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Academic and Language Arts Vocabulary
Predict
Compare
Cause
Contrast
to say or estimate something that will happen in the future b…
to observe how two or more things are similar
to make something happen
to observe how two or more things are different
Predict
to say or estimate something that will happen in the future b…
Compare
to observe how two or more things are similar
Language Arts Vocabulary
Am
Capit
Amor
Amateur
Love
Head
Love
Doing something you love as a pastime
Am
Love
Capit
Head
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Language Arts vocabulary
Extremity
Epic
Replenish
Negotiate
The farthest or outmost point or part;the greatest degree;gra…
A long poem about the adventures of a great hero
To refill or resupply;restore
To settle by discussing; to arrange an agreement
Extremity
The farthest or outmost point or part;the greatest degree;gra…
Epic
A long poem about the adventures of a great hero
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Language Arts Vocabulary
society
disassociate
socialize
sociable
a structured community of people bound together by similar tr…
to end an association with another person or group
to take part in group activities, or behave in a friendly way…
likely to seek out the company of other people; friendly and…
society
a structured community of people bound together by similar tr…
disassociate
to end an association with another person or group
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Language Arts- Exam Vocabulary
muddle
dilemma
debris
salvage
to make a mess of; muddle through; to get by; a hopeless mess
a difficult or perplexing situation or problem
scattered fragments, wreckage
to save from fire or shipwreck; property thus saved
muddle
to make a mess of; muddle through; to get by; a hopeless mess
dilemma
a difficult or perplexing situation or problem
150 terms
language arts vocabulary
alternate
analyze
audience
categorize
to go back and forth; change from one thing to another
Break down in order to bring out the essential elements or st…
One's listener or readership; those to whom a speech or piece…
classify, arrange in classes, group
alternate
to go back and forth; change from one thing to another
analyze
Break down in order to bring out the essential elements or st…
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Language Arts Vocabulary
Noun
Verb
Adjective
pronoun
Person place or thing
An action word
A word that describes a noun
A word that takes the place of a noun
Noun
Person place or thing
Verb
An action word
Language arts/ Vocabulary Review
vulnerable
tumultuously
emerge
melancholy
open to attack or damage
in a wild or disorderly way
to come into view
extremely sad
vulnerable
open to attack or damage
tumultuously
in a wild or disorderly way
Language Arts Vocabulary
main idea
supporting evidence or details
facts
opinions
Central Idea
information or specifics
information that can be checked and proven
a persons thoughts or beliefs
main idea
Central Idea
supporting evidence or details
information or specifics
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Language Arts Vocabulary: Unit 4, Week 2
generate
idolize
ingratitude
keepsake
(v) to bring into existence; into be the cause of
(v) to worship as an idol; to make an idol of; to love very m…
(n) a lack of thankfulness
(n) something kept in memory of the giver; a souvenir
generate
(v) to bring into existence; into be the cause of
idolize
(v) to worship as an idol; to make an idol of; to love very m…
16 terms
Language Arts Assessment Vocabulary
Best
conclude
conclusion
convince
the highest quality, excellence, or standing
to determine by reasoning
the end or close
to persuade
Best
the highest quality, excellence, or standing
conclude
to determine by reasoning
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Language Arts Figurative Language Vocabulary
Simile
Metaphor
Personification
Flashback
A comparison of two things using like or as
A comparison not using like or as
A figure of speech in which an object or animal is given huma…
A scene that interrupts the normal chronological sequence of…
Simile
A comparison of two things using like or as
Metaphor
A comparison not using like or as
16 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary
synonym
antonym
noun
verb
words that have similar meanings
words that have opposite meanings
a word that is a person, place, or thing
a word that shows action
synonym
words that have similar meanings
antonym
words that have opposite meanings
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Language Arts Vocabulary Unit 4
alliance
bewilder
buffoon
controversial
join together
to puzzle or confuse
a stupid person or a class clown
cause argument
alliance
join together
bewilder
to puzzle or confuse
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Tritt Language Arts Vocabulary, Final Review
stress
hormones
endorphins
lament
to experience worry:
Chemicals released in your body that trigger responses.
hormones
extreme sadness
stress
to experience worry:
hormones
Chemicals released in your body that trigger responses.
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language arts vocabulary
Imitate
Stupor
Survival
Remorse
copy, recreate, to do the same thing as
stunned, barely conscious; when someone is not able to think…
continuing to live or exist, especially in hard conditions
feeling sorry
Imitate
copy, recreate, to do the same thing as
Stupor
stunned, barely conscious; when someone is not able to think…
Language Arts Vocabulary
abbreviation
antonyms
chronological order
context clues
...
...
...
...
abbreviation
...
antonyms
...
