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Infer Deduce or conclude. Hint or imply. Being able to pick up on hints & figure something out based on those hints.
Determined Having mad a firm decision & being resolved NOT to change it.
Honor Noun: High respect Verb: treat with respect
Anxious worried or nervous, because something’s about to happen & you don’t know what the outcome will be
Chaos Complete disorder or confusion & unpredictable behavior.
1st person Told by a narrator who is acting, speaking, involved in the story – they are there – they are taking part in the action.
2nd person Rare, not in our books shows up in speeches, letters, and tech writing.
3rd Omniscient A method of story telling in which the narrator knows the thoughts/feelings of all the characters.
3rd Limited Narrator is telling the story from one person’s perspective.
Figurative language Departs from every day literal language for the sake of comparison, emphasis, clarity, or freshness.
Similes Compare 2 unlike things with like or as. Ex: My brother eats like a pig
Metaphor Fig of speech where what you say to compare is not literal. My brother is a pig.
Symbolism the practice representing things by symbols (cross)
Allay Diminish or put at rest (fear, suspicion, or worry, relieve or alleviate pain or hunger.
Excruciating (adj) Intensely painful, mentally agonizing, very embarrassing, awkward, or tedious.
Elated – going to have to know the word and be able to replace it elated [ɪˈleɪtɪd] adj full of high spirits, exhilaration, pride or optimism; very happy elated adj elatedly adv elatedness n
Flourish – going to have to know the word & be able to replace it. verb 1. To grow well or luxuriantly; thrive: The crops flourished in the rich soil. 2. To do or fare well; prosper: "No village on the railroad failed to flourish" (John Kenneth
You’re going to have to know what a “life lesson” is. A life lesson is just what it sounds like -- a lesson you learn in life. It's really based on the idea of learning from your mistakes. Life lessons could be described as defining moments that are remembered.
You’re going to have to know what perseveres means, for your essay question. Verb Continue in a course of action even in the face of difficulty or with little or no indication of success. Synonyms persist
You’re going to have to know what adversity means, for your essay question. Noun A state of hardship or affliction.
You’re going to have to know what a work ethic is to be able to answer your essay question. Noun A belief in the moral value of work.
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