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100 terms
100 SAT Words First Semester GSMST (Freshman Language Arts)
acclaim
accolade
adamant
advocate
To Praise
An expression of respect for special merit; an award
Refusing to be persuaded
a person who argues for a support or cause
acclaim
To Praise
accolade
An expression of respect for special merit; an award
27 terms
SAT Vocabulary M-N-O for Language Arts 12, Miller
Oscillate
Nubile
Omniscient
Mnemotic
To alternate between two or more points/opinions
Sexually mature and/or preparing for marriage
Having absolute knowledge
Meant to aid in memory
Oscillate
To alternate between two or more points/opinions
Nubile
Sexually mature and/or preparing for marriage
44 terms
SAT Vocabulary E-F-G for Language Arts 12, Miller
Futility
Evasive
Egregious
Grandeur
is characterized by uselessness; impractical or vainly
is prone to hiding; deliberately ambiguous speech
is flagrantly incorrect; an error that stands out dramatically
is quality of being grand; extravagance in appearance
Futility
is characterized by uselessness; impractical or vainly
Evasive
is prone to hiding; deliberately ambiguous speech
100 terms
100 SAT Words First Semester GSMST (Freshman Language Arts)
acclaim
accolade
adamant
advocate
To Praise
An expression of respect for special merit; an award
Refusing to be persuaded
a person who argues for a support or cause
acclaim
To Praise
accolade
An expression of respect for special merit; an award
100 terms
100 SAT Words Second Semester GSMST (Freshman Language Arts)
acclaim
accolade
adamant
advocate
To Praise
An expression of respect for special merit; an award
Refusing to be persuaded
support
acclaim
To Praise
accolade
An expression of respect for special merit; an award
51 terms
Language Arts
ann,enn
aqu
aud
bene
year,yearly
water
sound
good, well
ann,enn
year,yearly
aqu
water
100 terms
100 SAT Words Second Semester GSMST (Freshman Language Arts)
acclaim
accolade
adamant
advocate
To Praise
An expression of respect for special merit; an award
Refusing to be persuaded
support
acclaim
To Praise
accolade
An expression of respect for special merit; an award
11 terms
Language Arts
brusque
cordial
dignity
hospitable
Rough and short in manner of speech; abrupt; curt
warm and friendly
A: a calm manner indicating self-respect and worthless... B: a…
open and welcoming
brusque
Rough and short in manner of speech; abrupt; curt
cordial
warm and friendly
18 terms
Language Arts
Language Arts
Basic Math and Advanced Math
Spanish and English
Social Studies
Language Arts
Basic Math and Advanced Math
52 terms
Language Arts
Active voice
Alliteration
Allusion
Analyze
when the verb of a sentence is in the active voice, the subje…
repetition of consonants at the beginning of words. Ex. -Fred…
quick, unclear, or vague mention of something (I am no Prince…
to examine carefully and in detail so as to identify causes,…
Active voice
when the verb of a sentence is in the active voice, the subje…
Alliteration
repetition of consonants at the beginning of words. Ex. -Fred…
100 terms
GSMST Freshmen Language Arts - First Semester 100 SAT Words
Abstruse
Adroit
Aloof
Ambivalence
(adj.)Difficult to understand; obscure
(adj.) Clever or skillful in using the hands or mind
(adj.) Not friendly or forthcoming; cool and distant; not inv…
(n) The state of having mixed feelings or contradictory ideas…
Abstruse
(adj.)Difficult to understand; obscure
Adroit
(adj.) Clever or skillful in using the hands or mind
19 terms
Language arts
Direct object
Direct address
Subject
Predicate
Receives the action verb for example: Brandon crushed a rock
Person spoken to for example: Stop that , Caleb.
Who or what the sentence is about
What the subject is or does
Direct object
Receives the action verb for example: Brandon crushed a rock
Direct address
Person spoken to for example: Stop that , Caleb.
