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  1. 1. Academic Vocabulary ListbyJim Burke© Jim Burke: Visit www.englishcompanion.com for more information.Teachers may copy for classroom use.Academic Vocabulary List[CATEGORIZED]The Academic Vocabulary List has been categorized by parts of speech; orin other words, into grammatical categories or word groups.byRick Smith© Rick Smith: Visit www.englishcompanion.com/pdfDocs/acvocabulary2.pdfTeachers may copy for classroom use.
  2. 2. 2Table of ContentsTABLE OF CONTENTS .............................................................................................................................2PREFACE .....................................................................................................................................................3ACADEMIC VOCABULARY LIST ..........................................................................................................4WORD LIST..................................................................................................................................................4SUFFIXES [FORMING PARTS OF SPEECH] ........................................................................................6COMMON PREFIXES AND MEANINGS................................................................................................9COMMON SUFFIXES AND MEANINGS ..............................................................................................11ACADEMIC VOCABULARY LIST ........................................................................................................13COMPLETE WORD LIST WITH PARTS OF SPEECH [ NOUNS, VERBS, ADJECTIVES, ADVERBS ]..................13
  3. 3. 3PrefaceWhat is the Vocabulary List? The following quotation comesfrom Jim Burke’s home page.“A thorough survey of various textbooks, assignments, contentarea standards, and examinations yields the following list of words.You cannot expect to succeed on assignments if you do notunderstand the directions. The words fall into several categories,which are not identified on this sheet: nouns (e.g., What you reador create); verbs (e.g., What the assignment asks you to do);adjectives (e.g., specific details about what you must do); andadverbs, which provide very important information about how todo the assignment.”The Academic Vocabulary List can be obtained from:www.englishcompanion.comUpon arriving at Mr. Burke’s home page, scroll down and click on:NEW: Academic Vocabulary 2.0 (Expanded)I have taken Jim’s Academic Vocabulary List (pages 3-4) andcategorized the words into parts of speech (pages 5-34). Insome cases, I’ve expanded the root to show word usage indifferent forms.The purpose of compiling this list is to make it so the teacher willbe able to take all the words in the Academic Vocabulary Listand put them in a format that will make it easier to integrate theminto a usable vocabulary program, or just to use in daily lessons.This format puts all the words’ parts of speech at your fingertips.I hope this helps you as you help students! Good luck!Rick Smith
  4. 4. Academic VocabularyA thorough survey of various textbooks, assignments, content area standards, andexaminations yields the following list of words. You cannot expect to succeed on assignments ifyou do not understand the directions. The words fall into several categories, which are notidentified on this sheet: nouns (e.g., What you read or create); verbs (e.g., What the assignmentasks you to do); adjectives (e.g., specific details about what you must do); and adverbs, whichprovide very important information about how to do the assignment.© Jim Burke Visit www.englishcompanion.com for more information. Teachers may copy for classroom use.41. abbreviate2. abstract3. according4. acronym5. address6. affect7. alter8. always9. analogy10. analysis11. analyze12. annotate13. anticipate14. application15. apply16. approach17. appropriate18. approximate19. argue20. argument21. arrange22. articulate23. aspects24. assemble25. assert26. assess27. associate28. assume29. assumption30. audience31. authentic32. background33. body34. brainstorm35. brief36. calculate37. caption38. category39. cause40. character41. characteristic42. characterize43. chart44. chronology45. citation46. cite47. claim48. clarify49. class50. clue51. code52. coherent53. common54. compare55. compile56. complement57. complete58. compose59. composition60. conceive61. concise62. conclude63. conclusion64. concrete65. conditions66. conduct67. confirm68. consequence69. consider70. consist71. consistent72. consistently73. constant74. constitutes75. consult76. contend77. context78. continuum79. contradict80. control81. convert82. convey83. copy84. correlate85. correspond86. credible87. credit88. criteria89. critique90. crucial91. cumulative92. debate93. deduce94. defend95. define96. demand97. demonstrate98. depict99. derive100. describe101. detail102. detect103. determine104. develop105. devise106. diction107. differentiate108. dimension109. diminish110. direct111. discipline112. discover113. discriminate114. discuss115. distinguish116. domain117. draft118. draw119. edit120. effect121. elements122. emphasize123. employ124. equal125. equivalent126. essay127. essential128. establish129. estimate130. evaluate131. event132. evidence133. exaggerate134. examine135. example136. excerpt137. exclude138. exercise139. exhibit140. explain141. explore142. expository143. extract144. fact145. factor146. feature147. figurative148. figure149. focus150. footer151. foreshadow152. form153. format154. former155. formulate156. fragment157. frame158. frequently159. general160. genre161. graph162. graphic163. header164. heading165. highlight166. hypothesize167. identify168. illustrate
  5. 5. © Jim Burke Visit www.englishcompanion.com for more information. Teachers may copy for classroom use.5169. imitate170. imply171. inclined172. include173. incorporate174. indicate175. indirect176. infer177. influence178. inform179. inquire180. instructions181. integrate182. intent183. intention184. interact185. intermittent186. interpret187. introduce188. introduction189. invariably190. investigate191. involve192. irony193. irrelevant194. isolate195. italics196. judge197. key198. label199. likely200. list201. literal202. locate203. logical204. main205. margin206. mean207. measure208. metaphor209. method210. model211. modify212. monitor213. motivation214. narrative215. narrator216. never217. notation218. note219. notice220. objective221. observe222. occur223. opinion224. oppose225. optional226. order227. organize228. origins229. outline230. pace231. paraphrase232. participation233. passage234. pattern235. perform236. perspective237. persuade238. place239. plagiarism240. plan241. plausible242. plot243. point244. point of view245. portray246. possible247. preclude248. predict249. prefix250. prepare251. presume252. preview253. previous254. primary255. prior256. probably257. procedure258. process259. produce260. profile261. project262. prompt263. proofread264. property265. propose266. prose267. prove268. purpose269. quotation270. quote271. rank272. rare273. rarely274. reaction275. recall276. reduce277. refer278. reflect279. regular280. relate281. relationship282. relevant283. rephrase284. report285. represent286. representative287. request288. require289. requisite290. respond291. responsible292. restate293. results294. reveal295. review296. revise297. root298. rule299. scan300. score301. sequence302. series303. set304. setting305. show306. signal307. significance308. simile309. skim310. solve311. source312. spatial313. specific314. speculate315. stance316. standard317. state318. statement319. strategy320. structure321. study322. style323. subject324. subjective325. subsequent326. substitute327. succinct328. suggest329. sum330. summarize331. summary332. support333. survey334. symbolize335. synonym336. synthesize337. table338. technique339. term340. test341. theme342. thesis343. timeline344. tone345. topic346. trace347. trait348. transition349. translate350. typically351. unique352. utilize353. valid354. variation355. vary356. verify357. viewpoint358. voice
