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ESL 04R: Chapter 2 Vocabulary
abnormal
to enforce
to persist
violation
(adj.) not usual, not typical, strange
to make people obey a rule or law
not giving up or stopping
an action that breaks a law, agreement, principle etc
abnormal
(adj.) not usual, not typical, strange
to enforce
to make people obey a rule or law
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ESL Chapter 2
Angry
Beautiful
Happy
Popular
生气
漂亮
高兴
流行
Angry
生气
Beautiful
漂亮
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ESL Chapter 2 - What's this?
HAIRBRUSH
LAPTOP
SUNGLASSES
CELL PHONE
HAIRBRUSH
LAPTOP
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ESL 2 Chapter 2
immigration
impact
ethnic
prior
moving into a new country
change or to strike
regarding nationality/where you are from
before
immigration
moving into a new country
impact
change or to strike
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ESL 861 Chapter 2
dialog
erratic
extensive
forfeit
talk... noun (countable)
irregular... changing often or moving in an irregular way, witho…
large in amount... adjective
to give up... to give something up or have it taken away from yo…
dialog
talk... noun (countable)
erratic
irregular... changing often or moving in an irregular way, witho…
24 terms
Chapter 2 Vocabulary - ESL 1
bedroom
attic
bathroom
dining room
bedroom
attic
15 terms
ESL 331, Chapter 2
delinquency
aspiration
extracurricular activities
alienated
Illegal or immoral behavior especially by young people
plans, a strong desire to achieve sth high or great
activities outside classes( sport, music, clubs)
feeling separated from those around you, cause sb to feel iso…
delinquency
Illegal or immoral behavior especially by young people
aspiration
plans, a strong desire to achieve sth high or great
29 terms
ESL Study Guide, Chapter 2 (Sounds)
bilabial sounds
labiodental sounds
interdental sounds
alveolar sounds
sounds produced by putting your lips together:... /m/ mother... /p/…
sounds produced by putting together your lower lip and upper…
sounds produced by putting the tip of your tongue between the…
sounds produced by putting your tongue on the alveolar ridge…
bilabial sounds
sounds produced by putting your lips together:... /m/ mother... /p/…
labiodental sounds
sounds produced by putting together your lower lip and upper…
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ESL Chapter 2
alacrity
array
deduce
encumber
willingness
n. a large group of people or things; orderly arrangement ... v.…
to draw a conclusion from given facts... Infer
v. to weigh down; to delay the action of
alacrity
willingness
array
n. a large group of people or things; orderly arrangement ... v.…
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Vocabulary Power 1, Chapter 2 ESL 093
allow
shore
damage
record
to let someone do something or have something
the land along a large area of water (like an ocean or a lake)
a change, usually physical, that makes something hurt or broken
information that is written down for future use
allow
to let someone do something or have something
shore
the land along a large area of water (like an ocean or a lake)
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ESL 04R: Chapter 2 Vocabulary
abnormal
aware
to enforce
to persist
(adj.) not usual, not typical, strange
Knowing about something
to make people obey a rule or law
to not give up or stop
abnormal
(adj.) not usual, not typical, strange
aware
Knowing about something
12 terms
ESL 042, Insights, Chapter 2
advantage (n.)
application (n.)
attract (v.)
complicated (adj.)
a benefit, or something helpful
a formal document requesting something in writing
to cause someone to be interested in something, or come to a…
difficult, not simple
advantage (n.)
a benefit, or something helpful
application (n.)
a formal document requesting something in writing
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ESL Study Guide, Chapter 2 (General Language)
Phonology
Phonemes
Graphemes
Consonant diagraphs
Study of the sound system of a language
Basic units of sound in a language
letters
when two consonants represent a single phoneme (what, photo,…
Phonology
Study of the sound system of a language
Phonemes
Basic units of sound in a language
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ESL 040 Chapter 2
stick with
grab
handy
and all
continue with something difficult or unpleasant
to take hold of something or someone suddenly
useful
similar things like this
stick with
continue with something difficult or unpleasant
grab
to take hold of something or someone suddenly
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ESL 28 #chapter 2
Assistance(n)
context(n)
Error(n)
function(n)
def: help or support... synonymous: aid, assist, help... wf: assist…
def: The situation, events, or information that are related t…
def: a mistake... synonymous: failure, fault, wrongdoing... wf: err…
def: The purpose that something has, or the job that someone…
Assistance(n)
def: help or support... synonymous: aid, assist, help... wf: assist…
context(n)
def: The situation, events, or information that are related t…
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Computers for ESL Students: Chapter 2
window
start menu
start button
program
a rectangular area on the screen that shows a program or mess…
the list that appears when you click on the Start button; it…
the button on the bottom left corner of your screen that open…
a set of directions (such as Microsoft Word, computer games,…
window
a rectangular area on the screen that shows a program or mess…
start menu
the list that appears when you click on the Start button; it…
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ESL 04R: Chapter 2 Vocabulary
abnormal
aware
enforce
persist
(adj.) not usual, not typical, strange
Knowing about something
to make people obey a rule or law
Not giving up or stopping
abnormal
(adj.) not usual, not typical, strange
aware
Knowing about something
26 terms
ESL Chapter 2 - What's this?
