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41 terms
Caesar's English: Lesson 1 - 4 Review
bi
sub
de
pre
two
under
down
before
bi
two
sub
under
10 terms
Caesar's English Stem Review Lesson 4
ject
dorm
magn
ver
throw
sleep
great
true
ject
throw
dorm
sleep
16 terms
English lessons 4-6 review
Assented
Consensus
Dissent
Insensate
Express approval or agreement
General agreement
Hold or express opinion
Lacking physical sensation
Assented
Express approval or agreement
Consensus
General agreement
Caesar's English Stem Review Lesson 4
ject
dorm
magn
ver
throw
sleep
great
true
ject
throw
dorm
sleep
english review (lessons 4.3 - 4.4)
What is a troublesome verb?
lie-lay-lain
lay-laid
sit-sat
A verb that people have mixed up easily over time
to rest or recline
to put or place in a position
to have or keep a seat
What is a troublesome verb?
A verb that people have mixed up easily over time
lie-lay-lain
to rest or recline
Caesar's English Stem Review Lesson 4
ject
dorm
magn
ver
throw
sleep
great
true
ject
throw
dorm
sleep
8 terms
Lesson #4 English IV
banal (adj)
cliche
insipid (adj)
lackluster (adj)
dull or stale because of overuse
an idea or expression that has become overused
lacking flavor or taste; unexciting
lacking energy or brightness
banal (adj)
dull or stale because of overuse
cliche
an idea or expression that has become overused
English 7- vocab review lessons 4-6
Acute
Durable
Eavesdrop
Ethical
Serious and sudden
Able to withstand wear, decay, or certain tough conditions; l…
To listen secretly to private conversations
Pertaining to accepted standards of behavior
Acute
Serious and sudden
Durable
Able to withstand wear, decay, or certain tough conditions; l…
English Bases Lessons 4-6 Review
clam
(claim)
fer
lev
to cry out
to cry out
to bear, to carry
to lift, light(in weight)
clam
to cry out
(claim)
to cry out
14 terms
English 4 Vocabulary: Lesson 19
censure
abound
amnesty
rift
To criticize harshly; blame
to exist in great numbers
(n.) a general pardon for an offense against a government; in…
A split, break, breach
censure
To criticize harshly; blame
abound
to exist in great numbers
15 terms
English 4 Lesson 4
efficacious
catharsis
inundate
revere
adj. effective; producing the desired outcome ... The shot of ad…
n. a release of emotional tension... The movie lacked a ________…
v. to overwhelm; to fill beyond capacity ... Callers ________ th…
v. to regard with respect, awe, or adoration... Alexander the Gr…
efficacious
adj. effective; producing the desired outcome ... The shot of ad…
catharsis
n. a release of emotional tension... The movie lacked a ________…
English Final Review (Lesson 4)
animosity
anonymity
bibliophile
ebb
hatred or hostility that is shown openly
the condition of being anonymous; unknown
one who loves books
to flow or fall back, as the tide does
animosity
hatred or hostility that is shown openly
anonymity
the condition of being anonymous; unknown
Test review for lessons 3 & 4 English 11
evolve
immutable
inveterate
malleable
to develop or achieve gradually
unchangeable; not subject or susceptible to change
firmly established and having existed for a long time; deep-r…
capable of being shaped or formed, as by hammering or pressure
evolve
to develop or achieve gradually
immutable
unchangeable; not subject or susceptible to change
Unit 3 Lesson 4 Review - English II
Characterization
Examples of Character Traits
How Traits are Presented
Euripides
process of conveying information about characters in a work o…
behavior, appearance, gender, age, education, job
actions, dialogue, other characters, thoughts, description
author of Medea
Characterization
process of conveying information about characters in a work o…
Examples of Character Traits
behavior, appearance, gender, age, education, job
12 terms
English 4: Lesson 20
ornate
constituents
destitute
prelude
(adj.) elaborately decorated; showily splendid
voters
(adj.) deprived of the necessities of life; lacking in,... extre…
an introduction; that which comes before or leads off
ornate
(adj.) elaborately decorated; showily splendid
constituents
voters
18 terms
English Vocab Review lesson 3&4
callous
mystic
indignant
verbatim
lacking mercy;insensitive;thick and hardened;having calluses
mysterious;a person who believes that truth or god can best b…
angered by the unfairness or meanness of something
in the exact words;following the original exactly
callous
lacking mercy;insensitive;thick and hardened;having calluses
mystic
mysterious;a person who believes that truth or god can best b…
10 terms
English 4: Lesson 27
pallid
intermittent
