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Literature Vocabulary: Anne Frank Act 1
Conspicuous
Tension
Resent
Insufferable
standing out so as to be clearly visible; attracting notice o…
Mental or emotional strain
feel bitterness or indignation at (a circumstance, action, or…
too extreme to bear; intolerable; having or showing unbearabl…
Conspicuous
standing out so as to be clearly visible; attracting notice o…
Tension
Mental or emotional strain
Literature: The Diary of Anne Frank Act 2 Vocabulary
Disgruntled
Onslaught
Foreboding
Apprehension
Displeased
A forceful or destructive attack; assault
A feeling that something evil is about to happen
Fear of what may happen; dread
Disgruntled
Displeased
Onslaught
A forceful or destructive attack; assault
19 terms
7th Grade Literature Diary of Anne Frank Play Act I Vocabulary
conspicuous
tension
resent
insufferable
noticeable
a nervous, worried, or excited state that makes relaxation im…
feel angry out of a sense of unfairness
unbearable
conspicuous
noticeable
tension
a nervous, worried, or excited state that makes relaxation im…
36 terms
Literature Anne Frank Act I
Anne Frank's Father; Worked at Opekta…
Anne Frank's Mother; Young and Quiet;…
Anne's Sister; Calm and Sweet; Mature
16; Shy; Has A Cat
Identify the following character.... Otto Frank
Identify the following character.... Edith Frank
Identify the following character.... Margot Frank
Identify the following character.... Peter Van Daan
Anne Frank's Father; Worked at Opekta…
Identify the following character.... Otto Frank
Anne Frank's Mother; Young and Quiet;…
Identify the following character.... Edith Frank
Literature Anne Frank Act II Vocab
1944
Disgruntled
Onslaught
Foreboding
What is the setting(year) of Act II?
Displeased, adj
A forceful or destructive attack or assault, n.
A feeling that something evil is going to happen, n.
1944
What is the setting(year) of Act II?
Disgruntled
Displeased, adj
6 terms
"The Diary of Anne Frank", Act II, "Prentice Hall Literature Textbook"
inarticulate
apprehension
intuition
indignant
(adj.) unable to express oneself
(noun) a fearful feeling about the future
(noun) ability to sense or know immediately, without reasoning
(adj.) filled with anger at meanness or injustice
inarticulate
(adj.) unable to express oneself
apprehension
(noun) a fearful feeling about the future
8th Literature Anne Frank Act Two Test
The Diary of Anne Frank is a _________…
VOCAB
__________ is a long, uninterrupted sp…
Anne reading from her diary is a _____…
Play
VOCAB
Monologue
Monologue
The Diary of Anne Frank is a _________…
Play
VOCAB
VOCAB
7 terms
"The Diary of Anne Frank", Act I, "Prentice Hall Literature Textbook"
conspicuous
mercurial
unabashed
insufferable
(adj.) noticeable
(adj.) quick or changeable in behavior
(adj.) unashamed
(adj.) unbearable
conspicuous
(adj.) noticeable
mercurial
(adj.) quick or changeable in behavior
Literature vocab ann frank act 1
Emigrate
Mercurial
Unabashed
Insufferable
To leave one country or reigion to settle in another
Changeable
Not ashamed, disconnected
Not to be endured
Emigrate
To leave one country or reigion to settle in another
Mercurial
Changeable
6 terms
Anne Frank Act II Vocabulary
foreboding
apprehension
intuition
mounting
sudden feeling that something bad is going to happen
fearful feeling about something what will happen next
ability to see the truth of something immediately without rea…
growing larger or more numerous
foreboding
sudden feeling that something bad is going to happen
apprehension
fearful feeling about something what will happen next
Anne Frank Act 2 Vocabulary
disgruntled
inarticulate
forlorn
animation
to make unhappy
unable to speak; also means unable to speak understandably or…
abandoned and lonely
liveliness
disgruntled
to make unhappy
inarticulate
unable to speak; also means unable to speak understandably or…
Anne Frank: Act I Vocabulary
belfry
domestic
insufferable
loathe
a bell tower, attached to a church or building or standing ap…
pertaining to the household, devoted to home life
intolerable; unbearable
to hate; to feel disgust for
belfry
a bell tower, attached to a church or building or standing ap…
domestic
pertaining to the household, devoted to home life
7 terms
Literature vocab for act 1 of Anne Frank
Fatalist noun
Unabashed adj.
insufferable adj
Conspicuous adj.
