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35 terms
English Language Arts Vocabulary
synonym
hyperbole
metaphor
simile
a word that has the same meaning as another word
A figure of speech using deliberate exaggeration or overstate…
A comparison without using like or as
A comparison of two things using like or as
synonym
a word that has the same meaning as another word
hyperbole
A figure of speech using deliberate exaggeration or overstate…
20 terms
English-Language Arts Vocabulary
cite
evidence
inference
theme
to quote directly or indirectly from a text
support for an idea or claim
drawing a conclusion on the basis of circumstantial evidence
the underlying meaning or lesson of a text
cite
to quote directly or indirectly from a text
evidence
support for an idea or claim
35 terms
English Language Arts Vocabulary
analyze
main idea
details
text features
to examine the structure of a text in order to explain or int…
what the article/story is mostly about
statements that give more information about the main idea
components of a story not including the main body including (…
analyze
to examine the structure of a text in order to explain or int…
main idea
what the article/story is mostly about
10 terms
English /Language Arts Vocabulary
adjective
adverb
affix
alliteration
words that describe a noun (e.g., red, bold)
words that modify a verb, adjective, or another adverb. An ad…
general term that refers to prefixes and suffixes
repetition of the initial consonant sound in two or more neig…
adjective
words that describe a noun (e.g., red, bold)
adverb
words that modify a verb, adjective, or another adverb. An ad…
12 terms
English Language Arts Vocabulary
Aha Moment (clue)
Tough Questions (clue)
Words of the Wiser (clue)
Memory Moment (clue)
suddenly a character realizes, understands, or finally figure…
a character pauses to ask a friend or him/herself a tough que…
a character (probably older and wiser) takes the main charact…
the author stops or interrupts the action to tell you a memor…
Aha Moment (clue)
suddenly a character realizes, understands, or finally figure…
Tough Questions (clue)
a character pauses to ask a friend or him/herself a tough que…
English Language Arts Vocabulary
Narrator (n)
Inference (n)
Infer (v)
Reliable (adj)
The person who tells a story.
Good guess based on evidence and knowledge.
To make a good guess based on evidence and knowledge.
Trustworthy or believable.
Narrator (n)
The person who tells a story.
Inference (n)
Good guess based on evidence and knowledge.
12 terms
English Language Arts Vocabulary
claim
counterclaim
accentuate
adapt
stated facts supported by evidence or details (pros)
arguing against, claim made to offset another claim (cons)
give emphasis or to stress
get use to
claim
stated facts supported by evidence or details (pros)
counterclaim
arguing against, claim made to offset another claim (cons)
10 terms
English Language Arts,Vocabulary
Humane
Mortal
Planetary
Satellites
Adjective;possessing the best qualities of human beings;kind,…
Adjective;certain to die eventually;causing death;to the deat…
Adjective;referring to a planet or planets;global;wandering;m…
Noun;a planet,moon,or artificial object that orbits a planet;…
Humane
Adjective;possessing the best qualities of human beings;kind,…
Mortal
Adjective;certain to die eventually;causing death;to the deat…
10 terms
English Language Arts,Vocabulary
Humane
Mortal
Planetary
Satellites
Adjective;possessing the best qualities of human beings;kind,…
Adjective;certain to die eventually;causing death;to the deat…
Adjective;referring to a planet or planets;global;wandering;m…
Noun;a planet,moon,or artificial object that orbits a planet;…
Humane
Adjective;possessing the best qualities of human beings;kind,…
Mortal
Adjective;certain to die eventually;causing death;to the deat…
40 terms
English Language Arts Vocabulary
action
active voice
affix
alliteration
real or fictional events that comprise the subject of a novel…
when the verb of a sentence is in the active voice, the subje…
to fasten, join, or attach.
the commencement of two or more stressed syllables of a word…
action
real or fictional events that comprise the subject of a novel…
active voice
when the verb of a sentence is in the active voice, the subje…
12 terms
English Language Arts Vocabulary
Setting
Characters
Plot
Theme
When and where the story takes place
Who does the events
The sequence of events (what happens)
The main idea, the author's message to the reader.