  6. 6. Noun Suffixes Adjective Suffixes Verb Suffixes Adverb Suffixes-ability -able -ate -ly-ableness -ac -ated -ably-acy -al -ates -ably-age -alent -ating -ally-al -ancy -aw -antly-alism -ant -awn -arily-ality -ard -aws -edly-alness -ary -ed -entally-ance -ate -es -entally-ancer -ational -ew -entarily-ancing -ative -fied -ently-ancy -atory -fies -erly-ant -ed -fy -fully-ants -ent -fying -ially-ar -er -iate -iately-ariness -est -iated -ibly-ate -ful -iates -ibly-atedness -iable -iating -ically-ateness -ial -ic -ically-ation -ible -ing -ically-ationalism -ic -ion -ily-ationism -ical -ioned -ing-ationist -icized -ioning -ingly-ativeness -ied -ions -ingly-ator -ier -it -ionally-cy -iest -ivate -ionally-ed -ily -ize -iously-edness -ing -ized -ishly-ee -ion -izes -ive-egy -ional -izing -ively-ence -ionalistic -or -ively-encer -ionary -ored -lessly-ency -ionist -oring -ously-ent -ionless -orize -s-er -ious -ors -ually-erateness -ish -ow-erer -ist -owed-es -istic -ownSUFFIXES [Forming Parts of Speech]When you are reading, you will come across unfamiliar words. It is often possible to guess their meanings if youunderstand the way words in English are generally formed. An English word can be divided into three parts: a prefix, a[root / base word], and a SUFFIX. Pre- means before. A prefix, therefore, is what comes before the [root / base word].A SUFFIX is attached to the end of the [root / base word]. Many times, a word can be defined when it is known whatthe prefix and the SUFFIX mean. Prefixes usually change the meaning of the word. However, a SUFFIX canchange the meaning of the word; it can also form the part of speech. Below are groups of SUFFIXES (MultipleSUFFIXES) that are all used in the Academic Vocabulary List. They are listed under the parts of speech theyform. The bolded SUFFIXES are usually seen more often.6
  7. 7. Noun Suffixes Adjective Suffixes Verb Suffixes Adverb Suffixes-ability -able -ate -ly-ful -ite -ows-gist -itory -s-gy -ive -ure-hood -less -ured-ia -ly -ures-ialism -ment -uring-iality -mental -yze-ialness -ness-ialist -orial-ian -ory-iation -ous-iator -s-ibiltiy -s-ic -ual-icalness -y-icism-icity-ics-ier-ility-iness-ing-ion-ionary-ioner-ionism-ionist-ism-ison-ist-istic-ity-ive-iveness-ivism-ivist-ivity-ization-izer-lessness-ly-ment-mentarity-ness-ogy-oid-ol-ology-or-oriness7
  8. 8. Noun Suffixes Adjective Suffixes Verb Suffixes Adverb Suffixes-ability -able -ate -ly-ory-place-placeness-ry-s-ship-sis-son-ude-ure-y8
  9. 9. Prefix Meaning(s)a- without, away, from, not, of, completelyab- without, away, fromabs- without, from, awayad- to, toward, addition, increaseaf- toag- toambi- bothamphi- around, bothan- not, in the process of, in a particular stateana- back(ward)ant- against, opposite, opposingante- before, precedinganti- against, before, opposite, opposed toapo- away fromat- toauto- selfbe- all over, all around, completely, having, covered with, cause to bebi- twocata- downcircum- aroundco- together withcom- with, jointly, completelycon- altogether, together withcontra- against, opposed tocor- togethercounter- opposition, opposite directionde- down, from, reduce, reverse, away, completely, removaldec- tendi- apart, through, across, removaldia- through, acrossdis- apart, not, opposite, negation, removalduo- twodys- bade- away, outec- away, outecto- outsideef- upward, completelyem- in, out, on, intoen- in, out, on, intoendo- insideepi- onequi- equalex- away, out, over, upward, completely, previousextra- beyond, outsidehetero- different, otherhemi- half, partlyhex- sixhexa- sixhomeo- samehomo- samehyper- above, over, super, beyond, more than normalhypo- under2002135(),;(69
  10. 10. Prefix Meaning(s)il- not, withoutim- in, not, without, insidein- in, into, not, without, towards, insideinfra- belowinter- between, amongintra within, insideir- notiso- equalmacro- large, great, longmal- bad, wrongmega- large, greatmeso- middlemeta- beyondmicro- very smallmini- smallmis- bad, wrongmono- onemulti- manynon- not connected with, absentob- towards, blocking, against, concealingoct- eightof- against, blockingomni- allop- againstout- surpassing, exceeding, external, away fromover- too much, over, outerpan- all, overallpant- all, overallpara- besidepenta- fiveper- through, completely doneperi- around, aboutpoly- manypost- afterpre- beforeprime- firstpro- before, in advance, forward, for, forth, favoringquad- fourre- back, again, downred- backretro- backwardse- apartsed- apartsemi- half, partlysub- under, lower, nearly, approximatelysuper- over, abovesupra- abovesym- together, in unionsyn- together, in uniontra- across, beyond, different statetrans- across, beyond, different statetri- threeultra- beyond, extremeun- not, reverseunder- too little, below, loweruni- one10
  11. 11. Suffix Meaning(s)-able able to be, capable of-ac pertaining to-acy pertaining to-age act or condition-al having, pertaining to, relating to, like, suitable for-an person who-ance state of being-ant one who does, that which-ar having the quality of, relating to-arium a place where, repository-ary place where-ate being, one who, to cause to, to make-ation the act of-ble capable of being-cle little-dom domain, condition-ed having the quality of-ee person who is-en to make, made of-ence quality of, state of being, an act of-ent one who does, that which-er a thing/one which is or does-esc become, change-fic causing or producing-ful characterized by-fy to make-hood state or condition-ia area, land, state, medical condition-ial pertaining to-ian pertaining to-ible able to be, capable of being-ic of, characteristic of, pertaining to-ical like or suitable for-ice condition or quality-id state or condition-ify to make-ile relating to-ine of or relating to-ing activity, action, process-ion act of, state of being, the process of-ise to make-ish like, the quality of-ism condition/state/quality of, belief/practice-ist a person who-ite mineral, rock-itis inflammation2002168)),;(611
  12. 12. Suffix Meaning(s)-ity state of, the quality of-ive the quality of, state of being, the result of, relating to-ize to make-le little-less without-ly in the manner of, like-ment state of being, action-ness condition of, state of-oid resembling-ole little-oma tumor, growth-or a thing which is or does, that which does an action, a person who-ory pertaining to, a place for-ous like, full of, abounding in-ry state of-s one that is related to-sc / -esc become, change-ship condition, state-sis name of action or its result-some tending to-tude condition-tion the act of-ty state or condition-um no defined meaning, but modifies the root word-ure that which pertains to-ward direction or course-y full of-yst a person who12
  13. 13. What You Are ReadingWhat the AssignmentRequires You To DoSpecific DetailsAbout Things ThatMust Be DoneHow To Do What HasTo Be DoneNo. Vocabulary Word Nouns Verbs Adjectives Adverbsabbreviator abbreviate abbreviatedabbreviationabbr. or abbrev.abstract abstract abstract abstractlyabstractionist abstractionistabstraction abstractionabstractedness abstractednessaccordance accord according accordantlyaccordant accordinglyacronym acronymicacronymousaddress address addressableaddresses addressedaddressability addressesaddressee addressingaffect affectaffecter affectedaffectationaffectednessalterability alter alterablealtersalteredaltering8 always / al•ways alwaysanalogist analogize analogistic analogouslyanalogousness analogousanalysis analytic analytic analyticallyanalyst analyticalanalyticsanalyze analyzinglyanalyzedanalyzinganalyzesannotator annotate annotativeannotation annotatedannotatingannotates12 annotate / an•no•tate10 analysis / a•nal•y•sis11 analyze / an•a•lyze7 alter / al•ter9 analogy / a•nal•o•gyThe categorical breakdown of each word compiled by [Rick Smith] www.englishcompanion.com/pdfDocs/acvocabulary2.pdfList compiled by [© Jim Burke]. Visit www.englishcompanion.com for more information. Teachers may copy for classroom use.Academic Vocabulary ListFrequently Used Words Found inNon/fiction Writings (Textbooks,Assignments, Content Area Standards, andExaminations)abbreviate / ab•bre•vi•ate1abstract / ab•stract23 according / ac•cord•ing4 acronym / ac•ro•nym5 address / ad•dress6 affect / af•fect13
