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12 terms
English 1 Unit 4
accustomed
adapt
attempt
clenched
used to
to change
to try
to hold tightly
accustomed
used to
adapt
to change
English 1 Unit 4
Author's Style
Diction
Syntax
Tone
his or her unique way of writing.
the kinds of words the author uses
the way in which the author arranges words in sentences
the author's attitude toward his or her audience or subject
Author's Style
his or her unique way of writing.
Diction
the kinds of words the author uses
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English 9-1 Unit 4
misinformation
reform
formative
inept
untrue or wrong information
to bring back to rightness, order, or morality
occurring at the time of most influence
unskilled; clumsy
misinformation
untrue or wrong information
reform
to bring back to rightness, order, or morality
English 1 Unit 4
abscond
incinerate
plaint
revile
to run off and hide
to burn to ashes
bending readily
to attack with words
abscond
to run off and hide
incinerate
to burn to ashes
12 terms
Unit 4, English 1
misinformation
reform
formative
inept
wrong or untrue information
to bring back to rightness, order, or morality
occurring at the time of most influence
unskilled, clumsy
misinformation
wrong or untrue information
reform
to bring back to rightness, order, or morality
40 terms
Real English B1+ / Unit 4 (1)
behind bars
former
neglect
restore
in prison... in jail
previous... ex
fail to care for properly
renovate
behind bars
in prison... in jail
former
previous... ex
14 terms
English 1 Unit 4
formative
implement
misinformation
inept
occurring at the time of most influence
to put into action; execute
untrue or wrong information
unskilled; clumsy
formative
occurring at the time of most influence
implement
to put into action; execute
Unit 4.1 (English - English)
to earn
to win, won, won
to inherit
to invest
to receive as payment for work
to receive a prize after coming first in a game or a competit…
to receive from a person after that person's death
to put money into a business that will pay you back some inte…
to earn
to receive as payment for work
to win, won, won
to receive a prize after coming first in a game or a competit…
English 1 Unit 4
abscond
access
anarchy
arduous
to run off and hide
to get at, obtain
a lack of government or law
hard to do
abscond
to run off and hide
access
to get at, obtain
5 terms
English I: Unit 4
benevolence
enamored
belligerence
pacify
kindness; generosity
charmed; inflamed with love
aggressiveness; combativeness
to soothe anger or agitation
benevolence
kindness; generosity
enamored
charmed; inflamed with love
English 9 List 1 Unit 4
Momentous
Default
Legitimate
Eradicate
(Adj.) of great importance
(V.) failure to act; failure to perform a task or be present;
(Adj.) lawful, rightful; reasonable;, justifiable
(V.) To wipe out; to destroy
Momentous
(Adj.) of great importance
Default
(V.) failure to act; failure to perform a task or be present;
39 terms
Technical English 1 Unit 4
accelerate
accelerator
angle
antenna
accelerate
accelerator
9 terms
Enjoy English 4 Unit 4-1
We went to the forest.
It was hot.
We sat down under the tree.
We talked.
Мы пошли в лес.
Было жарко.
Мы сели под дерево.
Мы разговаривали.
We went to the forest.
Мы пошли в лес.
It was hot.
Было жарко.
14 terms
Incredible English 1 unit 4
car
doll
ball
robot
automobilis
lėlė
kamuolys
robotas
car
automobilis
doll
lėlė
Vocabulary Unit 4 (English-English)
arrogant
bad-tempered
bright
cautious
having an exaggerated sense of his/her abilities
easily annoyed or made angry
intelligent
careful to avoid potential problems
arrogant
having an exaggerated sense of his/her abilities
bad-tempered
easily annoyed or made angry
14 terms
English Unit4 1
take advantage of an opportunity
raise some body's status
enter a market
extend a product range
to do something when you get the chance to do it
make somebody look or feel more important
start selling goods or services in a new area
offer a larger variety of goods
take advantage of an opportunity
to do something when you get the chance to do it
raise some body's status
make somebody look or feel more important
14 terms
English I Unit 4
Abdicate
Abduct
Abrupt
Abscond
(v) to give up a position, right, or power
(v) carrying away of a person against his will, or illegally.
(adj) exceedingly sudden and unexpected
(v.) to run off and hide
Abdicate
(v) to give up a position, right, or power
Abduct
(v) carrying away of a person against his will, or illegally.
