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15 terms
Language arts
Collapse
Conceive
Incline
Intrinsically
To fall apart is to collapse
To develop to think or believe
Learning toward ( a belief ) is an incline
To do in a way that is fundamentally apart of your nature
Collapse
To fall apart is to collapse
Conceive
To develop to think or believe
11 terms
Language Arts
Characters
Setting
Plot
Conclusion
the people or animals in a story
Time and place where story takes place
The order of events in a story
The end
Characters
the people or animals in a story
Setting
Time and place where story takes place
14 terms
Language Arts
Alliteration
Connotation
Dennotation
Figurative Language
The repetition of the same or very similar consonant sounds i…
The feelings and associations that have come to be attached t…
The book definition or the exact and literal meaning of a wor…
Words or phases that go beyond the literal meaning of words t…
Alliteration
The repetition of the same or very similar consonant sounds i…
Connotation
The feelings and associations that have come to be attached t…
10 terms
Language Arts
Addicted
Comprehensive
Marketing
Reinvigorate
having a (usually bad) habit
thorough; complete
presenting of materials in such a way that people will want t…
to fill (something) with the strength or energy it once posse…
Addicted
having a (usually bad) habit
Comprehensive
thorough; complete
language arts
ordinary
support
perform
formal
ordinary
support
20 terms
Language arts
Vile
Pandemonium
Belfry
Reproachful
Extremely unpleasant.
Chaos.
The part of a bell tower or steeple in which bells are housed.
Expressing disapproval or disappointment.
Vile
Extremely unpleasant.
Pandemonium
Chaos.
10 terms
Language Arts
Accommodation... Noun
Bloated ... Adj
Dysfunctional... Adj
Furrowed... Adj,verb
Lodgings or a place to stay such as a room in a hotel
Become swollen or puffed up
Not functioning normally
Wrinkled or creased as on the forehead
Accommodation... Noun
Lodgings or a place to stay such as a room in a hotel
Bloated ... Adj
Become swollen or puffed up
12 terms
Language Arts
Paraphrase
Plagiarism
Analyze
Evaluate
(v.) to restate in other words; (n.)a statement that presents…
a piece of writing that has been copied from someone else and…
Examine methodically and in detail the constitution or struct…
Examine and judge carefully.
Paraphrase
(v.) to restate in other words; (n.)a statement that presents…
Plagiarism
a piece of writing that has been copied from someone else and…
14 terms
Language Arts
organizing features
Text divisions
graphics
special formatting
such as a table of contents, glossary, index, and references.
such as introductions, summaries, sections with headings, foo…
that present information in visual format, such as diagrams,…
such as bold face italics, numbered or bulleted text, or the…
organizing features
such as a table of contents, glossary, index, and references.
Text divisions
such as introductions, summaries, sections with headings, foo…
8 terms
Language Arts
Noun
Proper Noun
Singular Plural
Plural Nouns
names a person, place, and thing
begins with a capital letter
names one person, place, or thing
names more person, place, or thing
Noun
names a person, place, and thing
Proper Noun
begins with a capital letter
Language Arts
Alliteration
Antagonist
Allusion
Assonance
repetition of the initial consonant sounds... in a sentence or p…
character that is the source of conflict in a... literary work.
Reference to something well known that exists outside of the…
Repetition of vowel sounds followed by different consonant so…
Alliteration
repetition of the initial consonant sounds... in a sentence or p…
Antagonist
character that is the source of conflict in a... literary work.
