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Vocabulary #13 English/ Language Arts
bamboozle
cantankerous
chortle
dillydally
to trick or mislead
ill-tempered, irritable
to chuckle or snort with amusement
to put off what one should be doing, to dawdle
bamboozle
to trick or mislead
cantankerous
ill-tempered, irritable
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English Language Arts Poem Vocabulary
Alliteration
Assonance
Ballad
Free verse
Repetition of consonant sounds
Repetition of vowel sounds
A poem or song that tells a story
Poetry without a rhyme
Alliteration
Repetition of consonant sounds
Assonance
Repetition of vowel sounds
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Language Arts Vocabulary (3 books)
Rable Rousing
Flourish
Perpetual
Blithely
A person who speaks with the intention of inflaming the emoti…
to make dramatic sweeping gesture
continuing or enduring forever; everlasting
joyously, merry, carefree
Rable Rousing
A person who speaks with the intention of inflaming the emoti…
Flourish
to make dramatic sweeping gesture
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Academic Vocabulary For English Language Arts
Plot
Rising action
Climax
Falling action
Series of related events in the story (what happens).
Action in the story that occurs between the introduction of t…
The most dramatic moment in the story the moment of highest i…
Action in the story between the climax in the resolution of t…
Plot
Series of related events in the story (what happens).
Rising action
Action in the story that occurs between the introduction of t…
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English Language Arts Vocabulary [4]
culmination
refugee
humanitarian
discrimination
complete or end
someone seeking shelter or safety
helping improve others lives
knowing the different type of people
culmination
complete or end
refugee
someone seeking shelter or safety
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English language arts vocabulary #2
Ana
Syn
Chrono/o
Geo
Back, against
With, together
Time
Earth, ground
Ana
Back, against
Syn
With, together
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English language arts vocabulary terms
Pan
Reaction
Wide angle
Close up
A movement of a camera horizontally.
...
Describes a camera lens that gives an u
Tightly frames a person or object.
Pan
A movement of a camera horizontally.
Reaction
...
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English Language Arts Vocabulary #2
Argument
Audience
Ballad
Bandwagon
An address or composition intended to convince or persuade; p…
The persons reached by a book, radio or television broadcast,…
A simple narrative poem of folk origin, composed in short sta…
A party, cause, movement,etc., that by its mass appeal or str…
Argument
An address or composition intended to convince or persuade; p…
Audience
The persons reached by a book, radio or television broadcast,…
Vocabulary 10 English Language Arts
impending
ferret
engross
devise
about to happen, hanging over in a menacing way
a kind of weasel;(v.)to search or hunt out; to torment, badger
to occupy the complete attention, absorb fully
to think out, plan, figure out, invent, create
impending
about to happen, hanging over in a menacing way
ferret
a kind of weasel;(v.)to search or hunt out; to torment, badger
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English language arts vocabulary #5
Intricate
Ponder
Genial
Dank
Complicated involved detailed
To think or or consider carefully
Cheerful friendly
Unpleasantly damp, air or temp
Intricate
Complicated involved detailed
Ponder
To think or or consider carefully
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English Language Arts Vocabulary 2
contingent
eventuality
implausible
inconceivable
Conditional; Dependent on other things
something that may occur; a possibility
Difficult to believe; not likely or credible
Impossible to comprehend or grasp fully
contingent
Conditional; Dependent on other things
eventuality
something that may occur; a possibility
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English Language Arts Vocabulary #7
Andr/o
Centr
Crac
Gen
Man, male
Center
Government, rule
Birth, produce, race
Andr/o
Man, male
Centr
Center
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English language arts vocabulary #6
De
Gen
Geo
Graph
Away, down, not
Birth, produce, race
Earth, ground
Write, written
De
Away, down, not
Gen
Birth, produce, race
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Vocabulary for English language arts B
Obsolete
Fretful
Admonition
Flustered
No longer in use
Disposed
To be cautious
To be agitated or confused
Obsolete
No longer in use
Fretful
Disposed
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English language arts vocabulary one
void
ritual
devious
contend
empty space
a ceremonial act or series of such acts
shifty not straight foward
to compete
void
empty space
ritual
a ceremonial act or series of such acts
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Language arts vocabulary. English 1
Altruistic
Ambivalent
Angular
Arrogant
Unselfishly concerned for the welfare of others, generous
Having contrary feeling or attitudes, uncertain as to course…
Lean
Overbearingly assuming; insolently proud, not meek
Altruistic
Unselfishly concerned for the welfare of others, generous
Ambivalent
Having contrary feeling or attitudes, uncertain as to course…
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Academic Vocabulary for English Language Arts
plot
rising action
climax
falling action
series of related events in a story (what happens)
action in a story that occurs between the introduction of the…
the most dramatic moment in the story; the moment of highest…
action in the story between the climax and the resolution of…
plot
series of related events in a story (what happens)
rising action
action in a story that occurs between the introduction of the…
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English Language Arts Vocabulary Words
loquacious
magnanimous
iridescent
sporadic
very chatty
kind
colorful
happens randomly
loquacious
very chatty
magnanimous
kind
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Academic vocabulary for English language arts
Plot
Rising action
Climax
Falling action
Series of related events in the story (what happens).
