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English 2 Vocabulary 3rd quarter Slide 2 list 1 cacaphony - devoid cacophony capable capacity debilitate detrimental devoid cacophony capable capacity debilitate detrimental devoid Slide 3 Cacophony (N.) DEFINITION: A harsh discordance of sounds; a meaningless mixture of sounds. Sentence : He could not hear over the cacophony of instruments in the band room. Synonyms: discord, noise, clamor Slide 4 Capable (Adj.) DEFINITION: Having power and ability. Related words: capability (noun); capably (adv.) Sentence : You are capable of doing anything you put your mind to and are willing to work to achieve. Synonyms: efficient, accomplished, adequate Slide 5 Capacity (N.) DEFINITION: Maximum amount that can be contained; power of receiving impressions, knowledge Sentence : He had a large mental capacity for remembering names and birthdays. Synonyms: expanse; ability, competency Slide 6 Debilitate (V.) DEFINITION: To make weak or feeble. Related words: debilitating (gerund), debilitation (noun) Sentence : Being without food and water greatly debilitated the lost hikers. Synonyms: exhaust, weaken Slide 7 Detrimental (adj.) Definition: tending to cause harm Synonym: harmful, injurious Sentence: In basketball, it is detrimental for a player to shoot forty times a game instead of passing to his teammates. Definition: tending to cause harm Synonym: harmful, injurious Sentence: In basketball, it is detrimental for a player to shoot forty times a game instead of passing to his teammates. Slide 8 Devoid (Adj.) DEFINITION: Lacking in; free from. Related words: void (noun); avoid (verb) Sentence : Her personality is devoid of wit and creativity, which is why she is single. Synonyms: barren, destitute, empty Slide 9 Practice 1.You are capable of passing this class if you _________ and __________. 2.The cacophony debilitated my ability to _________________. 3.The plane has reached the maximum capacity for weight. We need to _____________. 1.You are capable of passing this class if you _________ and __________. 2.The cacophony debilitated my ability to _________________. 3.The plane has reached the maximum capacity for weight. We need to _____________. Slide 10 Practice 1.The cacophony of ______________ made it difficult ________________. 2.The ___________ debilitated the __________ because ____________. 3.The devoid room looked like a ________________. 1.The cacophony of ______________ made it difficult ________________. 2.The ___________ debilitated the __________ because ____________. 3.The devoid room looked like a ________________. Slide 11 list 2 diversity - equivalent diversity domain enforcement ephemeral equanimity equivalent diversity domain enforcement ephemeral equanimity equivalent Slide 12 Diversity (N.) DEFINITION: The state or quality of being different. Related: diverse (adj.) Sentence : Cultural diversity can be identified by the variety of languages spoken in a country. Synonyms: variety, multiplicity Slide 13 Domain (N.) DEFINITION: A particular environment or walk of life. Sentence : The study of English is in my domain; mathematics is not. Synonyms: specialty, arena, area, field Slide 14 Enforcement (Noun) DEFINITION: The act of ensuring obedience. Sentence : A decline in the number of police officers makes law enforcement more difficult. Synonyms: administration, insistence, carrying out Related: enforce (verb) Slide 15 Ephemeral (Adj.) DEFINITION: Lasting for a short time. Sentence : A fly has an ephemeral life span. Synonyms: brief, temporary, transient Slide 16 Equanimity (N.) DEFINITION: Calmness of temperament. Sentence : Its important to maintain your equanimity during stressful situations. Synonyms: composure, poise, serenity, coolness Slide 17 DEFINITION: equal in value, measure, force, effect, significance, etc.: Related words: equivalence Synonym: equal Sentence: His silence is equivalent to an admission of guilt. Equivalent (adj) Slide 18 Practice There is a lot of diversity at Sonora. For example, ________________. You need to take classes in the _______ of Math in order to be a Math teacher. You dated for three days. Your relationship was as __________ as Taylor Swifts. There is a lot of diversity at Sonora. For example, ________________. You need to take classes in the _______ of Math in order to be a Math teacher. You dated for three days. Your relationship was as __________ as Taylor Swifts. Slide 19 Practice Presidents must maintain their equanimity during ______________ because ___________________ ____________________________. Five liters is equivalent to ________ milliliters. Presidents must maintain their equanimity during ______________ because ___________________ ____________________________. Five liters is equivalent to ________ milliliters. Slide 20 list 3 euphoric - fester euphoric expansion explicit exposure extol fester euphoric expansion explicit exposure extol fester Slide 21 DEFINITION: a feeling of