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Language Art WTK Sherlock Holmes
advance
agitation
amiable
amid
to move forward
commotion, excitement; uneasiness
good-natured; cheerful
among; in the midst of
advance
to move forward
agitation
commotion, excitement; uneasiness
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Language Arts Vocab #2 Sherlock Holmes
feeble
fortnight
imperturbably
imprudence
lacking physical strength, especially as a result of age or i…
two weeks
unshakably calm and collected
a lack of caution in practical affairs
feeble
lacking physical strength, especially as a result of age or i…
fortnight
two weeks
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Language exchange - Kanchan 7 - Sherlock Holmes
Your skills can be easily acquired
With pleasure !
When you woke up this morning you were…
This morning you have forgotten to shave
तिम्रा कौशलहरू सजिलोसँग प्राप्त गरिन्छन् ।
खुशी साथ गर्छु ।
जब तिमी बिहान उठ्यौ, तब तिमीलाई धेरै चिन्तित थियौ ।
आज बिहान तिमीले दाह्री खौरन बिर्सेको छौ ।
Your skills can be easily acquired
तिम्रा कौशलहरू सजिलोसँग प्राप्त गरिन्छन् ।
With pleasure !
खुशी साथ गर्छु ।
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7th Language Arts Final-Sherlock Holmes
Dr. Watson
Dr. Roylott
Alice Rucastle
Julia Stoner
Sherlock Holmes sidekick, narrator of story
huge man, Julia and Helen's stepfather, large face
held prisoner in a room
victim of "Speckled Band", Helen's twin sister
Dr. Watson
Sherlock Holmes sidekick, narrator of story
Dr. Roylott
huge man, Julia and Helen's stepfather, large face
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Terminology for AP Language & Composition_Holmes, Savanna
anaphora
antimetabole
antithesis
appositive
the repetition of a word or phrase at the beginning of succes…
It is a literary term or device that involves repeating a phr…
parallel structure that juxtaposes contrasting ideas
a word or phrase that renames a nearby noun or pronoun
anaphora
the repetition of a word or phrase at the beginning of succes…
antimetabole
It is a literary term or device that involves repeating a phr…
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Phonics and History of Language - Dr. Holmes FALL 2015
Dipthong
Offglide
Phoneme
Articulatory descriptions - Places (7…
A phoneme made of two vowel sounds, beginning on one, and ble…
The second vowel in a dipthong
The smallest unit of sound in a language necessary to disting…
Big 7:... Labial, Dental, Alveolar, Palatal, Velar, Glottal, and…
Dipthong
A phoneme made of two vowel sounds, beginning on one, and ble…
Offglide
The second vowel in a dipthong
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NCCS Language Arts: Sherlock Holmes Characters and Vocab
Sherlock Holmes
Dr. Watson
Dr. Roylott
Alice Rucastle
famous detective
Sherlock's assistant/narrator/foil character
step-father of Julia and Helen Stoner /antagonist of Speckled…
daughter of Dr. Rucastle/locked in Band by parents
Sherlock Holmes
famous detective
Dr. Watson
Sherlock's assistant/narrator/foil character
81 terms
Phonics and History of Language - Dr. Holmes FALL 2015
Dipthong
Offglide
Phoneme
Articulatory descriptions - Places (7…
A phoneme made of two vowel sounds, beginning on one, and ble…
The second vowel in a dipthong
The smallest unit of sound in a language necessary to disting…
Big 7:... Labial, Dental, Alveolar, Palatal, Velar, Glottal, and…
Dipthong
A phoneme made of two vowel sounds, beginning on one, and ble…
Offglide
The second vowel in a dipthong
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Phonics and the History of Language Midterm-Dr. Holmes
ablative case
ablaut
accusative case
affricate
The case of a noun, pronoun, or adjective which indicates sep…
The alternation of vowels in inflectional forms of the same w…
the case of a noun, pronoun, or adjective which indicates dir…
a category of speech sounds which merges a stop and a fricati…
ablative case
The case of a noun, pronoun, or adjective which indicates sep…
ablaut
The alternation of vowels in inflectional forms of the same w…
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Phonics and the History of Language (Dr. Holmes) - Midterm
ablative case
ablaut
accusative case
affricate
The case of a noun, pronoun, or adjective which indicates sep…
The alternation of vowels in inflectional forms of the same w…
the case of a noun, pronoun, or adjective which indicates dir…
a category of speech sounds which merges a stop and a fricati…
ablative case
The case of a noun, pronoun, or adjective which indicates sep…
ablaut
The alternation of vowels in inflectional forms of the same w…
8 terms
Dodd, B., Holm, A., Crosbie, S., & Mcintosh, B. (2006). A core vocabulary approach for management of inconsistent speech disorder. Advances in Speech Language Pathology, 8(3), 220-230.
