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English: Reading Comprehension and Applications
Hyperbole
Metaphor
Simile
Personification
exaggeration in a statement in order to make a point
comparing two things to make a point
comparing two things with like or as
giving human characteristics to objects or animals
Hyperbole
exaggeration in a statement in order to make a point
Metaphor
comparing two things to make a point
English reading comprehension terms
antithesis
bildungsroman
dynamic character
flat character
two opposite ideas are put in a sentence to achieve a contras…
coming of age novel
the character changes throughout the story
the character stays the same
antithesis
two opposite ideas are put in a sentence to achieve a contras…
bildungsroman
coming of age novel
reading comprehension midterm english
Onomatopoeia
simile
metaphor
understatement
defined as a word, which imitates the natural sounds of a thi…
a figure of speech involving the comparison of one thing with…
a figure of speech in which a word or phrase literally denoti…
A figure of speech in which a writer or speaker deliberately…
Onomatopoeia
defined as a word, which imitates the natural sounds of a thi…
simile
a figure of speech involving the comparison of one thing with…
42 terms
English Final: Reading Comprehension
Xenia
Nostos
Kleos
Zeus
Greek code of hospitality
a homecoming story; ex- a hero returning from war
a glorified story of heroic action, usually through death; ex…
King of gods and men who weighs the fates of everyone; someti…
Xenia
Greek code of hospitality
Nostos
a homecoming story; ex- a hero returning from war
19 terms
English Reading Comprehension Words
analogy
conflict
foreshadowing
archetype
point-by-point comparison between alike things
struggle between opposing forces
writer's use of hints or clues to suggest later events
pattern in literature found in a variety of works
analogy
point-by-point comparison between alike things
conflict
struggle between opposing forces
74 terms
ENGLISH Exam (Reading Comprehension)
1558-1642
The Red Lion
Elizabethan Era, The Renaissance, The…
Good Queen Bess, Gloriana, The Virgin…
Many scholars date English Renaissance Theatre from _________…
The first English theatre was ______________.
The time of Queen Elizabeth I's reign over England is known a…
What were Queen Elizabeth's nicknames?
1558-1642
Many scholars date English Renaissance Theatre from _________…
The Red Lion
The first English theatre was ______________.
29 terms
Reading Comprehension English Final
Setting
conflict (external, internal)
Mood
Characterization
where story takes place
conflict in a book
what the reader feels
description of character qualities
Setting
where story takes place
conflict (external, internal)
conflict in a book
15 terms
Reading Comprehension /English Adjectives
Who in the family could draw very well?
What did Annie play?
What instrument did Lee play?
What kind of instrument did Annie's fa…
Annie
The Radio
Trumpet
A piano
Who in the family could draw very well?
Annie
What did Annie play?
The Radio
23 terms
Reading Comprehension- Vocabulary #2
Administration
Agriculture
border
century
term a public official spends in office
farming and ranching
a line separating one political unit, like a country, from an…
100 years
Administration
term a public official spends in office
Agriculture
farming and ranching
Reading Comprehension and Vocabulary Skills
Comprehension
Literal Comprehension
Inferential Comprehension
Evaluate Comprehension
The ability to understand read content, process it and think…
Understanding of the meaning of the words in a passage:... Ident…
Using information explicitly stated in the passage to determi…
Involves analysis and/or making judgements about the informat…
Comprehension
The ability to understand read content, process it and think…
Literal Comprehension
Understanding of the meaning of the words in a passage:... Ident…
English Reading Comprehension
Onomatopoeia
Simile
Metaphor
Understatement
The formation of a word from a sound associated with what is…
A figure of speech involving the comparison of one thing with…
a figure of speech in which a word or phrase is applied to an…
something that is being presented as being smaller, worse, or…
Onomatopoeia
The formation of a word from a sound associated with what is…
Simile
A figure of speech involving the comparison of one thing with…
12 terms
Reading Comprehension Vocabulary
comfortable (adj.)
attack (v.)
protect (v.)
enemy (n.)
allowing you to feel relaxed and providing you with everythin…
to try to hurt or defeat someone or something by using force.
to keep someone or something safe
a person who hates and tries to destroy someone or something
comfortable (adj.)
allowing you to feel relaxed and providing you with everythin…
attack (v.)
to try to hurt or defeat someone or something by using force.
English Reading comprehension.
