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Language Arts Vocabulary
Abbreviation
Acronym
Active voice
Address
a shortened or contracted form of a word or phrase, used to r…
a word formed from the initial letters of a multi-word name
when the verb of a sentence is in the active voice, the subje…
a speech or written statement, usually formal, directed to a…
Abbreviation
a shortened or contracted form of a word or phrase, used to r…
Acronym
a word formed from the initial letters of a multi-word name
10 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary #3
opinion
fact
contraction
setting
what someone thinks about a particular thing
a true piece of information
the short form of two words, where the missing letters are re…
the time and place a story takes place
opinion
what someone thinks about a particular thing
fact
a true piece of information
7 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary
Astonished
Realistic
Resent
Inquisitive
greatly surprised or impressed; amazed
having or showing a sensible idea of what can be achieved or…
feel bitterness or annoyance (at a circumstance, action or pe…
curious or inquiring
Astonished
greatly surprised or impressed; amazed
Realistic
having or showing a sensible idea of what can be achieved or…
33 terms
Vocabulary Language Arts
anthropology
philanthropy
anthropophobia
anthropomorphic
The study of humans
charity; a desire or effort to promote goodness
Fear of people or society
attributing human characteristics or qualities to objects, an…
anthropology
The study of humans
philanthropy
charity; a desire or effort to promote goodness
20 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary Unit 1
adjacent
alight
barren
disrupt
(adj.) near, next to
(verb) to get come down from air or land... (adj.) lighted up
(adj.) not productive, sterile
(verb) to disturb
adjacent
(adj.) near, next to
alight
(verb) to get come down from air or land... (adj.) lighted up
10 terms
Language Arts 10 Vocabulary
admonish
breach
brigand
circumspect
(v.) to caution against something
(n.) a violation
(n) a bandit or robber
(adj.) careful, cautious
admonish
(v.) to caution against something
breach
(n.) a violation
20 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary- Unit 2
available
cater
customary
dissuade
ready for use
to make something easy; to satisfy the needs of others.
Something usual that you do every day,
To talk somebody out of something. Persuade them not to do so…
available
ready for use
cater
to make something easy; to satisfy the needs of others.
37 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary
Author's Purpose
Persuade
Inform
Entertain
The author's intent either to inform/teach, to entertain, or…
To convince someone to agree with an opinion, an idea, or a r…
To give knowledge and facts about a subject with the intentio…
To hold the reader's interest; to amuse; to make the reader w…
Author's Purpose
The author's intent either to inform/teach, to entertain, or…
Persuade
To convince someone to agree with an opinion, an idea, or a r…
10 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary #2
noun
verb
plural
singular
a person, place, or thing
an action or a linking word
more than one
one
noun
a person, place, or thing
verb
an action or a linking word
6 terms
Language art vocabulary
Atonement
Obstinacy
Pious
Forebears
Make up
Stubornness
Religious
Ancestors
Atonement
Make up
Obstinacy
Stubornness
28 terms
Language Arts 2014: Vocabulary
engineer
ject
all
ject
A person with this title is trained to design and build machi…
A Latin root appears in the words reject, project, and eject.…
A Latin root with this meaning appears in the words omnipoten…
Latin: to throw
engineer
A person with this title is trained to design and build machi…
ject
A Latin root appears in the words reject, project, and eject.…
11 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary #4
sequence
theme
dictionary
glossary
the order something happens
the main idea of the story, the lesson
a reference book that contains words listed in alphabetical o…
a list that gives definitions of the hard or unusual words fo…
sequence
the order something happens
theme
the main idea of the story, the lesson
LANGUAGE ART VOCABULARY
alphabetical order
antonym
capital letters
control
To put in the order of the alphabet
A word that is exactly opposite in meaning from another word.
The upper-case letters of the alphabet.
To hold back.
alphabetical order
To put in the order of the alphabet
antonym
A word that is exactly opposite in meaning from another word.
Language Art Vocabulary
factory
appreciate
Timeline
shift
A large building where workers make things that will be sold…
Means to understand the volume or importance of something.
We arrange words and pictures on a timeline to show the dates…
A shift means a change in something
factory
A large building where workers make things that will be sold…
appreciate
Means to understand the volume or importance of something.