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Language Arts EOG Review--Part 2--Wise/Harrell
flashback
foreshadow
hyperbole
imagery
A method of narration in which present action is temporarily…
A narrative device that hints at coming events; often builds…
An exaggeration
Description that appeals to the senses (sight, sound, smell,…
flashback
A method of narration in which present action is temporarily…
foreshadow
A narrative device that hints at coming events; often builds…
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Language Arts Vocabulary
punctuation
capital
capital
period
symbols we use to show pauses, ending of sentences, and other…
every sentence begins with this kind of letter
every "I" that is referring to yourself needs this kind of le…
ends a statement sentence
punctuation
symbols we use to show pauses, ending of sentences, and other…
capital
every sentence begins with this kind of letter
Language Arts Vocabulary
main idea
supporting evidence or details
facts
opinions
Central Idea
information or specifics
information that can be checked and proven
a persons thoughts or beliefs
main idea
Central Idea
supporting evidence or details
information or specifics
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Language Arts Vocabulary
journalism
vocabulary
literacy
proofread
newspaper writing
words and their meanings
ability to read and write well
checking your writing carefully
journalism
newspaper writing
vocabulary
words and their meanings
20 terms
Wordly Wise for Language Arts Exam
Aver
Import
Voluble
Divulge
To declare positively; to state as the truth
To make known; disclose; to bestow
Characterized by a read flow of words; talkative
To make known something secret; to reveal
Aver
To declare positively; to state as the truth
Import
To make known; disclose; to bestow
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Language Arts Vocabulary
Alliteration
Antagonist
Direct Characterization
Indirect Characterization
when two or more words in a group of words begin with the sam…
The Opponent or enemy of the main character, or protagonist.…
Author tells the reader exactly how the character acts.... Ex:…
The author shows the reader character trait through his thoug…
Alliteration
when two or more words in a group of words begin with the sam…
Antagonist
The Opponent or enemy of the main character, or protagonist.…
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Language Arts Final exam worldly wise words
flourish
abode
scanty
endorse
to thrive
The place where one lives
just barely enough
To approve of
flourish
to thrive
abode
The place where one lives
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Language Arts Vocabulary
Savory
Delectable
Inedible
Palatable
Pleasing to the taste or smell
Very delicious
Not fit to be eaten
Pleasing or pleasant tasting
Savory
Pleasing to the taste or smell
Delectable
Very delicious
Language Arts vocabulary
goading
haughty
foolhardy
plunder
encouraging, urging
snobbish, arrogant
reckless, foolish
to take wrongfully, rob
goading
encouraging, urging
haughty
snobbish, arrogant
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
Language Arts EOG Review --Part 1--Wise/Harrell
Plot
setting
climax
conflict
Sequence of events in a story
The context in time and place in which the action of a story…
Most exciting moment of the story; turning point
A struggle between opposing forces. Man vs. Man, Man vs. soci…
Plot
Sequence of events in a story
setting
The context in time and place in which the action of a story…
Language Arts EOG Review--Part 2--Wise/Harrell
flashback
foreshadow
hyperbole
imagery
A method of narration in which present action is temporarily…
A narrative device that hints at coming events; often builds…
An exaggeration
Description that appeals to the senses (sight, sound, smell,…
flashback
A method of narration in which present action is temporarily…
foreshadow
A narrative device that hints at coming events; often builds…
39 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary
point of view
theme
phrase
compare
the perspective or narrative voice from which a story is told…
big idea or central idea of a work of literature; a message a…
a group of words with a meaning; an expression; not a complet…
identify and/or give an account of the SIMILARITIES between t…
point of view
the perspective or narrative voice from which a story is told…
theme
big idea or central idea of a work of literature; a message a…
12 terms
Language Arts EOG Review--Part 4--Wise/Harrell
fantasy
myth
legend
fable
A story containing unreal, imaginary features.
A traditional story about gods, ancestors, or heroes, told to…
A narrative handed down from the past, containing historical…
A brief story that leads to a moral, often using animals as c…
fantasy
A story containing unreal, imaginary features.
myth
A traditional story about gods, ancestors, or heroes, told to…
Language Arts Boy Book Vocabulary Quiz 1
Prosperous -Adjective
Amiable -Adjective
Follage -Noun
Emphatically -Adverb
sucessful or well off.
friendly or good personal qualities.
the leaves of a plant.
strongly marked or expressed with strong emphasis.
Prosperous -Adjective
sucessful or well off.
Amiable -Adjective
friendly or good personal qualities.
LANGUAGE ARTS VOCABULARY!!!!!!!!!!!!
CAUTION
GENERATION
SEPERATION
gratitude
CAREFULNESS IN REGARD TO DANGER
THOSE HAVING THE SAME PARENTS AND BEING A STEP LINE FROM ONE…
the act or process of being separated
a state of being grateful
CAUTION
CAREFULNESS IN REGARD TO DANGER
GENERATION
THOSE HAVING THE SAME PARENTS AND BEING A STEP LINE FROM ONE…
Language Arts Vocabulary
characters
plot
theme
setting
people or animals that take part in the action of a story
the sequence of events in a story that includes the character…
the message about life or people that the author wants the re…
the time and place where a story happens
characters
people or animals that take part in the action of a story
plot
the sequence of events in a story that includes the character…
13 terms
Language arts book Vocab
Quotation marks
Free verse
Evidence
Inference
What you out around a word that the character says
Poetry that doesn't Ryme
A available body of facts to info
A conclusion that reached on the base of evidence
Quotation marks
What you out around a word that the character says
Free verse
Poetry that doesn't Ryme
Wordly Wise terms Language Arts Final 7th
Blithe
Docile
Ponderous
Verge
Adj.... 1. Cheerful;carefree. 2. Not showing proper care;heedless.