  14. 14. What You Are ReadingWhat the AssignmentRequires You To DoSpecific DetailsAbout Things ThatMust Be DoneHow To Do What HasTo Be DoneNo. Vocabulary Word Nouns Verbs Adjectives Adverbsabbreviator abbreviate abbreviatedThe categorical breakdown of each word compiled by [Rick Smith] www.englishcompanion.com/pdfDocs/acvocabulary2.pdfList compiled by [© Jim Burke]. Visit www.englishcompanion.com for more information. Teachers may copy for classroom use.Academic Vocabulary ListFrequently Used Words Found inNon/fiction Writings (Textbooks,Assignments, Content Area Standards, andExaminations)anticipation anticipated anticipant anticipativelyanticipating anticipativeanticipates anticipatoryapplicationapplicantapplicability apply applicable applicablyappliedapplyingappliesapproach approach approachableapproaches approachedapproachability approachingapproachableness approachesappropriated appropriate appropriate appropriatelyappropriating appropriativeappropriates appropriableappropriatenessappropriatorappropriationappropriationismappropriationistapproximateness approximate approximate approximativeapproximation approximated approximativeapproximatingapproximatesargue arguable arguablyarguedarguingarguesargufyargufiedargufyingargufies1814 application / ap•pli•ca•tion1516 approach / ap•proachapply / ap•ply17 appropriate / ap•pro•pri•ate13 anticipate / an•tic•i•pateapproximate / ap•prox•i•mate19 argue / ar•gue14
  15. 15. What You Are ReadingWhat the AssignmentRequires You To DoSpecific DetailsAbout Things ThatMust Be DoneHow To Do What HasTo Be DoneNo. Vocabulary Word Nouns Verbs Adjectives Adverbsabbreviator abbreviate abbreviatedThe categorical breakdown of each word compiled by [Rick Smith] www.englishcompanion.com/pdfDocs/acvocabulary2.pdfList compiled by [© Jim Burke]. Visit www.englishcompanion.com for more information. Teachers may copy for classroom use.Academic Vocabulary ListFrequently Used Words Found inNon/fiction Writings (Textbooks,Assignments, Content Area Standards, andExaminations)argument argumentative argumentativelyargumentationargumentativenessarranger arrange arrangeablearrangee arranged arrangedarrangement arrangingarrangesarticulacy articulate articulate articulatelyarticulateness articulated articulatedarticulation articulating articulativearticulator articulates articulatoryaspectaspectsassembler assembleassembly assembledassemblingassemblesassertion assert assertive assertivelyassertiveness assertedassertingassertsassessment assess assessableassessor assessedassessingassessesassociate associate associateassociates associated associatedassociateship associating associatesassociator associates associableassociability associationisticassociationism associativeassociationist27 associate / as•so•ci•ate24 assemble / as•sem•ble26 assess / as•sess25 assert / as•sertargument / ar•gu•ment21 arrange / ar•range22 articulate / ar•tic•u•late23 aspects / as•pects2015
  16. 16. What You Are ReadingWhat the AssignmentRequires You To DoSpecific DetailsAbout Things ThatMust Be DoneHow To Do What HasTo Be DoneNo. Vocabulary Word Nouns Verbs Adjectives Adverbsabbreviator abbreviate abbreviatedThe categorical breakdown of each word compiled by [Rick Smith] www.englishcompanion.com/pdfDocs/acvocabulary2.pdfList compiled by [© Jim Burke]. Visit www.englishcompanion.com for more information. Teachers may copy for classroom use.Academic Vocabulary ListFrequently Used Words Found inNon/fiction Writings (Textbooks,Assignments, Content Area Standards, andExaminations)assumer assume assumed assumedlyassumed assuming assuminglyassumingassumes29 assumption / as•sump•tion assumption30 audience / au•di•ence audienceauthentication authenicate authentic autthenticallyauthenticator authenticatedauthenticity authenticatingauthenticatesbackground backgroundbackgrounderbody body bodily bodilybodiedbodyingbodiesbrainstormbrainstormerbrainstormingbrief brief brief brieflybriefs briefed brieferbriefing briefing briefestbriefer briefsbriefnesscalculability calculate calculable calculatedlycalculatedness calculated calculationalcalculation calculating calculativecalculator calculatescaption caption captionscaptionedcaptioningcaptionscategory categorize categorizable categoricallycategorization categorized categoricalcategoricalness categorizing categoriccategorizescause cause causablecausability causelesscausercharacterlessness characterful characterlesslycharacterless41characteristic /char•ac•ter•is•ticcharacteristic characteristically39 cause / cause40 character / char•ac•ter37 caption / cap•tion38 category / cat•e•go•ry35 brief / brief36 calculate / cal•cu•late33 body / bod•y34 brainstorm / brain•storm31 authentic / au•then•tic32 background / back•ground28 assume / as•sume16
  17. 17. What You Are ReadingWhat the AssignmentRequires You To DoSpecific DetailsAbout Things ThatMust Be DoneHow To Do What HasTo Be DoneNo. Vocabulary Word Nouns Verbs Adjectives Adverbsabbreviator abbreviate abbreviatedThe categorical breakdown of each word compiled by [Rick Smith] www.englishcompanion.com/pdfDocs/acvocabulary2.pdfList compiled by [© Jim Burke]. Visit www.englishcompanion.com for more information. Teachers may copy for classroom use.Academic Vocabulary ListFrequently Used Words Found inNon/fiction Writings (Textbooks,Assignments, Content Area Standards, andExaminations)characterizer characterize characterizablecharacterization characterizedcharacterizingcharacterizeschart chart chartablechartedchartingchartschronology chronological chronologicallychronologistcitation citationalcitatorycitecitedcitesclaim claim claimableclaimer claimedclaimant claimingclaimsclarifier clarifyclarification clarifiedclarifyingclarifiesclass classedclassingclasses50 clue / clue clue cluelesscode code codedcoder codedcodingcodescoherency cohere coherent coherentlycoherence coheredcoheringcoherescommon common commonlycommons commonestcommoner commonplacecommonagecommonalitycommonplacenesscomparison compare comparative compartivelycomparer comparedcomparator comparingcomparativeness compares53 common / com•mon54 compare / com•pare51 code / code52 coherent / co•her•ent48 clarify / clar•i•fy49 class / class46 cite / cite47 claim / claim44 chronology / chro•nol•o•gy45 citation / ci•ta•tion42 characterize / char•ac•ter•ize43 chart / chart17
  18. 18. What You Are ReadingWhat the AssignmentRequires You To DoSpecific DetailsAbout Things ThatMust Be DoneHow To Do What HasTo Be DoneNo. Vocabulary Word Nouns Verbs Adjectives Adverbsabbreviator abbreviate abbreviatedThe categorical breakdown of each word compiled by [Rick Smith] www.englishcompanion.com/pdfDocs/acvocabulary2.pdfList compiled by [© Jim Burke]. Visit www.englishcompanion.com for more information. Teachers may copy for classroom use.Academic Vocabulary ListFrequently Used Words Found inNon/fiction Writings (Textbooks,Assignments, Content Area Standards, andExaminations)compiler compile compiledcompilation compiledcompilingcompilescomplement complement complemental complementallycomplementarity complemented complementary complementarilycomplementariness complementingcomplementizer complementscompleteness complete complete completelycompleter completed completivecompletion completingcompletescomposedness compose composed composedlycomposer composedcomposingcomposes59 composition / com•po•si•tion compositional compositionallyconceiver conceive conceivablyconceivable conceivedconceivability conceivingconceivableness conceivesconciseness concise conciselyconcisionconcluder concludeconcludedconcludingconcludesconclusion conclusive conclusivelyconclusivenessconcrete concretize concrete concretelyconcreteness concretized concretionaryconcretion concretizingconcretism concretizesconcretistconcretizationconditionality conditionable conditionallyconditioner conditionalconditioning conditionedconductibility conduct conductibleconductance conducted conductiveconduction conducting conductorialconductivity conductsconductorconductorship61 concise / con•cise62 conclude / con•clude63 conclusion / con•clu•sionconcrete / con•crete6457 complete / com•plete58 compose / com•pose60 conceive / con•ceive55 compile / com•pile56 complement / com•ple•ment65 conditions / con•di•tions66 conduct / con•duct18