Setting
When and where the story takes place
Characters
Who does the events
10 terms
English Language Arts Vocabulary
Unalienable
Promissory
Tranquillity
Desolate
Not capable of being sold or transferred
Containing or implying a promise
Quality or state of being tranquil: calmness; peacefulness; q…
Dreary; dismal; gloomy
Unalienable
Not capable of being sold or transferred
Promissory
Containing or implying a promise
English Language Arts Vocabulary
Dramatic Irony
Monologue
Soliloquy
Chorus
A form of irony in which the reader or audience knows more ab…
A dramatic speech delivered by a single character in a play
A long speech delivered by an actor alone on the stage repres…
In traditional or classic drama, a group of performers who sp…
Dramatic Irony
A form of irony in which the reader or audience knows more ab…
Monologue
A dramatic speech delivered by a single character in a play
33 terms
English Language Arts Vocabulary
Nouns
Adjectives
Pronouns
Verbs
a person, place, thing, or an idea. (Ex. girl, kid )
words that describe or modify a person or thing in the senten…
words that takes the place of a noun. (Ex. it, her)
words that express actions, states, or a relationship between…
Nouns
a person, place, thing, or an idea. (Ex. girl, kid )
Adjectives
words that describe or modify a person or thing in the senten…
20 terms
English Language Arts Vocabulary Words
Archetype
Verbal Irony
Dramatic Irony
Situational Irony
A detail, image, or character type that occurs frequently in…
Irony in which a person says or writes one thing and means an…
In this type of irony, facts or events are unknown to a chara…
Irony involving a situation in which actions have an effect t…
Archetype
A detail, image, or character type that occurs frequently in…
Verbal Irony
Irony in which a person says or writes one thing and means an…
52 terms
Essential English Language Arts Academic Vocabulary
analyze
articulate
cite
compare
to examine critically, so as to bring out the essential eleme…
express, formulate, or present with clarity and effectiveness
to quote (a passage, book, author, etc.), especially as an au…
to examine (two or more objects, ideas, people, etc.) in orde…
analyze
to examine critically, so as to bring out the essential eleme…
articulate
express, formulate, or present with clarity and effectiveness
10 terms
English Language Arts Vocabulary Words
Prophecy
Fate
Gist
Annotate
A prediction or foretelling of what shall happen in the future.
A final outcome that cannot be deceived.
The main point or idea.
To make explanatory notes.
Prophecy
A prediction or foretelling of what shall happen in the future.
Fate
A final outcome that cannot be deceived.
10 terms
English Language Arts Vocabulary
Luminous
Facinate
Ally
Fugitive
(adj.) Emitting or reflecting light, glowing; illuminating
To attract; to strongly hold the interest of.
n. A person or thing connected with another, usually in some…
(n.) One who flees or runs away; (adj.) fleeting, lasting a v…
Luminous
(adj.) Emitting or reflecting light, glowing; illuminating
Facinate
To attract; to strongly hold the interest of.
9 terms
English Language Arts Vocabulary
Metaphor
Hyperbole
Simile
Personification
A figure of speech that makes a comparision between two dissi…
An exaggerated statement that isn't meant to be taken literally
A figure of speech that makes a comparison between two things…
A figure of speech that gives human characteristics to non hu…
Metaphor
A figure of speech that makes a comparision between two dissi…
Hyperbole
An exaggerated statement that isn't meant to be taken literally
10 terms
English Language Arts Vocabulary
Alien
Humane
Mortal
Planetary
Adj; Different; Stranger; N; a being from outer space.
adj. possessing the best qualities of human beings; kind; sym…
adj. certain to die eventually; causing death; to the death;…
adj. referring to a planet or planets; global; wandering; mov…
Alien
Adj; Different; Stranger; N; a being from outer space.
Humane
adj. possessing the best qualities of human beings; kind; sym…
13 terms
English Language Arts Vocabulary
Epi-
Hypo-
Derm-
Meso-
On, outside
Under, below
Skin
Middle
Epi-
On, outside
Hypo-
Under, below
10 terms
English language arts vocabulary
Narrator
Point of view
First person point of view
Second person
The person who tells the story or poem.
The perspective of the narrator.... Where the narrator tells th…
A first person narrator is in the story.... Uses the pronoun "I".
The narrator puts you in the story.... Uses the pronoun "you".
Narrator
The person who tells the story or poem.
Point of view
The perspective of the narrator.... Where the narrator tells th…
10 terms
English language arts VOCABULARY
figurative language
plot
imagery
style
a language that uses words or expressions with a meaning in a…
the main events of a story or movie presented by the writer.
visually descriptive literary work.
the literary element that describes the ways the author uses…
figurative language
a language that uses words or expressions with a meaning in a…
plot
the main events of a story or movie presented by the writer.
