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English vocabulary. Anne frank act 2 scene 1
Apprehension
Ineffectually
Disgruntled
Onslaught
Noun a fearful feeling about what will happen next
Adverb without producing the desired results
Adjective upset, irritated, unhappy
Noun violent approach
Apprehension
Noun a fearful feeling about what will happen next
Ineffectually
Adverb without producing the desired results
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Anne Frank - Act 2, Scenes 1-3
blackmail
fishing
vague
inferiority complex
demand money from a person in return for not revealing secret…
try sneakily to get a response or some information from someone
of uncertain, or of unclear meaning
an unrealistic feeling of general inadequacy, an unwarranted…
blackmail
demand money from a person in return for not revealing secret…
fishing
try sneakily to get a response or some information from someone
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Diary of Anne Frank Act 1 Scene 2
Portly
Brisk
Peculiar
Conspicuous
stout or overweight
energetic, lively, fast
unusual, strange
easily seen or noticed
Portly
stout or overweight
Brisk
energetic, lively, fast
The Diary of Anne Frank - Act 2 - Scene 1
Disgruntled
foreboding
apprehension
vague
angry or dissatisfied
a strong feeling that something bad is about to happen
Worry or unease
unclear
Disgruntled
angry or dissatisfied
foreboding
a strong feeling that something bad is about to happen
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Anne Frank Play Act 1:Scene 2
Describe Mr. Van Daan
Describe Mrs. Van Daan
Describe Peter
Describe Edith Frank
He is in his late 40s, wears expensive clothes, he smokes, an…
She is in her early 40s... worries... likes nice things... wears a fur…
16 years old... shy... awkward
She is Anne's Mom... She wants Anne not to talk back so that she…
Describe Mr. Van Daan
He is in his late 40s, wears expensive clothes, he smokes, an…
Describe Mrs. Van Daan
She is in her early 40s... worries... likes nice things... wears a fur…
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Anne Frank Play Act 2: Scene 1
What month and year does this Act take…
How long have the Franks been hiding i…
What holiday are they celebrating?
Who comes to visit?
January 1944
One year and five months and 25 days
The New Year
Miep and Mr. Kraler
What month and year does this Act take…
January 1944
How long have the Franks been hiding i…
One year and five months and 25 days
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Anne Frank, Act 2, Scene 1
disgruntled
inarticulate
hysterical
ideals
(adj.) in a bad mood; upset or annoyed
(adj.) not able to express ideas clearly in writing or speaking
(adj.) uncontrollably emotional
(n.) mental ideas about what is exactly right
disgruntled
(adj.) in a bad mood; upset or annoyed
inarticulate
(adj.) not able to express ideas clearly in writing or speaking
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Diary of Anne Frank Act 2 Scene 1
Hastily
Onslaught
Advisability
Pretense
with excessive speed or urgency; hurriedly
a violent attack; a sudden rush of something
desirable or wise as a course of action
an appearance or action intended to deceive
Hastily
with excessive speed or urgency; hurriedly
Onslaught
a violent attack; a sudden rush of something
Anne Frank Scene act 1 and 2 By: Ana
Bundled
Carillon
Cautiously
Disgruntled
trying to stay warm
A bell
carefully
Angry and upset
Bundled
trying to stay warm
Carillon
A bell
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The Diary of Anne Frank Act 2 Scene 1
standstill
disgruntled
hymn
hastily
a situation in which there is no movement or activity at all
annoyed or disappointed
a song of praise to God
quickly, perhaps too quickly
standstill
a situation in which there is no movement or activity at all
disgruntled
annoyed or disappointed
Anne Frank, Act II, Scenes 1-2
Disgruntled
Hastily
Onslaught
Inarticulate
(Adj.) Annoyed, grouchy
(Adv.) Hurriedly
(N.) Attack
(Adj.) Can't express with words
Disgruntled
(Adj.) Annoyed, grouchy
Hastily
(Adv.) Hurriedly
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Anne Frank Act-1 Scene 1-2
warehouse n.
peaked adj.
outlined v.
sparsely adv.
ambar
Keskin
ana hatlarını açıklamak
seyrek bir şekilde
warehouse n.
ambar
peaked adj.
Keskin
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Anne Frank/Act 1/Scenes 1,2,3,4,5
Action of The Diary of Anne Frank
Person who gave Anne her diary
Setting of the play
Character who brings a cat
Between 1942-1945
Anne's father
Amsterdam
Peter
Action of The Diary of Anne Frank
Between 1942-1945
Person who gave Anne her diary
Anne's father
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LA Anne Frank Act 1 scene 1/2
Meticulous
Appalled
Fortify
Unbashed
showing great attention to detail; very careful and ... precise.
greatly dismay or horrify
strengthen (a place) with defensive works so as to protect it…
not embarrassed, disconcerted, or ashamed.