42 terms
Language Arts
Expect
Expectation
Inspect
Expire
to look forward to
looking forward or anticipating
to look carefully at
to come to an end
Expect
to look forward to
Expectation
looking forward or anticipating
25 terms
Language Arts
fiction
characters
characterization
setting
writing comes from an author's imagination
the people, animal, or imaginary creatures that take part in…
the personality of a character and the method the author uses…
the time and place in which a story takes place
fiction
writing comes from an author's imagination
characters
the people, animal, or imaginary creatures that take part in…
8 terms
Language Arts
Simile
Metaphor
Personification
Hyperbole
Comparison of two things using like,as,than,or resembles
Two things without like,as,then,and resembles
Giving human traits to objects or ideas
Exaggerating to show strong ideas
Simile
Comparison of two things using like,as,than,or resembles
Metaphor
Two things without like,as,then,and resembles
39 terms
Language Arts
Simile
Metaphor
Idiom
Adage
A comparison using like or as
A comparison between two things that doesn't use like or as.…
An expression that cannot be understood if taken literally (e…
(n.) A wise old saying
Simile
A comparison using like or as
Metaphor
A comparison between two things that doesn't use like or as.…
10 terms
language arts
disgrace
madras
mutterd
cowlick
loss of respect
a light cotton they used back in the 60s for pants, shirts, d…
spoke in low tones
a tuft of hair that grows in a direction
disgrace
loss of respect
madras
a light cotton they used back in the 60s for pants, shirts, d…
15 terms
Language Arts
Simile
personification
hyberbole
metaphor
A comparison using "like" or "as"
A figure of speech in which an object or animal is given huma…
a figure of speech using deliberate exaggeration or overstate…
figure of speech comparing two different things
Simile
A comparison using "like" or "as"
personification
A figure of speech in which an object or animal is given huma…
22 terms
Language Arts
Noun
Pronoun
Verb
Adjective
name of a person, place, or thing
a word in place of a noun
shows what action someone or something is doing
describes a person place or thing
Noun
name of a person, place, or thing
Pronoun
a word in place of a noun
14 terms
Language Arts
Acceptable
accommodate
collectible
definitely
Starts with an A
Acceptable
accommodate
Starts with an A
language arts
all right
goodnight
roommate
backpack
everything is correct
salutation to
a person that shares a room with another person
bag to carry books and other things
all right
everything is correct
goodnight
salutation to
20 terms
language arts
courageous
ridiculous
hazardous
argument
being brave
doing something really weird but funny
something dangerous
disagreeing on something
courageous
being brave
ridiculous
doing something really weird but funny
20 terms
Language arts
justify
jury
judicial
critical
to prove or to offer
a group who gets the truth
the consituitional law
focused, carefull, serious
justify
to prove or to offer
jury
a group who gets the truth
Language Arts
Hero journey
Lit. Circles
bewildered
reflective
we read a certain amount of pages a week and do work on it
Hero journey
Lit. Circles
we read a certain amount of pages a week and do work on it
25 terms
Language Arts
fiction
theme
plot
charcaters
made up, not real
a message, the lesson you should take away from the story
sequence of events that make up a story
a person, animal or object that has a role in the story
fiction
made up, not real
theme
a message, the lesson you should take away from the story
16 terms
Language Arts
compound/complex
complex
simple
compound
has a comma and a conjunction
comma (,) in a sentence/ has to have a subordinate clause
one complete subject and a complete predicate in a sentence
when you formed 2 sentences into 1 full sentence
compound/complex
has a comma and a conjunction
complex
comma (,) in a sentence/ has to have a subordinate clause
20 terms
Language Arts
Conspicuous
Bewildered
Conceal
Awed
Easily seen or noticed.
Completely puzzled or confused; perplex.
To hide.
Filled with or expressing an overwhelming feeling of admirati…
Conspicuous
Easily seen or noticed.
Bewildered
Completely puzzled or confused; perplex.
20 terms
Language arts
Abduct
Ambiguous
Balk
Compact
(v.) to kidnap, carry off by force
(adj.) not clear; having two or more possible meanings
(v.) to stop short and refuse to go on; to refuse abruptly; t…
(Adj.) closely and firmly packed together;small; (v.)to squee…
Abduct
(v.) to kidnap, carry off by force
Ambiguous
(adj.) not clear; having two or more possible meanings
9 terms
LANGUAGE ARTS
helping verb
subject
adjective
dozen
동사
주제
형용사, 현용사
12개
helping verb
동사
subject
주제
27 terms
2nd grade, Language Arts
Adjective
Adverb
Pronoun
Dictionary
A word that describes.
Describes a verb.
A word that takes the place of a noun.
A book that has definitions of words.
Adjective
A word that describes.
Adverb
Describes a verb.
10 terms
Language arts
effective
inference
conclusion
similar
effectual; producing a strong response; striking; in operatio…
A conclusion reached on the basis of evidence and reasoning
A summary based on evidence or facts
almost the same but not exactly the same
effective
effectual; producing a strong response; striking; in operatio…
inference
A conclusion reached on the basis of evidence and reasoning
39 terms
Language Arts
Character
Simile
Setting
Irony
The mental and moral qualities distinctive to an individual.
A figure of speech involving the comparison of one thing with…
The place or type of surroundings where something is position…
The expression of one's meaning by using language that normal…
Character
The mental and moral qualities distinctive to an individual.