31 terms
English Language Arts vocabulary
inert
impair
wince
naïve
adj.... lifeless; having no power to move or act
verb.... to become damaged or weakened
verb.... a slight grimace or shrinking movement caused by pain o…
adj.... innocent to the ways of the world; childlike
inert
adj.... lifeless; having no power to move or act
impair
verb.... to become damaged or weakened
47 terms
English Language Arts Academic Vocabulary
exposition
character
setting
tone
presents a character, setting, and basic situation of a story
a person in a story
when and where a story takes place
emotion the author conveys to the reader via word choices, de…
exposition
presents a character, setting, and basic situation of a story
character
a person in a story
10 terms
English Language Arts Vocabulary
Infra
Inter, Intro
Intra
Jac, Ject
Beneath
Between
Within, Into
To threw
Infra
Beneath
Inter, Intro
Between
10 terms
english language arts vocabulary
circuit
circulatory
circumnavigate
circumstance
a revolving, a journey around, a route.
going in a circuit, circular.
to sail around.
the condition surrounding or related to an event.
circuit
a revolving, a journey around, a route.
circulatory
going in a circuit, circular.
10 terms
english language arts vocabulary
adapt
adhere
adjacent
recurrent
A trait that helps an organism survive and reproduce
Stick (to), such as with glue, or to a plan or belief
Next to
happening repeatedly
adapt
A trait that helps an organism survive and reproduce
adhere
Stick (to), such as with glue, or to a plan or belief
8 terms
Vocabulary English language arts
Noun
Pronoun
Verb
Adverb
A word that names a person place or thing
They prevent people from using nouns to much
Tells what something is doing
It modifys another word
Noun
A word that names a person place or thing
Pronoun
They prevent people from using nouns to much
10 terms
English language arts vocabulary
allegory
allusion
archtype
characterization
representation of abstract or moral concepts in art or litera…
a brief reference to a commonly known historical or literary…
an original model or pattern from which other later copies ar…
the creation of the image of imaginary persons in drama, narr…
allegory
representation of abstract or moral concepts in art or litera…
allusion
a brief reference to a commonly known historical or literary…
English Language Arts Vocabulary
Argument
Audience
Ballad
Bandwagon
an adress or composition intended to convince or persuade
the persons reached by a book, radio, or television broadcast…
a simple narrative poem of folk origin composed in short stan…
a party, cause, movement, etc, that by its mass appeal or cau…
Argument
an adress or composition intended to convince or persuade
Audience
the persons reached by a book, radio, or television broadcast…
10 terms
English language arts vocabulary
Amiable
Amity
Conjunction
Discourse
Friendly;sociable
Peaceful harmony
A combination
Conversation
Amiable
Friendly;sociable
Amity
Peaceful harmony
10 terms
English Language Arts Vocabulary
Analyze
Create
Settings
Production
Discover or reveal (something) through detailed examination.
Bring something into existence.
The place or type of surroundings where something is position…
A process of combining various material inputs and immaterial…
Analyze
Discover or reveal (something) through detailed examination.
Create
Bring something into existence.
20 terms
English language arts vocabulary
Rustic
Lapse
Correspond
Coy
adj having to do with the countryside not the city. " The rus…
Noun- 1 small mistake or failure 2 the passing of time " Forg…
verb- 1 to communicate in writing 2 to match in some way "Whe…
Adj- shy or bashful " the coy child hid behind her mother whe…
Rustic
adj having to do with the countryside not the city. " The rus…
Lapse
Noun- 1 small mistake or failure 2 the passing of time " Forg…
37 terms
English Language Arts - Vocabulary
Familiar
Suggest
opening
Linger
intimate
intimate
vent
tardy
Familiar
intimate
Suggest
intimate
39 terms
English language art vocabulary
Hyper-
Hypo-
Chrom/o
Gen
Over,above
Under,below
Color
Birth,produce,race
Hyper-
Over,above
Hypo-
Under,below
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Vocabulary For English Language Arts.