redundant
sequel
abnormally pale; lacking in color
stopping and starting with pauses in between
unnecessarily wordy or repetitive
a literary work or film continuing the story of one written o…
pallid
abnormally pale; lacking in color
intermittent
stopping and starting with pauses in between
10 terms
English 4: Lesson 31
quantitative
zenith
astute
recur
capable of being measured or expressed as an amount
the highest point of any course or path
showing a clever or shrewd mind
to return in thought or speech; to occur at intervals
quantitative
capable of being measured or expressed as an amount
zenith
the highest point of any course or path
10 terms
English 4: Lesson 30
facsimile
commence
vigilant
espionage
an exact reproduction or copy
to begin; to initiate;
alert; watchful; wary
spying
facsimile
an exact reproduction or copy
commence
to begin; to initiate;
10 terms
English 4: Lesson 29
irksome
malignant
farce
parody
annoying; irritating; tiresome
actively evil; having an evil influence
comedy using exaggeration and absurd action; mockery
an imitation that ridicules the original
irksome
annoying; irritating; tiresome
malignant
actively evil; having an evil influence
10 terms
English 4: Lesson 25
mull
imposition
synthesis
effervescent
to think about at length
something forced on another person, such as an undeserved bur…
the combination of parts or elements to form a whole
high spirited; lively; foaming
mull
to think about at length
imposition
something forced on another person, such as an undeserved bur…
10 terms
English 4: Lesson 28
lexicon
simulate
eject
rendezvous
a dictionary; a specialized vocabulary used in a particular f…
to mimic; imitate
to throw out forcefully; to expel
a designated meeting place; to meet at a certain time and place
lexicon
a dictionary; a specialized vocabulary used in a particular f…
simulate
to mimic; imitate
10 terms
English 4: Lesson 26
translucent
itinerary
stimulant
infallible
Allowing light to pass through without being transparent
route, plan, or record of a trip
something that excites or activates
free from or incapable of error; absolutely reliable
translucent
Allowing light to pass through without being transparent
itinerary
route, plan, or record of a trip
10 terms
English 4: Lesson 1
cognate
inflection
orthography
paradigam
noun: a word that looks like and is related to another word i…
alteration of pitch or tone of voice; the addition of an affi…
the study of the letters and spelling system of a language
the set of inflected forms of a word; a model or framework th…
cognate
noun: a word that looks like and is related to another word i…
inflection
alteration of pitch or tone of voice; the addition of an affi…
15 terms
English 4 Lesson 6
sectarian
peregrination
accoutrement
contrive
narrowly confined to a particular group
travel by walking
an accessory item of dress or equipment
to plan cleverly; to devise
sectarian
narrowly confined to a particular group
peregrination
travel by walking
Review English 2 Tests Lesson 4
Coerce
Jaundiced
Meticulous
Temerity
Jerry preferred basketball, but his father __________ him int…
Gabe had a________________ view of Iraq after losing his wife…
With _____________ care he crafted a miniature dollhouse for…
I couldn't believe that Bret had the ____________ to bungee j…
Coerce
Jerry preferred basketball, but his father __________ him int…
Jaundiced
Gabe had a________________ view of Iraq after losing his wife…
English Vocabulary Lesson #4, 5, 6 Review
aversion
biennial
evocation
delusion
strong dislike
once every two years
act of calling forth
deception
aversion
strong dislike
biennial
once every two years
30 terms
English Vocabulary Lesson #4, 5, 6 Review
aversion
biennial
evocation
delusion
dislike
once every two years
calling forth
deception
aversion
dislike
biennial
once every two years
60 terms
English 4 - Midterm Review
What was a hero's consolation against…
The author of Beowulf?
A long narrative about the adventures…
The central figure in a long narrative…
To be remembered by future generations
Unknown
Epic
Epic Hero
What was a hero's consolation against…
To be remembered by future generations
The author of Beowulf?
Unknown
English lessons #4
to hesitate
to glance
a scorn
a scornfully
to pause before doing something, especially because you are n…
to look quickly at something.
the feeling that something is stupid and does not deserve you…
showing that you think something is stupid and does not deser…
to hesitate
to pause before doing something, especially because you are n…
to glance
to look quickly at something.
