English Language AS Terminology
Terminology for the English Language at AS level.
Terms in this set (65)
etc., eg., aka.
love, dream, October, celebration
NEET - not in education, employment or training
BOGOF - Buy one get one free
The DOG eats the BONE.
"how are you?"
Adverb of Manner
Adverb of Time
Adverb of Place
Adverb of Frequency
Adverb of Degree
REALLY good to see you
REALLY missing you
prettiest, ugliest, darkest
prettier, darker, uglier
pretty, dark, ugly
Ten Tiny Turtles
Ugly & Pretty
Sad & Happy
heretofor, ifsoever, afore
If I bleat when I speak it's 'cause I just got fleeced
Hurts like a Hole in the Heart
the Boy came Back from the Brink
My Mum Made a Mocha
smog, floordrobe, brunch
swarm, gang, herd, pack
wonga, cash, mates
brap, kerching, kecks, fuddy-duddy
you know, isn't it
Rock and Roll, Pouring Rain, big bang
gate, house, wood, flower, dog
whiteboard, notepad, goodnight
or, but, and
don't, won't, can't, mustn't
there, that, them, those, here
yell, walk, run, point
passed away, made love
perm, u-bend, FUBAR, admiral
Five Fine Fingers Flailing
some Venomous, Visious snakes.
My arm was falling off
The best thing to ever happen to anyone
furniture, animal, shoe, house
table, snake, clogs, cottage
-es, -s (to signify a plural word)
Graphical User Interface (GUI), APR, "Code-Eleven", SAM (surface to air missile)
another, name, for, a, word
It's only a scratch.
He was just a little bit annoyed.
The sky was a blanket of stars.
The girl was a fountain of knowledge.
A feature of the following words:
ball, big, car, mice, love, run, moon, girl
the Mighty Mammoth Moved Majestically.
Never Needs Nails
bang, crash, snap, boom
The BONE was eaten by the DOG
The MARATHON was won by the RUNNER.
The trees danced in the wind.
The sun smiled down.
Sadness - The drizzly rain pattered against the window.
Happiness - The sun beamed down from above.
Peter Picked a Peck of Pickled Peppers
A feature all of these words have in common:
dinosaur, blissfully, basin, motor, father, running
re-, un-, non-,
on, behind, beneath, under
he, she, them, it, her, they, him
Liverpool, Ashley, October, Wednesday
over and over and over and over again.
Seven Snakes Slithered Slowly South
The boy was like a bull, ready to charge.
The landscape was like a beautiful painting.
Love, hate, think, remember, believe
-ly, -able, -est, -ette, -ess
big, bold, beautiful
small, quiet and adorable
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