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ENGLISH unwilling to do something. plentiful or in large amounts. flying. tasty but not sweet. ridiculous or silly. Big
Figurative Language The saying ''A mountain of ashes' is an example of what poetic term?. 'The alarm clock screamed at me this morning.'Is an example of what poetic term?. The reapting of the sound 'sizzle,sizzle'is an example of what poetic term?. 'Brave as a lion'Is an example if what poetic term?. 'Faith unfaithful kept him falsely true'Is an example of what poetic term?. Teenage
To Kill a Mockingbird Characters Adjectives boyish. strict. cantankerous. well-respected. mysterious. Older Children
The Raven Complete the crossword puzzle stop. old-fashioned, out of date. asking. cheerless, unhappy. a bow or another sign of respect. Older Children
Of Mice and Men beguiling, captivating, enchanting. insightful, intense, deep. scurried, scampered, dashed. downcast, dejected, depressed. condescendingly, scornfully, disdainfully. Older Children
Romeo and juliet1 deadly. temperment. brave. enter without permission. long, slender sword. Hard
The Burglar's Breakfast Vocabulary To hunt or look for something (like hunt) . Marks of hints that a person left behind to show where they walked. The future tense of 'will' or 'must'; a word that says something will be done in the future. A person who steals other people's things. To make something or someone follow . Easy
The Outsiders: Vocabulary a slang term for jail. unconcerned about consequences; without caution. to cut off or hold back. a street fight. cotton fabric with stripes or checks. Older Children
Canterbury Tales Vocabulary decorated; trimmed. showing care or concern. confident; cheerful. authorization; act of giving authority to an individual. act of freeing someone of a sin or criminal charge. Older Children
English Words find forgotten english words To go; to yeild. To hate;to detest utterly(V). To bilittle;to put down (V). To arouse to action (V). Pull away; split from(V). Hard
A Raisin in the Sun long speech or talk made by one person. a state of dreamy or fanciful mediation; a daydream. quickly; speedily. showing great suffering as from worry or grief. inscription on a tombstone; summary of a deceased person's life. Hard
Beauty and The Beast Vocabulary to give much praise. by own choice. spledid, beautiful. a person who sells or buys merchandise for profit (make money). kindness or forgiveness more than what is expected. Older Children
Call of the Wild Age of main character. Means of capture. Mode of getaway. Manuel's weakness. Mother. Older Children
April Raintree lack of concern, don't care. emotional distress and unhappiness. want to learn, ask questions. when things don't make sense. Adult
Similes, Metaphors, and Personification Determine the answer for each number down and across. Fill in the answers into the boxes in the crossword that corresponds to the number. The answer must fit correctly into the corresponding number of boxes given in the crossword. A figure of speech in which two unlike things are compared without the use of like or as. . 'The stars dance in the night sky' is an example of figurative language technique?. 'The trees were begging for water.' What is being personified in this sentence?. A figure of speech in which two unlike things are being compared using the words 'like' or 'as'. . In the sentence, 'That car is a boat', how many things are being compared?. Teenage
Literary Terms A figure of speech in which things are said to be another thing without 'Like' or 'As'. A gross exaggeration for rhetorical effect. A claim that is so obvious or self-evident as to be hardly worth mentioning. A contrasting parallelism of expressions, sentences, or ideas. The use of words whose pronunciation suggest their meaning. Teenage
Literary Terms A figure of speech in which things are said to be another thing without 'Like' or 'As'. A gross exaggeration for rhetorical effect. A claim that is so obvious or self-evident as to be hardly worth mentioning. contrasting parallelism of expressions, sentences, or ideas. The use of words whose pronunciation suggest their meaning. Moderately Challenging
My Diary From Here to There Groups of workers joined together to protect their jobs and improve working conditions. Protests in which people refuse to buy from or work for a person, nation, or business. A group of similar cells that work together to carry out a job. A person who was born in a country or who chooses to live in and become a member of that country. Someone's feelings or thoughts that are not true or felt by everyone. Hard
Verbs 'You walk' is singular. Word that expresses an action or a state of being?. 'She walks' is singular 'They walk' is plural. The child feels happy. 'I walk' is singular 'We walk' is plural. Older Children
Writing forms and reports A report that includes the group calculations such as subtotals, but does not include the individual detail lines is called a ____ report. Once you create mailing labels, you can customize them just as you can customize other reports. In ____ view, you can add a picture to the label, change the font size, adjust the spacing between controls, or make any other desired changes. . controls are not associated with data from the database and are used to display such things as the reportís title. To assign a theme to a single object, click the Themes button (Design tab | Themes group) to display the Theme ____. . The contents of the ____ section print once at the beginning of the report. Older Children
Persuasive Techniques The writer attacks or praises an opponent or idea. This shows the writer's contention and places the reader in agreement with the writer.. To exaggerate and over dramatise a situation. One sidedness in presentation of view/opinion. Can subjectivly influence the reader by intentionally only presenting one side of the argument. A genral statement that states that the case being discussed is true for a majority of people.. when the reader plays on people's emotions such as fears, insecurities, hopes and things that are valued.. Big
