Mrs. J AP English Literary Terms33 terms
Canon What has officially happened in a story according to the author or based on what is in the material … Antagonist The primary person/place/thing/event that causes our hero the most trouble. Ambiguity The use of a word in a way in which it can be interpreted by more than one of it's definitions or as… Archetype Symbols or other literary elements that are near universal. Used to evoke certain responses from the… Static A character who does not change in any way, nor does the reader learn anything more about them. Round A character who is more well filled out than a stock or static character, yet may or may not be impo… Dynamic A character who changes directly due to the story and its events.
Spanish III 2-2 Vocab43 terms
abierto open amigable friendly la amistad friendship atento helpful apoyar to support Busco a alguien a quien le guste....y que sepa algo de...... I'm looking for someone who likes....and knows something about... celoso jealous
AP English 12 Poetry Terms61 terms
Accent The emphasis or stress given to a syllable in pronunciation. Example "Are you conTENT with the CONte… Allegory A narration or description usually restricted to a single meaning. For example, giving a character i… Alliteration The use of the same consonant sound in a group of words. "Lucy loved to lick lemon lollipops." Allusion A short reference to a person/place/thing etc. Anagram A word/phrase made from the letters of another word of phrase. This connection between the words may… Assonance Use of the same internal vowel sound in a series of words. "Mareep the sheep would sleep deep in the… Ballad A song passed from greneration to generation orally. The classic girl scout song "Weenie Man Song" i…