Meticulous
showing great attention to detail; very careful and ... precise.
Appalled
greatly dismay or horrify
Anne Frank act 2 scene 1
disgruntled
onslaught
inarticulate
foreboding
adj., anngry
noun, destructive attack
adj., unable to speak
noun, feeling that something bad will happen
disgruntled
adj., anngry
onslaught
noun, destructive attack
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Anne frank act 2 scene 1
Inferiority
disgruntled
Inarticulate
Hastily
Worse
Grumpy
Speechless
Quickly
Inferiority
Worse
disgruntled
Grumpy
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Anne Frank Act 1 Scene 2
Conspicuous (adj)
Brisk (v)
Mercurial (adj)
İnterval (n)
Göze çarpan, dikkat çeken
Canlandırmak
Değişken
Zaman aralığı, mesafe, süre
Conspicuous (adj)
Göze çarpan, dikkat çeken
Brisk (v)
Canlandırmak
Anne Frank Act 2 Scene 1 Vocab
Disgruntled
Onslaught
Inarticulate
Foreboding
V,angry or dissatisfied
N,a fierce or destructive attack
N,incapable of expressing oneself clearly through speech
N,a feeling that something bad is going to happen
Disgruntled
V,angry or dissatisfied
Onslaught
N,a fierce or destructive attack
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Anne Frank Act 2 scene 1
disgruntled
onslaught
inarticulate
foreboding
displeased and discontented; sulky; peevish
an onset, assault, or attack, especially a vigorous one
lacking the ability to express oneself, especially in clear a…
a feeling of impending evil, disaster, etc.
disgruntled
displeased and discontented; sulky; peevish
onslaught
an onset, assault, or attack, especially a vigorous one
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Anne Frank Act 2 Scene 1 Vocab
Disgruntled
Onslaught
Inarticulate
Foreboding
Adj - Angry or dissatisfied
Noun - A fierce or destructive attack
Adj - Unable to speak distinctly
Noun - Fearful apprehension
Disgruntled
Adj - Angry or dissatisfied
Onslaught
Noun - A fierce or destructive attack
Anne Frank Vocab Act 2 Scene 1
apprehension
Auschwitz
B.B.C
Belsen
n. anxiousness; dread
a Nazi camp located in Poland, notorious as an extermination…
a radio station
a Nazi concentration camp and extermination center in Germany
apprehension
n. anxiousness; dread
Auschwitz
a Nazi camp located in Poland, notorious as an extermination…
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Anne Frank Vocab Act 2 Scene 1
apprehension
Auschwitz
B.B.C
Belsen
n. anxiousness; dread
a Nazi camp located in Poland, notorious as an extermination…
a radio station
a Nazi concentration camp and extermination center in Germany
apprehension
n. anxiousness; dread
Auschwitz
a Nazi camp located in Poland, notorious as an extermination…
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Anne Frank Act 2 scene 1
Inarticulate
Apprehension
Intuition
Indignant
Unable to express oneself
Fear full about the future
Ability to sense or know immediately without reasoning
Filled with anger at meanness or injustice
Inarticulate
Unable to express oneself
Apprehension
Fear full about the future
The Diary of Anne Frank Act 2 Scene 1
disgruntled
onslaught
go to one's head
inarticulate
in bad humor
a vigorous attack
to affect one's head
unable to speak
disgruntled
in bad humor
onslaught
a vigorous attack
Diary of Anne Frank scene 2 act 1
Empathy
Forbid
Sympathy
Apprehension
the feeling that you understand and share another person's ex…
to order (someone) not to do something
the feeling that you care about and are sorry about someone e…
the act or power of perceiving or comprehending
Empathy
the feeling that you understand and share another person's ex…
Forbid
to order (someone) not to do something
Anne Frank - Act 1 scene 2 lines
This isnt the black market, mrs frank.…
Petronella with a fur coat in july...…
Anne, please!!
You two must have some rest, Edith. Yo…
It's the westertoren!!
( REMOVING PAIR OF PANTIES) a cat????
Its all right, I've got on 3 more!!!
I slept,Father. Wasn't that funny? I knew it was the last nig…
This isnt the black market, mrs frank.…
It's the westertoren!!
Petronella with a fur coat in july...…
( REMOVING PAIR OF PANTIES) a cat????
