VOCABULARY

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VOCABULARY
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2ND SEMESTER EXAM
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  1. CONVERT
    To change into another form or thing. (verb)
  2. INTRUSION
    An uninvited or illegal entry. (noun)
  3. ADVERSARY
    An opponent or enemy. (noun)
  4. AUGMENT
    To make something all ready developed greater as in size, extent or quantity. (verb)
  5. RECONCILE
    To accept or agree something. To become friendly again. (verb)
  6. VILE
    Disgusting. (adjective)
  7. COMMEND
    To give regards, or good wishes, to someone. (verb)
  8. VALOR
    Bravery. (noun)
  9. LAMENT
    To grieve for. (verb)
  10. MARTYR
    To torture. (verb)
  11. ARRAY
    An orderly display. Fine clothes and accesories.
  12. DISPERSE
    To scatter in various directions. (verb)
  13. VENGEANCE
    The act of punishing another (or desire to do so) in return for an injury or wrong. (noun)
  14. AMOROUS
    Loving. In love. (adjective)
  15. TEDIOUS
    Tiresome or long. (adjective)
  16. PERUSE
    To read; study. (verb)
  17. APPREHEND
    To capture. To understand. (verb)
  18. DEVISE
    To plan or create something. (verb)
  19. CONSPIRE
    To act together secretly, usually to commit a crime. To plot or plan something. (verb)
  20. DICSERN
    To see clearly. (verb)
  21. PAST SIMPLE TENSE
    A regular past form ends in -ed. Some verbs have an irregular past form. (ex: helped, broke)
  22. PAST CONTINUOUS TENSE
    The past continuous means that at a time in the past we were in the middle of an action. Is the past tense of be + an -ing form. (ex: was playing)
  23. PAST PERFECT TENSE
    The past perfect is had + a past participle. (ex: had enjoyed)
  24. PRESENT PERFECT SIMPLE TENSE
    The present perfect tells us about the past and the present. It is the present tense of have + a past participle. (ex: have/has washed)
  25. PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS TENSE
    The present perfect continuous is the present tense of have + been + an -ing form. (ex: have/has been waiting)
  26. PAST PERFECT CONTINUOUS TENSE
    The past perfect continuous is had been + an -ing form. (ex: had been looking)
  27. FUTURE TENSE (USING "WILL")
    The form is will or 'll. (ex: will have, will not be)
  28. FUTURE TENSE (USING "BE GOING TO")
    We use the perfect tense of be + going to + a verb. (ex: is going to play, aren't goint to complain)
  29. PRESENT TENSE
    It locates a situation or event in present time. (ex: is very sad)
  30. PRESENT CONTINUOUS TENSE
    It talks about activities happening now. (ex: I am singing)

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