20 terms
English 1 Vocabulary Unit 4
Abscond
Access
Anarchy
Arduous
to run off and hide
(n) approach or admittance to places, persons, things; an inc…
a lack of government and law; confusion
hard to do, requiring much effort
Abscond
to run off and hide
Access
(n) approach or admittance to places, persons, things; an inc…
91 terms
English Plus 1. - Unit 4
baleset
cselekedet
Afrika
agresszív
accidents
actions
Africa
aggressive
baleset
accidents
cselekedet
actions
57 terms
(ESOL-1) English In Action-1: Unit 4, "At Home" - Vocabulary
a Living Room
a Dining Room
a Kitchen
a Bathroom
a Living Room
a Dining Room
42 terms
I Love English 5 Unit 4 / 1
Viking
fortress
novel
BC, before Christ
viiking
kindlus
romaan
enne meie ajaarvamist
Viking
viiking
fortress
kindlus
24 terms
Unit 4.1 Voc. English
prohibit
reform
reform
sojourn
to prevent
a change for the better
to improve
to stay for a while
prohibit
to prevent
reform
a change for the better
115 terms
English Plus 1 Unit 4
attack
bear
bird
butterfly
saldırmak
attack
saldırmak
bear
56 terms
Discover English 1 unit 4
finish school
get up
go to bed
have dinner
kończyć lekcje
wstawać
iść spać
jeść kolację
finish school
kończyć lekcje
get up
wstawać
20 terms
English I Vocabulary Unit 4
affiliated
ascertain
attainment
bequeath
(adj., part.) associated, connected... Syn.: attached, relate…
(verb) to find out... Syn.: discover, determine, establish
(noun) an accomplishment, the act of achieving... Syn.: achieve…
(verb) to give or pass on as an inheritance... Syn.: transmit,…
affiliated
(adj., part.) associated, connected... Syn.: attached, relate…
ascertain
(verb) to find out... Syn.: discover, determine, establish
8 terms
Discover English 1 unit 4
finish school
get up
go to bed
have dinner
kończyć lekcje
wstawać
iść spać
jeść kolacje
finish school
kończyć lekcje
get up
wstawać
Discover English 1 unit 4
finish school
get up
go to bed
have dinner
kończyć lekcje
wstawać
iść spać
jeść kolacje
finish school
kończyć lekcje
get up
wstawać
14 terms
Unit 4 English in mind 1
team
championship
even
situation
команда
первенство, чемпионат
даже
ситуация
team
команда
championship
первенство, чемпионат
English 1 Unit 4
Foreshadowing
Flashback
Exposition
Inciting Incident
A hint about what will happen in the future of the story
interrupts the normal sequence of events to tell about someth…
Beginning of the story; Learn characters, setting, and conflict
What sets the action of the story in motion; Conflict is intr…
Foreshadowing
A hint about what will happen in the future of the story
Flashback
interrupts the normal sequence of events to tell about someth…
English 1 unit 4
Abscond
Access
Anarchy
Arduous
To run off and hide
Approach or admittance to places, persons,things; an increase…
A lack of government and law, confusion
Hard to do, requiring much effort
Abscond
To run off and hide
Access
Approach or admittance to places, persons,things; an increase…
26 terms
English 1 Unit 4 2016
hurtling
distraught
haggard
insinuatingly
moving swiftly and with great force
extremely troubled; confused
having a worn look
suggested indirectly
hurtling
moving swiftly and with great force
distraught
extremely troubled; confused
8 terms
English 3 Unit 4 Cluster 1 Vocab
agony
avoid
consequence
dependent
To have great pain or suffering.
To stay away from something.
Something that happens as a result of something else. If you…
Someone that needs help most of the time.
agony
To have great pain or suffering.
avoid
To stay away from something.