Figurative language
Simile
Metaphor
Personification
Language used outside its literal meaning
Comparison to two things using "like" or "as"
Comparison to two things not using "like" or "as"
Giving human-like characteristics to an object that is not hu…
Figurative language
Language used outside its literal meaning
Simile
Comparison to two things using "like" or "as"
6 terms
English Final: READING COMPREHENSION
"To Kill a Mockingbird" main character…
"The Outsiders" main characters (6)
"The Gift of the Magi" main characters…
"The Necklace" main characters (3)
Atticus, Scout, Jem, Boo Radley, Dill, Tom Robinson
Ponyboy, Dallas, Johnny, Sodapop, Darrel, Two-Bit
Della, Jim, neighbor
Mathilde Loisel, Monsieur Loisel, Madame Forestier
"To Kill a Mockingbird" main character…
Atticus, Scout, Jem, Boo Radley, Dill, Tom Robinson
"The Outsiders" main characters (6)
Ponyboy, Dallas, Johnny, Sodapop, Darrel, Two-Bit
39 terms
Reading Comprehension Vocabulary
famished
enamored with
vigilant
ambivalent
çok aç kimse
aşık olmak
uyanık
kararsız, değişken
famished
çok aç kimse
enamored with
aşık olmak
20 terms
Comprehension Vocabulary (corrective reading)
reside
residence
residential
predict
a verb that means to live
a noun that means a place where someone resides
an adjective that tells where people live
a verb that means to say will happen
reside
a verb that means to live
residence
a noun that means a place where someone resides
20 terms
English midterm reading comprehension
Juvenile
Curfew
Laureate
Spearheaded
Relating to the young
Regulation for a time
A person who has been honor
To lead to attack
Juvenile
Relating to the young
Curfew
Regulation for a time
PAT Reading Comprehension Vocabulary
Anecdote
Atmosphere
Conflict
Connotative meaning
Short, personal story
The mood or feeling
Human v. human; human v. him/herself; good v. evil; nature v.…
Definition for a word based on how it's used in the writing
Anecdote
Short, personal story
Atmosphere
The mood or feeling
13 terms
English Reading Comprehension Quiz
The purpose of the first paragraph fro…
Placed in the context of the rest of t…
In lines 30-36, the author presents Mr…
The author's choice of language in lin…
To establish a contrast. The first paragraph helps you to see…
It reflects Mr. Pontellier's belief in his authority over his…
arrogant. His insistent attitude and the way he instructs his…
isolation. The lines emphasize how isolated and alone she is.…
The purpose of the first paragraph fro…
To establish a contrast. The first paragraph helps you to see…
Placed in the context of the rest of t…
It reflects Mr. Pontellier's belief in his authority over his…
Reading Vocabulary - Comprehension
Characters
Setting
Theme
Main Idea
The people or animals in a story
Where and when a story takes place
What we learn from the story; the moral
What a piece of writing is mainly about
Characters
The people or animals in a story
Setting
Where and when a story takes place
Reading Comprehension Vocabulary
Abate (verb)
Abnormal (adj.)
Abrupt (adj.)
Accelerate (verb)
To make or become less in amount or intensity
Not normal
Sudden or unexpected
To speed up, or to cause to speed up
Abate (verb)
To make or become less in amount or intensity
Abnormal (adj.)
Not normal
Reading Comprehension Vocabulary
Competence
Meta-cognition
Conscious
Explicit
Being able , capable, or qualified
The ability to self-monitor, observe and think about one's th…
A state of awareness
Definite; stated in detail, leaving nothing to be guessed at;…
Competence
Being able , capable, or qualified
Meta-cognition
The ability to self-monitor, observe and think about one's th…
Vocabulary 1 For Reading Comprehension
Abhor
Bigot
Counterfeit
Enfranchise
Hate
Narrow-minded, Prejudiced Person
Fake, False
Give Voting Rights
Abhor
Hate
Bigot
Narrow-minded, Prejudiced Person
26 terms
Reading Comprehension Vocabulary
main idea
supporting details
prediction
context clues
What the text is mainly/mostly about; general.
A group of sentences that support the main idea; specific.
A good guess about what a reader is about to read or what wil…
Hints/clues that the author gives you to define a new or unus…
main idea
What the text is mainly/mostly about; general.
supporting details
A group of sentences that support the main idea; specific.
