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Reading Vocabulary English
event
visualize
compare
inference
When something important happens... Example: A soccer game can b…
To form a picture of in the mind... To imagine
How are texts alike
What you know + what the author tells you = __________
event
When something important happens... Example: A soccer game can b…
visualize
To form a picture of in the mind... To imagine
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READ 180 ENGLISH VOCABULARY
Awareness (n)
Believable (adj)
Conclude (v)
Convince (v)
Perceived conflict, to know
credible, real
to finish; to bring something to an end; to decide after care…
to persuade someone to do something
Awareness (n)
Perceived conflict, to know
Believable (adj)
credible, real
English and Reading Vocabulary
Falling Action
Exposition
Plot
Climax
The events that occur after the climax has been reached
The act of explaining the setting or plot
The main event
A moment that is a major turning point in a plot
Falling Action
The events that occur after the climax has been reached
Exposition
The act of explaining the setting or plot
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English Reading Vocabulary
travail
requisition
alights
firmament
Painful work
a demand for goods, usually made by an authority
lights
(n.) - the sky, the heavens
travail
Painful work
requisition
a demand for goods, usually made by an authority
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English reading vocabulary
Ubiquitous
Endow
Inherently
Meager
Seem to be everywhere
Provide with
Naturally
Critical because it's small
Ubiquitous
Seem to be everywhere
Endow
Provide with
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English and Reading vocabulary words
antagonist
antagonize
antibiotic
antidote
a person who struggles against in a contest
the act of incurring or provoking hostility
a substance produced by a microorganism that destroys other h…
a medicine that counteracts poison or disease. Also, somethin…
antagonist
a person who struggles against in a contest
antagonize
the act of incurring or provoking hostility
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Spelling/Vocabulary #3 / Minnix / English and Reading
protagonist
antagonist
irony
tone
a leading character in fiction; usually the character with th…
someone who opposes; an adversary
an expression that normally signifies the opposite in meaning
the author's attitude toward the subject(writing); it can be…
protagonist
a leading character in fiction; usually the character with th…
antagonist
someone who opposes; an adversary
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English Reading Vocabulary Quiz
Ardent
Reluctant
reluctant
reluctant
(adjective) characterized by warmth of feeling - typically ex…
(adjective) not willing or eager to do something (feeling or…
Liz was ________________ to reenter the burning building to r…
Palmer was ________________ to admit to the world that she ha…
Ardent
(adjective) characterized by warmth of feeling - typically ex…
Reluctant
(adjective) not willing or eager to do something (feeling or…
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Reading Vocabulary English
paragraph
pattern
expanded
contribute
paragraph
pattern
English reading Vocabulary
Indulgent
Reverie
Proposition
Edification
to be overly generous
to be pleasantly lost in one's own thoughts
a statement that expresses judgement, or an opinion
The improvement of one's mortality, or intelligence
Indulgent
to be overly generous
Reverie
to be pleasantly lost in one's own thoughts
English/ Reading Vocabulary
Subordinating conjunction
Coordinating conjunction
Appositive
Pronouns
A word or phrase that joins an independent and dependent clau…
Two independent clauses joined together.
A phrase, usually noun phase that renames another phrase.
A word used in place of a noun.
Subordinating conjunction
A word or phrase that joins an independent and dependent clau…
Coordinating conjunction
Two independent clauses joined together.
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English Reading Vocabulary
Prodigy
Reproach
Mesmerizing
Sauciness
child of unusually high talent
disgrace, blame
hypnotizing
liveliness, boldness, and spirit
Prodigy
child of unusually high talent
Reproach
disgrace, blame
English Pre-reading vocabulary
Metaphor... -This poem has a wonderful me…
Irony... -Not everyone gets the irony of…
Symbolism... -A dove is often used as sym…
Character... -Patrick is a character in t…
A figure of speech in which a word or phrase is applied to an…
A form of humor in which you use words to express the opposit…
the use of symbols to represent ideas or qualities.
A person in a novel, play, or movie.
