice or option (Noun); different (Adjective)
English 1 Final Review
Main Idea
Tone
Author's Purpose
Oxymoron
what a piece of writing is mainly about.
A writer's attitude toward his or her subject matter revealed…
the authors primary reason for writing.... The reason the author…
A figure of speech in which opposite ideas are combined
Main Idea
what a piece of writing is mainly about.
Tone
A writer's attitude toward his or her subject matter revealed…
English 1 Review- Literary Terms
alliteration
allusion
characterization
conflict/plot
the repetition of the same letter or sound at the beginning o…
a brief and indirect reference to a person, place, thing or i…
this is used in literature to highlight and explain the detai…
the main event that becomes a problem in a story.
alliteration
the repetition of the same letter or sound at the beginning o…
allusion
a brief and indirect reference to a person, place, thing or i…
10 terms
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
Semester 1 Review - English
Adjective Phrase
Adverb Phrase
Participle
Gerund
A prepositional phrase that modifies a noun or pronoun
A prepositional phrase that modifies a verb, an adjective or…
A verb that can be used as an adjective
A verb that ends in -ing that is used as a noun
Adjective Phrase
A prepositional phrase that modifies a noun or pronoun
Adverb Phrase
A prepositional phrase that modifies a verb, an adjective or…
English Semester 1 review
Dynamic character
Static character
Flat character
Round character
Changes throughout the course of the story
Does not change throughout the course of the story
Shows only one quality throughout the story
Shows the multiple character traits throughout the story
Dynamic character
Changes throughout the course of the story
Static character
Does not change throughout the course of the story
English ID 1 - Review 1, 2 and 3.
am
is
siblings
His is
My name is Laura and I _______ French.
Her name is Angela and She _______ Spanish.
I have three _______ .
_______ name _______ Homer.
am
My name is Laura and I _______ French.
is
Her name is Angela and She _______ Spanish.
English II: Review 1
Personal Pronoun
Predicate Nominative
Linking Verb
Direct Object
A pronoun such as I, you, he, she, it, we, they
A noun or pronoun subject complement that follows a linking v…
A verb that expresses state of being or condition
A verb complement that follows a transitive verb
Personal Pronoun
A pronoun such as I, you, he, she, it, we, they
Predicate Nominative
A noun or pronoun subject complement that follows a linking v…
51 terms
English 1 Eoc Review
Short story
introduction
rising action
Climax
short, fictional prose narrative which aims to produce a sing…
contains the setting and introduces the characters
A series of events that builds from the conflict. It begins w…
the point of highest interest, the conflict must be resolved…
Short story
short, fictional prose narrative which aims to produce a sing…
introduction
contains the setting and introduces the characters
93 terms
English Semester 1 review
Dynamic character
Static character
Flat character
Round character
Changes throughout the course of the story
Does not change throughout the course of the story
Shows only one quality throughout the story
Shows the multiple character traits throughout the story
Dynamic character
Changes throughout the course of the story
Static character
Does not change throughout the course of the story
11 terms
English 1 Review Terms
theatron
orchestra
thymele
skene
"seeing place"
E... "dancing place"
F... altar for sacrifices to Dionysus
C... "scene building" ... dressing room for actors with facade back…
theatron
"seeing place"
orchestra
E... "dancing place"
219 terms
ENGLISH 1 1-11 REVIEW
Adulterate
Augment
Bereft
Disparage
to corrupt or make worse by addition of something of lesser v…
-to make large or increase
-deprived of; made unhappy through a loss
-express a negative opinion which often results in a diminish…
Adulterate
to corrupt or make worse by addition of something of lesser v…
Augment
-to make large or increase
20 terms
English 1 Review FINAL Voc
acknowledge
comply
concise
erratic
recognize; admit
(v.) to yield to a request or command
Brief, to the point
wandering and unpredictable
acknowledge
recognize; admit
comply
(v.) to yield to a request or command
80 terms
Finals Review (English1)
Theme
Mood
Tone
Imagery
the subject of a talk, a piece of writing, a person's thought…
literary element that evokes certain feelings or vibes in rea…
attitude of a writer toward a subject or an audience; general…
use of figurative language to represent objects, actions and…
Theme
the subject of a talk, a piece of writing, a person's thought…
Mood
literary element that evokes certain feelings or vibes in rea…
English 1 Review
Tone
Dynamic
Static
Round
The writer's or speaker's attitude toward the subject, charac…
One who changes in a significant way by the end of the story
One who remains the same throughout the story
Fully developed character with many traits
Tone
The writer's or speaker's attitude toward the subject, charac…
Dynamic
One who changes in a significant way by the end of the story
English 1 Review
morph
vest
bene
pond
shape
clothes
good
weight