Simile
A figure of speech involving the comparison of one thing with…
180 terms
language arts
apparel
besiege
compress
disptach
fancy clothes
attack by surrounding; to cause trouble
to make smaller.... a cloth on a wound.
to send an assassin quickly
apparel
fancy clothes
besiege
attack by surrounding; to cause trouble
24 terms
Language arts
Transfer
Different
Conference
Construction
Move from one place to another
Not the same as another or each other
A formal meeting for discussion
The building of something, typically a large structure
Transfer
Move from one place to another
Different
Not the same as another or each other
25 terms
Language arts
Crackle
Accommodate
Delirious
Squeaked
[ˈkrak(ə)l] verb. ... Make a rapid succession of slight crackin…
[əˈkäməˌdāt] verb.... (of physical space, especially a building…
[dəˈlirēəs] adjective.... in an acutely disturbed state of mind…
[skwēk] verb.... make a high-pitched sound or cry... "... Fred sni…
Crackle
[ˈkrak(ə)l] verb. ... Make a rapid succession of slight crackin…
Accommodate
[əˈkäməˌdāt] verb.... (of physical space, especially a building…
20 terms
language arts
persist
puny
quibble
ratify
refuse or stop or be changed
less than normal strength or size
a petty objection
approve
persist
refuse or stop or be changed
puny
less than normal strength or size
12 terms
Language arts
spec
orphan
envy
rustling
look
child without parents
jealous
shaking
spec
look
orphan
child without parents
12 terms
Language arts
dialogue
Time manipulation devices
Flashback
Conversations between characters
Flashback, flash forward, frame story
events that took place earlier interrupt the story's action
dialogue
Conversations between characters
Time manipulation devices
Flashback, flash forward, frame story
10 terms
language arts
adroit
aesthetic
agog
ambivalance
skillfull
artistic
highly excited
indesision
adroit
skillfull
aesthetic
artistic
8 terms
Language Arts
compounded
concussion
slackening
savagely
added up
a jarring or slamming
slowing down: becoming less intense
fiercely, ferociously, or cruelly
compounded
added up
concussion
a jarring or slamming
10 terms
Language Arts 10 Vocabulary
admonish
breach
brigand
circumspect
(v.) to caution against something
(n.) a violation
(n) a bandit or robber
(adj.) careful, cautious
admonish
(v.) to caution against something
breach
(n.) a violation
19 terms
language arts
Literal
Literate
Obliterate
Illogical
exactly true
Able to read
To Completely Destroy
Not Done; according to reason
Literal
exactly true
Literate
Able to read
13 terms
Language Arts
Repose
Ingrained
Brusqueness
Cross
At rest or at peace
deeply inside someone or something, as an idea or feeling
roughness
Angry
Repose
At rest or at peace
Ingrained
deeply inside someone or something, as an idea or feeling
7 terms
language arts
ablaze
blaze
char
combustible
to be on fire
a strong flame or to shine brightly
to be burnt until its turned into charcoal
to be broken or destroyed or flammable to be able to catch on…
ablaze
to be on fire
blaze
a strong flame or to shine brightly
9 terms
Language Arts
setting
character
conflict
exposition
where and when a story takes place
a person in the story (who the story is about)
the problem in the story
where the author introduces characters, settings, etc...
setting
where and when a story takes place
character
a person in the story (who the story is about)
11 terms
Language arts
Apparition
Retrospective
Diaphanous
Sycophant
Ghost
Looking backward over a period of time
Lightweight and transparent
A person who flatters
Apparition
Ghost
Retrospective
Looking backward over a period of time
10 terms
Language arts
Glorious
Studio
Model
Concerned
Having Great beauty
A place where an artist works
Only half of the real thing
Worried
Glorious
Having Great beauty
Studio
A place where an artist works
10 terms
Language Arts
Genocide
Fluent
Predilection
Quintessential
The deliberate destruction of a group of people
able to express oneself easily and clearly
preference toward someone or something
the most typical ; Idea
Genocide
The deliberate destruction of a group of people
Fluent
able to express oneself easily and clearly
10 terms
Language Arts
Deferential
Sage
Humane
Harmony
Respectful.
Wise.
Kind or compassionate to people or animals.
Agreement;Friendliness.
Deferential
Respectful.
Sage
Wise.
10 terms
Language arts
compel verb
dispel verb
expel verb
impel verb
to force someone to do something, to drive someone into action
to drive away, to force out of one's mind, to go away
to force or drive out, to force to leave
to drive forward, to urge to action, to motivate
compel verb
to force someone to do something, to drive someone into action
dispel verb
to drive away, to force out of one's mind, to go away
10 terms
language arts
quiver
trudge
ferocity
elective
tremble or shake with a slight rapid motion.
to walk heavily
extreme intensity
a class you choose
quiver
tremble or shake with a slight rapid motion.
trudge
to walk heavily
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