Our management approach is based on a…
1. Is intervention indicated?... Child an…
Olswang and Bain (1991, p. 255) recomm…
Plan- ning individualized client manag…
pg. 220
pg 221
pg. 221
pg. 221-222
Our management approach is based on a…
pg. 220
1. Is intervention indicated?... Child an…
pg 221
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Sherlock Holmes: The Hound of the Baskervilles
moor
hound
diabolical
cruel
荒れ地、原野; open, rough, windy land, usually on hills and without…
extremely evil or cruel
(of persons or their actions) able or disposed to inflict pai…
moor
荒れ地、原野; open, rough, windy land, usually on hills and without…
hound
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Holmes GCHS Sp 2 Unit 2 Vocab 1
¿A que se dedica ...?
la abogada
apagar incendios
arreglar
What does...do?
Lawyer (f)
To put out fires
To fix
¿A que se dedica ...?
What does...do?
la abogada
Lawyer (f)
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Vocabulary Unit 2 - Sherlock Holmes - Week 1
a sleuth
masterly
keen
to maintain
(N) A person who investigates crimes.
(Adj) Showing great skill or understanding.
(Adj) Wanting to do something or wanting something to happen…
(V) To keep stating that something is true, even though other…
a sleuth
(N) A person who investigates crimes.
masterly
(Adj) Showing great skill or understanding.
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Figurative Language
metaphor
simile
analogy
alliteration
figure of speech comparing two different things
A comparison of two unlike things using "like" or "as"
A comparison of two different things that are similar in some…
Repetition of initial consonant sounds
metaphor
figure of speech comparing two different things
simile
A comparison of two unlike things using "like" or "as"
Holmes vocab
Allay
Apathetic
Brazen
Caustic
Diminish or put to rest
Showing no interest
Bold or without shame
Sarcasm with a mean edge
Allay
Diminish or put to rest
Apathetic
Showing no interest
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Sherlock Holmes and the Red-Headed League
Sherlock Holmes, Dr. Watson, Mr. Jabez…
One hand was larger than the other
He wanted to see the knees of his trou…
He had been to China (he had a tattoo)…
Who are the main characters in The Red-Headed League
How did Sherlock Holmes know that Jabez Wilson had done manua…
Why did Holmes want to see Mr. Spaulding after speaking to Ja…
What was Sherlock Holmes able to find out about Jabez Wilson…
Sherlock Holmes, Dr. Watson, Mr. Jabez…
Who are the main characters in The Red-Headed League
One hand was larger than the other
How did Sherlock Holmes know that Jabez Wilson had done manua…
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Scholarship Jacket Vocabulary
agile
despair
vile
muster
quick and light in movement
to lose hope
disgusting; unpleasant
to call forth, summon up
agile
quick and light in movement
despair
to lose hope
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Ad
adventure
advice
adapt
adhesive
to take a chance or risk; to dare
an opinion or suggestion about what someone should do
A changing to fit new conditions
a substance that unites or bonds surfaces together
adventure
to take a chance or risk; to dare
advice
an opinion or suggestion about what someone should do
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Vocabulary Unit 2 - Sherlock Holmes - Week 2
a sleuth
masterly
keen
to maintain
(N) A person who investigates crimes.
