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ESOL 4 Unit 3 Reading 3 The Ravine vocabulary words #2
haole
winced
slick
flat-out
Hawaiian word for white person
suddenly changed one's facial expression after remembering so…
wet and slippery
completely
haole
Hawaiian word for white person
winced
suddenly changed one's facial expression after remembering so…
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Independent Reading Vocabulary, ESOL II
stupendous
slogan
battery
doublethink
remarkable; extraordinary; remarkably large or extraordinaril…
a short, catchy phrase that conveys an important idea
A device that converts chemical energy to electrical energy
Having two opposing thoughts that you think are both true
stupendous
remarkable; extraordinary; remarkably large or extraordinaril…
slogan
a short, catchy phrase that conveys an important idea
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ESOL 070 Chapter 8 Reading Vocabulary
addicted (adj.)
adulthood (n.)
adult (n.)
advantage (n.)
liking something so much that you do not want to stop doing i…
the time when you are an adult
a fully-grown person, or one who is considered to be legally…
something that helps you to be more successful than others
addicted (adj.)
liking something so much that you do not want to stop doing i…
adulthood (n.)
the time when you are an adult
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Esol vocabulary words
Banish
Scandal
Debris
Doomed
Send someone away from a country.
An action that is legally wrong.
The pieces that are left after something has been destroyed.
Very bad events.
Banish
Send someone away from a country.
Scandal
An action that is legally wrong.
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Esol vocabulary words
Inquire
Determine
Academic
Goals
Ask for information from someone
Find out the facts about something
A teacher in a college or university
Something that you hope to achieve in the future
Inquire
Ask for information from someone
Determine
Find out the facts about something
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Vocabulary words for ESOL 1230
Analogy
Chocolate fondue
Cognitive
Confucius
a similarity or comparison between two different things and t…
two product that you might cook in a double broiler.
concerned with thinking or perceiving.
Chinese philosopher and teacher.
Analogy
a similarity or comparison between two different things and t…
Chocolate fondue
two product that you might cook in a double broiler.
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ESOL Vocabulary Words 14 March
contrast
contribute
declare
democracy
The state of being noticeably different from something else w…
To give
to make known; to state openly
A political system in which the supreme power lies in a body…
contrast
The state of being noticeably different from something else w…
contribute
To give
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ESOL 0725 Chapter 7 vocabulary reading 1
Trace
Contaminate
Dispose
Reveal
Small mark or sign (noun)
To make impure (verb)
To give a tendency or to give a place (verb)
To show something (verb)
Trace
Small mark or sign (noun)
Contaminate
To make impure (verb)
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ESOL 1 set vocabulary words
Welcoming
Hospitable
kind
academic
Friendly
Outgoing
gentle
intellectual
Welcoming
Friendly
Hospitable
Outgoing
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ESOL 9 vocabulary words 7 March
catastrophe
chronological
citizen
civilization
a large-scale disaster, misfortune, or failure
arranged in order of time
Someone who is legally considered to be a member of a country.
A society with cities, a central government, job specializati…
catastrophe
a large-scale disaster, misfortune, or failure
chronological
arranged in order of time
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SOHS ESOL - academic vocabulary - words 31 - 40
convincing
define
demonstrate
demonstration
causing someone to believe something is true
to explain the exact meaning of a particular word or idea
show clearly
a visual presentation showing how something works
convincing
causing someone to believe something is true
define
to explain the exact meaning of a particular word or idea
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ESOL 9 Vocabulary Words 21 March
exaggerate
exhaust
expression
extend
To describe something as larger or greater than it really is.
Comprehensive, thorough, exhausting a topic or subject, accou…
indication of feeling in the face, ... The act of putting into w…
to lengthen
exaggerate
To describe something as larger or greater than it really is.
exhaust
Comprehensive, thorough, exhausting a topic or subject, accou…
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ESOL 095 AWL Vocabulary Words for Quiz 2
gaze
severe
reprimand
eliminate
to look at slowly and steadily
serious or extreme
to scold; to lecture
get rid of
gaze
to look at slowly and steadily
severe
serious or extreme
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ESOL 9 Vocabulary Words April 25
history
hypothesis
insists
irrigate
(n) The study of past events
(n) A scientific explanation for a set of observations that c…
(v) refuses to stop; She insists on asking her parents to let…
(v) to supply (dry land) with water by means of ditches, pipe…
history
(n) The study of past events
hypothesis
(n) A scientific explanation for a set of observations that c…
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SOHS ESOL - academic vocabulary - Words 11 - 20
aware
beneficial
benefit
cause
knowing about something
helpful; useful
an advantage or improvement
to make something happen
aware
knowing about something
beneficial
helpful; useful
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ESOL Vocabulary Words Level 3-4
swarm
declare
excel
agony
move somewhere in large numbers
say something in a solemn and emphatic manner
be exceptionally good at or proficient in an activity or subj…
extreme physical or mental suffering
swarm
move somewhere in large numbers
declare
say something in a solemn and emphatic manner
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ESOL II: 20 VOCABULARY WORDS FOR THE EXAM
avoiding
ordinary
Slaugther
Lamb
ignoring someone.
normal.
