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Language Arts Vocabulary
Plot
Mood
Tone
Static Character
the sequence of events that make up a story
the atmosphere or feeling the author creates in a story.
the author's attitude toward a subject or audience
a character who stays the same in a story. they don't change.
Plot
the sequence of events that make up a story
Mood
the atmosphere or feeling the author creates in a story.
Language arts vocabulary
Detrement
Antics
Gingerly
Banter
Harm or loss;injury
Ridiculous and unpredictable
With extreme caution
Testing/playful remarks
Detrement
Harm or loss;injury
Antics
Ridiculous and unpredictable
10 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary
divulge
abet
dogmatic
insipid
to tell; to reveal
to assist or encourage, especially in wrong doing
arrogant and stubborn about one's beliefs
lacking flavor; full; not at all stimulation
divulge
to tell; to reveal
abet
to assist or encourage, especially in wrong doing
42 terms
Language Arts
ann,enn
aqu
aud
bene
year,yearly
water
sound
good, well
ann,enn
year,yearly
aqu
water
10 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary
Oracle
Descended
Boast
Venomous
A place or person at/from which a wise response is given.
To move down or come down.
To brag about ones self with excessive pride.
Dangerously Poisonous.
Oracle
A place or person at/from which a wise response is given.
Descended
To move down or come down.
20 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary
Yellow stars
Green police
Conspicuous
Ration books
Six pointed stars of David that the Nazis ordered all Jews to…
The Nazi police who wore green uniforms
Easy to notice, obvious
Books of stamps or coupons issued by the government in wartime
Yellow stars
Six pointed stars of David that the Nazis ordered all Jews to…
Green police
The Nazi police who wore green uniforms
8 terms
Vocabulary in language arts
What is the author trying to do when t…
What is an informative piece of writing?
what is an entertaining piece of writi…
Tone
They are trying to convince you to do something.
They are informing you of whatever they are talking about
When the author writes an entertaining piece they are not try…
The writers attitude towards the reader
What is the author trying to do when t…
They are trying to convince you to do something.
What is an informative piece of writing?
They are informing you of whatever they are talking about
20 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary
Clement
Vacillate
Cursory
Avaricious
Mild, calm, temperate, moderate, not severe, merciful
Waver, change, Show uncertainty, hesitate
Quick, done rapidly
Greedy, excessive desire
Clement
Mild, calm, temperate, moderate, not severe, merciful
Vacillate
Waver, change, Show uncertainty, hesitate
32 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary
Indirect
Direct
Mood
Tone
The person who describes the characters uses not traits but o…
The person who describes the characters directly states trait…
The feeling of the reader's that they get from reading a stor…
The author's attitude towards the audience.
Indirect
The person who describes the characters uses not traits but o…
Direct
The person who describes the characters directly states trait…
Language Arts Vocabulary
Bibliomania
Bibliography
Bibliophobia
Bibliokept
An extreme interest in books especially in owning them
A list of books or articles
A fear or strong dislike of books
A person who steals books
Bibliomania
An extreme interest in books especially in owning them
Bibliography
A list of books or articles
10 terms
Language arts vocabulary
Cacophony
Convene
Converge
Hijack
Is a jumble of loud harsh unpleasant sounds
Is to come together or bring others together for some sort of…
When people or things__________ they come together from diffe…
To __________ a plane, bus, or other vehicle is to take contr…
Cacophony
Is a jumble of loud harsh unpleasant sounds
Convene
Is to come together or bring others together for some sort of…
10 terms
Language arts vocabulary
Non
post
pre
semi
not
after
before
half
Non
not
post
after
Language Arts Vocabulary
accent
articulate
dialect
diction
a style of pronounciation typical of people from a certain re…
skilled in expressing oneself clearly and effectively
unique form of a language, spoken by people from a country, r…
clearness of speech or pronunciation
accent
a style of pronounciation typical of people from a certain re…
articulate
skilled in expressing oneself clearly and effectively
Language Arts Vocabulary
aberration
adequately
ajar
apprehension
an abnormal alteration
enough to satisfy a requirement or meet a need
partially open
nervousness
aberration
an abnormal alteration
adequately
enough to satisfy a requirement or meet a need
10 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary
indifferent
disclain
obscure
ambiguous
neutral, unconcerned
to scorn, regard as beneath
faint, not easily seen
more than one meaning, not clear
indifferent
neutral, unconcerned
disclain
to scorn, regard as beneath
Language Arts Vocabulary
Hologram
Introspection
Inference
Impertinent
The photographic record of a three-dimensional image produced…
The examination of one's won thoughts and feelings
The act or process of deciding or concluding by reasoning fro…
offensively bold; rude
Hologram
The photographic record of a three-dimensional image produced…
Introspection
The examination of one's won thoughts and feelings
14 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary
amiable
benefactor
benevolent
benign
friendly
a donor or a patron
kind and gracious
not harmful
amiable
friendly
benefactor
a donor or a patron
12 terms
language arts vocabulary
eccentric
ecstasy
effervesce
effusive
ignoring social conventions; odd
happiness; overwhelming feelings of joy
to give off bubbles; to show excitement or liveliness
demonstrative; unreasonable; overflowing; pouring out
eccentric
ignoring social conventions; odd
ecstasy
happiness; overwhelming feelings of joy
30 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary Terms
Character
Round Character
Flat Character
Dynamic Character
A person in a story, poem, or play.
