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Vocabulary 1 - Benefits of Reading
Dire
Inevitable
Articulate
Cadence
Very bad; causing great fear or worry
Something is (most likely) going to happen
Able to express ideas clearly in speech and writing
The way a person's voice changes, such as by rising or falling
Dire
Very bad; causing great fear or worry
Inevitable
Something is (most likely) going to happen
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Reading 1 Academic Vocabulary 1
attainable
tenacity
function
automaticity
able to reach something
unwilling to stop trying even when it is difficult
the purpose of something
ability to do something without thinking
attainable
able to reach something
tenacity
unwilling to stop trying even when it is difficult
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Reading Vocabulary List #1
Fiction
Non-Fiction
Infer
Explicit
A story that is not true; may include literature, poetry or d…
A true story that could be written for a variety of purposes…
A conclusion based on evidence and experience
Clearly stated
Fiction
A story that is not true; may include literature, poetry or d…
Non-Fiction
A true story that could be written for a variety of purposes…
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Reading Vocabulary (MP1)
Historical Fiction
Realistic Fiction
Fantasy
Mystery
fiction that involves an event in history. Contains historica…
A story using made-up characters that could happen in real li…
A story including elements that are impossible or make-believe.
a suspenseful story about a puzzling event that is not solved…
Historical Fiction
fiction that involves an event in history. Contains historica…
Realistic Fiction
A story using made-up characters that could happen in real li…
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Vocabulary List # 1 Letters أ - خ & ن ، و & ي
father
son
brother
sister
أبْ
إبْن
أخْ
أُخْت
father
أبْ
son
إبْن
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EL Reading Vocabulary List 1
illegal
attitude
hero
duty
(adjective) not allowed by the law
(noun) the opinions and feelings that you usually have about…
(noun) a man who is admired for doing something extremely bra…
(noun) something that you have to do because it is morally or…
illegal
(adjective) not allowed by the law
attitude
(noun) the opinions and feelings that you usually have about…
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GED Reading Vocabulary 1
narrative
descriptive
persuasive
expository
In narrative writing, a person, being a narrative, tells a st…
Descriptive writing is often poetic in nature, describes plac…
Persuasive writing is equipped with reasons, arguments and ju…
Expository writing usually explains something in a process, i…
narrative
In narrative writing, a person, being a narrative, tells a st…
descriptive
Descriptive writing is often poetic in nature, describes plac…
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ACT Reading Vocabulary 1
resentment
arrogant
withdrawn
embittered
(n.) a feeling of deep and bitter anger and ill-will
(adj.) haughty; too convinced of one's own importance; imperi…
(adj.) introverted; remote; aloof; reclusive
(adj.) feeling of despair because of misfortune; resentful
resentment
(n.) a feeling of deep and bitter anger and ill-will
arrogant
(adj.) haughty; too convinced of one's own importance; imperi…
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Reading Vocabulary 1.3
alter
collapse
crisis
destruction
to make different or change
to fall down
a difficult or dangerous situation
great damage or ruin
alter
to make different or change
collapse
to fall down
20 terms
Reading Vocabulary 1
result
uniform
dissolve
mutter
consequence... outcome... effect
The same all the way through; consistent... identical, similar
to make a solution of, as by mixing with a liquid; pass into…
To speak in a low voice or... to complain or angrily in a low tone
result
consequence... outcome... effect
uniform
The same all the way through; consistent... identical, similar
6 terms
Reading Group 1 Vocabulary Study
cuddle
wrinkled
heat
delighted
To hug or sit closely with someone
made line in
warmth or hotness
to be happy with;pleased
cuddle
To hug or sit closely with someone
wrinkled
made line in
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Reading 1 Academic Vocabulary
autonomy
capacity
confer
emerge
Freedom from control
Ability to contain, absorb, receive and hold
Consult, compare views; bestow or give
to come into view; to appear
autonomy
Freedom from control
capacity
Ability to contain, absorb, receive and hold
Reading vocabulary set 1
Consume
Rural
Source
Reintroduce
to eat or drink up; devour.
of or relating to country life.
Any thing or place from which something comes, arises, or is…
Bring something into existence again.
Consume
to eat or drink up; devour.
Rural
of or relating to country life.