Kill someone, murder
The son of the sheep
avoiding
ignoring someone.
ordinary
normal.
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9M1 ESOL Vocabulary words #2
Abstract
Adhere
Advocate
Deliberately
An idea that is not concrete or specfic
Keep doing or believing the same thing
Speak in favor to
Purposely
Abstract
An idea that is not concrete or specfic
Adhere
Keep doing or believing the same thing
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ESOL 095 AWL Vocabulary Word Set Quiz 3
solely
lenient
climate
child-rearing
exclusively
easy-going; relaxed
the usual weather of a region
raising children; bringing up children
solely
exclusively
lenient
easy-going; relaxed
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ESOL 9 vocabulary words 7 March/Without Image
catastrophe
chronological
citizen
civilization
a large-scale disaster, misfortune, or failure
arranged in order of time
Someone who is legally considered to be a member of a country.
A society with cities, a central government, job specializati…
catastrophe
a large-scale disaster, misfortune, or failure
chronological
arranged in order of time
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Reading Vocabulary Words
advanced
mood
comfort
peculiar
to move something or someone forward
a state of feeling
to cause someone to feel less worried
not normal
advanced
to move something or someone forward
mood
a state of feeling
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#7 Vocabulary Words-Reading
mood
symbolism
onomatopoeia
simile
a particular feeling
something that represents something as a symbol
a word that represents a sound
comparing 2 things using the words like or as
mood
a particular feeling
symbolism
something that represents something as a symbol
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STAAR Reading Vocabulary Words
Setting
conflict
theme
chronological order
Where and when the story takes place
the problem in the story
the central idea or message of a work, the insight it offers…
the time order in which events happen
Setting
Where and when the story takes place
conflict
the problem in the story
vocabulary warm-up word list pg30 ESOL quiz grade
bloomers
clotheslines
conceive
contributed
old-fashioned women's underwear
lines or ropes for air-drying laundry
to form an idea of something in the mind
donated
bloomers
old-fashioned women's underwear
clotheslines
lines or ropes for air-drying laundry
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Reading Vocabulary Words
Main idea
Inference
Summary
Forshadow
what a piece of writing is mainly about
A conclusion one can draw from the presented details.
A retelling of the most important parts of what was read.
the use of clues to hint at events that will occur later in t…
Main idea
what a piece of writing is mainly about
Inference
A conclusion one can draw from the presented details.
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Vocabulary Words 1st Reading
splendid
achieved
vexation
insidious
magnificent; very impressive.
reach or attain
being annoyed, frustrated, or worried.
doing what you should be doing but by doing so it has harmful…
splendid
magnificent; very impressive.
achieved
reach or attain
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STAAR Reading Vocabulary words
alliteration
antagonist
author's message
claim
Repetition of initial consonant sounds
A character or force working against the main character
What the author is trying to tell the audience; author's main…
a position on an issue or problem
alliteration
Repetition of initial consonant sounds
antagonist
A character or force working against the main character
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Vocabulary words (Reading)
Emancipate
Manacles
Manager
Mandate
to set free to lend; a hand in freely someone; to release fro…
HANDCUFF'S
a person who has the upper hand; a person who is in charge of…
an order or command placed in one's hands.
Emancipate
to set free to lend; a hand in freely someone; to release fro…
Manacles
HANDCUFF'S
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Vocabulary about words and reading
synonyms (n)
opposites (n)
vowels (n)
spell (v)
Two words are _________ if they have the same meaning. (Examp…
Two words are _________ if they have very, very, very differe…
In English, the letters A, E, I, O and U are ______.
If you _____ a word correctly, you use the right letters in t…
synonyms (n)
Two words are _________ if they have the same meaning. (Examp…
opposites (n)
Two words are _________ if they have very, very, very differe…
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Strategic Reading Vocabulary Words
Subdued
Seethed
Warily
Cringe
Quieted
Boiled
Suspiciously; carefully
Pull away
Subdued
Quieted
Seethed
Boiled
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Reading Vocabulary Words
title
author
quotation marks
genre
the name given to a book, story, movie
the person that wrote a story or book
the type of story or book
title
the name given to a book, story, movie
author
the person that wrote a story or book
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reading vocabulary words
Non
Non-fiction
fiction
connotations
prefix that means not-changes the meaning of the work it is i…
a story that is true - not made up - informational
not true - it is a novel/story that is made up
the meaning of the word changes according to the context it i…
Non
prefix that means not-changes the meaning of the work it is i…
Non-fiction
a story that is true - not made up - informational
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Reading Vocabulary Words
resistance
rickety
roamed
vast
force
not very strong
walked around
large amount
resistance
force
rickety
not very strong
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Vocabulary Lesson 2 Reading Words
analogy
classic
diction
figurative
A comparison of two different things that are similar in some…
an author or work thought to be of the highest rank
A writer's or speaker's choice of words
language that includes figures of speech such as similies
analogy
A comparison of two different things that are similar in some…
classic
an author or work thought to be of the highest rank
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Strategic Reading Vocabulary Words
solemnly
taken aback
unrelenting
mutely
without a smile; cheerlessly
surprised; shocked
refusing to give in
silently;wordlessly
solemnly
without a smile; cheerlessly
taken aback
surprised; shocked
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vocabulary words reading 96.