HAIRBRUSH
LAPTOP
SUNGLASSES
CELL PHONE
HAIRBRUSH
LAPTOP
ESl 05V: Chapter 2
Crucial (adj)
Accompany (v)
Interpret (v)
Precise (adj)
extremely important.... Ex: Vitamins are crucial for maintaining…
to go with or happen together.... Ex: I always believe that God…
to translate or explain the meaning of something.... Ex: I'll ne…
exact or correct in every detail.... Ex: The teacher gave a prec…
Crucial (adj)
extremely important.... Ex: Vitamins are crucial for maintaining…
Accompany (v)
to go with or happen together.... Ex: I always believe that God…
26 terms
ESL Chapter 2 - What's this?
HAIRBRUSH
LAPTOP
SUNGLASSES
CELL PHONE
HAIRBRUSH
LAPTOP
26 terms
ESL Chapter 2 - What's this?
HAIRBRUSH
LAPTOP
SUNGLASSES
CELL PHONE
HAIRBRUSH
LAPTOP
26 terms
ESL Chapter 2 - What's this?
HAIRBRUSH
LAPTOP
SUNGLASSES
CELL PHONE
HAIRBRUSH
LAPTOP
10 terms
Chapter 2 ESL definition
Accompany
Contradict
Crucial
Dynamic
To go with or happen together
To agree with what someone or something said
Very important
Lively
Accompany
To go with or happen together
Contradict
To agree with what someone or something said
31 terms
ESL Chapter 2 - What's this?
LAPTOP
SUNGLASSES
CELL PHONE
WALLET
LAPTOP
SUNGLASSES
26 terms
ESL Chapter 2 - What's this?
HAIRBRUSH
LAPTOP
SUNGLASSES
CELL PHONE
HAIRBRUSH
LAPTOP
27 terms
ESL Chapter 2 - What's this?1
HAIRBRUSH
LAPTOP
SUNGLASSES
CELL PHONE
HAIRBRUSH
LAPTOP
32 terms
ESL Study Guide, Chapter 2 (Theories, Language Learning, etc.)
Noam Chomsky
Dell Hynes
communicative competence
sociolinguistic communicative competence
Theorized that linguistic behavior is innate, not learned. Al…
Coined the term "communicative competence" to describe the se…
ability of 2nd language learners to apply the rules and use l…
ability to switch from register based on context and purpose…
Noam Chomsky
Theorized that linguistic behavior is innate, not learned. Al…
Dell Hynes
Coined the term "communicative competence" to describe the se…
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ESL 04R: Chapter 2 Vocabulary
abnormal
aware
to enforce
to persist
(adj.) not usual, not typical, strange
knowing about something
to make people obey a rule or law
not giving up or stopping
abnormal
(adj.) not usual, not typical, strange
aware
knowing about something
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ESL 03V Fall 2015: Vocabulary Power Chapter 2
allow
attempt
cause
cure
(v) to let happen
(v) to try to do
(n) something that makes an event happen
(v) to make an illness go away
allow
(v) to let happen
attempt
(v) to try to do
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ESL II Chapter 2
curt
demoralize
dilemma
inclination
Rudely brief when speaking to someone; abrupt
To discourage; to lower the spirits of; weaken the confidence…
A hard choice; a situation requiring a difficult choice
A tendency, or preference, to think, act, or behave in a cert…
curt
Rudely brief when speaking to someone; abrupt
demoralize
To discourage; to lower the spirits of; weaken the confidence…
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ESL 043, Issues for Today, Chapter 2
adapt (v.)
apologize (v.)
appropriate (adj.)
attitude (n.)
to change in order to fit a new situation or circumstances
to say that you are sorry for doing something wrong
suitable or correct for the situation you are in
one's feelings or way of thinking about a certain thing
adapt (v.)
to change in order to fit a new situation or circumstances
apologize (v.)
to say that you are sorry for doing something wrong
58 terms
ESL 05L Fall 2015: Academic Encounters 4: Chapter 2
heavily
cool
peer pressure
did any good
a lot; a great deal
good; socially desirable
feeling the need to do something because one;s friends are do…
had no effect; was not helpful
heavily
a lot; a great deal
cool
good; socially desirable
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ESL 325 - Chapter 2
1. Concepts
2. Behaviorist Theory
3. Communicative Competence
4. Telegraphic Speech
Children build on concepts when learning language
Imitation & Reinforcement
Knowledge of what to say to whom under what circumstances ... *…
Children use key words to express message
1. Concepts
Children build on concepts when learning language
2. Behaviorist Theory
Imitation & Reinforcement
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ESl 05V: Chapter 2
Crucial (adj)
Accompany (v)
Interpret (v)
Precise (adj)
extremely important.
to go with or happen together.
to translate or explain the meaning of something.
exact or correct in every detail.
Crucial (adj)
extremely important.
Accompany (v)
to go with or happen together.