One who believes events are determined by fate
Unashamed, undisturbed
Unbearable
Obvious, easily noticeable
Fatalist noun
One who believes events are determined by fate
Unabashed adj.
Unashamed, undisturbed
20 terms
Anne Frank Act 1 Vocabulary
Belfry
Domestic
Insufferable
Loathe
A bell tower
relating to the home
unable to put up with
1. unwilling... 2. hate
Belfry
A bell tower
Domestic
relating to the home
25 terms
Literature-Act II Vocab-Diary Of Anne Frank
Inarticulate
Apprehension
Blackmail
Forlorn
Unable to express oneself
Fearful feeling about what will happen next
Practice of making someone do what you want by threatening to…
Sad and lonely
Inarticulate
Unable to express oneself
Apprehension
Fearful feeling about what will happen next
25 terms
Anne Frank Vocabulary Act II
Melancholy
Devour
Fanatic
Superfluous
A feeling of sadness.
To eat food with massive hunger or with quickness.
Person filled with expressions and single-minded
Unnecessary; more than enough
Melancholy
A feeling of sadness.
Devour
To eat food with massive hunger or with quickness.
Anne Frank Act #1 Vocabulary
conspicuous
unabashed
loathe
indignantly
noticeable
unembarrassed
hate
with anger
conspicuous
noticeable
unabashed
unembarrassed
15 terms
Anne Frank Act #1 Vocabulary
conspicuous
unabashed
loathe
indignantly
noticeable
unembarrassed
hate
with anger
conspicuous
noticeable
unabashed
unembarrassed
15 terms
Anne Frank vocabulary/Act I
ally
tyranny
oppression
command
a person (or country) that helps another
government system where people have no control
act of being treated unjustly
to give and order
ally
a person (or country) that helps another
tyranny
government system where people have no control
"The Diary of Anne Frank", Act II, "Prentice Hall Literature Textbook"
inarticulate
apprehension
intuition
indignant
(adj.) unable to express oneself
(noun) a fearful feeling about the future
(noun) ability to sense or know immediately, without reasoning
(adj.) filled with anger at meanness or injustice
inarticulate
(adj.) unable to express oneself
apprehension
(noun) a fearful feeling about the future
6 terms
anne frank vocabulary (act 2)
apprehension
blackmail
forlorn
inarticulate
fearful feeling about what will happen next (anxiety)
the practice of making someone do what one wants by threateni…
sad and lonely
unable to express oneself
apprehension
fearful feeling about what will happen next (anxiety)
blackmail
the practice of making someone do what one wants by threateni…
68 terms
Literature: The Diary of Anne Frank, Act 2
January 1st, 1944 (more than one year…
disgruntled
onslaught
foreboding
What is the setting of the Act 2, Scene 1?
adj. displeased
n. a forceful or destructive attack; assault
n. a feeling that something evil is going to happen
January 1st, 1944 (more than one year…
What is the setting of the Act 2, Scene 1?