incarcerated
affluent
avid
elicit
To put in a prison or jail
Rich, wealthy
Devoted
to bring out; to call forth
incarcerated
To put in a prison or jail
affluent
Rich, wealthy
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Reading Vocabulary Words
elective
scowl
quiver
ferocity
an optional academic course or subject
to look angry by drawing eyebrows together and frowning
to shake with a slight, rapid movement
extreme fierceness, intensity
elective
an optional academic course or subject
scowl
to look angry by drawing eyebrows together and frowning
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Reading Vocabulary Words
Cause and Effect
Contrast
Compare
Sequence
An action (cause) that bris about a result (effect)
To show how two or more ideas or events are different.
To show how two or more ideas or events are similar.
Putting one thing are another in logical order.
Cause and Effect
An action (cause) that bris about a result (effect)
Contrast
To show how two or more ideas or events are different.
Vocabulary Words Reading 96
Idyllic
Perilous
indigent
fallacious
charming in a rustic way; naturally peaceful
dangerous
Poor
False
Idyllic
charming in a rustic way; naturally peaceful
Perilous
dangerous
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Reading Vocabulary words
Revelation
Mortality
Allusion
Temperamental
The sudden realization of something previously unknown.
A condition of being mortal (able to die)
A statement that refers to something without directly mention…
Unpredictable behavior.
Revelation
The sudden realization of something previously unknown.
Mortality
A condition of being mortal (able to die)
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Reading Vocabulary Words
Author's Purpose
Structural Organization
Context Clues
Fiction
The reason an author writes something. Persuade, Inform, Ente…
How the author organizes the writing for understanding
Words all around the unknown word. Sentences, paragraphs
Made-up stories; characters, setting, problem, plot, solution…
Author's Purpose
The reason an author writes something. Persuade, Inform, Ente…
Structural Organization
How the author organizes the writing for understanding
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Words for Reading and Academic Vocabulary
herbivore
carnivore
narrate
expository text
plant eaters
meat eaters
to tell a story
texts that inform--you learn explicitly or clearly although m…
herbivore
plant eaters
carnivore
meat eaters
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Reading Vocabulary Words
central idea
theme
main idea
story elements
The most important or central thought of a text.
The underlying meaning of a text. Sometimes it is directly st…
In informational or expository writing, the most important th…
Basic parts of a story: plot, character, setting, theme, etc.
central idea
The most important or central thought of a text.
theme
The underlying meaning of a text. Sometimes it is directly st…
READING VOCABULARY WORDS
Excruciating
Endangerment
Liability
Optimistic
The use of few words to convoy much information.
The state of not being protected from injury, harm, or evil.
The state of being legally responsible for something or someo…
A feeling or belief that good things will happen.
Excruciating
The use of few words to convoy much information.
Endangerment
The state of not being protected from injury, harm, or evil.
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Reading Vocabulary Words
Antagonist
Character
Climax
Denouement
A person who struggles against or competes with another.
The individual nature of some person or thing.
The most interesting or highest point in a story.
The end or resolution to a story.
Antagonist
A person who struggles against or competes with another.
Character
The individual nature of some person or thing.
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Vocabulary Words Reading
autobiography
folk tale
historical fiction
fable
An account of a person's life written by that person
A tale circulated by word of mouth among the common folk
A type of realistic fiction that takes place in a particular…
A brief story that leads to a moral, often using animals as c…
autobiography
An account of a person's life written by that person
folk tale
A tale circulated by word of mouth among the common folk
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Reading Book Vocabulary Words
elusive
abundant
majestically
collisison
always escaping
more than alot
grandly
Coming together with a sudden violent crash
elusive
always escaping
abundant
more than alot
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Reading Vocabulary Words & Terms
jeopardy
stable
scrounged
spiteful
danger
steady
to search for
malicious
jeopardy
danger
stable
steady
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reading vocabulary words
pounding
bend
reach
damage
crashing
to cause something to curve
to get as far as
harm
pounding
crashing
bend
to cause something to curve
8 terms
Reading vocabulary words
Hair
mammals
litter
stayed
Covered with hair
Animals that give birth to live babies.
a group of baby animals born at the same time
remained in one place
Hair
Covered with hair
mammals
Animals that give birth to live babies.
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