We think you have liked this presentation. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. Share buttons are a little bit lower. Thank you!
Presentation is loading. Please wait.
Published byCarlos MacGregor
Modified over 4 years ago
Vocabulary List 2 English 3 Honors January 23, 2013
Acquiesce Verb Ak-wee-es To agree without protest; to comply silently
Affinity Noun uh-fin-i-tee A natural, immediate liking for someone or something
Bevy Noun Bev-ee A large group as in a bevy of fish OR a bevy of options
Candor Noun Honesty, frankness
Derelict Adjective der-uh-likt Abandoned, run-down
Erudite Adjective er-oo-dahyt Characterized by great knowledge; learned and scholarly
Facetious Adjective fuh-see-shuh s Not meant to be taken seriously or literally
Hapless Adjective Hap-lis Unlucky; unfortunate
Hirsute Adjective hur-soot Covered in hair; hairy and shaggy
Incessant Adjective in-ses-uh nt] Unending; continuing without interruption
Laudatory Adjective Law-da-tuh- ree Full of praise; giving praise
Lithe Adjective lihyth Bending readily; flexible and pliant
Lurid Adjective loo r-id Shocking; glaringly sensational
Maelstrom Noun meyl-struhm Chaos; a restless, tumultuous, or disordered state of affairs
Paramour Noun par-uh-moo r A lover, especially one in an adulterous relationship
Prevaricate Verb Pri-var-i-keyt To lie; to deliberately create the wrong impression
Requiem Noun Rek-wee-uhm Any musical service, hymn, or dirge for the dead
Sacrosanct Adjective Sak-roh-sangkt Extremely sacred or holy
Supine Adjective soo-pahyn Inactive, passive, or inert, especially from indolence of indifference
Voracious Adjective Vor-a-shuhs Craving or requiring large quantities of something As in a voracious appetite or a voracious reader
The Necklace Vocabulary Vocabulary 1 English 1. prospects noun chances or possibilities, especially for financial success Do you think Johnny Football.
Vocabulary Unit 7 Part A Student Card - Side 1 Student Card Side - 2 Vocabulary word Part(s) of Speech Rate your understanding 1-5 Student’s initials.
Aberration n. – A deviating from the right path or usual course of action; a mental disorder, especially of a minor or temporary nature. Sample – We were.
Gustar con infinitivos:
Delight Impersonate Incentive Objective Flexible Vocabulary Quad Cards.
Vocabulary – Sherman Alexie. Step 1: Listen to the teacher say the word betray (v.)
A Christmas Carol Vocabulary Staves 1-2.
Vocabulary List #4 SAT Prep words English 11 Academic.
Vocabulary Workshop 1. As-pire (Verb) – an action word Meaning - To aspire is to want to do or be something Examples 1.I aspire to become a professional.
English In motion 4 July grammar and vocabulary review Saint Louis School English Department Carlos Schwerter Garc í a.
You probably find many new words when you do your English activities. Don’t panic. Use a strategy to learn the new words. Avoid writing all the unknown.
Vocabulary List #4 SAT Prep words English 11 Honors.
Review Name at least 5 verbs in Spanish that you know and what they mean.
G RAMMAR Q UIZ Curriculum links Covers several aspects of Functional English / Adult literacy (writing) Entry 3, Level 1, Level 2. May Kindly contributed.
English 9 and Bible Miss McCoy Lesson 2 (a): Verbs.
PARTS OF SPEECH GRAMMAR. 8 PARTS OF SPEECH 1)Noun 2) Pronoun 3) Verb 4) Adjective 5) Adverb 6) Preposition 7) Conjunction 8) Interjection.
Sir Gawain and the Green Knight Vocabulary Terms.
Vocabulary Unit 3- Great American Speeches Mrs. Jones English III H.
“You may be deceived if you trust too much, but you will live in torment if you do not trust enough.” ~Frank Crane.
Wellcome to ENGLISH 2 class 3 rd Meeting. Passive vs active Subject of A Sentence Performs the Action of the Verb VS Subject of A Sentence Receives the.
© 2018 SlidePlayer.com Inc. All rights reserved.