Adj.... Well behaved;easy to handle.
Adj.... Heavy and slow moving
N.V. ... N.... An edge, border or brink... V. ... To come close to and e…
Blithe
Adj.... 1. Cheerful;carefree. 2. Not showing proper care;heedless.
Docile
Adj.... Well behaved;easy to handle.
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Language Arts Vocabulary 3
wary
suavity
audacity
reposed
watchful, being on ones guard against danger, cautious
smoothly agreeable or cautious actions or manners
boldness or daring, with confident or arrogant discard for pe…
to lie dead
wary
watchful, being on ones guard against danger, cautious
suavity
smoothly agreeable or cautious actions or manners
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
32 terms
Language arts book vocab
Immense
Embedded
Exhaust
Imitate
Huge
Firmly fixed in surrounding material
Use up
Mimic
Immense
Huge
Embedded
Firmly fixed in surrounding material
28 terms
Language Arts Book Vocab
altercation
autocratic
caprice
concierge
(n.) an angry argument
domineering; tyrannical
a change of mind without any apparent reason
doorkeeper at the entrance of a building
altercation
(n.) an angry argument
autocratic
domineering; tyrannical
20 terms
6th Grade Language Arts Vocabulary
imagery
figures of speech
simile
metaphor
The use of language to evoke a picture of a person, thing, pl…
Words or phrases that mean something different from their ord…
Comparison using "like" or "as".
A comparison without using "like" or "as".
imagery
The use of language to evoke a picture of a person, thing, pl…
figures of speech
Words or phrases that mean something different from their ord…
Language Arts BNB Vocabulary
vermin
ingratitude
urchin
lam
wild mammals and birds that are believed to be harmful crops…
a shameful lack of graditude
a mischievous boy
in flight, especially from the police
vermin
wild mammals and birds that are believed to be harmful crops…
ingratitude
a shameful lack of graditude
20 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary Unit 3
animated
brood
constituent
culminate
full of life; lively; energetic
n. family of young animals... v. thinking over in a worried, unh…
a voter who elects a representative
to end or conclude; climax
animated
full of life; lively; energetic
brood
n. family of young animals... v. thinking over in a worried, unh…
18 terms
Language Arts Academic Vocabulary
author's purpose
cause and effect
double negative
drawing conclusions
the reason for writing (to inform, entertain, or persuade)
cause is the action that makes something happen; Effect is th…
using two negative forms together in a phrase or sentence (no…
reaching a conclusion, or final decision, about something
author's purpose
the reason for writing (to inform, entertain, or persuade)
cause and effect
cause is the action that makes something happen; Effect is th…
20 terms
Vocabulary 8th grade Language Arts
aghast
ample
apparition
assert
(adj.) filled with amazement, disgust, fear, or terror
more than enough
(n.) a ghost or ghostly figure; an unexplained or unusual app…
(v.) To declare or state as truth, maintain or defend, put fo…
aghast
(adj.) filled with amazement, disgust, fear, or terror
ample
more than enough
34 terms
Sixth Grade Language Arts Vocabulary
Alliteration
Author's purpose
Autobiography
Biography
The repetition of repeating consonants at the beginning of wo…
The reason that the creator made a particular work, such as t…
The true story of a person's life written by that person
True story of a person's life written by someone other than t…
Alliteration
The repetition of repeating consonants at the beginning of wo…
Author's purpose
The reason that the creator made a particular work, such as t…
6th Grade Language Arts Vocabulary
Analyze
Anecdote
Argument
Central Idea
To break down into separate parts, and explain those parts
A short and amusing, but serious, account of a particular inc…
A reason or set of reasons given to try and persuade others
The unifying element of a story; ties together all the other…
Analyze
To break down into separate parts, and explain those parts
Anecdote
A short and amusing, but serious, account of a particular inc…
September Vocabulary (Language Arts)
yearned
astonished
emerge
conceal
to have a strong desire for
to fill with sudden wonder or amazement
to come out
hide
yearned
to have a strong desire for
astonished
to fill with sudden wonder or amazement
25 terms
MS Language Arts - The Last Book in the Universe - Characters and Vocabulary
Spaz
Ryter
Bean
Little Face
He lost his family so he lived with another foster family. He…
He doesn't have much time left, but he is very intelligent an…
Spaz's foster sister. She is very open-minded and very caring…
A very young boy who is given some "chox" by Spaz. This littl…
Spaz
He lost his family so he lived with another foster family. He…
Ryter
He doesn't have much time left, but he is very intelligent an…
Language Arts Review Vocabulary
alliteration
allusion
analogy
assonance
same sound at the beginning of each word
reference to a famous person, event, place, or work of litera…
finding the relationship between two words
when the vowel sounds (inside the words) are repeated
alliteration
same sound at the beginning of each word
allusion
reference to a famous person, event, place, or work of litera…
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