Metaphor... -This poem has a wonderful me…
A figure of speech in which a word or phrase is applied to an…
Irony... -Not everyone gets the irony of…
A form of humor in which you use words to express the opposit…
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Reading SOL Vocabulary for English 7
Prefix
Suffix
synonyms
antonyms
a syllable or word that comes before a root word to change it…
is a part you add to the end of a root or base word to change…
words with the same meaning... example: sad and unhappy have the…
words that have opposite meanings... example: beginning and end…
Prefix
a syllable or word that comes before a root word to change it…
Suffix
is a part you add to the end of a root or base word to change…
English Reading Vocabulary
Ambivalence
Ascertain
Autonomy
Destitute
Having conflicting feelings such, as love or hate, about a pe…
To find out definitely; to learn with certainty
Independence; the quality of being -governing
Completely lacking; poor; impoverished
Ambivalence
Having conflicting feelings such, as love or hate, about a pe…
Ascertain
To find out definitely; to learn with certainty
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English reading vocabulary
Mood
Narrator
Point of view
Protagonist
Overall feeling
Speaker who tells the story
Perspective to story is told from
The central character in the story
Mood
Overall feeling
Narrator
Speaker who tells the story
Reading Vocabulary (English)
Debris
Recumbent
Illustrious
Prism
Trash, ruin
Lying down
Notably or brilliantly outstanding because of dignity achieve…
Very neat, dainty, formal proper and refined a matter of appe…
Debris
Trash, ruin
Recumbent
Lying down
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Beginning English Reading Unit 3 Vocabulary
farmer
to pull
to lift
hiccup
farmer
to pull
Chapter 7 Vocabulary - Reading/English
skeptically
sensation
reveal
intentionally
not really believing
feeling
to show
on purpose
skeptically
not really believing
sensation
feeling
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Vocabulary for English and Reading
generosity
bond
perspective
encourage
freedom from meanness or smallness of mind or character
a relationship between two or more people
the state of one's ideas, the facts known to one
to inspire with courage, spirit, or confidence
generosity
freedom from meanness or smallness of mind or character
bond
a relationship between two or more people
Teas reading/English vocabulary
controlling idea
key ideas
rephrase
conclusion
the main idea of a text
Ideas that support controlling idea
explain an idea in different words
a deduction made by a reader about an unstated outcome from a…
controlling idea
the main idea of a text
key ideas
Ideas that support controlling idea
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English 2 - Reading Vocabulary
Central Idea
Connotation
Inference
Motivation
The most important idea or impression about a topic
Attitude or feeling associated with a word in contrast of its…
A logical assumption based on observed facts or expierence
Reasons for behaviors or goals
Central Idea
The most important idea or impression about a topic
Connotation
Attitude or feeling associated with a word in contrast of its…
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English Summer Reading Vocabulary
Spokane Tribe
Transcendence (n.)
Epiphany (n.)
Decrepit (adj.)
An Indian Tribe that lived in the Eastern part of the Washing…
An experience beyond the normal level.
A sudden realization.
Old and worn out due to age.
Spokane Tribe
An Indian Tribe that lived in the Eastern part of the Washing…
Transcendence (n.)
An experience beyond the normal level.