Action in the story that occurs between the introduction of t…
The most dramatic moment in the story the moment of highest i…
Action in the story between the climax in the resolution of t…
Plot
Series of related events in the story (what happens).
Rising action
Action in the story that occurs between the introduction of t…
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Academic vocabulary for English language arts
Plot
Rising action
Climax
Falling action
Series of related events in the story what happens
Action in the story that occurs between the introduction of t…
The most dramatic moment in the story the moment of highest i…
Action in the story between the climax in the resolution of t…
Plot
Series of related events in the story what happens
Rising action
Action in the story that occurs between the introduction of t…
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English Language Arts Vocabulary TEST
Affect
Analyze
Evidence
Impact
To produce a response or a reaction
To separate and examine
specific information
to have a direct effect on
Affect
To produce a response or a reaction
Analyze
To separate and examine
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Important TExES English Language Arts Vocabulary
phonology
phonemes
morphology
morphemes
study of the sound system of a language
basic unit of sound
study of the structure of words/words formation
smallest representation of meaning
phonology
study of the sound system of a language
phonemes
basic unit of sound
English language art vocabulary words
Epitomized
Retaliate
Permeated
Yearned
Be a perfect example of
Make an attack or assault in return for a similar attack
Spread throughout (something) pervade
Have an intense feeling of longing for something,typically so…
Epitomized
Be a perfect example of
Retaliate
Make an attack or assault in return for a similar attack
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Middle School English Language Arts Test 5047 Language Use and Vocabulary
grammar
usage
syntax
writing mechanics
In a language, a system of rules that enables us to communica…
This is the way words and phrases are utilized correctly in w…
Sentence structure
the conventions of print that do not exist in oral language,…
grammar
In a language, a system of rules that enables us to communica…
usage
This is the way words and phrases are utilized correctly in w…
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english (language arts) midterm- book questions
why does Ben feel like he has a "tunne…
what is Miro's assignment?
who is Miro's favorite American singer?
why does Artkin say "we are forever ho…
he was shot
to kill the bus driver
Elvis Pearsly
their homeland is occupied by others
why does Ben feel like he has a "tunne…
he was shot
what is Miro's assignment?
to kill the bus driver
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Important TeXes English language art vocabulary
phonology
phonemes
morphology
morphemes
study of the sound system of a language
basic unit of sound
study of the structure of words/words formation
smallest representation of meaning
phonology
study of the sound system of a language
phonemes
basic unit of sound
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Vocabulary Words for English Language Arts Standards- Language - Grade 2
verb, or plural verbs
Noun, or the plural Nouns
Pronoun, or the plural Pronouns
adjective, or plural adjectives
( " 1. Abbr. V or vb. a. The part of speech that expresses ex…
(" 1.The part of speech that is used to name a person, place,…
(" 1. The part of speech that substitutes for nouns or noun p…
(" 1. The part of speech that modifies a noun or other substa…
verb, or plural verbs
( " 1. Abbr. V or vb. a. The part of speech that expresses ex…
Noun, or the plural Nouns
(" 1.The part of speech that is used to name a person, place,…
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English and language arts 4-8 vocabulary and activities
What is listening and reading
What are listening and reading activit…
How can a teacher promote oral communi…
What is Active voice
both require the use of skills in phonology, syntax, semantic…
teachers can set a purpose for listening, provide questions b…
role play, language play, sharing (show/tell), pair interview…
Expresses an action done by its subject.