  19. 19. What You Are ReadingWhat the AssignmentRequires You To DoSpecific DetailsAbout Things ThatMust Be DoneHow To Do What HasTo Be DoneNo. Vocabulary Word Nouns Verbs Adjectives Adverbsabbreviator abbreviate abbreviatedThe categorical breakdown of each word compiled by [Rick Smith] www.englishcompanion.com/pdfDocs/acvocabulary2.pdfList compiled by [© Jim Burke]. Visit www.englishcompanion.com for more information. Teachers may copy for classroom use.Academic Vocabulary ListFrequently Used Words Found inNon/fiction Writings (Textbooks,Assignments, Content Area Standards, andExaminations)confirmability confirm confirmable confirmedlyconfirmer confirmed confirmatoryconfirmation confirming confirmationalconfirms confirmedconsequence consequent consequentiallyconsequentiality consequential consequentlyconsequentialnessconsequentialismconsiderer consider considerable considerablyconsiderateness considered considerate consideratelyconsideration considering considered consideringconsidersconsistency consistconsistence consistedconsistingconsists71 consistent / con•sis•tent consistent72 consistently / con•sis•tent•ly consistentlyconstants constantconstancy constantlyconstantiveconstituter constitute constitutive constitutivelyconstitutedconstitutingconstitutesconsult consult consultableconsultation consultedconsulter consultingconsultscontender contendcontendedcontendingcontendscontext contextualize contextual contextuallycontextualization contextualizedcontexture contextualizingcontextualizes78 continuum / con•tin•u•um continuumcontradicter contradict contradictable contradictivelycontradictiveness contradicted contradictivecontradictingcontradicts67 confirm / con•firm68 consequence / con•se•quence69 consider / con•sid•er70 consist / con•sist75 consult / con•sult73 constant / con•stant74 constitutes / con•sti•tutes79 contradict / con•tra•dict76 contend / con•tend77 context / con•text19
  20. 20. What You Are ReadingWhat the AssignmentRequires You To DoSpecific DetailsAbout Things ThatMust Be DoneHow To Do What HasTo Be DoneNo. Vocabulary Word Nouns Verbs Adjectives Adverbsabbreviator abbreviate abbreviatedThe categorical breakdown of each word compiled by [Rick Smith] www.englishcompanion.com/pdfDocs/acvocabulary2.pdfList compiled by [© Jim Burke]. Visit www.englishcompanion.com for more information. Teachers may copy for classroom use.Academic Vocabulary ListFrequently Used Words Found inNon/fiction Writings (Textbooks,Assignments, Content Area Standards, andExaminations)controllability control controllable controllablycontrolled controlledcontrollingcontrolsconvert convertconversion convertedconvertingconvertsconveyance convey conveyableconveyancer conveyedconveyancing conveyingconveyor conveyscopyist copycopiedcopyingcopiescorrelate correlate correlatablecorrelator correlated correlationalcorrelation correlatingcorrelatescorrespondence correspondcorrespondedcorrespondingcorresponds86 credible / cred•i•ble credibleness credible crediblycreditability credit creedal creditablycreditableness credited creditablecreditingcreditscriterion criterialcriteriacritique critiquecriticism critiquedcritiquingcritiques90 crucial / cru•cial crucial cruciallycumulativeness cumulate cumulative cumulativelycumulation cumulatedcumulatingcumulatesdebate debate debatable debatablydebater debateddebatingdebates81 convert / con•vert80 control / con•trol82 convey / con•vey83 copy / cop•y84 correlate / cor•re•latecorrespond / cor•re•spond8587 credit / cred•it88 criteria / cri•te•ri•a89 critique / cri•tique91 cumulative / cu•mu•la•tive92 debate / de•bate20
  21. 21. What You Are ReadingWhat the AssignmentRequires You To DoSpecific DetailsAbout Things ThatMust Be DoneHow To Do What HasTo Be DoneNo. Vocabulary Word Nouns Verbs Adjectives Adverbsabbreviator abbreviate abbreviatedThe categorical breakdown of each word compiled by [Rick Smith] www.englishcompanion.com/pdfDocs/acvocabulary2.pdfList compiled by [© Jim Burke]. Visit www.englishcompanion.com for more information. Teachers may copy for classroom use.Academic Vocabulary ListFrequently Used Words Found inNon/fiction Writings (Textbooks,Assignments, Content Area Standards, andExaminations)deducibility deduce deduciblededucibleness deduceddeducingdeducesdefender defend defendabledefendant defendeddefendingdefendsdefinability define definable definablydefinement defineddefiner definingdefinesdemander demand demandabledemandeddemandingdemandsdemonstration demonstrate demonstrationistdemonstrationist demonstrateddemonstratingdemonstratesdepicter depict depictivedepiction depicteddepictingdepictsderiver derive derivablederivedderivingderivesdescriber describe describabledescription described descriptivedescribingdescribesdetail detail detaileddetailer detaileddetailingdetailsdetectability detect detectabledetection detected detectivedetectingdetectsdeterminer determine deterministic determinedlydeterminism determined determineddeterminist determiningdetermindedness determines93 deduce / de•duce94 defend / de•fend95 define / de•fine96 demand / de•mand97 demonstrate / dem•on•strate98 depict / de•pict99 derive / de•rive100 describe / de•scribe101 detail / de•tail102 detect / de•tect103 determine / de•ter•mine21
  22. 22. What You Are ReadingWhat the AssignmentRequires You To DoSpecific DetailsAbout Things ThatMust Be DoneHow To Do What HasTo Be DoneNo. Vocabulary Word Nouns Verbs Adjectives Adverbsabbreviator abbreviate abbreviatedThe categorical breakdown of each word compiled by [Rick Smith] www.englishcompanion.com/pdfDocs/acvocabulary2.pdfList compiled by [© Jim Burke]. Visit www.englishcompanion.com for more information. Teachers may copy for classroom use.Academic Vocabulary ListFrequently Used Words Found inNon/fiction Writings (Textbooks,Assignments, Content Area Standards, andExaminations)developer develop developable developmentallydevelopment developed developeddeveloping developingdevelopes developmentaldevisee devise devisabledeviser deviseddevisingdevisesdiction dictional dictionallydictionarydifferentiation differentiatedifferentiator differentiateddifferentiatingdifferentiatesdimensionality dimension dimensional dimensionallydimensioned dimensionlessdimensioningdimensionsdiminishment diminish diminished diminishinglydiminished diminishablediminishingdiminishesdirectness direct direct directlydirected directeddirectingdirectsdiscipliner discipline disciplinable disciplinarilydisciplinarity disciplined disciplinaldisciplining disciplineddisciplines disciplinarydiscoverer discover discoverablediscovery discovereddiscoveringdiscoversdiscrimination discriminate discriminating discriminatelydiscriminator discriminated discriminational discriminatinglydiscriminating discriminative discriminativelydiscriminates discriminatory discriminatorilydiscusser discuss discussablediscussant discussed discussionablediscussion discussingdiscusses114 discuss / dis•cuss112 discover / dis•cov•er113 discriminate / dis•crim•i•nate110 direct / di•rect111 discipline / dis•ci•pline109 diminish / di•min•ish104 develop / de•vel•op105 devise / de•vise108 dimension / di•men•sion106 diction / dic•tion107 differentiate / dif•fer•en•ti•ate22
  23. 23. What You Are ReadingWhat the AssignmentRequires You To DoSpecific DetailsAbout Things ThatMust Be DoneHow To Do What HasTo Be DoneNo. Vocabulary Word Nouns Verbs Adjectives Adverbsabbreviator abbreviate abbreviatedThe categorical breakdown of each word compiled by [Rick Smith] www.englishcompanion.com/pdfDocs/acvocabulary2.pdfList compiled by [© Jim Burke]. Visit www.englishcompanion.com for more information. Teachers may copy for classroom use.Academic Vocabulary ListFrequently Used Words Found inNon/fiction Writings (Textbooks,Assignments, Content Area Standards, andExaminations)distinguisher distinguish distinguishable distinguishablydistinguished distinguisheddistinguishing distinguishingdistinguishes116 domain / do•main domaindraft draft draftabledraftee drafteddrafter draftingdraftsdrawing draw drawabledrawer drewdrawee drawndrawsedition edit editededitor editededitingeditseffecter effect effectible effectivelyeffectiveness effected effectiveeffectivity effectingeffectselements elemental elementallyelementariness elementary elementarilyemphasis emphasize emphatic emphaticallyemphasizedemphasizingemphasizesemployability employ employableemployee employedemployer employingemployment employsequalizer equal equal equallyequality equaledequalingequalsequivalence equivalent equivalentlyequivalencyessayist essay essayisticessayedessayingessays125 equivalent / e•quiv•a•lent126 essay / es•say123 employ / em•ploy124 equal / e•qual121 elements / el•e•ments122 emphasize / em•pha•size119 edit / ed•it120 effect / ef•fect117 draft / draft118 draw / draw115 distinguish / dis•tin•guish23