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English Summer Reading Vocabulary
Formal, written discourse
Lack of skill
Sleepwalker
Lacking firmness and vigor
disquisition
ineptitude
somnambulist
flaccid
Formal, written discourse
disquisition
Lack of skill
ineptitude
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English summer reading vocabulary
Sommelier
Titillation
Olfactory
Verboten
(Noun) wine connoisseur
(Verb) to excite or arouse agreeably:
(Adjective)Pertaining to the sense of smell
(Noun) unlawful
Sommelier
(Noun) wine connoisseur
Titillation
(Verb) to excite or arouse agreeably:
English Reading Vocabulary
presumptuous
conjure
aptitude
philosophy
failing to observe the limits of what is permitted or appropr…
make appear unexpectedly as magic
a natural ability to do something
study of fundamental nature of knowledge, reality, and existe…
presumptuous
failing to observe the limits of what is permitted or appropr…
conjure
make appear unexpectedly as magic
English Reading Vocabulary (7)
petulant
canonize
wayward
ephemeral
moved to or showing sudden, impatient irritation, especially…
to consider or treat as sacrosanct or holy: They canonized hi…
turned or turning away from what is right or proper; willful;…
lasting a very short time; short-lived; transitory: the ephem…
petulant
moved to or showing sudden, impatient irritation, especially…
canonize
to consider or treat as sacrosanct or holy: They canonized hi…
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English pre reading vocabulary
Cannibalism
Cryptic
Gambol
Ignominious
Practive of eating one's own kins (human eating human)
Mysterious or obscure
To skip about in play
Shameful; dishonorable
Cannibalism
Practive of eating one's own kins (human eating human)
Cryptic
Mysterious or obscure
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English Close Reading Vocabulary
metaphor
simile
personification
hyperbole
Figure of speech that compares two things without using like…
Compares two things using like or as. (He spit out his teeth…
Attribution of a lifelike quality to an inanimate object or a…
A figure of speech, which involves an exaggeration of ideas f…
metaphor
Figure of speech that compares two things without using like…
simile
Compares two things using like or as. (He spit out his teeth…
English Reading Vocabulary 1!
Tenacity
Equanimity
Fortitude
Ingenuity
The quality of retaining something or holding together strong…
Mental or emotional stability or composure, especially under…
Mental and emotional strength in facing difficulty, adversity…
The quality of being cleverly inventive or resourceful; inven…
Tenacity
The quality of retaining something or holding together strong…
Equanimity
Mental or emotional stability or composure, especially under…
English Reading Elements Vocabulary Terms
Round characters
Flat characters
Static Character
Dynamic Character
we know all the characteristics of the character
we don't know everything about the character.
stays exactly the same throughout the story
changes throughout the story
Round characters
we know all the characteristics of the character
Flat characters
we don't know everything about the character.
English Reading Vocabulary (6)
quintessential
unrequited
pathological
sociopath
of or relating to the most perfect embodiment of something: I…
not returned or reciprocated: Unrequited Love
caused by or evidencing a mentally disturbed condition:... a pat…
a person with a psychopathic personality whose behavior is an…
quintessential
of or relating to the most perfect embodiment of something: I…
unrequited
not returned or reciprocated: Unrequited Love
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English and Reading Vocabulary
Momentous
Default
Militancy
Inextricably
Of great importance
To fail to keep a promise, especially a promise to repay a lo…
The act of aggressively supporting a political or social cause.
In a way impossible to untangle
Momentous
Of great importance
Default
To fail to keep a promise, especially a promise to repay a lo…
Vocabulary (English reading 1)
Bastion
Pervade/Pervasive
Zest/Zesftul
Blowhard
anything seen as preserving or protecting some quality, condi…
Spread throughout all parts of... "spring pervaded the air"
Keen relish, hearty enjoyment; anything added to impart flavo…
an exceptionally boastful & talkative person ... "Nick is such…
Bastion
anything seen as preserving or protecting some quality, condi…
Pervade/Pervasive
Spread throughout all parts of... "spring pervaded the air"
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English reading vocabulary- Carolina
Acutely
Expunged
Albeit
Foisting
Adj. Sharp or severe in effect; intense
V. To strike or blot out; erase; obliterate
Conjunction. Although; even if
V. To force upon or impose fraudulently or unjustifiably
Acutely
Adj. Sharp or severe in effect; intense
Expunged
V. To strike or blot out; erase; obliterate
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English 9H Reading Vocabulary
Palpable
Indolently
Bizarre
Scruples
Able to be touched or felt
Lazily; idly
Odd in appearance
Misgivings about something one feels is wrong
Palpable
Able to be touched or felt
Indolently
Lazily; idly
English summer reading vocabulary
Setting
Theme
Protagonist
Antagonist
The conext in time and place in which the action of a story o…
The central idea of a literary work
The central character in a story
Any force in a story that is in conflict with the protagonist.