Language Art Vocabulary
factory
Appreciate
timeline
shift
A large building where ... workers make things that will ... be sol…
Means to understand the ... value or importance of something
We arrange words and Pictures On... a timeline to Show The dates…
A shift means a change in something.
factory
A large building where ... workers make things that will ... be sol…
Appreciate
Means to understand the ... value or importance of something
5 terms
Language Art Vocabulary
factory
Appreciate
TimeLine
Shift
A big business that makes something
Thankful for
A line that shows how things change over time
A change in something
factory
A big business that makes something
Appreciate
Thankful for
28 terms
Language Arts Academic Vocabulary
story elements
events
problem
solution
the parts of all stories: characters, setting, events (plot),…
what happens in a story (plot); they can be categorized by be…
a character(s) has something bad happen and it needs to be fi…
when or how the problem is worked out (resolution)
story elements
the parts of all stories: characters, setting, events (plot),…
events
what happens in a story (plot); they can be categorized by be…
10 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary #1
genre
non-fiction
realistic fiction
setting
the type of story
tells facts about a topic
a made up story that could really happen
the time and place a story happens
genre
the type of story
non-fiction
tells facts about a topic
30 terms
Language Arts- Exam Vocabulary
muddle
dilemma
debris
salvage
to make a mess of; muddle through; to get by; a hopeless mess
a difficult or perplexing situation or problem
scattered fragments, wreckage
to save from fire or shipwreck; property thus saved
muddle
to make a mess of; muddle through; to get by; a hopeless mess
dilemma
a difficult or perplexing situation or problem
Language Arts Vocabulary
synonym
antonym
noun
verb
words that have similar meanings
words that have opposite meanings
a word that is a person, place, or thing
a word that shows action
synonym
words that have similar meanings
antonym
words that have opposite meanings
5 terms
Language Arts Figurative Language Vocabulary
Simile
Metaphor
Personification
Flashback
A comparison of two things using like or as
A comparison not using like or as
A figure of speech in which an object or animal is given huma…
A scene that interrupts the normal chronological sequence of…
Simile
A comparison of two things using like or as
Metaphor
A comparison not using like or as
14 terms
Academic and Language Arts Vocabulary
Predict
Compare
Cause
Contrast
to say or estimate something that will happen in the future b…
to observe how two or more things are similar
to make something happen
to observe how two or more things are different
Predict
to say or estimate something that will happen in the future b…
Compare
to observe how two or more things are similar
75 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary
society
disassociate
socialize
sociable
a structured community of people bound together by similar tr…
to end an association with another person or group
to take part in group activities, or behave in a friendly way…
likely to seek out the company of other people; friendly and…
society
a structured community of people bound together by similar tr…
disassociate
to end an association with another person or group
20 terms
Language Arts vocabulary
Extremity
Epic
Replenish
Negotiate
The farthest or outmost point or part;the greatest degree;gra…
A long poem about the adventures of a great hero
To refill or resupply;restore
To settle by discussing; to arrange an agreement
Extremity
The farthest or outmost point or part;the greatest degree;gra…
Epic
A long poem about the adventures of a great hero
27 terms
Language Art Academic Vocabulary
noun
pronoun
adjective
adverb
a person, place, or thing
a word that replaces a noun (it, she, he, you..)
a word that describes a noun
a word that describes a verb
noun
a person, place, or thing
pronoun
a word that replaces a noun (it, she, he, you..)
10 terms
language arts vocabulary
Reign
enact
adjacent
solemn
to rule or control someone or something
1) to make a bill into a law... 2)to act out a rule on stage
near to, or net to, something or someone
not cheerful, very serious, sad
Reign
to rule or control someone or something
enact
1) to make a bill into a law... 2)to act out a rule on stage
150 terms
language arts vocabulary
alternate
analyze
audience
categorize
to go back and forth; change from one thing to another
Break down in order to bring out the essential elements or st…
One's listener or readership; those to whom a speech or piece…
classify, arrange in classes, group
alternate
to go back and forth; change from one thing to another
analyze
Break down in order to bring out the essential elements or st…
16 terms
Language Arts Assessment Vocabulary
Best
conclude
conclusion
convince
the highest quality, excellence, or standing
to determine by reasoning
the end or close
to persuade
Best
the highest quality, excellence, or standing
conclude
to determine by reasoning
9 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary
Noun
Verb
Adjective
pronoun
Person place or thing
An action word
A word that describes a noun
A word that takes the place of a noun
Noun
Person place or thing
Verb
An action word
Language arts/ Vocabulary Review
vulnerable
tumultuously
emerge
melancholy
open to attack or damage
in a wild or disorderly way
to come into view
extremely sad
vulnerable
open to attack or damage
tumultuously
in a wild or disorderly way
20 terms
Language art vocabulary #2
Antics
Avowed
Banter
Bountiful
noun, ridiculous and unpredictable behavior
adjective, declared openly and without shame
verb, to exchange playful remarks... noun, talk that is playful
adjective, giving freely, plentiful
Antics
noun, ridiculous and unpredictable behavior
Avowed
adjective, declared openly and without shame
Language Arts Vocabulary
Am
Capit
Amor
Amateur
Love
Head
Love
Doing something you love as a pastime
Am
Love
Capit
Head
10 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary 3
wary
suavity
audacity
reposed
watchful, being on ones guard against danger, cautious
smoothly agreeable or cautious actions or manners
boldness or daring, with confident or arrogant discard for pe…
to lie dead
wary
watchful, being on ones guard against danger, cautious
suavity
smoothly agreeable or cautious actions or manners
Language Arts Vocabulary
abbreviation
antonyms
chronological order
context clues
...