What is listening and reading
both require the use of skills in phonology, syntax, semantic…
What are listening and reading activit…
teachers can set a purpose for listening, provide questions b…
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Vocabulary, Unit 7, Book A, Language Arts
authorize
culprit
dawdle
dissect
to approve or permit
a person who has committed a crime or is guilty of some misco…
to waste time;to be idle
to cut apart in preparation for scientific study; to analyze…
authorize
to approve or permit
culprit
a person who has committed a crime or is guilty of some misco…
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7th Grade English Language Arts Vocabulary
Acknowledge
Drastic
Comply
Candid
Accept or admit to the existence or truth of something
Severe; extreme; having a far-reaching effect
Go along with; obey; agree to
Extremely honest; straight forward
Acknowledge
Accept or admit to the existence or truth of something
Drastic
Severe; extreme; having a far-reaching effect
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English Language Arts EOG review vocabulary
Objective
Character Motivation
Summarize
Dialogue
One's purpose, goal or target
Reasons behind the characters actions
to briefly state only the main idea and important details
Conversation between characters in a literary work
Objective
One's purpose, goal or target
Character Motivation
Reasons behind the characters actions
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English/Language Arts vocabulary&terms #1
ALLEGORY
AMBIGUITY
ANTAGONIST
PROTAGONIST
A visible symbol or story representing a larger concept or ab…
An action,event, situation or idea that may be interpreted in…
A character or force in conflict with the main character--(Ba…
Chief character in a dramatic or narrative work, usually tryi…
ALLEGORY
A visible symbol or story representing a larger concept or ab…
AMBIGUITY
An action,event, situation or idea that may be interpreted in…
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Wordly Wise Book 12/Language Arts Terminology Lesson 1
Acolyte
Bibulous
Coalesce
Covert
(n.) a person who assists in some religious services by carry…
(adj.) given to the consumption of alcoholic drinks; highly a…
(v.) to grow together; to unite to form a whole.
(adj.) not openly acknowledged; secret.
Acolyte
(n.) a person who assists in some religious services by carry…
Bibulous
(adj.) given to the consumption of alcoholic drinks; highly a…
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Wordly Wise 3000 Book 9 Language Arts Final
Potential
Dexterity
Faculties
Articulates
the ability to do something
skill in performing tasks with hands
staff of a school or university
the ability to speak fluently
Potential
the ability to do something
Dexterity
skill in performing tasks with hands
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English language arts vocabulary words to study
Effective
Inference
Conclusion
Similar
effectual; producing a strong response; striking; in operatio…
A conclusion reached on the basis of evidence and reasoning.
The wraping or the end of something.
Something that is the same as something else.
Effective
effectual; producing a strong response; striking; in operatio…
Inference
A conclusion reached on the basis of evidence and reasoning.