(Adj) Showing great skill or understanding.
(Adj) Wanting to do something or wanting something to happen…
(V) To keep stating that something is true, even though other…
a sleuth
(N) A person who investigates crimes.
masterly
(Adj) Showing great skill or understanding.
JANET HOLMES
'sugar', 'honey'
'bitch', 'dog'
'Flapping Birds'
'Beast', 'Lion'
Food Imagery
Animal Imagery-Women
Metaphors to describe women
Animal Imagery-Men
'sugar', 'honey'
Food Imagery
'bitch', 'dog'
Animal Imagery-Women
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Text Structures
Compare and Contrast
Problem and Solution
Cause and Effect
Chronological Order
When you compare two or more things, you say how they are sim…
Tells about a problem (and sometimes says ... why there is a pro…
Cause is why something happened. ... Effect is what happened. (S…
the arrangement of events in the order in which they actually…
Compare and Contrast
When you compare two or more things, you say how they are sim…
Problem and Solution
Tells about a problem (and sometimes says ... why there is a pro…
6 terms
Point of View
point of view
first-person point of view
third-person point of view
third-person omniscient
the perspective, or view, from which a story is told
the narrator (the voice that is telling the story) is a chara…
the narrator is someone outside the action, rather than a cha…
the narrator is an all-knowing observer who can relate what e…
point of view
the perspective, or view, from which a story is told
first-person point of view
the narrator (the voice that is telling the story) is a chara…
10 terms
Ex
exit
examine
execute
exhaust
n. A way or passage out.
to look at closely
put into effect; carry out
comprehensive, thorough, exhausting a topic or subject, accou…
exit
n. A way or passage out.
examine
to look at closely
10 terms
story elements vocabulary
antagonist
character
climax
conflict
a force working against the main character
each person, animal, or imaginary creature in a work of liter…
the turning point in the plot of the story
a struggle between two opposing forces
antagonist
a force working against the main character
character
each person, animal, or imaginary creature in a work of liter…
10 terms
Mis
misunderstood
misled
mismanage
mistake
To think the wrong thing about what was communicated
fooled; led to believe something wrong
v. To manage badly, improperly, or unskillfully.
error
misunderstood
To think the wrong thing about what was communicated
misled
fooled; led to believe something wrong
5 terms
Figurative Language
Simile
Metaphor
Hyperbole
Personification
An indirect, weaker comparison of two unlike things by using…
A strong, direct comparison of two unlike things
An exaggeration that holds an element of truth; can be realis…
Giving life-like and/or human qualities/traits/characteristic…
Simile
An indirect, weaker comparison of two unlike things by using…
Metaphor
A strong, direct comparison of two unlike things
60 terms
Sherlock holmes
Rational
super natural
Where is Holmes house.
What keen observation does Holmes make…
-Murder on the moor... -Laura lyons: Wrote the letter and letter…
-Creepy noises on the moor... -Hugo sold his soul to devil... - sir…
Baker street
He rolls him own cigarettes
Rational
-Murder on the moor... -Laura lyons: Wrote the letter and letter…
super natural
-Creepy noises on the moor... -Hugo sold his soul to devil... - sir…
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Author's Purpose
Author's Purpose
Persuade
Inform
Entertain
why an author writes something
author's goal persuade the reader to agree with the author's…
author's goal is to enlighten the reader with topics that are…
author's goal is to provide enjoyment for the reader
Author's Purpose
why an author writes something
Persuade
author's goal persuade the reader to agree with the author's…
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AP Eng Lang Holmes Unit 10
Accrue
Annotation
Bedlam
Covert
(v) to grow or accumulate over time; to happen as a natural r…
(n) a critical or explanatory note or comment, especially for…
(n) a state or scene of uproar and confusion
(adj) hidden, disguised, purposefully, kept secret; sheltered…
Accrue
(v) to grow or accumulate over time; to happen as a natural r…
Annotation
(n) a critical or explanatory note or comment, especially for…
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Islam Vocab - Harrison Holmes
Abbasid Empire
Ali
Allah
Alms
750-1258, Golden age of Islam, capital in Baghdad, focused on…
To make hostile
Arabic word for God
money or goods given to the poor
Abbasid Empire
750-1258, Golden age of Islam, capital in Baghdad, focused on…
Ali
To make hostile
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Kindergarten Read well unit 9
garden
soil
Weed
flower
A garden is a place where people grow flowers or vegetables
Soil is the top layer of the earth where plants grow. Soil is…
A plant that is seen as useless or harmful and growing where…
The colored part of a plant that produces seeds or fruit.