100 terms
100 SAT Words First Semester GSMST (Freshman Language Arts)
acclaim
accolade
adamant
advocate
To Praise
An expression of respect for special merit; an award
Refusing to be persuaded
a person who argues for a support or cause
acclaim
To Praise
accolade
An expression of respect for special merit; an award
100 terms
100 SAT Words First Semester GSMST (Freshman Language Arts)
acclaim
accolade
adamant
advocate
To Praise
An expression of respect for special merit; an award
Refusing to be persuaded
a person who argues for a support or cause
acclaim
To Praise
accolade
An expression of respect for special merit; an award
29 terms
language arts
LITERARY DEVICES
NOUN
ADJECTIVE
VERB
BUILDING BLOCKS OF A LANGUAGE... EX: NOUN, ADJECTIVE, VERB
PERSON, PLACE, THING EX: STUDENT, COLLEGE, NOTEBOOK
DESCRIBES A NOUN EX: TALL STUDENT, GRAYSON COLLEGE, BLUE NOTE…
WORD THAT INDICATES ACTION EX: TO WALK, TO EAT, TO STUDY.
LITERARY DEVICES
BUILDING BLOCKS OF A LANGUAGE... EX: NOUN, ADJECTIVE, VERB
NOUN
PERSON, PLACE, THING EX: STUDENT, COLLEGE, NOTEBOOK
60 terms
language arts
acute
appreciative
cavity
consider
sharp,keen, quick, intelligent
having or showing gratitude
vacant space a hole
to think carefully about something before making a decision
acute
sharp,keen, quick, intelligent
appreciative
having or showing gratitude
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
11 terms
language arts
exasperate
disdainfully
sabbath
synagogue
to make someone very angry or annoyed
full of strong feelings of dislike or disapproval for somethi…
the seventh day of the week observed for rest and worship
a building used for Jewish religious services
exasperate
to make someone very angry or annoyed
disdainfully
full of strong feelings of dislike or disapproval for somethi…
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
Language Arts Parts of Speech
noun
proper noun
common noun
pronoun
person, place, thing, or idea
a specific person, place, thing or idea; starts with a capita…
a general person, place, thing, or idea; starts with a lowerc…
a word that takes the place of a noun
noun
person, place, thing, or idea
proper noun
a specific person, place, thing or idea; starts with a capita…
100 terms
GSMST Freshmen Language Arts - First Semester 100 SAT Words
Abstruse
Adroit
aloof
ambivalence
Difficult to understand
Skill in use of bodily and mental powers
Not in sympathy with or desiring to associate with others
The state of having mixed feelings or contradictory ideas abo…
Abstruse
Difficult to understand
Adroit
Skill in use of bodily and mental powers
43 terms
SAT Vocabulary Final Exam Part 2 for Language Arts 12, Miller
Chivalrous
Construe
Copious
Goad
Honorable
To translate or analyse structurally
Abundant; large or generous in extent
To stimulate, urge or prod
Chivalrous
Honorable
Construe
To translate or analyse structurally
15 terms
Language Arts/Writing
subject
predicate
verb
Declarative sentence
who or what the sentence is about
what the subject is or does
the word or words in a sentence that express action or state…
a sentence that states a fact... Example: It was raining on Sund…
subject
who or what the sentence is about
predicate
what the subject is or does
14 terms
Language Arts
Relegate(v)
Assertion(n)
Tentative ( adjective)
Secularized (v)
To send or to consign to an inferior position, place, or cond…
A positive statement or Declaration, often without support or…
Unsure; uncertain; not definite or positive; hesitant
Two separate from religious or spiritual connections.