Reading Comprehension Vocabulary
erected
fossils
uncanny
sandstone
to build up
old dinosaur bones
mysterious
a rock made of sand
erected
to build up
fossils
old dinosaur bones
80 terms
Into English 3 Unit 7 Animal Instincts Reading Comprehension Vocabulary
longevity
indeed
frail
synthesised
durability, lasting for a long time
certainly, absolutely
fragile, weak
arranged, gained
longevity
durability, lasting for a long time
indeed
certainly, absolutely
113 terms
English BEC Vocabulary for Reading Comprehension Part two
meet deadlines
update
successful
develop
Termine einhalten
auf den neusten Stand bringen
erfolgreich
entwickeln
meet deadlines
Termine einhalten
update
auf den neusten Stand bringen
27 terms
Reading Comprehension & Vocabulary
expressive vocabulary
idioms
receptive vocabularies
semantic cues
The words you have at your disposal that you can think use; t…
A phrase where the words together have a meaning that is diff…
The words you understand when others use them (written or spo…
Cues that come from the context and the meaning of the text t…
expressive vocabulary
The words you have at your disposal that you can think use; t…
idioms
A phrase where the words together have a meaning that is diff…
23 terms
Reading Comprehension Vocabulary
什么
为什么
什么时候
shén me - what
wèi shén me - why
shén me shí hou - when
shéi - who
什么
shén me - what
为什么
wèi shén me - why
113 terms
English BEC Vocabulary for Reading Comprehension Part two
meet deadlines
update
successful
develop
Termine einhalten
auf den neusten Stand bringen
erfolgreich
entwickeln
meet deadlines
Termine einhalten
update
auf den neusten Stand bringen
124 terms
Vocabulary and Reading Comprehension HESI
Serene
Sublingual
Transdermal
Ubiquitous
Calm, tranquil
Under the tongue
Crossing through the skin, nicotine patches
Being or seeming to be everywhere at once
Serene
Calm, tranquil
Sublingual
Under the tongue
13 terms
Olympic Reading Comprehension Vocabulary
Athletes
Dashes
Duel
Gymnasts
People who play sports
Short running events
To fight one - on - one
People who leap, flip, and twirl through the air
Athletes
People who play sports
Dashes
Short running events
12 terms
Warner Reading Vocabulary - Comprehension
Main Idea
Supporting ideas/details
Facts
Opinions
The important or key thought or topic of a paragraph or article
The statements that support the topic/them by explaining it ,…
Pieces of information that can be proved
Thoughts, feelings or beliefs about something
Main Idea
The important or key thought or topic of a paragraph or article
Supporting ideas/details
The statements that support the topic/them by explaining it ,…
34 terms
NES - Reading Comprehension and Vocabulary
Two Major Factors of Reading Comprehen…
Reader Factors
Text Factors
Three Thinking Processes Guides Teache…
- reader factors & text factors
- background knowledge, strategies readers know, vocabular kn…
- text genres, text structures and text features/visual repre…
- literal , inferential and evalluative comprehension
Two Major Factors of Reading Comprehen…
- reader factors & text factors
Reader Factors
- background knowledge, strategies readers know, vocabular kn…
#1 Vocabulary- Reading Comprehension
ambivalence
amusing
antipathy
bemused
uncertainty or indecisiveness
agreeably interesting
a strong dislike for
to cause to be engrossed in thought
ambivalence
uncertainty or indecisiveness
amusing
agreeably interesting
30 terms
PAT Reading Comprehension Vocabulary
Anecdote
Atmosphere
Conflict
Connotative meaning
Short, personal story
The mood or feeling
Human v. human; human v. him/herself; good v. evil; nature v.…
Definition for a word based on how it's used in the writing
Anecdote
Short, personal story
Atmosphere
The mood or feeling
Direction and Reading Comprehension Vocabulary
paragraph
fragment
author's message
distract
the text in a passage that is broken into parts because they…
an incomplete sentence that is missing either the subject or…
what the author is trying to teach or tell you in the story,…
to draw a person's attention away from something
paragraph
the text in a passage that is broken into parts because they…
fragment
an incomplete sentence that is missing either the subject or…
50 terms
Reading comprehension vocabulary
sacerdocio
parvulario
lisiado
sencillo
priesthood
pre-school
crippled
simple
sacerdocio
priesthood
parvulario
pre-school
Reading Comprehension Vocabulary
日记
文章
海报
Letter
Diary
Article/Text
Poster
Letter
日记
Diary
22 terms
Reading Comprehension - Semester Exam Vocabulary
Scorched
Drought
Ignite
Embers
Burned
A time of unusually dry weather and no rain
Light on Fire
Hot, glowing remains of a fire
Scorched
Burned
Drought
A time of unusually dry weather and no rain
8 terms
English Mid term Reading Comprehension
Onomatopoeia
Simile
Metaphor
Understatement
拟声词
比喻,直喻。 Like...
暗喻
陈述
Onomatopoeia
拟声词
Simile
比喻,直喻。 Like...
Reading Comprehension Vocabulary
日记
文章
海报
Letter
Diary
Article
Poster
Letter
日记
Diary
Reading Comprehension Vocabulary
日记
文章
海报
letter
diary
article
poster
letter
日记
diary
9B Reading Comprehension: Vocabulary Exam 2
to get the scoop
to futz around
to come out with
to pick someone's brain
to get information, often before anybody else does.
to waste time, often through unnecessary activity.
to bring out something new
to get information from someone; to get advice from someone k…
to get the scoop
to get information, often before anybody else does.
to futz around
to waste time, often through unnecessary activity.
15 terms
Reading Comprehension Vocabulary
日记
文章
海报
letter
diary
article
poster
letter
日记
diary
15 terms
Reading Comprehension Vocabulary
日记
文章
海报
Letter
Diary
Article/Text
Poster
Letter
日记
Diary
reading comprehension vocabulary
inferred
theme
affect
conversations
conclude information from evidence and reasoning rather from…
the subject of a talk
make a difference to
...
inferred
conclude information from evidence and reasoning rather from…
theme
the subject of a talk
59 terms
Reading Comprehension Vocabulary
trancher
le doigt
simuler
réclamer
cut off
finger
pretend to have
claim
trancher
cut off
le doigt
finger
Reading Comprehension Vocabulary
日记
文章
海报
letter
diary
article
poster
letter
日记
diary
15 terms
Reading Comprehension Vocabulary
日记
文章
海报
letter
diary
article
poster
letter
日记
diary
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