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66 terms
English
das Stadtzentrum
der Brieffreund
das Papierstück
Liebe/r...... (Briefanrede)
the town center
the penfriend
a piece of paper
Dear...
das Stadtzentrum
the town center
der Brieffreund
the penfriend
21 terms
english
lacrosse
tryouts
jetlagged
barn
لاعب الكروس
اختبارات
فرق التوقيت
إسطبل
lacrosse
لاعب الكروس
tryouts
اختبارات
10 terms
English
Bilk
engender
laud
succinct
cheat; defraud (verb - shows action)
to produce, cause, or bring about (verb - shows action)
To praise (verb - action)
Briefly and clearly expressed (adjective - describes a noun)
Bilk
cheat; defraud (verb - shows action)
engender
to produce, cause, or bring about (verb - shows action)
10 terms
English
Grudge
Civil
Quarrel
Depart
A resentment strong enough to justify retaliation
Of or occurring between or among citizens of the state
An angry dispute
Go away or leave
Grudge
A resentment strong enough to justify retaliation
Civil
Of or occurring between or among citizens of the state
10 terms
english
anachronism
coerce
hedonism
conscientious
a person or a thing that is out of place
to make someone do something by using force
the belief that pleasure is the most important goal in life
very careful about doing what you are supposed to do
anachronism
a person or a thing that is out of place
coerce
to make someone do something by using force
20 terms
English
Accomplice
Annihilate
Arbitrary
Brazen
A person who takes part in a crime
To destroy completely
Unreasonable; based on one's wishes or whims without regard f…
Shameless; impudent; made of brass
Accomplice
A person who takes part in a crime
Annihilate
To destroy completely
100 terms
English
affect
personal
hire
order
influence
individual
to engage the services for wages or other payment:
in order to do something for the purpose of doing something
affect
influence
personal
individual
20 terms
English
animosity
apathy
apprehensive
commend
string dislike
lack of feeling
fearful or anxious
to praise
animosity
string dislike
apathy
lack of feeling
45 terms
English
Expository Writing
Narrative Writing
Point of view
1st person
Writing that informs or explains
Writing intended to tell a story
The perspective from where which a story is told
Narrator is one of the characters and refers to himself or he…
Expository Writing
Writing that informs or explains
Narrative Writing
Writing intended to tell a story
English
accentuate
alliteration
analogy
antibody
to emphasize
repetition of consonant sounds
a comparison of two different things that are similar in some…
A protein produced by some white blood cells to attack specif…
accentuate
to emphasize
alliteration
repetition of consonant sounds
8 terms
English
amoral
anarchy
anecdote
anemia
Lacking a sense of right and wrong/ distinguish between right…
A state of society without government or law. Confusion.
A short account of an interesting or humorous incident
A condition in which the blood is deficient in red blood cell…
amoral
Lacking a sense of right and wrong/ distinguish between right…
anarchy
A state of society without government or law. Confusion.
11 terms
English
strawberry
fruit
vegetables
peppers
strawberry
fruit
17 terms
English
Drop the attitude
Time for my luck to change
Balance a table
Rough time
You should drop the attitude
Poker , etc.
You use my cookbook to balance the table?
I know this is a rough time for you
Drop the attitude
You should drop the attitude
Time for my luck to change
Poker , etc.
7 terms
English
Kitzeln
Darlehen
Reich
Ratlosigkeit
Tickling
Loan
realm
perplexity
Kitzeln
Tickling
Darlehen
Loan
7 terms
english
dark ages
coup d'état
petrarch
sprezzatura
...
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...
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dark ages
...
coup d'état
...
26 terms
English
Essay
Critque
Satire
Memoir
Short text focused on one major idea
Personal review or examination
Use of humor, irony, exaggeration, and understatement
Writes about a significant event or time period in his or her…
Essay
Short text focused on one major idea
Critque
Personal review or examination
13 terms
English
ante
antecedent
anti
anithesis
before
proceeding or prior (ahead of or before)
against
opposite
ante
before
antecedent
proceeding or prior (ahead of or before)
7 terms
english
1. Covetous-
2. Morose
3. facetious-
4. Destitute
greedy; a great desire to possess something
sullen; ill-tempered; sad
flippant; smart-aleck, sarcastic
poor; penniless
1. Covetous-
greedy; a great desire to possess something
2. Morose
sullen; ill-tempered; sad
english
Absorb
Accompany
Beneficial
Courteous
take in
to go with
helpful
very polite and respectful
Absorb
take in
Accompany
to go with
english
fickle
hello
nestálý , přelétavý , vrtkavý člověk... changing often... changin…
ahoj
fickle
nestálý , přelétavý , vrtkavý člověk... changing often... changin…
hello
ahoj
275 terms
English
root
obsess
reckon
devotee
корен, подкрепям
вманиачен
мисля
посвещавам
root
корен, подкрепям
obsess
вманиачен
31 terms
English
Stay
Conventional
Deny
Fail
Halt
Accepted
Ban
Flopp
Stay
Halt
Conventional
Accepted
17 terms
English
embellish
captivate
dejected
doleful
make (something) more attractive by the addition of decorativ…
to attract and hold the attention or interest of, as by beaut…
dispirited
expressing sorrow; mournful... "he could be struck off, with #…
embellish
make (something) more attractive by the addition of decorativ…
captivate
to attract and hold the attention or interest of, as by beaut…
15 terms
English
Onomatopoeia
Periodical
Imperative
Comma
Words, which sound like what, they mean... example. He slurped h…
Magazine or newspaper published regularly through the year
Command or direct order... Example. Stop
Commas separate parts of sentences wherever a small pause see…
Onomatopoeia
Words, which sound like what, they mean... example. He slurped h…
Periodical
Magazine or newspaper published regularly through the year
490 terms
English
Seethe
sway
shun
badger
Estar furioso, hervir liquido
rock in wind: mecerse: There was a strong wind and the trees…
avoid: evitar, rehuir: She shunned her family and refused to…
Animal: Tejón... Fig. To pester: fatidiar, molestar: My children…
Seethe
Estar furioso, hervir liquido
sway
rock in wind: mecerse: There was a strong wind and the trees…
8 terms
English
Aspire
Assert
Authority
Endure
To have a strong desire to get or do something
To say firmly or to declare
The right to give orders make decisions or take action
To put up with or to bear hardship
Aspire
To have a strong desire to get or do something
Assert
To say firmly or to declare
20 terms
English
Sensible
Wary
Seize
Stature
Having, using, or showing good sense.