A character that's fully developed and has many different cha…
A character that is stereotyped, one dimensional, and has few…
A character that changes as the result of the story's events.
Character
A person in a story, poem, or play.
Round Character
A character that's fully developed and has many different cha…
20 terms
Unit 5 Language Arts Vocabulary
Anecdote
Consolidate
Counterfeit
Docile
[n.] A short account of an incident in someone's life
(v.) to combine, unite; to make solid or firm
(n.) an imitation designed to deceive; (adj.) not genuine, fa…
(adj.) easily taught, led, or managed; obedient
Anecdote
[n.] A short account of an incident in someone's life
Consolidate
(v.) to combine, unite; to make solid or firm
8 terms
Language arts vocabulary
Illegal
Immobile
Impaired
Impede
Not within the law; not acceptable.
Not able to move; motionless.
Not full of quality, ability, or strength; damaged
To not be able to move forward; to block the passage.
Illegal
Not within the law; not acceptable.
Immobile
Not able to move; motionless.
Language Arts Vocabulary
folk tale
metaphor
tall tale
topic
a story that attempts to answer basic questions about human n…
comparing two unlike things without using 'like' or 'as'
a humorously exaggerated story about impossible events
the subject of the story
folk tale
a story that attempts to answer basic questions about human n…
metaphor
comparing two unlike things without using 'like' or 'as'
Language Arts Vocabulary
Counterproductive
Pessimistic
Languid
Interrogate
thwarting the achievement of an intended goal; tending to def…
pertaining to or characterized by pessimism or the tendency t…
lacking in vigor or vitality; slack or slow
to ask questions of (a person), sometimes to seek answers or…
Counterproductive
thwarting the achievement of an intended goal; tending to def…
Pessimistic
pertaining to or characterized by pessimism or the tendency t…
8 terms
Vocabulary-Language Arts
Precede
Force
Sphere
Applaud
To come before.
Strength or power
A round object such as a basketball or globe, its a three dim…
To clap your hands and show approval
Precede
To come before.
Force
Strength or power
Language Arts Vocabulary
Pernicious
Scathing
Ardor
Imprudent
Malicious, meaning to cause harm
Witheringly scornful, severely critical
Intense emotion; great passion
Showing no care, forethought, or judgement
Pernicious
Malicious, meaning to cause harm
Scathing
Witheringly scornful, severely critical
Language arts vocabulary
Enigma
desecrate
apathy
Euphonious
mystery
disrespect
Lack of emotion
pleasant sounding
Enigma
mystery
desecrate
disrespect
20 terms
Language arts vocabulary
Idiosyncrasy
Innocuous
Obtrusive
Orthodox
An unusual habit of one particular person
Harmless; not likely to offend anyone
Unpleasantly noticable; bold... Thrusting out
Doing and believing what is commonly accepted... Following esta…
Idiosyncrasy
An unusual habit of one particular person
Innocuous
Harmless; not likely to offend anyone
100 terms
Language arts vocabulary
Bi
Sub
De
Pre
Two
Under
Down
Before
Bi
Two
Sub
Under
Language arts vocabulary
Simile
Metaphors
Hyperbole
Personification
Comparison using like or as
Not using like or as
An obvious exaggeration used for effect
Giving human qualities to an animal object or ideas
Simile
Comparison using like or as
Metaphors
Not using like or as
Language arts Vocabulary
executor
incredulous
extinguish
garret
one who carries out a will
unbelieving
put out
attic
executor
one who carries out a will
incredulous
unbelieving
12 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary
Predict
Question
Monitor and Fix-Up
Make Connections
They _______ what might happen, adjusting these ___________ a…
They self ________ to clarify and deepen understandings.
They note what they do understand and what they don't underst…
They use information... from personal experiences, other texts,…
Predict
They _______ what might happen, adjusting these ___________ a…
Question
They self ________ to clarify and deepen understandings.
8 terms
Language arts vocabulary
Noun
Pronoun
Verb
Conjunction
A part of a speach that names a person place or thing
A part of speech that takes the place of a noun
Part of speech that expresses action of helps to make a state…
A part of speech that joins words or groups of words
Noun
A part of a speach that names a person place or thing
Pronoun
A part of speech that takes the place of a noun
Language Arts Vocabulary Set
Bound
Maestro
Haphazardly
Phonic
Destined, sure, or certain
The composer or conductor of music
Randomly or clumsily, without care
Pertaining to speech sounds
Bound
Destined, sure, or certain
Maestro
The composer or conductor of music
Language Arts Vocabulary 1
advantages/ventajas
affect/afectar
analyzing/análisis
applying/aplicar
benefits or gains
produce an effect
look closely at
put to practical use
advantages/ventajas
benefits or gains
affect/afectar
produce an effect
140 terms
Language Arts: Vocabulary Words
Acrimony
Blithe
Contravene
Deprication
(N.) bitterness or ill feeling.