English Morgan Freemen provides the voice of _____ in many movies.. hearing a G on the piano and seeing the color green. chapters of a story ______ to become a book.. a dominant recurring feature of a piece. Im so hungry I could eat a horse. Hard
The Boy Who Cried Wolf person who writes a book. a short tale to teach a moral lesson. not the truth. person who takes care of sheep. person who draws the pictures. Young Kids
The Outsiders Vocabulary fierce, cruel, or rude. to draw back or tense the body; flinch. someone who has withdrawn from society or chosen to live in seclusion. embarrassed or bashful. suspension or fear of future trouble. Teenage
Newpaper Key Terms Exciting or shocking article, intended to interest the public - not necessarily accurate.. Prejudice in favour or against something.. A compact paper, designed to appeal to a mass audience.. A serious newspaper aimed at professional, highly-educated people.. A few words to describe or give detail to an image or photograph.. Teenage
The silver donkey what color did the sky say he would make the grass. another word for snake. the people thought that this animal was hard headed. what tiger tried to do to the sky. what did the sky say that he would make the birds do. Hard
Oliver Holmes excelled in humorous... . author of 4.... Greek sea God who called up or calmed storms by blowing through a shell. remembered for his.... also trained in medicine here from 1833-35. Older Children
English Use of a literal work or clues. Contradiction between what a character thinks. One thing is spoken of as though it were something else. Feeling of uncertainty about the outcome of events. Non-human subject is given human characteristics. Older Children
English Character vs. Outside Force. High point of the suspense and interest. shows only one trait. Character vs. The Inside Of The Character. doesn't change. Teenage
Because of Winn-Dixie- Spelling a meal outdoors. a bug. small. to make a pounding noise. to let something fall. Young Kids
Timescape The town the Kings used to live in.. The ship in the portal that the younger brother was sucked into.. The older brother that enjoys movie making.. The large man who stole the kid's mother.. The younger brother that likes to play soccer.. Hard
Ethan Frome Ethan's wife. Ethan's occupation. The town where the Fromes live. Zeena's cousin. Zeena's favorite wedding present. Teenage
Bye, Bye Birdie Hugo drinks this and 'gets looped'. What Conrad will give Kim. Nerdy boy. Romantic song, '________, Talk to Me'. Bye, Bye ___________. Older Children
Esperanza Rising Chapter 1 bitter feelings about having been treated unfairly. (of a place) to be filled or echo with a sound. the condition of being right, appropriate, or fitting. an attractively arranged group of flowers. a shady garden alcove with sides and a roof formed by trees over a framework.. Older Children
The Horned Toad Prince channel in which water runs through. large area of rolling grass. roped. act of kindness. name of the horse. Older Children
Fahrenheit 451 in a routine manner. certainty, confidence. a language specialist. delicate, ornamental work made from twisted wire of gold or silver. excess words; wordiness. Teenage
Understanding Text An idea in the text. What someone thinks. One way to get public support for a cause. Beast. To treat with extreme unkindness. Teenage
Fahrenheit 451 in a routine manner. certainty, confidence. a language specialist. delicate, ornamental work made from twisted wire of gold or silver. excess words; wordiness. Hard
Sarah Plain and Tall Vocabulary one who wanders around everywhere. to fly in a circular course. move with soft fluttering or crackling sound. to treat rudely or meanly. rough to the touch. Older Children
A MAIDEN WITH A WOODEN BOWL unwavering, persistent. polish, varnish. misgiving, doubt. profusion, plenty. sad, pitiful. Big
CROWBOY excavate. crawler - speedster. entertain, keep busy - bore. sad, pitiful - cheerful. sunrise - dask. Easy
CRICKET BOY anger, rage - calm. distressed - peaceful. laugh, chuckle. spectator area, exhibition are. craze, trend. Big
THE STORY OF THE AGED MOTHER Worried, Nervous - Calm. Observe - Ignore. Withered, Shrunken - Bloated. Vegtable used as utensil. Peak,Top - Nadir. Older Children
Hufflepuff and Gryfindor A kangaroo carries their joey in one.. Synonym (similar in meaning) of yell. This is ____________ house.. The same as sixty minutes.. Please place that over ____________.. Simple
A Glossary of GCSE literary terms An improbable comedy. Very shocking or dramatic emotional scene. Animals are used in a moral tale or story. The main topic linking ideas. A way for the author to introduce ideas that have happened previously. Hard
Ravenclaw Anytonym (opposite) of soft. It is _____________ house.. The same as sixty minutes.. Please place that over ____________.. Antonym (opposite) of in.. Simple
THE STORY OF THE AGED MOTHER Anger - Calm. Distressed - Peaceful. Indestructible - Destructible. Enthusiastic - Apathetic. Boring - Exciting. Teenage
RAMAYANA Anger - Calm. Distressed - Peaceful. Indestructible - Destructible. Enthusiastic - Apathetic. Boring - Exciting. Hard
3 little pigs where they live. the animal who tries to eat the pigs. somethin to light a fire in. how many pigs where there. Easy
les misrables an act or instance of relinquishing, abandoning, repudiating, or sacrificing something, as a right, title, person, or ambition. mean; worthless. to destroy a great number or proportion of. to draw out or lengthen, especially in time. one of the community or inhabitants of a parish. Hard
 
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