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Anne Frank Act 2 Scenes 1 & 2 vocabulary
conspicuous
ration
disgruntled
apprehension
easy to see or notice
amount of food given to a person
grouchy or dissatisfied
anxiety or fear something bad will happen
conspicuous
easy to see or notice
ration
amount of food given to a person
The Diary of Anne Frank Act 2 Scenes 1-5
What year does Act 2 take place?
What conflict arises when Miep and Mr.…
What does Mr. Van Daan ask Miep to sel…
What does the worker, Carl, in the sto…
1944
They argue because Mr. Dussel says that Mrs. Frank should cut…
He asks her to sell Mrs. Van Daan's coat and buy some cigaret…
He wants twenty more guilders a week. He asks this at about t…
What year does Act 2 take place?
1944
What conflict arises when Miep and Mr.…
They argue because Mr. Dussel says that Mrs. Frank should cut…
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Diary of Anne Frank Quiz - Act I, scenes 1-5 - English
the play opens in what year?
where are the characters hiding?
what is a flashback?
why does mr. frank break down in the f…
1945, and we are brought back to 1942
the secret annex
interruption in the presents brings us back to earlier events
mr. frank breaks down because of the white glove of his wife/…
the play opens in what year?
1945, and we are brought back to 1942
where are the characters hiding?
the secret annex
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Act 2 scene 1 and 2 vocab for The Diary of Anne Frank
Disgruntled
Hastily
Onslaught
Inarticulate
Grouchy, dissatisfied
In a hurry, quick
Assault, attach
Unable to speak
Disgruntled
Grouchy, dissatisfied
Hastily
In a hurry, quick
Anne Frank Act 1 scenes 1 and 2 vocab
pantomime
mercurial
unabashed
capitulation
gestures without words
changeable
not embarrassed or ashamed
surrender
pantomime
gestures without words
mercurial
changeable
Vocabulary Set 7: Anne Frank Act 1 Scene 1-2
infuriating
feverish
incredulous
unbearable
causing anger or outrage
agitated: showing agitation, excitement, or restlessness
Unwilling or unable to believe something
not able to be endured or tolerated
infuriating
causing anger or outrage
feverish
agitated: showing agitation, excitement, or restlessness
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Anne Frank Act I, Scenes 1-2 Vocabulary
carillon
sparsely
blackout curtains
concealed
(n) a set of bells hung in a tower, sounded by manual or peda…
(adv) thinly scattered or distributed; not thick or dense
(n) sheets or fabric placed over windows to conceal (hide) li…
(adj) hidden; covered or kept from sight
carillon
(n) a set of bells hung in a tower, sounded by manual or peda…
sparsely
(adv) thinly scattered or distributed; not thick or dense
Anne Frank Vocab. Act 1 Scenes 1-2
Sparsely
Rucksack
Blackout
Compassionate
thinly distribution
Knapsack or backpack
no visible light
deep sympathy
Sparsely
thinly distribution
Rucksack
Knapsack or backpack
Diary of Anne Frank Quiz - Act I, scenes 1-5 - English
the play opens in what year?
where are the characters hiding?
what is a flashback?
why does mr. frank break down in the f…
1945, and we are brought back to 1942
the secret annex
interruption in the presents brings us back to earlier events
mr. frank breaks down because of the white glove of his wife/…
the play opens in what year?
1945, and we are brought back to 1942
where are the characters hiding?
the secret annex
Anne Frank Play Act 1: Scenes 1&2
Mr. Franks nickname
While in hiding, approximately how man…
How old is Anne when they go into hiding
Why does mr. Frank want to leave Amste…
Pim
Two years
13 years old
He wants to leave because it brings back too many memories
Mr. Franks nickname
Pim
While in hiding, approximately how man…
Two years
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The Diary of Anne Frank Play Act 2 Scene 1-5 Cinalli
onslaught
pretense
to animate
inarticulate
violent attack
a false show, an unsupported claim
to enliven, to bring to life
unable to speak, unable to speak understandably
onslaught
violent attack
pretense
a false show, an unsupported claim
10 terms
"The Diary of Anne Frank" -The Play Act I - Scenes 1 + 2
Carillon
blackout
rucksack
abrupt
a set of fixed bells surrounded by hammers and controlled by…
a period of darkness enforced as a precaution against air raids
a backpack
an action or change that happens unexpectedly
Carillon
a set of fixed bells surrounded by hammers and controlled by…
blackout
a period of darkness enforced as a precaution against air raids
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The Diary of Anne Frank Act 1 Scene 1+2
carillon
blackout
rucksack
compassionate
a set of stationary bells hung in a tower and sounded by manu…
type of curtains used to hide all light
a type of knapsack
having or showing pity
carillon
a set of stationary bells hung in a tower and sounded by manu…
blackout
type of curtains used to hide all light
Diary of anne frank act 1 scenes 1 and 2 vocabluary
loathe
meticulous
compassionate
emigrate
feel intense dislike or disgust for.
very careful.
showing sympathy or concern for others.
to leave ones country.
loathe
feel intense dislike or disgust for.
meticulous
very careful.