morph
shape
vest
clothes
20 terms
English 1 Review
metaphor
simile
personification
hyperbole
comparing two unlike things, not using words such as 'like' o…
comparing two unlike things, using words such as 'like' or 'as'
giving human traits to inanimate objects
exaggerating when speaking or describing something
metaphor
comparing two unlike things, not using words such as 'like' o…
simile
comparing two unlike things, using words such as 'like' or 'as'
33 terms
English 1 vocabulary review
adept
appease
disdain
firmament
thoroughly skilled or proficient
to make someone calm or less hostile by agreeing to his or he…
the feeling that someone is unworthy of respect
the arch or vault of the heavens; the sky
adept
thoroughly skilled or proficient
appease
to make someone calm or less hostile by agreeing to his or he…
63 terms
English 1 Final Review
"The Last Question"
"The Owl and The Pussycat"
<i>Harry Potter<i>
a noun
Write the title for a short story (Use The Last Question by I…
Write a title for a poem (Use The Owl and The Pussycat by Edw…
Write the title for a novel (Use Harry Potter by JK Rowling f…
person, place, thing, or idea
"The Last Question"
Write the title for a short story (Use The Last Question by I…
"The Owl and The Pussycat"
Write a title for a poem (Use The Owl and The Pussycat by Edw…
61 terms
Academic English 1 Final Review
1564-1616
Stratford-Upon-Avon
Elizabeth I and James I
The Globe
dates of Shakespeare's life
the town where Shakespeare grew up
monarchs that reigned during Shakespeare's life
The outdoor theater in which Shakespeare presented most of hi…
1564-1616
dates of Shakespeare's life
Stratford-Upon-Avon
the town where Shakespeare grew up
45 terms
english1
Metaphor
Personification
Theme
Universal symbol
Comparison of the unalike things
human attribute given to a non human thing
Main idea of the story
word or object that most everyone can agree on
Metaphor
Comparison of the unalike things
Personification
human attribute given to a non human thing
21 terms
English 1 review
name all the contractions
3rd person possessive plural
1st person plural possessive
1st person possessive singular
i'm, she's, we're, you're, it's, they're, it'll
theirs
ours
mine
name all the contractions
i'm, she's, we're, you're, it's, they're, it'll
3rd person possessive plural
theirs
33 terms
English 1 EOC Review
Alliteration
Alluison
Archetype
Character motivation
Peter piper picked peppers ; same sound in a series of words.
referring to something without stating it. The bull
The original something that is later shown ; zues to the chie…
Someone in a novel, movie, and play. Reasons why characters a…
Alliteration
Peter piper picked peppers ; same sound in a series of words.
Alluison
referring to something without stating it. The bull
7 terms
English 1 vocabulary review
diffuse
fabricate
cumbersome
expulsion
spread or cause to spread over a wide area or among a large n…
invent or concoct
large or heavy and therefore difficult to carry or use
the action of depriving someone of membership in an organizat…
diffuse
spread or cause to spread over a wide area or among a large n…
fabricate
invent or concoct
20 terms
Resource English Review-1
Ancient
Audience
Blown
Canyon
Very old... Prehistoric, antique, old... Something from a long time…
A group of spectators at a public event;... The group of people…
Blow; Blew;... Greatly impressed
A deep valley with steep sides often carved from the earth by…
Ancient
Very old... Prehistoric, antique, old... Something from a long time…
Audience
A group of spectators at a public event;... The group of people…
7 terms
English 1 vocabulary review
Diffuse
Fabricate
cumbersome
expulsion
spread or cause to spread over wide area or among a large num…
invent or concoct, typically with deceitful
large or heavy and difficult to carry or use
the action of depriving someone of membership in an organizat…
Diffuse
spread or cause to spread over wide area or among a large num…
Fabricate
invent or concoct, typically with deceitful
English 1 Vocabulary Review
Diffuse
Fabricate
Cumbersome
Expulsion
to spread or cause something to spread in many directions
construct or manufacture ( something,especially an industrial…
something that is larger or heavy and hard to carry
the process of forcing someone to leave a place, especially a…
Diffuse
to spread or cause something to spread in many directions
Fabricate
construct or manufacture ( something,especially an industrial…
English 1 Vocabulary Review
Defuse
Fabricate
cumbersome
expulsion
remove the fuse from (an explosive device) in order to preven…
invent or concoct (something), typically with deceitful intent
large or heavy and therefore difficult to carry or use; unwie…
the action of depriving someone of membership in an organizat…
Defuse
remove the fuse from (an explosive device) in order to preven…
Fabricate
invent or concoct (something), typically with deceitful intent
30 terms
English 1 STAAR review
expository
short answer
crossover
metaphor
This has a thesis, reason 1, reason 2, and conclusion or rest…
This includes the answer, backup, and the commentary (this qu…
This includes the answer, 1st backup, 2nd backup, and a comme…
compares 2 things without using like or as.