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ENGLISH - Language Arts - Vocabulary Guide (8th Grade)
name calling
glittering generalities
bandwagon
testamonial
A method of propaganda that is an attempt to turn people agai…
Emotionally appealing words associated with highly-valued con…
BUT M-O-M!! EVERYBODY ELSE'S PARENTS BUY THEIR KIDS THOSE NIK…
a person (often a celebrity) supports a product or service
name calling
A method of propaganda that is an attempt to turn people agai…
glittering generalities
Emotionally appealing words associated with highly-valued con…
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English Language Arts 2 vocabulary terms:
Abrasive
Bilk
Covert
Engender
adj )rough; coarse; harsh
v) cheat; defraud
adj) hidden; undercover
v ) cause
Abrasive
adj )rough; coarse; harsh
Bilk
v) cheat; defraud
Vocabulary - Language Art (book of three-#4)
reproachful
piteous
lurking
wrath
disapproving, critical
heartbreaking, sad
hinding behind, ready to pounce
anger
reproachful
disapproving, critical
piteous
heartbreaking, sad
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Important TExES English Language Arts Vocabulary
phonology
phonemes
morphology
morphemes
study of the sound system of a language
basic unit of sound
study of the structure of words/words formation
smallest representation of meaning
phonology
study of the sound system of a language
phonemes
basic unit of sound
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Middle School English Language Arts Test 5047 Language Use and Vocabulary
In a language, a system of rules that…
This is the way words and phrases are…
Sentence structure
the conventions of print that do not e…
grammar
usage... Usage
syntax... Syntax
writing mechanics
In a language, a system of rules that…
grammar
This is the way words and phrases are…
usage... Usage
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Honors 10 English Language Arts Vocabulary
alliteration
allusion
antagonist
archetypes
the repetition of initial consonant sounds in words that are…
a reference made to a well-known person, event, or place from…
the force that opposes or struggles against the main character
universal symbols - images, characters, motifs, or patterns -…
alliteration
the repetition of initial consonant sounds in words that are…
allusion
a reference made to a well-known person, event, or place from…
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6th Grade English Language Arts Academic Vocabulary-Literature Standards
textual evidence (text evidence) (RL.6…
characterization
climax
alliteration
"word for word support"
The means through which an author reveals a character's perso…
The point in a play, novel, short story, or narrative poem at…
This is when two or more words in a group of words begin with…
textual evidence (text evidence) (RL.6…
"word for word support"
characterization
The means through which an author reveals a character's perso…
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Language arts book reading story vocabulary
decorated
mystifying
faltered
distinction
denoting a stage of English Gothic church architecture
utterly bewilder or perplex
start to lose strength or momentum
a difference or contrast between similar things or people
decorated
denoting a stage of English Gothic church architecture
mystifying
utterly bewilder or perplex
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English Language Arts Vocabulary unit 8
Abnormal
Capsize
Catastrophe
Decrease
(Adjective). Not usual, not typical, strange.
(Verb). To turn bottom side up, upset.
(Noun). A large-scale disaster, misfortune, or failure.
(Verb). To become or make less.
Abnormal
(Adjective). Not usual, not typical, strange.
Capsize
(Verb). To turn bottom side up, upset.
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English/Language Arts Test Vocabulary To KNOW!
Best
Conclude, Conclusion
Contribute
Convince
...
...
...
...
Best
...
Conclude, Conclusion
...
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English Language Arts 3-4H Vocabulary 3
Abject (adj)
Compel (verb)
Conjecture (noun)
Dejected (adj)
Lowly, miserable, wretched
To force or strongly persuade; coerce
A guess, often one based on inadequate or faulty evidence
Downcast or sad; depressed
Abject (adj)
Lowly, miserable, wretched
Compel (verb)
To force or strongly persuade; coerce
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Language arts a the book holes vocabulary
Pronounced
Precarious
Commotion
Suppress
Very noticeable
likely to fall or collapse
An uproar or a state of confusion and noisy disturbance
Forcibly put an end to
Pronounced
Very noticeable
Precarious
likely to fall or collapse
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English Language Arts 3-4H Vocabulary 1
Conductive (adj)
Deduce (verb)
Evince (verb)
Impetuous (adj)
Supportive; encouraging; helping to bring about
To draw a conclusion from fact; to infer
To establish; to reflect the truth of
Acting passionately and without forethought
Conductive (adj)
Supportive; encouraging; helping to bring about
Deduce (verb)
To draw a conclusion from fact; to infer
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English Language Arts 3-4H Vocabulary 2
Anatomy (noun)
Compunction (noun)
Concise (adj)
Dichotomy (noun)
The structure or parts, taken as a whole
Feeling of regret or remorse
Brief and straightforward
Two opposite parts of a whole
Anatomy (noun)
The structure or parts, taken as a whole
Compunction (noun)
Feeling of regret or remorse
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Vocabulary Set 4, English/Language Arts vocabulary
Euphemism
Semantics
Connotation
Denotation
A mild or indirect word or expression for one considered to b…
The branch of linguistics and logic concerned with meaning. T…
An idea or feeling that a work invokes in addition to its lit…
The literature or primary meaning of a work, in contrast to t…
Euphemism
A mild or indirect word or expression for one considered to b…
Semantics
The branch of linguistics and logic concerned with meaning. T…
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