(Adj.) showing a lack of proper thought or care : not caring…
(V.) to fail to do what is required by (a law or rule)
(N.) to criticize or express disapproval of (someone or somet…
Acrimony
(N.) bitterness or ill feeling.
Blithe
(Adj.) showing a lack of proper thought or care : not caring…
12 terms
Language Arts - Vocabulary - List 2
fragile
vast
swagger
vivid
easily broken
very large
a strut; to walk or conduct yourself in a bragging, conceited…
lively; bright; full of life or color
fragile
easily broken
vast
very large
Language Arts Vocabulary
Adjourm
Comely
Dissolute
Erratic
V. To stop proceedings temporarily; move to another place
Adj. Having a pleasing appearance
Adj. Loose in ones morals or behavior
Adj. Not regular or consistent; different from what is ordina…
Adjourm
V. To stop proceedings temporarily; move to another place
Comely
Adj. Having a pleasing appearance
21 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary
Oblivious
Plethora
Balmy
Predecessor
Unaware or not conscious, clueless
To much of something, excess
Soothing, mild, or pleasant
Those who came before, previous
Oblivious
Unaware or not conscious, clueless
Plethora
To much of something, excess
10 terms
Language Arts: Vocabulary Words
Vindicate
Desecrate
Karma
Stereotype
To free from blame or guilt
To treat a sacred place or object shamefully or with disrespect
The cosmic ideal that each person's actions are punished or r…
To hold a set idea of a whole group of people.
Vindicate
To free from blame or guilt
Desecrate
To treat a sacred place or object shamefully or with disrespect
12 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary - List 1
annual
grotesque
gawk
obese
happening once a year
weird, distorted
to stare stupidly
very fat
annual
happening once a year
grotesque
weird, distorted
11 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary Words
Philately
Philanthropist
Philanthropy
Philosopher
Noun: Collection and Study of stamps
Noun: Lover of humanity, person active in promoting human wel…
Noun: Love of humanity, especially shown in donations to char…
Noun: lover of, or searcher for wisdom or knowledge
Philately
Noun: Collection and Study of stamps
Philanthropist
Noun: Lover of humanity, person active in promoting human wel…
Language arts vocabulary
Gratify
Infinite
Kindred
Naive
1. To please... 2. Verb
1. With out limit ... 2. Adj.
1. Similar ... 2. Adj.
1. Showing lack of worldly knowledge and experience ... 2. Adj.
Gratify
1. To please... 2. Verb
Infinite
1. With out limit ... 2. Adj.
14 terms
Language arts vocabulary
Conceal
Taut
Discreetly
Cherish
To hide something
Tight
Secretly doing something and trying to hide it
To care deeply for
Conceal
To hide something
Taut
Tight
15 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary
Alliteration
Allusion
Analogy
Hyperbole
the repetition of similar sounds
a reference to a person, place an event or literary work
a comparison between two things
a figure of speech using exaggeration
Alliteration
the repetition of similar sounds
Allusion
a reference to a person, place an event or literary work
Language Arts Vocabulary
Abyss
Adventure
Ally
Archetype
(noun) a deep immeasurable space, gulf, or cavity; vast chasm
(noun) an exciting or very unusual experience
(verb) to unite formally, as by treaty, league, or marriage (…
a character, pattern, or theme that shows up in many stories
Abyss
(noun) a deep immeasurable space, gulf, or cavity; vast chasm
Adventure
(noun) an exciting or very unusual experience
Language Arts Vocabulary
Profusely
Reprimands
Surveying
Reluctantly
Plentifully, in great amount
Punishments
Examining or looking at carefully
Hesitant, unwilling
Profusely
Plentifully, in great amount
Reprimands
Punishments
36 terms
language arts vocabulary
exposition
rising action
conflict
climax
the beginning of a story; includes the setting, characters, a…
a series of relevant incidents that create suspense (what lea…
a serious disagreement or argument; one of the main elements…
the most intense, exciting, or important point of the story (…
exposition
the beginning of a story; includes the setting, characters, a…
rising action
a series of relevant incidents that create suspense (what lea…
30 terms
Language Arts vocabulary
Ant
Hyper
Hypo
Loqu
opposed to; against.... Antithesis
To much, excess... Hyperbole
Too little, under... Hypochondriac
Speech, thought... Loquacious
Ant
opposed to; against.... Antithesis
Hyper
To much, excess... Hyperbole
Language Arts Vocabulary
Symmetry
Tawdry
Ambulatory
Idolatry
N. Exact corresponding of form on opposite sides of a dividin…
Adj. gaudy and cheap in appearance or nature.
Of or for walking; capable of walking
N. Blind or excessive devotion to something
Symmetry
N. Exact corresponding of form on opposite sides of a dividin…
Tawdry
Adj. gaudy and cheap in appearance or nature.
13 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary
Scold
Circumstances
Impatient
Solemnity
tongue-lashing, "to get onto"
situation, "expression of life"
not patient, irritated, short-tempered, annoyed
serious
Scold
tongue-lashing, "to get onto"
Circumstances
situation, "expression of life"
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