disgruntled
adj. displeased
21 terms
Diary of Anne Frank Act 1 Vocabulary
conspicuous
mercurial
unabashed
insufferable
Easily seen or noticed
characterized by rapid and unpredictable change in mood
Not embarrassed
Intolerable
conspicuous
Easily seen or noticed
mercurial
characterized by rapid and unpredictable change in mood
12 terms
Anne Frank Act I Vocabulary
Capitulation
Conspicuous
Mercurial
Abruptly
the act of surrendering
easily seen or noticed
a person who is subject to sudden changes of mood or mind
something changing suddenly
Capitulation
the act of surrendering
Conspicuous
easily seen or noticed
Anne frank act one vocabulary
Noticeable
Nervous, worried, or exited state that…
Feel angry out of a sense of unfairness
Unbearable
Conspicuous
Tension
Resent
Insufferable
Noticeable
Conspicuous
Nervous, worried, or exited state that…
Tension
8 terms
Anne Frank Act 2 Vocabulary
apprehension
disgruntled
frenzy- pandemonium
foreboding
fear of what may happen (dread)
displeased (upset)
state of great excitement- (chaos)
feeling that something bad is going to happen
apprehension
fear of what may happen (dread)
disgruntled
displeased (upset)
10 terms
Anne Frank Vocabulary Act 1
faze
finicky
incriminate
bungle
disturb
picky
suggest that someone is guilty
mess up; destroy
faze
disturb
finicky
picky
10 terms
Anne Frank Act 2 Vocabulary
Oppression
Insufferable
Jubilation
Disgruntled
Unjust or cruel use of authority
Unbearable
Great joy
Displeased or irritated
Oppression
Unjust or cruel use of authority
Insufferable
Unbearable
14 terms
Anne Frank Act 1 Vocabulary
carillon
mercurial
conspicuous
unabashed
set of bells, each of which produces a single tone
changeable
obvious, noticeable
unembarrassed, unashamed
carillon
set of bells, each of which produces a single tone
mercurial
changeable
Anne Frank Act 1 Vocabulary
conspicuous
tension
resent
insufferable
noticeable
a nervous, worried or excited state that makes relaxation imp…
feel angry out of a sense of unfairness
unbearable
conspicuous
noticeable
tension
a nervous, worried or excited state that makes relaxation imp…
Anne Frank Act II Vocabulary
foreboding
apprehension
intuition
mounting
sudden feeling that something bad is going to happen
fearful feeling about something what will happen next
ability to see the truth of something immediately without rea…
growing larger or more numerous
foreboding
sudden feeling that something bad is going to happen
apprehension
fearful feeling about something what will happen next
Anne Frank Act 2 Vocabulary
apprehension
disgruntled
frenzy- pandemonium
foreboding
fear of what may happen (dread)
displeased (upset)
state of great excitement- (chaos)
feeling that something bad is going to happen
apprehension
fear of what may happen (dread)
disgruntled
displeased (upset)
Anne Frank Vocabulary- Act one
capitulation (noun)
conspicuous (adjective)
mercurial (adjective)
Unabashed (adjective)
surrender on certain terms
easily seen
changeable; fickle
not embarrassed; awed
capitulation (noun)
surrender on certain terms
conspicuous (adjective)
easily seen
10 terms
Anne Frank Act 2 Vocabulary
Reproach
Allies
Axis
Fatalist
a mild rebuke or criticism
an alliance of nations joining together to fight a common enemy
in World War II the alliance of Germany and Italy in 1936 whi…
anyone who submits to the belief that they are powerless to c…
Reproach
a mild rebuke or criticism
Allies
an alliance of nations joining together to fight a common enemy
13 terms
Anne Frank Act 1 Vocabulary
Discrimination
"Final Solution"
Ghettos
Hitler, Adolf
The act of denying a person or group of people fair treatment…
The Nazis' code phrase for their effort to murder every Jewis…
During World War II, sections of towns that the German author…
(1889-1945) Adolf Hitler was the leader of the Nazi Party, an…
Discrimination
The act of denying a person or group of people fair treatment…
"Final Solution"
The Nazis' code phrase for their effort to murder every Jewis…
Anne Frank - Act I Vocabulary
loathe
capitulation
meticulous
insufferable
feel intense dislike or disgust for; hate; detest; abhor
the action of surrendering or ceasing to resist an opponent o…