Relegate(v)
To send or to consign to an inferior position, place, or cond…
Assertion(n)
A positive statement or Declaration, often without support or…
5 terms
Language Arts
Intractable
Disgorged
Charismatic
Ken
Not easily controlled or directed
To eject or throw out
Having an influence or authority over large numbers of people
Range or sight or vision
Intractable
Not easily controlled or directed
Disgorged
To eject or throw out
50 terms
SAT Vocabulary Final Exam Part 1 for Language Arts 12, Miller
Effrontery
Egocentric
Egregious
Elocution
Is impudent boldness; shameless audacity
Is selfish
Is flagrantly incorrect; an error that stands out drama
Is an individual's style of public speech; manner in which sp…
Effrontery
Is impudent boldness; shameless audacity
Egocentric
Is selfish
6 terms
Language arts
Analyze
Compare
Explain
integrate
break something down methodically ... (a baker would need to ana…
Identify similarities or differences between items
provide reason for what happened or for ones actions
make whole by combining the different parts into one
Analyze
break something down methodically ... (a baker would need to ana…
Compare
Identify similarities or differences between items
8 terms
Language Arts
Static
Dynamic
Round
Flat
Stays the same does not change
A character who becomes different. Experiences an internal ch…
Complex layered. Deep. Many sides to them.
Predictable, simple.
Static
Stays the same does not change
Dynamic
A character who becomes different. Experiences an internal ch…
11 terms
EL Language Arts
fluency
sentence
punctuation
paragraph
la fluidez
una frase
la puntuación
el párrafo
fluency
la fluidez
sentence
una frase
18 terms
Language Arts Terms to Know
noun
verb
acronym
adverb
A person, place, thing, or idea
An action word
A word formed from the first letter of each word in a series
Describes a verb
noun
A person, place, thing, or idea
verb
An action word
10 terms
Academic Language Language Arts
paraphrase
summarize
synonym
antonym
being able to express the meaning of something written or spo…
to give a brief statement of the main points of something (v)…
a word or phrase that means exactly the same as another word…
a word opposite in meaning (n); For example: bad and good
paraphrase
being able to express the meaning of something written or spo…
summarize
to give a brief statement of the main points of something (v)…
21 terms
Language Arts
adjective
adverb
gerund
transitive verb
describes nouns or pronouns by answering "what kind?", "which…
modifies verbs, adjectives, and other adverbs, answer "how?",…
the -ing form of a verb when functioning as a noun
verb accompanied by a direct object
adjective
describes nouns or pronouns by answering "what kind?", "which…
adverb
modifies verbs, adjectives, and other adverbs, answer "how?",…
8 terms
Language Arts
name the singular pronouns
name the singular pronouns
name the singular pronouns
name the singular pronouns
another; Everyone;... nothing; anybody
everything; one; anyone... little
other; anything; much; somebody;
each; neither; someone; either
name the singular pronouns
another; Everyone;... nothing; anybody
name the singular pronouns
everything; one; anyone... little
20 terms
language Arts
flammable
noticeable
available
collectible
easily set on fire
you can see it very well
ready to use
having a lot of the same stuff
flammable
easily set on fire
noticeable
you can see it very well
13 terms
Language Arts
Innocuously
Simultaneous
voracious
Salient
Definition:... not harmful or offensive... Synonyms:... Harmless
Definition:... occurring, operating, or done at the same time.…
Definition:... wanting or devouring great quantities of food.... S…
Definition:... most noticeable or important.... Synonym:... Important…
Innocuously
Definition:... not harmful or offensive... Synonyms:... Harmless
Simultaneous
Definition:... occurring, operating, or done at the same time.…
12 terms
8th Grade Language Arts
genre
literary text
literary device
textual evidence
type of writing, like poetry, short story, novel, etc.
important and valuable writing (famous old novels, etc.)
special technique used in writing, like imagery or figurative…
direct words from the text that help support your ideas
genre
type of writing, like poetry, short story, novel, etc.
literary text
important and valuable writing (famous old novels, etc.)