Reading Vocabulary list 1
illustration
simile
metaphor
idiom
a photograph or drawing related to a text
A comparison of two things using like or as
A comparison of two unlike things without using like or as
An expression that has a meaning different from the meaning o…
illustration
a photograph or drawing related to a text
simile
A comparison of two things using like or as
6 terms
Unit 1 Reading Vocabulary
debt
incentive
trigger
markup
(noun) What you owe.... I took some loans to go to college, now…
(noun) motivation.... Some people work hard because they love t…
(noun) An event or circumstance that is the cause of a partic…
(noun) The amount added to the cost of merchandise to establi…
debt
(noun) What you owe.... I took some loans to go to college, now…
incentive
(noun) motivation.... Some people work hard because they love t…
Domschot Reading Vocabulary 1
synonym
antonym
homonym
dictionary
words that mean the same
words that mean opposite
words that sound the same but are spelled and mean different…
look to find syllables, pronunciation, part of speech, and mu…
synonym
words that mean the same
antonym
words that mean opposite
6 terms
Chapter 9, Reading 1 Vocabulary
access
challenge
heighten
affluent
(noun) admittance; a way of being able to use or get somethin…
(noun) a difficult task, goal, or problem. Example: Reading a…
(verb; heightened--adj.) intensify; to increase the amount, d…
(adj.) wealthy, rich; having a large amount of money and owni…
access
(noun) admittance; a way of being able to use or get somethin…
challenge
(noun) a difficult task, goal, or problem. Example: Reading a…
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Reading Vocabulary List #1
Fiction
Non-Fiction
Infer
Explicit
A story that is not true; may include literature, poetry or d…
A true story that could be written for a variety of purposes…
A conclusion based on evidence and experience
Clearly stated
Fiction
A story that is not true; may include literature, poetry or d…
Non-Fiction
A true story that could be written for a variety of purposes…
Vocabulary Set 1/ Reading
Cite
Objective Summary
Evidence
Central Idea
To use an expert's ideas. Quote an authority. Give credit for…
A retelling or summary without emotion or opinion.
Information used to support an idea. Information used for pro…
Focus. Main point. Main idea.
Cite
To use an expert's ideas. Quote an authority. Give credit for…
Objective Summary
A retelling or summary without emotion or opinion.
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Reading vocabulary #1
Monoply
Monominal
Binominal
Trinominal
A complete control of a product or business by a person or gr…
Having only one term( can be converted by one side).
(math) is having 2 terms either added or subtracted. (Science…
Something with exactly three terms.
Monoply
A complete control of a product or business by a person or gr…
Monominal
Having only one term( can be converted by one side).
10 terms
Reading Vocabulary List 1
Medium
Beyond
Remain
Previous
something that is between or in the middle; midway
farther on; past something
to continue in the same manner; unchanged
coming or occurring before something else
Medium
something that is between or in the middle; midway
Beyond
farther on; past something
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Reading Vocabulary Semester 1
incarcerated
excelled
mentor
consequences
held in a prison or jail
did very well at something
someone who acts as a role model for others
things that happen as a result of an action
incarcerated
held in a prison or jail
excelled
did very well at something
ACT Reading Vocabulary 1
resentment
arrogant
withdrawn
embittered
(n.) a feeling of deep and bitter anger and ill-will
(adj.) haughty; too convinced of one's own importance; imperi…
(adj.) introverted; remote; aloof; reclusive
(adj.) feeling of despair because of misfortune; resentful
resentment
(n.) a feeling of deep and bitter anger and ill-will
arrogant
(adj.) haughty; too convinced of one's own importance; imperi…
1.3 Reading Vocabulary
naturalist
spectacular
debris
encounter
a person who specializes in the study of things in nature, es…
very unusual and impressive
scattered remains of something
an unexpected meeting
naturalist
a person who specializes in the study of things in nature, es…
spectacular
very unusual and impressive
Reading Vocabulary Q1
syllables
prefixes
suffixes
idiom
-a word broken into smaller parts.
-a part added to beginning of a base/root word which changes…
-a part added to the end of a base/root word which changes it…
-describes one thing as something else
syllables
-a word broken into smaller parts.
prefixes
-a part added to beginning of a base/root word which changes…
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Real Reading 1: Chapter 1 Vocabulary
relaxed
safe
body
land
(adjective) not worried or tense; free from stress
(adjective) not in danger
(noun) your physical parts, including your head, arms, and legs
(noun) an area of ground; not water
relaxed
(adjective) not worried or tense; free from stress
safe
(adjective) not in danger
Reading Vocabulary 1
Abhor
Bigot
Counterfeit
Enfranchise
Regard with hatred or disgust.
A person who is intolerant toward those holding different opi…
An exact imitation of something valuable or important with th…
Give the right to vote.
Abhor
Regard with hatred or disgust.
Bigot
A person who is intolerant toward those holding different opi…
18 terms
A1 Reading Vocabulary
Formidable
Gargoyle
Guerrilla
Gorilla
Inspiring fear or respect through being impressively large, p…
A grotesque carved human or animal face or figure projecting…
a member of a small independent group taking part in irregula…
the largest living primate.