  24. 24. What You Are ReadingWhat the AssignmentRequires You To DoSpecific DetailsAbout Things ThatMust Be DoneHow To Do What HasTo Be DoneNo. Vocabulary Word Nouns Verbs Adjectives Adverbsabbreviator abbreviate abbreviatedThe categorical breakdown of each word compiled by [Rick Smith] www.englishcompanion.com/pdfDocs/acvocabulary2.pdfList compiled by [© Jim Burke]. Visit www.englishcompanion.com for more information. Teachers may copy for classroom use.Academic Vocabulary ListFrequently Used Words Found inNon/fiction Writings (Textbooks,Assignments, Content Area Standards, andExaminations)essentiality essential essentiallyessentialsessentialnessessentialismessentialistestablisher establish establishedestablishment establishedestablishmentarian establishingestablishmentarianism establishesestimator estimate estimative estimablyestimation estimated estimableestimableness estimatingestimatesevaluator evaluate evaluativeevaluation evaluatedevaluatingevaluateseventer eventful eventfullyeventfulnessevidence evidencedevidencingevidencesexaggerator exaggerate exaggerative exaggeratedlyexaggeration exaggerated exaggeratinglyexaggeratingexaggeratesexaminee examine examinableexaminer examinedexaminingexaminesexample exampleexampledexamplingexamplesexcerpt excerptibleexcerptionexcerptorexcludability exclude excludableexcluder excluded exclusionaryexclusion excludingexcludesexercises exercise exerciserexerciser exercisedexercisingexercises137 exclude / ex•clude138 exercise / ex•er•cise135 example / ex•am•ple136 excerpt / ex•cerpt133 exaggerate / ex•ag•ger•ate134 examine / ex•am•ine131 event / e•vent132 evidence / ev•i•dence129 estimate / es•ti•mate130 evaluate / e•val•u•ate127 essential / es•sen•tial128 establish / es•tab•lish24
  25. 25. What You Are ReadingWhat the AssignmentRequires You To DoSpecific DetailsAbout Things ThatMust Be DoneHow To Do What HasTo Be DoneNo. Vocabulary Word Nouns Verbs Adjectives Adverbsabbreviator abbreviate abbreviatedThe categorical breakdown of each word compiled by [Rick Smith] www.englishcompanion.com/pdfDocs/acvocabulary2.pdfList compiled by [© Jim Burke]. Visit www.englishcompanion.com for more information. Teachers may copy for classroom use.Academic Vocabulary ListFrequently Used Words Found inNon/fiction Writings (Textbooks,Assignments, Content Area Standards, andExaminations)exhibits exhibit exhibitory exhibitivelyexhibition exhibited exhibitionisticexhibiter exhibiting exhibitiveexhibitor exhibitsexhibitionerexhibitionismexhibitionistexplainer explain explainable explanatorilyexplanation explained explanativeexplaining explanatoryexplainsexplorer explore exploratoryexploredexploringexploresexpositor exposit expositoryexposition expositiveextraction extract extractiveextractor extractedextractingextractsfact factual factuallyfacticityfactoidfactualityfactualnessfactualismfactualistfactor factor factorablefactors factoredfactorability factoringfactorsfactorizefeature feature featurelessfeatured featuredfeaturingfeatures147 figurative / fig•u•ra•tive figurativeness figurative figurativelyfigure figures figurative figurativelyfigures figuredfigurativeness figuring148 figure • fig•ure139 exhibit / ex•hib•it140 explain / ex•plainexplore / ex•plore141142 expository / ex•pos•i•to•ry143 extract / ex•tract144 fact / fact145 factor / fac•tor146 feature / fea•ture25
  26. 26. What You Are ReadingWhat the AssignmentRequires You To DoSpecific DetailsAbout Things ThatMust Be DoneHow To Do What HasTo Be DoneNo. Vocabulary Word Nouns Verbs Adjectives Adverbsabbreviator abbreviate abbreviatedThe categorical breakdown of each word compiled by [Rick Smith] www.englishcompanion.com/pdfDocs/acvocabulary2.pdfList compiled by [© Jim Burke]. Visit www.englishcompanion.com for more information. Teachers may copy for classroom use.Academic Vocabulary ListFrequently Used Words Found inNon/fiction Writings (Textbooks,Assignments, Content Area Standards, andExaminations)focus focus focusablefocuser focused focusedfocalization focusingfocusesfocalizefocalizedfocalizingfocalizesfooter footedfootingfootingsforeshadower foreshadowforeshadowedforeshadowingforeshadowsform form formable formativelyformation formed fomationalformatives forming formativeformsformats format formational formativelyformation formatted formativeformattingformats154 former / for•mer former former formerlyformulation formulateformulator formulatedformulatingformulatesfragment fragmentize fragmental fragmentarilyfragmentation fragmentized fragmentaryfragmentizing fragmentedfragmentizesframe frame frameableframer framedframers framingframesfrequentation frequent frequentlyfrequenter freqentativefrequentnessfrequency150 footer / foot•er151 foreshadow / fore•shad•ow152 form / form153 format / for•mat149 focus / fo•cus155 formulate / for•mu•late156 fragment / frag•ment157 frame / frame158 frequently / fre•quent•ly26
  27. 27. What You Are ReadingWhat the AssignmentRequires You To DoSpecific DetailsAbout Things ThatMust Be DoneHow To Do What HasTo Be DoneNo. Vocabulary Word Nouns Verbs Adjectives Adverbsabbreviator abbreviate abbreviatedThe categorical breakdown of each word compiled by [Rick Smith] www.englishcompanion.com/pdfDocs/acvocabulary2.pdfList compiled by [© Jim Burke]. Visit www.englishcompanion.com for more information. Teachers may copy for classroom use.Academic Vocabulary ListFrequently Used Words Found inNon/fiction Writings (Textbooks,Assignments, Content Area Standards, andExaminations)general generalize general generallygeneralness generalizedgeneralcy generalizinggeneralization generalizesgeneralistgeneralitygeneralship160 genre / gen•re genregraph graphgraphedgraphinggraphsgraphicness graphic graphicallygraphicalheaderheadersheading headingheadingshighlight highlighthighlighter highlightedhighlightinghighlightshypothesizer hypothesizehypothesizedhypothesizinghypothesizesidentifiability identify identifiable identifiablyidentifier identifiedidentifyingidentifiesillustrator illustrate illustratable illustrativelyillustration illustrated illustrationalillustrating illustrativeillustratesimitator imitate imitational imitativelyimitation imitated imitativeimitativeness imitatingimitatesimply impliedimpliedimplyingimplies159 general / gen•er•al161 graph / graph162 graphic / graph•ic163 header / head•er164 heading / head•ing165 highlight / high•light166 hypothesize / hy•poth•e•size167 identify / i•den•ti•fy168 illustrate / il•lus•trate169 imitate / im•i•tate170 imply / im•ply27
  28. 28. What You Are ReadingWhat the AssignmentRequires You To DoSpecific DetailsAbout Things ThatMust Be DoneHow To Do What HasTo Be DoneNo. Vocabulary Word Nouns Verbs Adjectives Adverbsabbreviator abbreviate abbreviatedThe categorical breakdown of each word compiled by [Rick Smith] www.englishcompanion.com/pdfDocs/acvocabulary2.pdfList compiled by [© Jim Burke]. Visit www.englishcompanion.com for more information. Teachers may copy for classroom use.Academic Vocabulary ListFrequently Used Words Found inNon/fiction Writings (Textbooks,Assignments, Content Area Standards, andExaminations)incliner incline inclinationalinclination inclined inclinableinclininginclinesincludedness include includable inclusivelyinclusion included includedinclusiveness including inclusionaryincludes inclusiveincorporation incorporate incorporateincorporator incorporated incorporableincorporating incorporativeincorporatesindicator indicate indicatable indicativelyindication indicated indicatoryindicating indicativeindicates indicationalindirectness indirect indirectlyindirectioninferrer infer inferable inferablyinference inferred inferential inferentiallyinferringinfersinfluence influence influenceableinfluencer influencedinfluencinginfluencesinformant inform informational informationallyinformation informedinfomatics informinginformsinquirer inquire inquiringlyinquiry inquiredinquiringinquiresinstructions instruct instructional instructivelyinstructor instructed instructiveinstruction instructinginstructsintegrate integrate integratedintegration integrated integratingintegrationist integratingintegrator integrates182 intent / in•tent intentintention intentional intentionallyintentionality179 inquire / in•quire183 intention / in•ten•tion180 instructions / in•struc•tions172 include / in•clude181 integrate / in•te•grate171 inclined / in•clined173 incorporate / in•cor•po•rate174 indicate / in•di•cate175 indirect / in•di•rect176 infer / in•ferinfluence / in•flu•ence177178 inform / in•form28