Setting
The conext in time and place in which the action of a story o…
Theme
The central idea of a literary work
English Reading Quiz- Vocabulary
Dionysus
Tragedy
City of Dionysia
Dithyramb
God of wine, agriculture, and fertility
Story of someone's downfall due to hubris
Hosted religious festival in spring
Hymn sung in honor of Dionysus
Dionysus
God of wine, agriculture, and fertility
Tragedy
Story of someone's downfall due to hubris
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reading/english vocabulary
literal language
figurative language
simile
metaphor
words used according to their dictionary definition
imaginative way to compare including simile and metaphor
compares 2 unlike things using like or as
compares to unlike things w/o using like or as
literal language
words used according to their dictionary definition
figurative language
imaginative way to compare including simile and metaphor
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Animal Vocabulary Reading Characters and English
cat
dog
pig
horse
cat
dog
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English, Reading, Vocabulary.
demandingly
ambivalent
incorporated
rationalized
insistently
Having mixed or opposing feelings at the same time
(of a company or other organization) formed into a legal corp…
justify, explain, to make excuses for
demandingly
insistently
ambivalent
Having mixed or opposing feelings at the same time
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Vocabulary 9-Reading Captured English
barefoot
paddle
suggestion
downstream
without shoes
to move a small light boat through water, using one or more p…
advice
The direction in which a stream is flowing
barefoot
without shoes
paddle
to move a small light boat through water, using one or more p…
Reading and English Vocabulary Bethany Krayecki
Persistence
Precision
Arbitrarily
Instinctive
To go on about opposition remaining unchanged.
Exact about something.
Random.
Done without thought and instant.
Persistence
To go on about opposition remaining unchanged.
Precision
Exact about something.
English Vocabulary for Reading Test
Raymond's Run
Mind
Subject
Prodigy
...
To take care of
Likely to have; having a tendency
Child with expectional talent
Raymond's Run
...
Mind
To take care of
English Reading Vocabulary (8)
venerable
clairvoyant
headway
mendacity
commanding respect because of great age or impressive dignity…
(adj. ) having or claiming to have the power of seeing object…
(noun) forward movement; progress in a forward direction:... The…
(noun) the quality of being mendacious; untruthfulness; tende…
venerable
commanding respect because of great age or impressive dignity…
clairvoyant
(adj. ) having or claiming to have the power of seeing object…
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English summer reading vocabulary
Doggedly
Anguished
Assimilation
Exasperated
Adv. stubbornly
Adj. showing great suffering
N. the orocess of a minority group being absorbed into majori…
Adj. greatly irritated; angered
Doggedly
Adv. stubbornly
Anguished
Adj. showing great suffering
English -Read 180 - Greer Vocabulary
Indication (noun)
scrupulously (adverb)
lethargy (noun)
incapacitated (adjective)
Anything that points out , as a sign or token , synonym is hi…
minutely careful. precise or exact... synonym : carefully
the state of being drowsy and dull, listless and unenergetic,…
unable to act or respond... synonym- incapable or weak
Indication (noun)
Anything that points out , as a sign or token , synonym is hi…
scrupulously (adverb)
minutely careful. precise or exact... synonym : carefully
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English 9 Summer Reading Vocabulary
Submission
Transient
Malcontent
Narcotic
(noun)the act of yielding to the authority of another
(adj.) lasting only a short time
(adj.)to be dissatisfied with existing conditions, and possib…
(noun) a drug, or other substance affecting mood or behavior.…
Submission
(noun)the act of yielding to the authority of another
Transient
(adj.) lasting only a short time
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Reading Vocabulary
Envisioning
Inferring
Realistic Fiction
Historical Fiction
making a picture in your mind
using clues to understand what the author is really saying
a story that is not true but could really happen
a story that is not true but is based on real events in the p…
Envisioning
making a picture in your mind
Inferring
using clues to understand what the author is really saying
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English Vocabulary C reading
affair
change
common
creation
zaak
veranderen
gewoon
creatie
affair
zaak
change
veranderen
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