happiness, confidence, or well-being sometimes exaggerated in pathological states Related words: euphoria (noun) Synonym: joy, ecstasy, bliss Sentence: Watching the Clippers win gives one a sense of euphoria. Euphoric (adj) Slide 22 DEFINITION: the act or process of expanding Related: expand (v.), expansive (adj.), expanse (noun) Synonym: growth Sentence: The school expanded the building as more students enrolled. Expansion (n) Slide 23 DEFINITION: Fully and clearly expressed or demonstrated; leaving nothing merely implied; unequivocal: Related: explicitly (adv.) Synonym: clear, exact, specific, precise Sentence: The teacher gave explicit instructions for homework. Explicit (adj) Slide 24 Exposure (Noun) DEFINITION: uncovering; putting in view or danger Related words: expose Sentence: You should always limit your exposure to the sun. Even a brief exposure to radiation is very dangerous. showing, risk, airing, display Synonyms: showing, risk, airing, display Slide 25 Extol (v) DEFINITION: to praise highly Synonym: praise, commend, worship Example sentence: The people would extol their king as if he were a God. Slide 26 Definition: to putrefy or rot. Synonyms: rot, worsen Example sentence: The untreated wound was left to fester. Definition: to putrefy or rot. Synonyms: rot, worsen Example sentence: The untreated wound was left to fester. Fester, v. Slide 27 Practice (Write on blank space below slides) I feel euphoric when _________. It is important to extol ___________ when they _____________. Many parents attempt to limit their kids exposure to _____________. The ______________ will fester if _________. I feel euphoric when _________. It is important to extol ___________ when they _____________. Many parents attempt to limit their kids exposure to _____________. The ______________ will fester if _________. Slide 28 Practice (Write on blank space below slides) It would not have taken me five hours to build the desk if I had been given _____________ instructions. I expand my mind by __________. Challenge: Write a sentence using as many of this weeks words as possible. It would not have taken me five hours to build the desk if I had been given _____________ instructions. I expand my mind by __________. Challenge: Write a sentence using as many of this weeks words as possible. Slide 29 list 4 fundamental - initiative fundamental futile incentive indefatigable infatuation initiative fundamental futile incentive indefatigable infatuation initiative Slide 30 Fundamental (adj) Def: serving as, or being an essential part of; basic Related: fundamentally, fundamentalism, fundamentalist Synonym: basic, essential Example sentence: Using formulas is a fundamental part of solving math problems. Fundamental (adj) Def: serving as, or being an essential part of; basic Related: fundamentally, fundamentalism, fundamentalist Synonym: basic, essential Example sentence: Using formulas is a fundamental part of solving math problems. Slide 31 Futile (Adj.) DEFINITION: Producing no result or effect. Related words: futility Sentence : Convincing someone that he or she is wrong is often futile. Synonyms: ineffectual, useless, pointless Slide 32 Incentive (noun) DEFINITION: something which encourages a person to do something Sentence: Tax incentives have been very effective in encouraging people to save and invest more of their income. Bonus payments provide an incentive to work harder. Synonyms: motivation, drive, reward Slide 33 Indefatigable (Adj.) DEFINITION: Unable to be tired out. Sentence: Her indefatigable spirit helped her overcome the greatest challenges in her life. Synonyms: tireless, unflagging, unrelenting, undefeatable Slide 34 Infatuation (N.) DEFINITION: A foolish, short-lived passion. Sentence : Teenagers often confuse infatuation with true love. Synonyms: crush, obsession Related: infatuated (adj.) Slide 35 initiative (n) Definition: an introductory act or step; leading action Related: initiate (verb) Synonyms: plan, proposal, idea Example: There is a ballot initiative this year to end the death penalty in California. Definition: an introductory act or step; leading action Related: initiate (verb) Synonyms: plan, proposal, idea Example: There is a ballot initiative this year to end the death penalty in California. Slide 36 Practice It is futile to ______________ because _____________. The fundamentals of passing the CAHSEE are _______________. My indefatigable spirit will help me ____________________. My incentive to do well in school is _____________________. It is futile to ______________ because _____________. The fundamentals of passing the CAHSEE are _______________. My indefatigable spirit will help me ____________________. My incentive to do well in school is _____________________. Slide 37 Practice Too many teenagers are infatuated with _____________. Linda Jong used her initiative when she ___________. Challenge: Write a sentence using as

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