  29. 29. What You Are ReadingWhat the AssignmentRequires You To DoSpecific DetailsAbout Things ThatMust Be DoneHow To Do What HasTo Be DoneNo. Vocabulary Word Nouns Verbs Adjectives Adverbsabbreviator abbreviate abbreviatedThe categorical breakdown of each word compiled by [Rick Smith] www.englishcompanion.com/pdfDocs/acvocabulary2.pdfList compiled by [© Jim Burke]. Visit www.englishcompanion.com for more information. Teachers may copy for classroom use.Academic Vocabulary ListFrequently Used Words Found inNon/fiction Writings (Textbooks,Assignments, Content Area Standards, andExaminations)interactant interact interactional interactivelyinteraction interactedinteractionism interactinginteractive interactsinteractivityintermittence intermit intermittent intermittentlyintermitter intermitted intermittinglyintermittingintermitsinterpretability interpret interpretable interpretablyinterpretation interpreted interpretational interpretativelyinterpreter interpreting interpretiveinterprets interpretativeintroductoriness introduce introductory introductorilyintroducedintroducingintroducesintroductionintroductions189 invariably / in•var•i•a•bly invariablyinvestigation investigate investigativeinvestigator investigated investigatoryinvestigatinginvestigatesinvolvement involve involved involvedlyinvolver involved involvinginvolvinginvolves192 irony / i•ro•ny ironyirrelevance irrelevant irrelevantlyirrelevancyisolator isolate isolableisolation isolated islatableisolationism isolating isolatedisolationist isolates isolatingisolativeItalic italicize italicItalicism italicized italicizeditalicization italicizingitalicizesjudge judge judgemental judgementallyjudger judgedjudgment judgingjudgement judgesjudgeship196 judge / judge194 isolate / i•so•late195 italics / i•tal•ics191 involve / in•volve193 irrelevant / ir•rel•e•vant184 interact / in•ter•act185 intermittent / in•ter•mit•tent186 interpret / in•ter•pret190 investigate / in•ves•ti•gate187 introduce / in•tro•duce188 introduction / in•tro•duc•tion29
  30. 30. What You Are ReadingWhat the AssignmentRequires You To DoSpecific DetailsAbout Things ThatMust Be DoneHow To Do What HasTo Be DoneNo. Vocabulary Word Nouns Verbs Adjectives Adverbsabbreviator abbreviate abbreviatedThe categorical breakdown of each word compiled by [Rick Smith] www.englishcompanion.com/pdfDocs/acvocabulary2.pdfList compiled by [© Jim Burke]. Visit www.englishcompanion.com for more information. Teachers may copy for classroom use.Academic Vocabulary ListFrequently Used Words Found inNon/fiction Writings (Textbooks,Assignments, Content Area Standards, andExaminations)key key keyedkeyedkeyingkeyslabel labellabeler labeledlabelinglabelslikelihood likely likelylikelierlikeliestlist list listedlists listedlisting listinglistsliteralness literal literallyliteralismliteralistlocation locate locationallocator located locativelocating locatablelocateslogician logical logicallylogistics logistic logisticallylogistical204 main / main main main mainlymargin margin marginal marginallymarginality margined marginablemarginingmarginsmean mean mean meanlymeanness meant meanermeans meaning meanestmeansmeasure measure measurable measurablymeasures measured measureless measurelesslymeasurer measuringmeasurability measuresmeasurablenessmeasurelessnessmeasurementmetaphor metaphoric metaphoricallymetaphoricalmethod methodic methodicallymethodicalness methodical209 method / meth•od207 measure / meas•ure208 metaphor / met•a•phor206 mean / mean205 margin / mar•gin202 locate / lo•cate203 logical / log•i•cal200 list / list201 literal / lit•er•al198 label / la•bel199 likely / like•ly197 key / key30
  31. 31. What You Are ReadingWhat the AssignmentRequires You To DoSpecific DetailsAbout Things ThatMust Be DoneHow To Do What HasTo Be DoneNo. Vocabulary Word Nouns Verbs Adjectives Adverbsabbreviator abbreviate abbreviatedThe categorical breakdown of each word compiled by [Rick Smith] www.englishcompanion.com/pdfDocs/acvocabulary2.pdfList compiled by [© Jim Burke]. Visit www.englishcompanion.com for more information. Teachers may copy for classroom use.Academic Vocabulary ListFrequently Used Words Found inNon/fiction Writings (Textbooks,Assignments, Content Area Standards, andExaminations)model model modeledmodels modeled modelingmodeler modeling modelsmodelsmodifiability modify modifiablemodifiableness modifiedmodifier modifyingmodifiesmonitor monitor monitorial monitoriallymonitorship monitored monitorymonitories monitoringmonitorsmotivate motivative motivationallymotivated motivationalmotivating motivatedmotivatesnarrative narrative narrativelynarration narrationalnarrator narrate narratablenarrators narratednarratingnarrates216 never / never nevernotation notatenotations notatednotatingnotatesnote note noteless notedlynoter noted notednotedness notingnotesnotice noticenotices noticednoticingnoticesobjective objectivize objective objectivelyobjectivenessobjectivismobjectivistobjectivityobserver observe observational observationallyobservation observed observant observantlyobservations observing observable observablyobservance observesobservability210 model / mod•el211 modify / mod•i•fy212 monitor / mon•i•tor213 motivation / mo•ti•va•tion214 narrative / nar•ra•tive215 narrator / nar•ra•tor217 notation / no•ta•tion218 note / note219 notice / no•tice220 objective / ob•jec•tive221 observe / ob•serve31
  32. 32. What You Are ReadingWhat the AssignmentRequires You To DoSpecific DetailsAbout Things ThatMust Be DoneHow To Do What HasTo Be DoneNo. Vocabulary Word Nouns Verbs Adjectives Adverbsabbreviator abbreviate abbreviatedThe categorical breakdown of each word compiled by [Rick Smith] www.englishcompanion.com/pdfDocs/acvocabulary2.pdfList compiled by [© Jim Burke]. Visit www.englishcompanion.com for more information. Teachers may copy for classroom use.Academic Vocabulary ListFrequently Used Words Found inNon/fiction Writings (Textbooks,Assignments, Content Area Standards, andExaminations)occurrence occur occurrentoccurredoccurringoccursopinion opinionated opinionatedlyopinionatednessopposer oppose opposing opposablyopposability opposed opposableopposingopposes225 optional / op•tion•al optional optionallyorder order orderedorders ordered orderlyorderly orderingorderliness ordersordererorganizer organize organizableorganized organizedorganizing organizingorganizesorigin originate original originallyorigins originated originative originativelyoriginality originatingorigination originatesoriginatoroutline outline outlinedoutlined outliningoutliningoutlinespace pacepacer pacedpacingpacesparaphrase paraphrasticparaphrasedparaphrasingparaphrasesparticipation participate participativeparticipator participated participatoryparticipant participating participatingparticipates233 passage / pas•sage passage222 occur / oc•cur223 opinion / o•pin•ion224 oppose / op•pose226 order / or•der227 organize / or•gan•ize228 origins • or•i•gins229 outline / out•line230 pace / pace231 paraphrase / par•a•phrase232 participation / par•tic•i•pa•tion32