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Diary of Anne frank act2 scene 1&2 vocabulary
Disgruntle
Hastily
Onslaught
Inarticulate
Displeased
Quickly
Insult or attack
Affective
Disgruntle
Displeased
Hastily
Quickly
The diary of Anne frank pre reading and act 1 scenes 1&2
Nuremberg race laws
Krystallnacht
Star of David
Auschwitz
Deprived jews of their rights
Raid
A hexagram used as a symbol of judaism
A town is sw Poland
Nuremberg race laws
Deprived jews of their rights
Krystallnacht
Raid
Anne Frank Vocab Act 1, Scenes 1-2
Com-
Compassion
Con-
Conspicuous
With, together
A feeling of deep sympathy and sorrow for another who is stri…
With, together
Standing out so as to be clearly visible.
Com-
With, together
Compassion
A feeling of deep sympathy and sorrow for another who is stri…
LA Anne Frank- Act 1 scenes
What happened in Act 1 Scene 1 ?
What happened in Act 1 Scene 2 ?
What happened in Act 1 Scene 3 ?
What happened in Act 1 Scene 4 ?
- November 1945 - Mr Frank is alive -Mr. Frank has just reliz…
- Just moving into the hiding place - We met Mr. Kraler, Miep…
Two months after moving in- Mr. Dussel just moved into apartm…
-Several months later - Ann is strugling with inner conflicts…
What happened in Act 1 Scene 1 ?
- November 1945 - Mr Frank is alive -Mr. Frank has just reliz…
What happened in Act 1 Scene 2 ?
- Just moving into the hiding place - We met Mr. Kraler, Miep…
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Anne Frank - Act 2 / Scene 1 , 2 , 3 , 4, and 5
standstill
disgruntled
hymn
hastily
durma... be came completely motionless... The family were motionles…
annoyed, disappointed (contented<)
ilahi , milli marş
alelacele
standstill
durma... be came completely motionless... The family were motionles…
disgruntled
annoyed, disappointed (contented<)
16 terms
Diary of Anne Frank Vocabulary Act 1 Scenes 1-2
carillon
sparsely
blackout curtains
concealed
a set of bells hung in a tower, sounded by manual or pedal ac…
thinly scattered or distributed; not thick or dense
sheets or fabric placed over windows to conceal(hide) light a…
hidden; covered or kept from sight
carillon
a set of bells hung in a tower, sounded by manual or pedal ac…
sparsely
thinly scattered or distributed; not thick or dense
Diary of Anne Frank Act 1 Scenes 1 and 2
Carillion
Blackout
Rucksack
Compassionate
set of bells arranged for playing melodies
concealing all lights as a protection against an air raid
knapsack
desiring to relieve another's suffering; sympathetic
Carillion
set of bells arranged for playing melodies
Blackout
concealing all lights as a protection against an air raid
Anne Frank Scene 1 Act 1 Vocabulary
Fortify
loathe
appalled
conspicuous
to strengthen
strong dislike
disgusted
standing out/ looking for attention
Fortify
to strengthen
loathe
strong dislike
Diary of Anne Frank -act 1 scenes 1 and 2
Belfry
Carillon
Blackout curtains
Threadbare
a tower of a church or other building in which a bell is hung.
a set of bells sounded by machinery, rather than rung manually.
used to hide room lights from enemy bombers.
clothes that are so old or worn that the threads can be seen.
Belfry
a tower of a church or other building in which a bell is hung.
Carillon
a set of bells sounded by machinery, rather than rung manually.
Diary of Anne Frank Act 1 Scenes 1 and 2
Belfry
Blackout Curtains
Threadbare
Hitler
The tower of a church or other building where a bell is hung.
Curtains used to hide room lights from enemy bomber.
Clothes so old, or worn, that you can see the threads.
German head of government in 1933
Belfry
The tower of a church or other building where a bell is hung.
Blackout Curtains
Curtains used to hide room lights from enemy bomber.
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