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19 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary
Surname
Encumbered
Insignificant
Profoundly
A name often used to identify people in a family... His surname…
Weighed down by a heavy load, mentally or physically.... He was…
Unimportant, and unnoticed.... Her feelings could often be insi…
Important and strong psychologically.... She profoundly believe…
Surname
A name often used to identify people in a family... His surname…
Encumbered
Weighed down by a heavy load, mentally or physically.... He was…
9 terms
vocabulary language arts
cite
support
analysis
summary
cite
support
12 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary
Plot
Conflict
Rising action
Climax
Elements of a narrative
is a Problem
Building up events
is the peak
Plot
Elements of a narrative
Conflict
is a Problem
11 terms
Language arts vocabulary
Imagery
Idiom
Simile
Metaphor
Use of vivid description to create pictures
A group of words whose meaning doesn't really what it says, f…
A comparison of two things using like or as
An implied comparison of two things without like or as
Imagery
Use of vivid description to create pictures
Idiom
A group of words whose meaning doesn't really what it says, f…
12 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary
vital
consent
leisure
immense
of critical importance
to permit, approve, or agree; comply or yield
time free from the demands of work or duty
vast; huge; very great:
vital
of critical importance
consent
to permit, approve, or agree; comply or yield
15 terms
language arts Vocabulary
Explain
Reign
Inspection
Corridor
Make an idea more clear to someone by describing it more clea…
The period of time during which something is the most important
The act of looking at something closely in order to learn mor…
A long hallway
Explain
Make an idea more clear to someone by describing it more clea…
Reign
The period of time during which something is the most important
18 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary
Hot,heat
the use of nuclear fission; the fusion…
many
the name of the base unit of which pol…
Thermo
Thermo nuclear
poly
polymers
Hot,heat
Thermo
the use of nuclear fission; the fusion…
Thermo nuclear
Language Arts Vocabulary
Utopia
Chastisement
Petulantly
Palpable
A community or society possesing highly desiarble or near per…
The act of scolding or punishing someone
Showing sudden impatient irritation
Readily or plainly seen of done
Utopia
A community or society possesing highly desiarble or near per…
Chastisement
The act of scolding or punishing someone
16 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary
Be and Been
Am, Is, and Are
Was and Were
Be, Been, Am, Is, Are, Was, and Were
What are the be verbs of B?
What are the be verbs of A x 2 and I?
What are the be verbs of the W's?
What are all the be verbs?
Be and Been
What are the be verbs of B?
Am, Is, and Are
What are the be verbs of A x 2 and I?
20 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary
simile
onomatopoeia
interjection
possessive
a comparison between two unlike things using words such as li…
words that sound like a noise or sound like buzz or crack
something that shows excitement or emotion like wow or yeah
showing ownership
simile
a comparison between two unlike things using words such as li…
onomatopoeia
words that sound like a noise or sound like buzz or crack
30 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary
onomatopoeia
hyperbole
simile
metaphor
word that imitates a sound.
extreme exaggeration.
comparing two unlike things using like or as.
comparing two unlike things not using like or as.
onomatopoeia
word that imitates a sound.
hyperbole
extreme exaggeration.
8 terms
language arts vocabulary
aesthetic
begins with a verb or adjective usally…
apathetic
embed
artistic;pleasing to the eye
participial phrase
unconcerned; no feeling
to insert into
aesthetic
artistic;pleasing to the eye
begins with a verb or adjective usally…
participial phrase
language arts vocabulary
disembodied
evasive
foray
foresighted
separated from lacking a body
tending or trying to avoid
a trip in to unknown area
having the ability to anticipate the future and prepare for it
disembodied
separated from lacking a body
evasive
tending or trying to avoid
Vocabulary Language Arts
Conceive
Vex
Stifle
Crevice
When you conceive an idea you think of it.
If you vex someone, you annoy that person.
If you stifle something you smother it.
A crevice is a narrow crack.
Conceive
When you conceive an idea you think of it.
Vex
If you vex someone, you annoy that person.
10 terms
language arts vocabulary
journalism
edit
punctuation
paragraph
the activity or profession of writing for newspapers or magaz…
to make changes by adding, deleting, or modifying text, graph…
the use of marks such as commas and periods in writing
A group of sentences in a written piece (book)
journalism
the activity or profession of writing for newspapers or magaz…
edit
to make changes by adding, deleting, or modifying text, graph…
15 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary
Quotation
Fact
definition
Summarize
a group of words taken from a text or speech and repeated by…
A statement that can be proved.
A statement that gives the meaning of a term.
verb - briefly retelling in your own words the main ideas and…
Quotation
a group of words taken from a text or speech and repeated by…
Fact
A statement that can be proved.