...
...
...
abbreviation
...
antonyms
...
18 terms
Language Arts Academic Vocabulary
author's purpose
cause and effect
double negative
drawing conclusions
the reason for writing (to inform, entertain, or persuade)
cause is the action that makes something happen; Effect is th…
using two negative forms together in a phrase or sentence (no…
reaching a conclusion, or final decision, about something
author's purpose
the reason for writing (to inform, entertain, or persuade)
cause and effect
cause is the action that makes something happen; Effect is th…
language art mt. language vocabulary
noun
common noun
plural noun
singular
person,place ,thing or idea
any person , place, thing or idea
a specific name of a person, place, thing or idea
one
noun
person,place ,thing or idea
common noun
any person , place, thing or idea
74 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary
account
adjective
affix
antonym
to consider something
words that describe
prefix, root/base, and suffix
words that are opposites
account
to consider something
adjective
words that describe
15 terms
Language Arts Academic Vocabulary
Analyze
Apply
Assess
Compare
To discover or reveal something.
To make a formal application or request.
To evaluate; to estimate the price or value of.
To estimate, measure or note the similarity or dissimilarity…
Analyze
To discover or reveal something.
Apply
To make a formal application or request.
September Vocabulary (Language Arts)
yearned
astonished
emerge
conceal
to have a strong desire for
to fill with sudden wonder or amazement
to come out
hide
yearned
to have a strong desire for
astonished
to fill with sudden wonder or amazement
16 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary
synonym
antonym
noun
verb
words that have similar meanings
words that have opposite meanings
a word that is a person, place, or thing
a word that shows action
synonym
words that have similar meanings
antonym
words that have opposite meanings
12 terms
language arts vocabulary 1
technician
reminisce
pallet
dissect
a person who does skilled practical work using equipment
when you remember past experiences or events
a bed like platform sometimes covered with padding or cloth
to cut apart or separate into pieces especially to study clos…
technician
a person who does skilled practical work using equipment
reminisce
when you remember past experiences or events
Language Arts Vocabulary
main idea
supporting evidence or details
facts
opinions
Central Idea
information or specifics
information that can be checked and proven
a persons thoughts or beliefs
main idea
Central Idea
supporting evidence or details
information or specifics
15 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary
punctuation
capital
capital
period
symbols we use to show pauses, ending of sentences, and other…
every sentence begins with this kind of letter
every "I" that is referring to yourself needs this kind of le…
ends a statement sentence
punctuation
symbols we use to show pauses, ending of sentences, and other…
capital
every sentence begins with this kind of letter
8 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary
journalism
vocabulary
literacy
proofread
newspaper writing
words and their meanings
ability to read and write well
checking your writing carefully
journalism
newspaper writing
vocabulary
words and their meanings
8 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary 6th
scribe
tablet
ground
steady
a person who made handwritten copies before the invention of…
a slab of stone, wood, or various materials; formerly used fo…
reduced to fine particles or dust by grinding
even or regular in movement
scribe
a person who made handwritten copies before the invention of…
tablet
a slab of stone, wood, or various materials; formerly used fo…
25 terms
language arts vocabulary
Imitate
Stupor
Survival
Remorse
copy, recreate, to do the same thing as
stunned, barely conscious; when someone is not able to think…
continuing to live or exist, especially in hard conditions
feeling sorry
Imitate
copy, recreate, to do the same thing as
Stupor
stunned, barely conscious; when someone is not able to think…
Language Arts Vocabulary
main idea
supporting evidence or details
facts
opinions
Central Idea
information or specifics
information that can be checked and proven
a persons thoughts or beliefs
main idea
Central Idea
supporting evidence or details
information or specifics
6 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary 1
Analyze
Influence
Author's Purpose
opposing claims
analyze means to study and object for it's purpose.
influencing someone means telling them to do something
reasons why an author writes something, to persuade, entertai…
going against what is said
Analyze
analyze means to study and object for it's purpose.
Influence
influencing someone means telling them to do something
12 terms
Language Arts - Unit 3 - Vocabulary
Intercept
Participant
Conceive
Deceptive
to catch or block.
one takes part part in.
to come up with, imagine
intending to mislead or trick.
Intercept
to catch or block.
Participant
one takes part part in.
Language Arts BNB Vocabulary
vermin
ingratitude
urchin
lam
wild mammals and birds that are believed to be harmful crops…
a shameful lack of graditude
a mischievous boy
in flight, especially from the police
vermin
wild mammals and birds that are believed to be harmful crops…
ingratitude
a shameful lack of graditude
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