Annex
Chafe
Plunder
Prodiglous
Add on or attach
Be important or vexed
Steal or take by trickery or by force
Exceptional; great size or power
Annex
Add on or attach
Chafe
Be important or vexed
15 terms
English Language Arts vocabulary
Proper Noun
Common Noun
Abstract Noun
Concrete Noun
A specific person, place or thing.... Examples: Lambeau Field,…
An unspecific person, place or thing.... Examples: Book, Video…
An idea, feeling or state of mind that can not be touched.... E…
A tangible person, place or thing.... Examples: Desk, Cement, M…
Proper Noun
A specific person, place or thing.... Examples: Lambeau Field,…
Common Noun
An unspecific person, place or thing.... Examples: Book, Video…
83 terms
Language Arts English language Glossary
Personification
Antithesis
Oxymoron
Sarcasm
The assigning of human qualities to inanimate objects or conc…
the presentation of two contrasting images. The ideas are bal…
From the Greek for "pointedly foolish," ___ is a figure of sp…
from the Greek meaning "to tear flesh," ______ is meant to hu…
Personification
The assigning of human qualities to inanimate objects or conc…
Antithesis
the presentation of two contrasting images. The ideas are bal…
English/Language Arts Vocabulary Mastery
character trait
setting
plot
quote
describes a character based on actions, thoughts, and words
when and where the story takes place
the events that make up a story (exposition, rising action, c…
text that is repeated exactly
character trait
describes a character based on actions, thoughts, and words
setting
when and where the story takes place
11 terms
English/Language Arts Vocabulary #2
inference
text evidence
explicit
theme
Using what the text says and what you know to make meaning fr…
Details from the text that help you make meaning from the text.
An answer in a text that is right there and you can touch it…
The message or lesson the author wants the reader to learn fr…
inference
Using what the text says and what you know to make meaning fr…
text evidence
Details from the text that help you make meaning from the text.
20 terms
English language arts vocabulary set
Commemorate
Recollection
Collective
Obsolete
to remember a person or event by a special action
a memory that occurred in the past
a group of people or a member
something that is no longer needed because something better n…
Commemorate
to remember a person or event by a special action
Recollection
a memory that occurred in the past
15 terms
English/Language Arts Assessment Vocabulary
best
conclude
contribute
convince
Which sentence BEST describes the central idea of the essay?
What can the reader conclude about the author's opinion?
How does the information in Paragraph 3 contribute to the dev…
Using details from the article, convince your principal to al…
best
Which sentence BEST describes the central idea of the essay?
conclude
What can the reader conclude about the author's opinion?
14 terms
English Language Art Vocabulary
Metophor
Noun
Adjective
Verb
A word or phrase use to compare two unlike thing, not using "…
A person, place , thing and idea.
A word that describes.
A word that show action.
Metophor
A word or phrase use to compare two unlike thing, not using "…
Noun
A person, place , thing and idea.
10 terms
Vocabulary #14 English/ Language Arts
adapt
adept
ascend
assent
to adjust or fix a new situation
skillful, expert
to go up or climb
to agree or consent
adapt
to adjust or fix a new situation
adept
skillful, expert
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Vocabulary #15 English/ Language arts
graze
hectic
illuminated
numerous
to feed on growing grass
full of busy activity and confusion
supplied with light
a great quantity, very many
graze
to feed on growing grass
hectic
full of busy activity and confusion
25 terms
EOG Vocabulary-English Language Arts
details
effect
illustrator
dialogue
pieces of information that support or tell more about the mai…
A result
Person who makes pictures for a book
Conversation between characters
details
pieces of information that support or tell more about the mai…
effect
A result
120 terms
Language Arts English language Glossary
Personification
Antithesis
Oxymoron
Sarcasm
The assigning of human qualities to inanimate objects or conc…
the presentation of two contrasting images. The ideas are bal…
From the Greek for "pointedly foolish," ___ is a figure of sp…
from the Greek meaning "to tear flesh," ___ involves bitter,…
Personification
The assigning of human qualities to inanimate objects or conc…
Antithesis
the presentation of two contrasting images. The ideas are bal…
10 terms
Vocabulary #11 English/Language Arts
aroma
beverage
crave
delectable
a pleasant odor or smell
a liquid that people drink
to want or wish for strongly
very pleasing or enjoyable to taste
aroma
a pleasant odor or smell
beverage
a liquid that people drink
10 terms
Vocabulary #13 English/ Language Arts
bamboozle
cantankerous
chortle
dillydally
to trick or mislead
ill-tempered, irritable
to chuckle or snort with amusement
to put off what one should be doing, to dawdle
bamboozle
to trick or mislead
cantankerous
ill-tempered, irritable
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