expository
This has a thesis, reason 1, reason 2, and conclusion or rest…
short answer
This includes the answer, backup, and the commentary (this qu…
60 terms
English 1 Review
ALLITERATION
ALLUSION
ANTAGONIST
AUDIENCE
THE REPETITION OF CONSONANT SOUNDS, SUCH AS "PETER PIPPER PIC…
AN INDIRECT REFERENCE TO A BODY OF WORK OR PIECE OF KNOWLEDGE…
A FORCE WORKING AGAINST THE PROTAGONIST OR MAIN CHARACTER. AN…
THE PARTICULAR GROUP OF READERS TO WHOM THE WRITER IS ADDRESS…
ALLITERATION
THE REPETITION OF CONSONANT SOUNDS, SUCH AS "PETER PIPPER PIC…
ALLUSION
AN INDIRECT REFERENCE TO A BODY OF WORK OR PIECE OF KNOWLEDGE…
29 terms
SOl English Review #1
Credentials
Internal Text Structures
External Text Structures
Summarize
evidence or testimonials concerning one's right to credit, co…
Used as an aid for analyzing, understanding, and recording in…
Used as an aid for analyzing, understanding, and recording in…
provide a brief statement of the main ideas and supporting de…
Credentials
evidence or testimonials concerning one's right to credit, co…
Internal Text Structures
Used as an aid for analyzing, understanding, and recording in…
31 terms
English 1 Midterm Review
How can you tell when an author is wri…
Walter Mitty has a vivid imagination.…
Walter Mitty's real life is very diffe…
The problem in a story is called the..…
A (Remember that the words that characters say in conversatio…
True (Walter Mitty uses his fantasies to escape the real life…
True (The contrast between how Mitty views himself as a hero…
C (The conflict in Walter Mitty is that he is unhappy with hi…
How can you tell when an author is wri…
A (Remember that the words that characters say in conversatio…
Walter Mitty has a vivid imagination.…
True (Walter Mitty uses his fantasies to escape the real life…
English 1 Review
Bandwagon
Transfer
Testimonial
Fear
Saying that everyone else has it/is doing it, so you should t…
Using the symbolism of one thing and associating it with anot…
When a celebrity endorses a product/cause.... Example: Justin Bi…
Playing on people fears to scare them into supporting or buyi…
Bandwagon
Saying that everyone else has it/is doing it, so you should t…
Transfer
Using the symbolism of one thing and associating it with anot…
15 terms
English 1 Vocabulary Review
Cortex
Analogous
Speculative
Rhetorical
External layer
Comparable or similar in certain respects
Characterized by conjecture or abstract reasoning
A question asked merely for effect
Cortex
External layer
Analogous
Comparable or similar in certain respects
ENGLISH 1 REVIEW
BIAS
ANECDOTE
CULMINATION
COHERENT
A prejudiced view (either for or against); a preference
A short account of an interesting event.
the highest point of attainment; the end or climax
holding together; making sense
BIAS
A prejudiced view (either for or against); a preference
ANECDOTE
A short account of an interesting event.
70 terms
English 1- NCFE Vocabulary Review
Act
Allegory
Alliteration
Allusion
a major division in a play
A narrative in which character, settings, and events stand fo…
The repetition of the same or similar consonant sound sin wor…
A reference to a statement, a person, a place, an idea, or an…
Act
a major division in a play
Allegory
A narrative in which character, settings, and events stand fo…
45 terms
English Review 1
alliteration
allusion
anecdote
antagonist
same letter or sound at the beginning of the word
Expression, say something without having it in mind
event often proposed to show a point to the reader
bad guy
alliteration
same letter or sound at the beginning of the word
allusion
Expression, say something without having it in mind
22 terms
English 1
silhouette
lounge
reverie
prong
cast or show (someone or something) as a dark shape and outli…
lie, sit, or stand in a relaxed or lay way
a state of being pleasantly lost in one's thoughts; a daydream.
pierce or stab with a fork
silhouette
cast or show (someone or something) as a dark shape and outli…
lounge
lie, sit, or stand in a relaxed or lay way
234 terms
English: Final Review Semester 1
Mood
Alliteration
Assonance
Internal Rhyme
Feeling or atmosphere that a writer creates for the reader
Repetition of consonant sounds
Repetition of a vowel sound within two or more words in close…
A word inside a line rhymes with another word on the same line
Mood
Feeling or atmosphere that a writer creates for the reader
Alliteration
Repetition of consonant sounds
English 1 EOC Review
Main idea or thesis
Detail
Essential information
Nonessential information or extraneous…
An authors primary message.
Strengthens the main idea or thesis.
Supports the main idea.
Does not support the main idea.
Main idea or thesis
An authors primary message.
Detail
Strengthens the main idea or thesis.
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