8 terms
English 1: Unit 4 Cluster 3
blood vessel
danger
escape
physical
a small tube in your body that carries blood from place to pl…
something that can harm you
to get away from something
about the body
blood vessel
a small tube in your body that carries blood from place to pl…
danger
something that can harm you
9 terms
English 1: Unit 4 Cluster 2
disaster
stranger
save
safety
an event that harms a lot of people, animals, or things
someone you do not know
to stop someone or something from being hurt or destroyed
when you cannot be hurt
disaster
an event that harms a lot of people, animals, or things
stranger
someone you do not know
50 terms
Activate! B1 Unit 4 English- Russian
Acrobat
Act
Actor
Amazing
Акробат
Выступление
Актер
Изумительный
Acrobat
Акробат
Act
Выступление
10 terms
English 10: Sem 1: Unit 4
Supercilious
Altruistic
Virulent
Unfeigned
(adj.) proud and contemptuous; showing scorn because of a fee…
(adj.) unselfish, concerned with the welfare of others
(adj.) severe or harmful in its effects; extremely hostile
(adj.) sincere, real, genuine
Supercilious
(adj.) proud and contemptuous; showing scorn because of a fee…
Altruistic
(adj.) unselfish, concerned with the welfare of others
15 terms
Semester 1, English 10, Unit 4 words
misanthrope
matriarch
patriarch
fraternize
a hater of mankind
a woman who is head of a family
a person regarded as the father
to associate in a friendly way
misanthrope
a hater of mankind
matriarch
a woman who is head of a family
11 terms
English 2 Unit 4 Cluster 1
damage
defenseless
die
fear
to harm or hurt
when you cannot protect yourself from something that can hurt…
when a person, plant or animal stops living
the feeling you get when you are afraid
damage
to harm or hurt
defenseless
when you cannot protect yourself from something that can hurt…
17 terms
Totall english Unit 4.1
build a shelter
challenge
cope with something
push yourself
построить приют
бросать вызов
справляться с чем то
заставлять себя
build a shelter
построить приют
challenge
бросать вызов
English 1/ unit 4
Gravity
Gregarious
Grievance
Grudgin
(Noun)... Seriousness
(Adjective)... Sociable
(Noun)... Cause of complaint
(Adjective) ... Unwilling; reluctant; stingy
Gravity
(Noun)... Seriousness
Gregarious
(Adjective)... Sociable
70 terms
Semester 1, English 10, Unit 4 roots
-meter
anthrop-
hemi-
-onym
measure
man
half
name, word
-meter
measure
anthrop-
man
57 terms
Discover English 1 unit 4
finish school
get up
go to bed
have dinner
kończyć lekcje
wstawać
iść spać
jeść kolacje
finish school
kończyć lekcje
get up
wstawać
New English Plus 1 unit 4 Animals
spider
falcon
butterfly
parrot
pająk
sokół
motyl
papuga
spider
pająk
falcon
sokół
English 3: Unit 4.1 Definitions
affable (adj)
aggrandize (v)
amorphous (adj)
aura (n)
courteous and pleasant, sociable, easy to speak to
to increase in greatness, power, or wealth; to build up or in…
shapeless, without definite form; of no particular type or ch…
that which surrounds (as an atmosphere); a distinctive air or…
affable (adj)
courteous and pleasant, sociable, easy to speak to
aggrandize (v)
to increase in greatness, power, or wealth; to build up or in…
English 3: Unit 4.1 Definitions
Affable
Aggrandize
Amorphous
Aura
(adj) courteous and pleasant, sociable, easy to speak to
(v) to increase in greatness, power, or wealth; to build up o…
(adj) shapeless, without definite form, or no particular type…
(n) that which surrounds (as an atmosphere), a distinctive ai…
Affable
(adj) courteous and pleasant, sociable, easy to speak to
Aggrandize
(v) to increase in greatness, power, or wealth; to build up o…
15 terms
Inside Reading 1 - Unit 4 - English-English
acquire
ambiguous
analogy
civil
(v) to get, to gain (/əˈkwajɚ/)
(adj) not clear or easy to understand (/æmˈbɪgjəwəs/)
(n) comparing 2 similar things (/əˈnæləʤi/)
(adj) relating to the people of a country (/ˈsɪvəl/)
acquire
(v) to get, to gain (/əˈkwajɚ/)
ambiguous
(adj) not clear or easy to understand (/æmˈbɪgjəwəs/)
English 9 Unit 4-1
prodigy
reproach
mesmerizing
encore
- N - a person who is exceptionally talented or intelligent
- N - blame; criticism
- Adj - holding one's attention in an almost hypnotic manner
- N - a repeated or additional performance
prodigy
- N - a person who is exceptionally talented or intelligent
reproach
- N - blame; criticism
English I Unit 4 Vocabulary
bafflement
levitation
feline
depravity
puzzlement; bewilderment
the illusion of keeping a heavy body in the air without visib…
catlike
crookedness; corruption
bafflement
puzzlement; bewilderment
levitation
the illusion of keeping a heavy body in the air without visib…
13 terms
Big English 1 Unit 4
boots
dress
gloves
hat
сапоги
платье
перчатки
шляпа... шапка
boots
сапоги
dress
платье
30 terms
Unit 4 - English 3
affluent
banter
novice
brevity
wealthy; abundant; plentiful
n. teasing or mocking in a good-natured, playful manner. v. t…
an inexperienced person; a beginner
briefness of duration; shortness; the quality of being concis…
affluent
wealthy; abundant; plentiful
banter
n. teasing or mocking in a good-natured, playful manner. v. t…
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