27 terms
language arts
affix
almanac
analogy
appositive
a prefix or suffix
n. A series of tables giving the days of the week together wi…
A similarity or comparison between two different things or th…
Noun Phrase..modifies the noun set next to it., A noun or nou…
affix
a prefix or suffix
almanac
n. A series of tables giving the days of the week together wi…
20 terms
Language arts
wealth (n)
unpaid debts (n)
a steep, narrow waterfall (n)
to shrink back in fear (v)
affluence
arrears
cascade
cringe
wealth (n)
affluence
unpaid debts (n)
arrears
15 terms
Language Arts
Voracious
Pragmatic
Avaricious
Drivel
Having or showing a tendency to eat very large amount of food.
Dealing with things sensibly and realiscally in way that is b…
Characterized by avarice.
To talk very foolish or silly way.
Voracious
Having or showing a tendency to eat very large amount of food.
Pragmatic
Dealing with things sensibly and realiscally in way that is b…
33 terms
Language Arts
Synonym
Antonyms
Homonym
Prefixes
A word or phrase that means the same as another word or phrase.
A word opposite to another
Word having the same spelling but different meaning
Words, letters, or numbers placed before another
Synonym
A word or phrase that means the same as another word or phrase.
Antonyms
A word opposite to another
10 terms
language arts
finicky
dispute
ambled
delved
fussy and extremely careful
an argument
walked easily without hurrying
searched
finicky
fussy and extremely careful
dispute
an argument
25 terms
Language Arts: Academic Language
cite
text evidence
subhead
margin
make reference to or to give credit
to use specific details or parts of a text to prove a stateme…
a heading of a smaller section of a text
space on either side of a text
cite
make reference to or to give credit
text evidence
to use specific details or parts of a text to prove a stateme…
50 terms
Academic Language for Language Arts
Purpose
Refer
Relate
Relevant
(n) reason for doing something
(v) have to do with or be relevant to;send or direct someone…
(v) show connection between ideas and events
(adj.) connected with or related to the matter at hand; impor…
Purpose
(n) reason for doing something
Refer
(v) have to do with or be relevant to;send or direct someone…
80 terms
Language Arts Important Terms
setting
exposition
protagonist
antagonist
time and place... can help create the mood
beginning of story where you are introduced to characters, se…
main character (usually the good guy, but not always the case)
character who opposes or goes against the protagonist
setting
time and place... can help create the mood
exposition
beginning of story where you are introduced to characters, se…
4th Grade Language Arts
stowaways
dire
rogue
imperative
someone who hides on a ship, airplane, etc., in order to trav…
causing great fear or worry
a person who is dishonest or immoral
very important
stowaways
someone who hides on a ship, airplane, etc., in order to trav…
dire
causing great fear or worry
49 terms
language arts
Penultimate
Pride
sedated
captivity
second to last
a feeling of deep pleasure or satisfacation
being under a drug that makes you feel very relaxed
being in prison or confined
Penultimate
second to last
Pride
a feeling of deep pleasure or satisfacation
14 terms
Language Arts
Noun
Verb
Pronoun
Adjective
Person, place or thing
a word used to describe an action, state, or occurrence, and…
a word that can function by itself as a noun phrase and that…
a word or phrase naming an attribute, added to or grammatical…
Noun
Person, place or thing
Verb
a word used to describe an action, state, or occurrence, and…
22 terms
Language Arts
adjectives
noun
verbs
pronouns
describing words (ex: pretty, tiny, large)
person, place, thing or idea (ex: boy, girl, store, school)
words that show action (ex: run, hop, skip)
words that replace nouns (ex: he, she, it, we, they, us, them…
adjectives
describing words (ex: pretty, tiny, large)
noun
person, place, thing or idea (ex: boy, girl, store, school)
10 terms
Language Arts Vocab
Expunge
Chattel
Aloof
Cerebral
to remove; to delete; to erase
an item of personal; movable; property; slave
distant, reserved in manner; uninvolved
of or relating to the brain; an intellectual person
Expunge
to remove; to delete; to erase
Chattel
an item of personal; movable; property; slave
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
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