24 terms
Vocabulary Language Arts
revision
exposition
surrounded
resourceful
Verb: Looking at something again
noun: display, the beginning of a story
verb: enclose on all sides
adjective: able to deal with new situations
revision
Verb: Looking at something again
exposition
noun: display, the beginning of a story
Language Arts Vocabulary
Paragraph
Journalism
Edit
Punctuation
a section of writing that has a topic
the activity or profession of writing for newspapers or magaz…
A change or correction made as a result of editing.
ending mark to a sentence.
Paragraph
a section of writing that has a topic
Journalism
the activity or profession of writing for newspapers or magaz…
20 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary
beacon
berserk
celestial
chasten
a light or signal that warns and guides; a ligthouse, anythin…
violently and destructively enraged
having to do with the sky or heavens; heavenly; yielding grea…
to punish (in order to bring about improvement in behavior, a…
beacon
a light or signal that warns and guides; a ligthouse, anythin…
berserk
violently and destructively enraged
17 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary
Plot
Resolution
Falling action
Climax
The main events of a play, novel, movie or similar work, devi…
Part of the story's plot line in which the problem is resolve…
The parts of a story after the climax and before the very end.
The point of the plot which the tension and action reaches it…
Plot
The main events of a play, novel, movie or similar work, devi…
Resolution
Part of the story's plot line in which the problem is resolve…
10 terms
Language arts lesson one vocabulary
arduous
ascend
banal
demure
(adj) takes a lot of effort
(verb) to move upward
(adj) common or boring
(adj) quiet and shy
arduous
(adj) takes a lot of effort
ascend
(verb) to move upward
13 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary
abashed
abate
abide
ablution
ashamed
to reduce
to remain
clean or baptize
abashed
ashamed
abate
to reduce
Language Arts Vocabulary
A.D (Anno Domini)
Annals
Anniversary
Annual
Literally "In the year of our lord" meaning year since the bi…
Historical account of events by year
Yearly recurrence of the past event
Happening once a year; book published once a year; a plant th…
A.D (Anno Domini)
Literally "In the year of our lord" meaning year since the bi…
Annals
Historical account of events by year
21 terms
Language arts vocabulary
Aud
Vis/vid
In/Un
Prefix
To hear
To see
not
Comes before the root
Aud
To hear
Vis/vid
To see
10 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary
Valedictorian
Agile
Vengeance
Despaired
A student, usually the one ranking highest academically in a…
Quick and well-coordinated in movement; lithe:
Infliction of injury, harm, humiliation, or the like, on a pe…
loss of hope; hopelessness:
Valedictorian
A student, usually the one ranking highest academically in a…
Agile
Quick and well-coordinated in movement; lithe:
9 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary
Oust
Circumvent
Bandy
Primeval
To eject from a position or place. To force out
To get around by artful manuvering
To toss or to throw back and forth
Belonging to the first or the earliest of ages
Oust
To eject from a position or place. To force out
Circumvent
To get around by artful manuvering
40 terms
Language Arts: Vocabulary List
Meloncholy
Asinine
Berate
Cud
Feeling of sadness/dejection
Extremely foolish/ stupid
scold/criticize angrily
partly digested food returned from the first stomach
Meloncholy
Feeling of sadness/dejection
Asinine
Extremely foolish/ stupid
9 terms
Language arts vocabulary words
anti- semitism
scapegoat
stereotype
propaganda
hatred of Jews
blaming someone else for your problems
an assumption of a group/ religion
using media to persuade people
anti- semitism
hatred of Jews
scapegoat
blaming someone else for your problems
10 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary
Assign
Display
Elementary
Grade
Teachers may assign or give out homework.
When you display a picture you show it to others.
An elementary school is for students is ages 5-12.
Each Grade in school has a different work.
Assign
Teachers may assign or give out homework.
Display
When you display a picture you show it to others.
11 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary
challenge
hero
citation
ellipsis
obstacle, problem, difficulty
a person who is a role model and is admired for courage or ki…
the act of quoting and giving credit to a source (Lowry 3)
(...) a mark indicating an omission of words
challenge
obstacle, problem, difficulty
hero
a person who is a role model and is admired for courage or ki…
20 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary
Antagonist
Analyze
Assumption
Autobiography
A character in a story who is working in opposition to the ma…
Looking at the different parts or structure of a piece of wri…
A statement, belief, or value placed upon something without a…
A history of a person's life as written out/told by that pers…
Antagonist
A character in a story who is working in opposition to the ma…
Analyze
Looking at the different parts or structure of a piece of wri…
16 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary
Subjects vs. King
Hero vs. Villian
Consequences
Satisfaction
A person that rules the land
A person who impacts anoyher person's life
Result of an action
Enough or wanting no more
Subjects vs. King
A person that rules the land
Hero vs. Villian
A person who impacts anoyher person's life
Language Arts Vocabulary
Context clues
Schema
Lead
Genre
Hints within the passage that help the reader understand new…
Mental filing cabinet from which the reader can pull from.