  33. 33. What You Are ReadingWhat the AssignmentRequires You To DoSpecific DetailsAbout Things ThatMust Be DoneHow To Do What HasTo Be DoneNo. Vocabulary Word Nouns Verbs Adjectives Adverbsabbreviator abbreviate abbreviatedThe categorical breakdown of each word compiled by [Rick Smith] www.englishcompanion.com/pdfDocs/acvocabulary2.pdfList compiled by [© Jim Burke]. Visit www.englishcompanion.com for more information. Teachers may copy for classroom use.Academic Vocabulary ListFrequently Used Words Found inNon/fiction Writings (Textbooks,Assignments, Content Area Standards, andExaminations)pattern pattern patternedpatterning patternedpatterningpatternsperformer perform performable performativelyperformance performed performativeperformatives performingperforms236 perspective / per•spec•tive perspective perspective perspectivelypersuader persuade persuasible persuasivelypersuasion persuaded persuasivepersuasiveness persuading persuadablepersuadability persuadesplace place placeableplaces placedplacingplacesplagiarism plagiarize plagiaristic plagiaristicallyplagiarist plagiarizedplagiarizer plagiarizingplan plan plannedplannedplanningplansplausibility plausible plausiblyplausiblenessplot plot plotlessplots plottedplotline plottingplotter plotspoint pointpointedpointingpoints244 point of view point of viewportrayer portray portrayableportrayal portrayedportrayingportrays246 possible / pos•si•ble possibility possible possiblypreclusion preclude preclusive preclusivelyprecludedprecludingprecludes240 plan / plan238 place / place239 plagiarism / pla•gia•rism235 perform / per•form237 persuade / per•suade234 pattern / pat•tern241 plausible / plau•si•ble242 plot / plot243 point / point245 portray / por•tray247 preclude / pre•clude33
  34. 34. What You Are ReadingWhat the AssignmentRequires You To DoSpecific DetailsAbout Things ThatMust Be DoneHow To Do What HasTo Be DoneNo. Vocabulary Word Nouns Verbs Adjectives Adverbsabbreviator abbreviate abbreviatedThe categorical breakdown of each word compiled by [Rick Smith] www.englishcompanion.com/pdfDocs/acvocabulary2.pdfList compiled by [© Jim Burke]. Visit www.englishcompanion.com for more information. Teachers may copy for classroom use.Academic Vocabulary ListFrequently Used Words Found inNon/fiction Writings (Textbooks,Assignments, Content Area Standards, andExaminations)predictor predict predictable predictablypredictability predicted predictive predictivelypredictableness predictingprediction predictspredictivenessprefix prefixal prefixallyprefixationprefixionpreparer prepare preparative preparativelypreparation prepared preparatory preparatorilypreparatives preparing prepared preparedlypreparedness preparespresumer presume presumable presumablypresumption presumed presumptive presuminglypresuming presumedlypresumes presumptivelypreview previewpreviewedpreviewingpreviews253 previous / pre•vi•ous previousness previous previously254 primary / pri•mar•y primary primary primarilyprior priorpriorsprioritypriorate256 probably / prob•a•bly probability probable probablyprocedure procedural procedurallyproceduralistprocess processprocessor processedprocessingprocessesproduce produce producibleproducibility producedproducingproducesprofiler profileprofiledprofilingprofilesproject project projectedprojection projected projectionalprojectingprojects261 project / proj•ect248 predict / pre•dict249 prefix / pre•fix250 prepare / pre•pare251 presume / pre•sume252 preview / pre•view255 prior / pri•or257 procedure / pro•ce•dure260 profile / pro•file258 process / proc•ess259 produce / pro•duce34
  35. 35. What You Are ReadingWhat the AssignmentRequires You To DoSpecific DetailsAbout Things ThatMust Be DoneHow To Do What HasTo Be DoneNo. Vocabulary Word Nouns Verbs Adjectives Adverbsabbreviator abbreviate abbreviatedThe categorical breakdown of each word compiled by [Rick Smith] www.englishcompanion.com/pdfDocs/acvocabulary2.pdfList compiled by [© Jim Burke]. Visit www.englishcompanion.com for more information. Teachers may copy for classroom use.Academic Vocabulary ListFrequently Used Words Found inNon/fiction Writings (Textbooks,Assignments, Content Area Standards, andExaminations)promptness prompt prompt promptlyprompter promptedpromptitude promptingpromptsproofreader proofread (present)proofread (past)proofreadingproofreadspropertypropertiesproposer propose proposableproposal proposedproposingproposes266 prose / prose proseprovability prove provable provablyproved proven provenlyprovingprovesprovenpurpose purposed purposeful purposefullypurposefulness purposing purposeless purposelypurposiveness purposes purposive purposively269 quotation / quo•ta•tion quotation quotational quotationallyquote quote quotable quotabilityquoter quotedquotingquotesrank rank rankranker ranked rankerranking rankestranks rankingrareness rarerarerrarest273 rarely / rare•ly rarity rarify raring rarelyreaction reactivate reactionaryreactionist reactionalreactionismrecall recall recallablerecalls recalledrecaller recallingrecallability recalls274 reaction / re•ac•tion275 recall / re•call271 rank / rank272 rare / rare268 purpose / pur•pose270 quote / quote265 propose / pro•pose267 prove / prove263 proofread / proof•read264 property / prop•er•ty262 prompt / prompt35
  36. 36. What You Are ReadingWhat the AssignmentRequires You To DoSpecific DetailsAbout Things ThatMust Be DoneHow To Do What HasTo Be DoneNo. Vocabulary Word Nouns Verbs Adjectives Adverbsabbreviator abbreviate abbreviatedThe categorical breakdown of each word compiled by [Rick Smith] www.englishcompanion.com/pdfDocs/acvocabulary2.pdfList compiled by [© Jim Burke]. Visit www.englishcompanion.com for more information. Teachers may copy for classroom use.Academic Vocabulary ListFrequently Used Words Found inNon/fiction Writings (Textbooks,Assignments, Content Area Standards, andExaminations)reducer reduce reducible reduciblyreducibility reducedreducingreducesreferrer refer referablereference referredreferringrefersreflectance reflect reflectional reflectivelyreflection reflected reflectivereflectiveness reflectingreflectivity reflectsregularity regularize regular regularlyregularization regularizedregularizer regularizingregularizesrelator relate relatable relatedlyrelatedness related related relationallyrelation relating relational relativelyrelative relates relativerelativeness281 relationship / re•la•tion•ship relationship282 relevant / rel•e•vant relevance relevant relevantlyrephraserephrasedrephrasingrephrasesreport report reportable reportedlyreportage reported reportorial reportoriallyreporter reportingreportsrepresentability represent representable representationallyrepresenter represented representationalrepresentation representing representationalisticrepresentationism representsrepresentationalismrepresentationalistrepresentative representativelyrepresentativenessrequester requestrequestedrequestingrequests276 reduce / re•duce277 refer / re•fer278 reflect / re•flect279 regular / reg•u•lar280 relate / re•late283 rephrase / re•phrase284 report / re•port285 represent / rep•re•sent286representative/rep•re•sen•ta•tive287 request / re•quest36
  37. 37. What You Are ReadingWhat the AssignmentRequires You To DoSpecific DetailsAbout Things ThatMust Be DoneHow To Do What HasTo Be DoneNo. Vocabulary Word Nouns Verbs Adjectives Adverbsabbreviator abbreviate abbreviatedThe categorical breakdown of each word compiled by [Rick Smith] www.englishcompanion.com/pdfDocs/acvocabulary2.pdfList compiled by [© Jim Burke]. Visit www.englishcompanion.com for more information. Teachers may copy for classroom use.Academic Vocabulary ListFrequently Used Words Found inNon/fiction Writings (Textbooks,Assignments, Content Area Standards, andExaminations)requirer require requirablerequirement required requiredrequiringrequiresrequisiteness requisite requisitelyrequisition requisitionaryrespondence respondrespondent respondedrespondingrespondsresponsibleness responsible responsiblyresponsibilityrestaterestatedrestatingrestatesresults result resultantresult resulted resultingresultingresultsreveal reveal revealing revealinglyrevealer revealedrevealingrevealsreview review reviewablereviewer reviewedreviewingreviewsreviser revise revisablerevision revised revisionaryrevisionism revising revisionistrevisesroot root rootedrooter rootedrootage rootingrootedness rootsrootholdrule rule rulableruler ruled rulingruling rulingrulesscan scan scannablescanner scannedscanningscans288 require / re•quire289 requisite / req•ui•site290 respond / re•spond291 responsible / re•spon•si•ble292 restate / re•state293 results / re•sults294 reveal / re•veal295 review / re•view296 revise / re•vise297 root / root298 rule / rule299 scan / scan37