showing great attention to detail; very careful and precise;…
too extreme to bear; intolerable; oppressive
loathe
feel intense dislike or disgust for; hate; detest; abhor
capitulation
the action of surrendering or ceasing to resist an opponent o…
18 terms
Ann Frank act 2 Vocabulary
disgruntled
foreboding
forlorn
inarticulate
sulky
prediction
unhappy
unable to speak
disgruntled
sulky
foreboding
prediction
15 terms
Anne Frank Vocabulary Act 1
Compassionate
Loathe
Pent - up
Outraged
Adj - sympathizing deeply
V - to dislike intently
Adj - held in check; restrained
Adj - angry and insulted
Compassionate
Adj - sympathizing deeply
Loathe
V - to dislike intently
18 terms
Ann Frank act 2 Vocabulary
disgruntled
foreboding
forlorn
inarticulate
sulky
prediction
unhappy
unable to speak
disgruntled
sulky
foreboding
prediction
15 terms
Anne Frank Act II Vocabulary
disgruntled
inarticulate
foreboding
pandemonium
displeased and irritated
speechless; unable to speak effectively or understandably
a feeling that something, especially bad or harmful, is about…
wild confusion and noise; an uproar
disgruntled
displeased and irritated
inarticulate
speechless; unable to speak effectively or understandably
20 terms
Anne Frank Act I Vocabulary
emigrate/immigrate
invade
surrender
impression
leave one's country of residence for a new one
march aggressively into another's territory by military force…
relinquish possession or control over
a clear and telling mental image
emigrate/immigrate
leave one's country of residence for a new one
invade
march aggressively into another's territory by military force…
Anne Frank Act II Vocabulary
melancholy
devour
fanatic
superfluous
To be sad
To eat up greedily
One who is extremely devoted to a cause or idea
Unnecessary; or extra
melancholy
To be sad
devour
To eat up greedily
Anne Frank Act II Vocabulary
liberate
onslaught
poise
ration
to set free
a vigorous attack
a dignified, self-confident manner
a fixed allowance of food, especially during a shortage
liberate
to set free
onslaught
a vigorous attack
Anne Frank Act II Vocabulary
melancholy
devour
fanatic
superfluous
Sadness
To eat up hungrily
person filled with excessive single minded zeal
Unnecessary
melancholy
Sadness
devour
To eat up hungrily
Anne Frank Vocabulary: Act II
inarticulate (adj.)
indignant (adj.)
apprehension (n.)
intuition (n.)
unable to express oneself
filled with anger at meanness or injustice
a fearful feeling about the future
ability to sense or know without reasoning
inarticulate (adj.)
unable to express oneself
indignant (adj.)
filled with anger at meanness or injustice
Anne Frank Act II Vocabulary
melancholy
devour
fanatic
superfluous
Sadness
To eat up hungrily
A person filled with excessive and single-minded zeal, especi…
Unnecessary
melancholy
Sadness
devour
To eat up hungrily
Anne Frank Act II Vocabulary
Melancholy
Devour
Fanatic
Superfluous
A feeling of sadness
To eat voraciously or consume greedily
Acting excessively enthusiastic; filled with extreme, unquest…
Exceeding what is sufficient or required; unnecessary
Melancholy
A feeling of sadness
Devour
To eat voraciously or consume greedily
25 terms
Anne Frank Act II Vocabulary
Melancholy
Devour
Fanatic
Superfluous
A feeling of pensiveness sadness, typically with no obvious c…
Eat hungrily or quickly
A person filled with excessive and single minded zeal
Unnecessary, especially being more than enough
Melancholy
A feeling of pensiveness sadness, typically with no obvious c…
Devour
Eat hungrily or quickly
25 terms
Anne Frank Act II Vocabulary
melancholy
devour
fanatic
superfluous
(adj.) sad, gloomy, unhappy; (n.) sadness, gloominess
to eat up greedily
one who is extremely devoted to a cause or idea
Extra
melancholy
(adj.) sad, gloomy, unhappy; (n.) sadness, gloominess
devour
to eat up greedily
Anne Frank Act II Vocabulary
melancholy
devour
fanatic
superfluous
a feeling of pensive sadness, typically with no obvious cause.
quickly and eagerly.
a person filled with excessive and single-minded zeal, especi…
unnecessary, especially through being more than enough.
melancholy
a feeling of pensive sadness, typically with no obvious cause.
devour
quickly and eagerly.
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