Formidable
Inspiring fear or respect through being impressively large, p…
Gargoyle
A grotesque carved human or animal face or figure projecting…
4.1 Reading Vocabulary
commenced
deeds
exaggeration
heroic
to started doing something
acts or actions
a statement that makes something seem more than it really is
a very brave or courageous act
commenced
to started doing something
deeds
acts or actions
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Unit 8 Reading 1 Vocabulary
catalyst
beneficial
innovative
therapy
something that causes activity between two or more persons or…
favorable or advantageous; resulting in good
introducing new ideas; original and creative in thinking
treatment intended to relieve or heal a disorder
catalyst
something that causes activity between two or more persons or…
beneficial
favorable or advantageous; resulting in good
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Reading Vocabulary #1
lighter
policeman
thief
corner
lighter
policeman
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ELA-Reading Vocabulary 1
main idea
protagonist
dialogue
antagonist
what a piece of writing is mostly about
main character in a story
conversation between characters
character or force in conflict with the main character
main idea
what a piece of writing is mostly about
protagonist
main character in a story
7 terms
Reading 1 Vocabulary
influence
communicate
immigrant
policy
to change of affect something
to share information
a person who moves from country to another
a rule
influence
to change of affect something
communicate
to share information
15 terms
Reading Vocabulary 1
Sentimentality
Dilapidated
Jeer
Alacrity
the quality of being easily moved by emotions
almost ruined
to mock or taunt loudly
enthusiasm
Sentimentality
the quality of being easily moved by emotions
Dilapidated
almost ruined
Reading Vocabulary Set 1
Point of View
Plot
Central Idea
Theme
Narrators position in relation to story being told
The main events of a play, novel, movie or similar work (acti…
Unifying element of a story, which ties together all of the o…
Central topic of a text
Point of View
Narrators position in relation to story being told
Plot
The main events of a play, novel, movie or similar work (acti…
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EOG Reading Vocabulary #1
nonfiction
fables
recipe
fiction
writing that is true
stories with talking animals that have a moral
a set of instructions for making something
writing that is made up
nonfiction
writing that is true
fables
stories with talking animals that have a moral
7 terms
3.1 reading vocabulary
fiction
fantasy
poetry
poems
a form of writing that tells a story about made-up characters…
A story including elements that are impossible or make-believe.
A type of literature that expresses ideas, feelings, or tells…
NOUN a piece of writing that partakes of the nature of both s…
fiction
a form of writing that tells a story about made-up characters…
fantasy
A story including elements that are impossible or make-believe.
Reading Vocabulary Lesson 1
Annals
Epic
Intact
Demoralize
Records of history
Long narrative poem recording the deeds of a hero
In place; untouched
Corrupt the morals of
Annals
Records of history
Epic
Long narrative poem recording the deeds of a hero
Reading 1 Vocabulary
benefit
explore
fantasy
interact
an advantage or useful effect that something has
to travel around a place in order to learn about it
a situation that is not true, that you just imagine
to communicate or mix with someone, especially while you work…
benefit
an advantage or useful effect that something has
explore
to travel around a place in order to learn about it
5 terms
4.1 Vocabulary From Reading
angry
behave
contest
spider
to feel mad or upset
how a person acts
a competition of skills to see who the best
arachnid; has eight legs
angry
to feel mad or upset
behave
how a person acts
Reading Vocabulary 1
Consists
Variety
Combination
Drainage
to have in it
A lot of different types
Two or more things put together
Water goes through it
Consists
to have in it
Variety
A lot of different types
10 terms
Reading - Vocabulary 1
renegade
rangy
prostrate
serenity
an outlaw; a rebel
long and slender
lying flat on the ground
the quality of remaining calm
renegade
an outlaw; a rebel
rangy
long and slender
Lesson 1 - Reading Vocabulary
Tunic
Comely
Taunt
Industrious
A loose garment
Pretty
Provoke or challenge with insulting remarks.
Hard-working
Tunic
A loose garment
Comely
Pretty
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Enhanced Reading Vocabulary 1
abandon (n.)
clever (adj.)
extraordinary (adj.)
baffle (v.)
to leave; to give up; to discontinue
showing inventiveness and skill
Very unusual; remarkable.
to frustrate or confuse
abandon (n.)
to leave; to give up; to discontinue
clever (adj.)
showing inventiveness and skill
8 terms
Reading Vocabulary 1
credit
slumped
luminous
strands
Praise or honor; something owed to a person
Fell or sunk heavily
Bright or shiny
Things similar to threads
credit
Praise or honor; something owed to a person
slumped
Fell or sunk heavily
Vocabulary - Reading 1
allude to
concept
distinguish
evolve
(v.) to speak indirectly about something
(n.) an idea
(v.) to differ
(v.) to change from an earlier form
allude to
(v.) to speak indirectly about something
concept
(n.) an idea
5 terms
Reading Vocabulary List 1
ambitious
appropriate
contraption
limber
having the desire to achieve something
suitable
a gadget; any mechanical device that one does not fully under…
easily bent; flexible
ambitious
having the desire to achieve something
appropriate
suitable
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Sear 6 Reading - Vocabulary 1
cadence
coax
confidant
contradict
A steady rhythmic flow.
To get something by being nice.
One to whom secrets are told.
Stating the opposite of.
cadence
A steady rhythmic flow.
coax
To get something by being nice.
53 terms
Reading Vocabulary #1
putrefy
microscopically
teem with
spontaneous
v. 腐烂,化脓
adv 通过显微镜
富于,充满
adj 自发的,自然的
putrefy
v. 腐烂,化脓
microscopically
adv 通过显微镜
Vocabulary: Unit 1: reading
plough(v)
farmer (n)
tobacco
pump (v)
move up and down
plough(v)
farmer (n)
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