garden
A garden is a place where people grow flowers or vegetables
soil
Soil is the top layer of the earth where plants grow. Soil is…
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Intro to Sociolinguistics (Janet Holmes) Chapter 2 Terms
domain
diglossia
H and L varieties
polyglossia
situations where people typically use a particular language o…
two forms of what's effectively the same language which are u…
the 'High' and 'Low' versions of a language which are used fo…
the use of several languages (or forms of a language) for dif…
domain
situations where people typically use a particular language o…
diglossia
two forms of what's effectively the same language which are u…
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Greek And Latin Root Words Robert Holmes
Amphi
Amphitheater
Amphibious
Anthro
Both ways
A theater where you can see both sides of the stage.
Able to live on both land and water.
man
Amphi
Both ways
Amphitheater
A theater where you can see both sides of the stage.
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Speckled Band
deduction
intuition
metropolis
outset
an answer found by reasoning
a way of knowing without proof
a city
the beginning
deduction
an answer found by reasoning
intuition
a way of knowing without proof
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Vocabulary - Lesson 4 (Test Thursday - 10/20!)
Prewriting
Drafting
Revising
Editing
the brainstorming stage of the writing process.
the stage of the writing process during which a writer organi…
editing that involves writing something again.
the process of correcting and adapting a text.
Prewriting
the brainstorming stage of the writing process.
Drafting
the stage of the writing process during which a writer organi…
15 terms
Text Features
Title Page
Table of Contents
Index
Glossary
Usually first page of the book, shows title, author, and illu…
List of chapters and page numbers they start on.
List of keywords and page numbers found in the back of a book.
List of words and definitions usually in the back of a book.
Title Page
Usually first page of the book, shows title, author, and illu…
Table of Contents
List of chapters and page numbers they start on.
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Language and Gender - Theorists
Beattie
Deborah Tannen (Competition and cooper…
Deborah Tannen (The Difference Approach)
Dubois and Crouch (1975)
He pointed out that it would only take one chatty man to go a…
She thought that the main difference between the sexes was co…
She said "male-female miscommunication is "cross-culteral" co…
They found that men used more tag questions than women.
Beattie
He pointed out that it would only take one chatty man to go a…
Deborah Tannen (Competition and cooper…
She thought that the main difference between the sexes was co…
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Sherlock Holmes Vocabulary
inexplicable
suppressed
prosecution
indifferent
incapable of being explained or accounted for
to keep information from being published
the party conducting legal proceedings against someone in a l…
neither good nor bad
inexplicable
incapable of being explained or accounted for
suppressed
to keep information from being published
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Persuasive Techniques
Ethos
Pathos
Logos
Persuasive Appeal
Ethos is basically an appeal to credibility. The writer is se…
An appeal to emotion. The writer might try to appeal to your…
An appeal to reason. The writer might use logic, statistics,…
to persuade an audience to side with your claim *All advertis…
Ethos
Ethos is basically an appeal to credibility. The writer is se…
Pathos
An appeal to emotion. The writer might try to appeal to your…
12 terms
English Language Language and Occupation
Institutional Talk - workplace and pro…
Power & Politeness in the Workplace- 2…
Communities of Practice- Wenger descri…
Asymmetrical Power- 'asymmetrical powe…
Drew and Heritage (1992)
Holmes and Stubbe
Etienne Wenger
Jurgen Habermas
Institutional Talk - workplace and pro…
Drew and Heritage (1992)
Power & Politeness in the Workplace- 2…
Holmes and Stubbe
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Sherlock Holmes sb
commonplace
bewilderment
defray
manifold
I find many tragic, some comic, a large number merely strange…
The lady gave a violent start and stared in at my companion.