A story beginning that hooks the reader's attention.
The type of writing.
Context clues
Hints within the passage that help the reader understand new…
Schema
Mental filing cabinet from which the reader can pull from.
10 terms
Language arts vocabulary
Supporting detail
Main idea
complete sentence
Revising
addititional details that support the topic sentence in a par…
The most important thought of a section, tells the reader wha…
a full thought on paper with a period at the end.
advancing sentences
Supporting detail
addititional details that support the topic sentence in a par…
Main idea
The most important thought of a section, tells the reader wha…
24 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary
sullen
jubilant
zealous
ominous
morose, depressed
exuberant, elated
fervent, passionate
menacing, threatening
sullen
morose, depressed
jubilant
exuberant, elated
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
33 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary
alphabet
author
back cover
beginning consonant
...
...
...
...
alphabet
...
author
...
8 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary
Peril
Condole
Grimace
Fate
Something that is dangerous.
To express sympathy or sorrow.
A facial expression of pain or disgust.
A power that is thought to determine the course of events.
Peril
Something that is dangerous.
Condole
To express sympathy or sorrow.
10 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary
Journalism
Revise
Essay
Punctuation
newspaper writing
update with new information
A group of paragraphs about the same subject
marks that make writing make sense
Journalism
newspaper writing
Revise
update with new information
11 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary Words
chronological
contrast
arrange
comparison
arranged in the order of time
to find a difference between things
to place in proper, desired, or convenient order
the considering of two things with regard to some characteris…
chronological
arranged in the order of time
contrast
to find a difference between things
10 terms
Language Arts
inference
schema
declarative sentence
interrogative sentence
an idea or conclusion made about a text using schema and cont…
prior knowledge or experience on a certain topic
tells something and ends with a period
asks a question and ends with a question mark
inference
an idea or conclusion made about a text using schema and cont…
schema
prior knowledge or experience on a certain topic
9 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary
Adjectival phrase
Adjective
Adverb
Adverbial phrase
A phrase tgat modifies a noun or a pronoun.
Words that describe a noun.
A word that modifies a verb or another adverb.
A phrase that modifies a verb.
Adjectival phrase
A phrase tgat modifies a noun or a pronoun.
Adjective
Words that describe a noun.
8 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary
Allegory
Alliteration
Assonance
Ballad
Surface details provide second meaning
Repetition of consonant sounds
Repetition of the sound of a vowel
A narrative poem written in four line stanzas
Allegory
Surface details provide second meaning
Alliteration
Repetition of consonant sounds
Language arts vocabulary
Torrent
Galleon
Musket
Cobbles
n.a strong and fast-moving stream of water or other liquid
n. An old,sail-driven ship
n. A long barreled gun used by in fan trying and is fired fro…
n. Stones used to pave around
Torrent
n.a strong and fast-moving stream of water or other liquid
Galleon
n. An old,sail-driven ship
Language Arts Vocabulary.
affable
aggrandize
amorphous
archetype
courteous... pleasant... sociable... cordial
to increase in greatness, power, and wealth.
shapeless
an ideal example of a person or thing
affable
courteous... pleasant... sociable... cordial
aggrandize
to increase in greatness, power, and wealth.
50 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary
conviction
remorse
reluctant
chastise
Noun ... A strong belief or opinion.
noun... Deep regret or guilt for a wrong committed.
adjective... Feeling or showing doubt about doing something wrong.
verb... To criticize someone harshly for doing something wrong.
conviction
Noun ... A strong belief or opinion.
remorse
noun... Deep regret or guilt for a wrong committed.
10 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary
Journalism
Edit
Punctuation
Paragraph
writing for the newspaper
correct your writing
the use of marks such as commas or periods in writing
2 or more sentences about the same thing
Journalism
writing for the newspaper
Edit
correct your writing
24 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary Terms
Photo
Photocopy
Photograph
Photon
Light
A paper copy of a document or picture that is made with a spe…
a picture made by a camera (photo for short)
a tiny particle of light or electromagnetic radiation
Photo
Light
Photocopy
A paper copy of a document or picture that is made with a spe…
115 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary Words
Protagonist
Antagonist
Character foil
Primary theme
the central character in a plot's conflict
the force in conflict with the protagonist
a character whose traits are in direct contrast with the prin…
the most important theme in a story
Protagonist
the central character in a plot's conflict
Antagonist
the force in conflict with the protagonist
20 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary Words
Boudoir
Brouhaha
Buffoon
Buttress
Women's dressing room
Uproar
A clown, comedian, or laughable person
To support or to prop
Boudoir
Women's dressing room
Brouhaha
Uproar
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