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Chapter 2 Mosaic ESL Vocabulary (Simplified) L/S 40 2015
Desolate
Beachfront
Catastrophic
Migratory
(Adjective)... An empty place with little life. ... Abandoned and l…
(Adjectival Noun) ... A residence connected to the beach.
(Adjective)... Something that causes massive destruction or fail…
(Adjective) ... Periodically (every so often), something that mo…
Desolate
(Adjective)... An empty place with little life. ... Abandoned and l…
Beachfront
(Adjectival Noun) ... A residence connected to the beach.
14 terms
Chapter 2 The Solar System Gr. 6 ESL sect. 1 & 2
ellipse (elipse)
geocentric (geocéntrico)
heliocentric (heliocéntrico)
gravity (gravedad)
oval shape; the shape of the planets' orbits
a theory that the center of the solar system is earth
a theory that the center of the solar system is the sun
the attractive force between two objects
ellipse (elipse)
oval shape; the shape of the planets' orbits
geocentric (geocéntrico)
a theory that the center of the solar system is earth
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ESL 04R: Chapter 2 Vocabulary LU
abnormal
aware
enforce
persist
(adj.) not usual, not typical, strange
Knowing about something
to make people obey a rule or law
Not giving up or stopping
abnormal
(adj.) not usual, not typical, strange
aware
Knowing about something
15 terms
ESL 70 Vocab list 2 (chapter 2)
damage
disease
disorder
climate
Noun: problems that are caused by a mistake, wrong action, et…
an illness that affects someone : a condition that prevents t…
a confused or messy state : a lack of order or organization
the usual weather conditions in a particular place or region
damage
Noun: problems that are caused by a mistake, wrong action, et…
disease
an illness that affects someone : a condition that prevents t…
26 terms
ESL Chapter 2 - What's this?
HAIRBRUSH
LAPTOP
SUNGLASSES
CELL PHONE
HAIRBRUSH
LAPTOP
10 terms
ESL4 chapter 2
Dialog
erratic
extensive
forfelt
对话
不稳定的
广泛的
丧失
Dialog
对话
erratic
不稳定的
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ESL 2
Niño
Niña
Arriba
Abajo
Boy
Girl
Up
Down
Niño
Boy
Niña
Girl
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ESL- Speaking- chapter2
abolish
attractive
colossal
demanding
v- end, eliminate... exp: the United States government abolish s…
adj- causing interest of pleasure, appealing... exp: you are att…
adj- huge... exp: the colossal mountain
adj- requiring a lot of strength, energy or attention.... exp: n…
abolish
v- end, eliminate... exp: the United States government abolish s…
attractive
adj- causing interest of pleasure, appealing... exp: you are att…
8 terms
chapter2 esl3
daily
entertain
experience
identify
happening each day
interest with something happy or enjoyable
anything someone has been or lived through
find out who, what or what kind
daily
happening each day
entertain
interest with something happy or enjoyable
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ESL 081 Chapter 2 Vocabulary Flash Cards
Chance of
Degrees
Fair Skies
Fall
a possibility of something happening
A measure of temperature (how hot or cold it is)
Free of clouds or storms; clear and sunny
The season of the year between summer and winter
Chance of
a possibility of something happening
Degrees
A measure of temperature (how hot or cold it is)
30 terms
ESL0310 CHAPTER 2
alienated
bland
brand
countless
felling separate or unwelcome.
not interesting ; lacking a strong flvor.
a type of product made by a particular company.
very many.
alienated
felling separate or unwelcome.
bland
not interesting ; lacking a strong flvor.
24 terms
ESL Reading _ Longman 4 _ Chapter 2
defective
beneficiaries
maintained
tax
faulty
recipients
upheld
tariff
defective
faulty
beneficiaries
recipients
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ESL 81 Chapter 2 Vocabulary
Chance of
Chilly
Clear
Couldn't wait
The probability that an event will occur; probably.
It feels cool or cold
No clouds.
Wanted to do something very much; can't wait.
Chance of
The probability that an event will occur; probably.
Chilly
It feels cool or cold
Week 2 Words ESLS 1521 Chapter 2 The Way It Works
to get towed
to be highly effective
to clean up
gorgeous
a vehicle is pulled away by another one
to be very successful
to clean oneself or something
beautiful, handsome
to get towed
a vehicle is pulled away by another one
to be highly effective
to be very successful
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ESL 861 ch 2
Dialog (noun)
Erratic (adjective)
Extensive (adjective)
Forfeit (verb)
talk; to light up
irregular; not consistent
large in space or amount
to give up;to loose through some fault; to be forced to give…
Dialog (noun)
talk; to light up
Erratic (adjective)
irregular; not consistent
19 terms
United States and Canada: Chapter 2 ESL Key Terms
indigenous
missionary
indentured servant
boycott
belonging to a certain place
a person who tries to convert others to his or her religion
a person who must work for a period of years to gain freedom
a refusal to buy or use goods and services
indigenous
belonging to a certain place
missionary
a person who tries to convert others to his or her religion
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