As to reward, my profession is its own reward; but you are at…
But I have heard, Mr. Holmes, that you can see deeply into th…
commonplace
I find many tragic, some comic, a large number merely strange…
bewilderment
The lady gave a violent start and stared in at my companion.
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Russian Vocabulary: Sherlock Holmes
срaвнивaть/срaвнить
допрaшивaть/допросить
рaсслeдовaть
крaсть/укрaсть (+ gen.)
to compare
to interrogate
to investigate
to steal
срaвнивaть/срaвнить
to compare
допрaшивaть/допросить
to interrogate
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Part Time Indian Figurative Language Examples
"I was born with water on the brain" (…
Spinal fluid in the brain is car greas…
"...like my brain was a giant french f…
"Ten more than usual. Ten more than no…
This is an example of a "hook."
This is an example of a metaphor.
This is an example of a simile.
This is an example of an anaphore (repetition to empasize a p…
"I was born with water on the brain" (…
This is an example of a "hook."
Spinal fluid in the brain is car greas…
This is an example of a metaphor.
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ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE/SHERLOCK HOLMES
HOUND
UPON
infrequent
occasions
AV KÖPEĞİ
ÜSTÜNDE,ÜZERİNDE
nadir,az bulunur
fırsatlar
HOUND
AV KÖPEĞİ
UPON
ÜSTÜNDE,ÜZERİNDE
20 terms
Chapter 2 Lesson 1
Culture
Culture Traits
Culture Region
Ethnic Group
set of beliefs, values, and practices that a group of people…
an activity or behavior in which people often take part
an area in which people have many shared culture traits
a group of people who share a common culture and ancestry
Culture
set of beliefs, values, and practices that a group of people…
Culture Traits
an activity or behavior in which people often take part
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A Level English Language - Genderlect Concepts
folklinguistics
diversity model
dominance model
deficit model
attitudes and assumptions about language that have no real ev…
there are more important factors that influence a person's la…
women's language is less powerful than male language because…
female language is not as good as male language and is measur…
folklinguistics
attitudes and assumptions about language that have no real ev…
diversity model
there are more important factors that influence a person's la…
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Vocabulary Week Two Holmes
Nomadic
Nominal
Nonplussed
Grotesque
Wonder from place to place
Small in value
Confused
Strangely ugly/Bazzard
Nomadic
Wonder from place to place
Nominal
Small in value
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Genre-Fiction
Historical Fiction
Realistic Fiction
Fantasy
Folk tale/Fairy tale/Legend
Made up story with real events from history.
Made up story that sounds like it could really happen.
Stories with magic or talking animals.
Old stories that have been shared for generations.
Historical Fiction
Made up story with real events from history.
Realistic Fiction
Made up story that sounds like it could really happen.
16 terms
English Language Language and Gender
Sapir-Whorf Hypothesis is the theory t…
Gender Metaphor- proposed metaphors th…
Influence of patriarchy- (male dominat…
Gender representation in toy adverts-…
Edward Sapir and Benjamin Lee Whorf
Janet Holmes
Deborah Cameron
Caldas-Coulthard & van Leeuwen
Sapir-Whorf Hypothesis is the theory t…
Edward Sapir and Benjamin Lee Whorf
Gender Metaphor- proposed metaphors th…
Janet Holmes
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