Watchful; being on one's guard against danger.
To take hold of suddenly or forcibly grasp.
The height of a human.
Sensible
Having, using, or showing good sense.
Wary
Watchful; being on one's guard against danger.
40 terms
English
appalling
ardently
caste
dejection
causing dismay or horror, dreadful; shocking; terrible
passionately; intensely
social status or position conferred by a system based on class
lowness of spirits
appalling
causing dismay or horror, dreadful; shocking; terrible
ardently
passionately; intensely
English
metaphor
stanza
rhyme scheme
syllable
a figure of speech Example: "A mighty fortress is our God.".
an arrangement of a certain number of lines
the pattern of rhymes used in a poem,
an uninterrupted segment of speech consisting of a vowel sound
metaphor
a figure of speech Example: "A mighty fortress is our God.".
stanza
an arrangement of a certain number of lines
15 terms
ENGLISH
I
SHE
THEY
US
HE
IT
THEM
WE
I
HE
SHE
IT
7 terms
English
fact
opinion
adjective
simile
something that can be proved to be true
what a person thinks is true about something
A word that describes a noun
A comparison using "like" or "as"
fact
something that can be proved to be true
opinion
what a person thinks is true about something
26 terms
English
rarely
habit
happen
regularly
ritkán
szokás
történik
rendszeresen
rarely
ritkán
habit
szokás
31 terms
english
to whip up
shaving foam
muffin tin
to squirt
делать на скорую руку... сделать на скорую руку
пена для бритья
форма для маффинов
брызгать, выдавливать, впрыскивать
to whip up
делать на скорую руку... сделать на скорую руку
shaving foam
пена для бритья
15 terms
English
The Big Bang
Bill Gates
Brother
Friend and I
Mellifluous
Philanthropist
Presentiment
Discordant
The Big Bang
Mellifluous
Bill Gates
Philanthropist
26 terms
English
Agnostic
Atheist
Benevolent
Cause
Someone who asserts that he or she does not know whether ther…
Someone who does not believe in God
God is All Loving
The reason something happens
Agnostic
Someone who asserts that he or she does not know whether ther…
Atheist
Someone who does not believe in God
10 terms
English
mediocre
vacillate
ecietic
apprehensive
Of moderate of low quality
To be unable to chose between one opinion or course of action…
Choosing or talking about what appears to be the best from va…
Excited but nervous about what might happen
mediocre
Of moderate of low quality
vacillate
To be unable to chose between one opinion or course of action…
246 terms
English
English
German
fly
go
Englisch
Deutsch
fliegen
gehen
English
Englisch
German
Deutsch
19 terms
English
-ID
Idyllic
-past
pastoral
form/shape
simple, pleasant
to feed
having to do with the country
-ID
form/shape
Idyllic
simple, pleasant
10 terms
english
discernment
abstract
temperate
eccentric
insight; ability to see things clearly
theoretical; the opposite of concrete
moderate; restrained
not conventional; a little kooky; irregular
discernment
insight; ability to see things clearly
abstract
theoretical; the opposite of concrete
English
Fission
Abate
Enhance
Definitive
Split apart
Make or become less
Increase
Conclusive or final
Fission
Split apart
Abate
Make or become less
12 terms
english
nonfiction
primary source
secondary source
authors purpose
writing based on fact not imagination
an original first account
a second hand account written by a writer who did not partici…
the reasons why an author writes
nonfiction
writing based on fact not imagination
primary source
an original first account
12 terms
English
Plot
Setting
Theme
Point of view
the events of the story in sequence
when, where, what its like their
idea about life
the narrator who is telling the story
Plot
the events of the story in sequence
Setting
when, where, what its like their
45 terms
english
compare
contrast
key
gist
tell how things are the same
tell how things are different
most important; crucial
general idea; what it is mostly about
compare
tell how things are the same
contrast
tell how things are different
23 terms
English
Declarative
Interrogative
Exclamatory
Imperative
Makes a statement
Asks a question
Shows strong emotion
Gives a direction or a command
Declarative
Makes a statement
Interrogative
Asks a question
5 terms
english
please
thank you
welcome
friends
bitte
Danke schön
(herzlich) willkommen
Freunde
please
bitte
thank you
Danke schön
142 terms
ENGLISH
fulfil requirements... /фулфи́л рикуа́йе…
fuel... /фьюːэл/
fun... /фан/
get rid of... /рид/
соответствовать требованиям
то́пливо
удово́льствие
избавля́ться от
fulfil requirements... /фулфи́л рикуа́йе…
соответствовать требованиям
fuel... /фьюːэл/
то́пливо
9 terms
english
apple
banana
carrot
fruits
apple
banana
20 terms
English
anonymous
browse
dupe
dynamic
hidden,unknown
look through
easily tricked or deceived
energetic, forceful
anonymous
hidden,unknown
browse
look through
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