  38. 38. What You Are ReadingWhat the AssignmentRequires You To DoSpecific DetailsAbout Things ThatMust Be DoneHow To Do What HasTo Be DoneNo. Vocabulary Word Nouns Verbs Adjectives Adverbsabbreviator abbreviate abbreviatedThe categorical breakdown of each word compiled by [Rick Smith] www.englishcompanion.com/pdfDocs/acvocabulary2.pdfList compiled by [© Jim Burke]. Visit www.englishcompanion.com for more information. Teachers may copy for classroom use.Academic Vocabulary ListFrequently Used Words Found inNon/fiction Writings (Textbooks,Assignments, Content Area Standards, andExaminations)score score scorelessscorer scoredscoringscoressequence sequencesequencer sequencedsequencingsequences302 series / se•ries seriesset set settingsets304 setting / set•ting setting settingshow show showable showilyshowing shown showyshowiness showedshowingshowssignal signal signallysignals signaledsignaler signalingsignalssignificance significant significantlysignificativeness significative significativelysignification308 simile / sim•i•le simileskims skim skimskimmed skimmingskimmingskimssolution solvesolvedsolvingsolvedsource sourcesourcedsourcingsources312 spatial / spa•tial spatiality spatial spatiallyspecifics specific specificallyspecificity specifiablespecificationspeculation speculate speculative speculativelyspeculativeness speculatedspeculator speculatingspeculates314 speculate / spec•u•late311 source / source313 specific / spe•cif•ic309 skim / skim310 solve / solve306 signal / sig•nal307 significance / sig•nif•i•cance301 sequence / se•quencescore / score300303 set / set305 show / show38
  39. 39. What You Are ReadingWhat the AssignmentRequires You To DoSpecific DetailsAbout Things ThatMust Be DoneHow To Do What HasTo Be DoneNo. Vocabulary Word Nouns Verbs Adjectives Adverbsabbreviator abbreviate abbreviatedThe categorical breakdown of each word compiled by [Rick Smith] www.englishcompanion.com/pdfDocs/acvocabulary2.pdfList compiled by [© Jim Burke]. Visit www.englishcompanion.com for more information. Teachers may copy for classroom use.Academic Vocabulary ListFrequently Used Words Found inNon/fiction Writings (Textbooks,Assignments, Content Area Standards, andExaminations)315 stance / stance stancestandard standardize standardstandards standardizedstandardizer standardizingstandardizesstate state stated statelystateliness stated statelessstatingstates318 statement / state•ment statementstrategy strategize strategic strategicallystrategics strategizedstrategist strategizingstrategizesstructure structure structured structurallystructuralism structuredstructuralist structuringstructuresstructuralizestudy study studious studiouslystudiousness studiedstudyingstudiesstyle style stylish stylishlystyler styled stylistic stylisticallystylishness stylingstylist stylesstylisticssubject subjectsubjection subjectedsubjectingsubjectssubjectiveness subjective subjectivelysubjectivism subjectivistic subjectivisticallysubjectivistsubjectivity325 subsequent / sub•se•quent subsequence subsequent subsequentlysubstitute substitute substitutional substitutionallysubstituter substituted substitutive substitutivelysubstitution substitutingsubstitutiveness substitutes327 succinct / suc•cinct succinctness succinct succinctly322 style / style326 substitute / sub•sti•tute323 subject / sub•ject324 subjective / sub•jec•tive320 structure / struc•ture321 study / stud•y317 state / state319 strategy / strat•e•gy316 standard / stan•dard39
  40. 40. What You Are ReadingWhat the AssignmentRequires You To DoSpecific DetailsAbout Things ThatMust Be DoneHow To Do What HasTo Be DoneNo. Vocabulary Word Nouns Verbs Adjectives Adverbsabbreviator abbreviate abbreviatedThe categorical breakdown of each word compiled by [Rick Smith] www.englishcompanion.com/pdfDocs/acvocabulary2.pdfList compiled by [© Jim Burke]. Visit www.englishcompanion.com for more information. Teachers may copy for classroom use.Academic Vocabulary ListFrequently Used Words Found inNon/fiction Writings (Textbooks,Assignments, Content Area Standards, andExaminations)suggester suggest suggestive suggestiblysuggestiblity suggested suggestible suggestivelysuggestibleness suggesting suggestivesuggestion suggestssuggestivenesssum sumsummedsummingsumssummarist summarize summarizablesummarization summarizedsummarizer summarizingsummarizessummarysummarinesssupports support supportable supportablysupportability supported supporting supportivelysupporter supporting supportivesupportiveness supportssurveys survey surveyablesurveyor surveyedsurveyingsurveyssymbolization symbolize symbolic symbolicallysymbolism symbolized symbolistic symbolisticallysymbolist symbolizing symbologicalsymbolic symbolizessymbologysymbologistsynonym synomize synonymic synonymouslysynonymity synomized synonymoussynonymousness synomizingsynonymy synomizessynthesization synthesizesynthesizer synthesizedsynthesizingsynthesizestable tabletableful tabledtablingtables338 technique / tech•nique technique328 suggest / sug•gest329 sum / sum330 summarize / sum•ma•rize331 summary / sum•ma•ry332 support / sup•port333 survey / sur•vey334 symbolize / sym•bol•ize335 synonym / syn•o•nym336 synthesize / syn•the•size337 table / ta•ble40
  41. 41. What You Are ReadingWhat the AssignmentRequires You To DoSpecific DetailsAbout Things ThatMust Be DoneHow To Do What HasTo Be DoneNo. Vocabulary Word Nouns Verbs Adjectives Adverbsabbreviator abbreviate abbreviatedThe categorical breakdown of each word compiled by [Rick Smith] www.englishcompanion.com/pdfDocs/acvocabulary2.pdfList compiled by [© Jim Burke]. Visit www.englishcompanion.com for more information. Teachers may copy for classroom use.Academic Vocabulary ListFrequently Used Words Found inNon/fiction Writings (Textbooks,Assignments, Content Area Standards, andExaminations)term term termless termlytermedtermingtermstest test testabletestability testedtester testingteststheme theme thematic thematicallythemedthemingthemes342 thesis / the•sis thesis343 timeline / time•line timeline344 tone / tone tonetopic topical topicallytopicalitytrace trace traceable traceablytraces traced traceless tracelesslytraceability tracingtraceableness tracestracer347 trait / trait traittransition transition transitional transitionallytransitioned transitionarytransitioningtransitionstranslatability translate translatabletranslation translated translationaltranslator translating translatorialtranslatestypicality typical typicallytypicalness351 unique / u•nique uniqueness unique uniquelyutilization utilize utilizableutilizer utilizedutilizingutilizesvalidity valid validlyvalidnessvariation variational variationallyvariate339 term / term340 test / test341 theme / theme345 topic / top•ic346 trace / trace348 transition / tran•si•tion349 translate / trans•late350 typically / typ•i•cal•ly352 utilize / u•til•ize353 valid / val•id354 variation / var•i•a•tion41
  42. 42. What You Are ReadingWhat the AssignmentRequires You To DoSpecific DetailsAbout Things ThatMust Be DoneHow To Do What HasTo Be DoneNo. Vocabulary Word Nouns Verbs Adjectives Adverbsabbreviator abbreviate abbreviatedThe categorical breakdown of each word compiled by [Rick Smith] www.englishcompanion.com/pdfDocs/acvocabulary2.pdfList compiled by [© Jim Burke]. Visit www.englishcompanion.com for more information. Teachers may copy for classroom use.Academic Vocabulary ListFrequently Used Words Found inNon/fiction Writings (Textbooks,Assignments, Content Area Standards, andExaminations)vary varying varyinglyvariedvaryingvariesverifiability verify verifiable verifiablyverifier verified verificativeverification verifyingverificationism verifies357 viewpoint / view•point viewpointvoice voice voiced voicelesslyvoicedness voiced voicefulvoicefulness voicing voicelessvoicelessness voicesvoicer356 verify / ver•i•fy358 voice / voice355 vary / var•y42

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