30 terms
Lessons 3&4 Vocab Review (English)
Benign
Berate
Bilk
Blandish
Kindly, gentle, harmless (benevolent)
To put down harshly (rebuke, chide)
To cheat, deceive, or cheat (defraud, swindle, dupe)
To coax with flattery, persuade (cajole)
Benign
Kindly, gentle, harmless (benevolent)
Berate
To put down harshly (rebuke, chide)
21 terms
Caesar's English Lesson 4 Book 1
countenance
profound
manifest
prodigious
facial expression
deep
obvious
huge
countenance
facial expression
profound
deep
30 terms
English 1: Lessons 4-6
elude (v)
fallow (adj)
blight (n)
obsequy (n)
to escape notice; to get away from
inactive; unproductive
anything that destroys, prevents growth, or causes devaluation
a funeral rite or ceremony
elude (v)
to escape notice; to get away from
fallow (adj)
inactive; unproductive
English Vocabulary Lesson #4, 5, 6 Review
aversion
biennial
evocation
delusion
settled dislike
once every two years
act of calling forth
deception
aversion
settled dislike
biennial
once every two years
English Vocabulary Lesson 4-6 Review
addendum
aghast
ample
apparition
a thing that is added... (noun)
filled with amazement, fear, or terror 😖... (adjective)
more than enough; large; spacious... (adjective)
a ghost or ghostly figure; an unusual appearance 👻... (noun)
addendum
a thing that is added... (noun)
aghast
filled with amazement, fear, or terror 😖... (adjective)
20 terms
Caesar's English 6th Grade Lessons 1-4
bi
sub
de
pre
two
under
down
before
bi
two
sub
under
21 terms
Caesar's English Lessons 1-4
countenance
profound
manifest
prodigious
facial expression
deep
obvious
huge
countenance
facial expression
profound
deep
10 terms
Latin Review Lessons 1-4 translate from Latin to English
oro
Roma
aqua
memoria
I pray
Rome
water
memory
oro
I pray
Roma
Rome
20 terms
Ceaser's English Lesson 1-4
Benevolent
Somber
Prostrate
Profuse
Charitable
Gloomy
Lying Flat
Abundant
Benevolent
Charitable
Somber
Gloomy
20 terms
Caesar's English-Lesson 4
bi
sub
de
pre
two
under
down
before
bi
two
sub
under
10 terms
Caesar's English Lesson 3 and 4
un
inter
semi
dis
not
between
half
away
un
not
inter
between
10 terms
Caesar's English 1 Review Stems 4
Bene
Son
Nov
Sangui
good
sound
new
blood
Bene
good
Son
sound
39 terms
Caesar's English II Lesson 4 with review
com
intra
cent
ad
together
within
hundred
to
com
together
intra
within
7 ENGLISH - LESSON 4,5,6 Review
contemplate
conviction
disseminate
engross
To consider carefully and thoughtfully
a. A very strong belief or opinion... b. Being found guilty
To make widely known; to spread
To occupy the mind completely; absorb
contemplate
To consider carefully and thoughtfully
conviction
a. A very strong belief or opinion... b. Being found guilty
40 terms
Caesar's English II, Lessons 1-4 Review (Stems and Vocab)
com
intra
cent
ad
together
within
hundred
to
com
together
intra
within
15 terms
English 4 Lesson 10
Majordomo
Untenable
Perambulate
Veneer
A chief butler or assistant
Impossible to defend or justify
To walk about; to stroll
A thin, attractive layer that conceals something common or co…
Majordomo
A chief butler or assistant
Untenable
Impossible to defend or justify
15 terms
English 4 Lesson 8
pander
otiose
puerile
aleatory
to exploit weaknesses of others; to cater to the vices of oth…
useless; futile
childish; juvenile
dependent on luck or chance
pander
to exploit weaknesses of others; to cater to the vices of oth…
otiose
useless; futile
15 terms
English 4 Lesson 9
Provocative
Bumpkin
Toady
Culpable
adj. Tending to excite or stimulate.... ex. Some schools do not…
noun. An unsophisticated, awkward person.... ex. Everyone was sh…
noun. A person who flatters for personal gain.
adj. Deserving blame or condemnation; guilty.... ex. Caught with…
Provocative
adj. Tending to excite or stimulate.... ex. Some schools do not…
Bumpkin
noun. An unsophisticated, awkward person.... ex. Everyone was sh…
15 terms
Caesar's English Book 2 Lesson 4 and 5/Review
loco
sur
alter
contra
place
over
other
against
loco
place
sur
over
20 terms
English II Honors - Lesson #4
abscond
access
anarchy
arduous
to run off and hide; bolt; skip town
approach or admittance to places; entry
a lack of government and law; chaos; turmoil
hard to do; requiring much effort
abscond
to run off and hide; bolt; skip town
access
approach or admittance to places; entry
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