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20 terms
AP English Language #7
inplacable
paroxysm
reprehensible
jurisdiction
cannot be pacified, inexorable
a fit, sudden outburst
worthy of blame
power, range of authority
inplacable
cannot be pacified, inexorable
paroxysm
a fit, sudden outburst
14 terms
English Language - Grade 7
noun
pronoun
verb
adjective
...
...
...
...
noun
...
pronoun
...
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Figurative language- English 7
Simile
Extended Metaphor
Metaphor
Personification
a figure of speech which makes a direct comparison between tw…
a comparison between two unlike things that is created in mor…
a direct comparison between two unlike things (without using…
a literary device that gives human characteristics to an obje…
Simile
a figure of speech which makes a direct comparison between tw…
Extended Metaphor
a comparison between two unlike things that is created in mor…
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Figurative Language English 7
Hyperbole
Allusion
Alliteration
Personification
Exaggerated statements or claims not meant to be taken litera…
An indirect reference
the occurrence of the same letter or sound at the beginning o…
Giving human characteristics to a non-human thing
Hyperbole
Exaggerated statements or claims not meant to be taken litera…
Allusion
An indirect reference
10 terms
English Language 7
Discourse
Adjacency Pair
False Starts
Simple Sentence
The study of spoken language.
A moment in turn taking where one utterance constrains the re…
The speaker realizes at the beginning of an utterance isn't w…
Contains one independent clause.
Discourse
The study of spoken language.
Adjacency Pair
A moment in turn taking where one utterance constrains the re…
12 terms
English language chapter 7
Phonology
Phonetics
Prosodics
Heterophones
The area of study that refers to the sound systems
The area of study that is concerned with investigating how so…
The study of how users can shape meanings through emphasise o…
Words that have the same spelling but different meaning
Phonology
The area of study that refers to the sound systems
Phonetics
The area of study that is concerned with investigating how so…
17 terms
Figurative Language English 7
Hyperbole
Allusion
Alliteration
Personification
Exaggerated statements or claims not meant to be taken litera…
An indirect reference to another literary piece
the occurrence of the same letter or sound at the beginning o…
Giving human characteristics to a non-human thing
Hyperbole
Exaggerated statements or claims not meant to be taken litera…
Allusion
An indirect reference to another literary piece
18 terms
English 7 Poetic language
Cliche
Connotation
Denotation
Persona
Phrases that have been used so much in writing and speaking t…
What a word suggests beyond its basic definition. Ex. She SUN…
The basic dictionary definition or dictionary meaning of the…
Refers to the narrator or speaker of the poem, not to be conf…
Cliche
Phrases that have been used so much in writing and speaking t…
Connotation
What a word suggests beyond its basic definition. Ex. She SUN…
24 terms
English 7 figurative language
Personification
anthropomorphism
pathetic fallacy
Hyperbole
giving inanimate objects human qualities
Something nonhuman comes to life!
gives nonhuman things emotion
Big exaggeration
Personification
giving inanimate objects human qualities
anthropomorphism
Something nonhuman comes to life!
12 terms
Theme 7 # 9 English Language
indeed
politics
regard
quarter
actually
how to run a country, power game
assume
25%, one fourth
indeed
actually
politics
how to run a country, power game
40 terms
English Language Set 7
Treatise
Licentious
Edify
Exigent
n. a book, article, etc. that discusses a subject carefully
adj. sexually immoral or offensive
v. to teach (someone) in a way that improves his or her mind…
adj. requiring immediate attention; needing to be dealt with…
Treatise
n. a book, article, etc. that discusses a subject carefully
Licentious
adj. sexually immoral or offensive
13 terms
Lesson 7 English language
Curt
Debunk
Decade
Decimal
Rudely brief and abrupt in speech of manner
To expose falseness of; came from an event in the 1800's
A period of ten years
A numeral based in 10,used with a decimal point in expressing…
Curt
Rudely brief and abrupt in speech of manner
Debunk
To expose falseness of; came from an event in the 1800's
31 terms
English Language Week 7
Define Multilingualism
What are the causes of Multilingualism
How do you collect data about what lan…
What are the weaknesses of the census…
There are many definitions of Multilingualism: ... 'The use of t…
-VOLUNTARY MIGRATION: Northern Europe encouraged guest worker…
-In a particular nation-state, city or other area CENSUS DATA…
-Limitations on kinds of questions which can be asked.... -Limit…
Define Multilingualism
There are many definitions of Multilingualism: ... 'The use of t…
What are the causes of Multilingualism
-VOLUNTARY MIGRATION: Northern Europe encouraged guest worker…
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AICE English Language week 7
Ephemeral
Evanescent
Transient
Fleeting
Lasting a short time; fleeting
Vanishing quickly, Fading away
Lasting for only a short time., Temporary
Short- lived, Swift, rapid - to be fleet of foot
Ephemeral
Lasting a short time; fleeting
Evanescent
Vanishing quickly, Fading away
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Figurative Language for English Language Learners
simile
personification
metaphor
onomatopoeia
Comparing two unlike things using words such as "like" or "as…
A nonhuman subject is given human characteristics
A comparison of two unlike things
A word that imitates the sound it represents.
simile
Comparing two unlike things using words such as "like" or "as…
personification
A nonhuman subject is given human characteristics
22 terms
Grade 7 English Figurative Language/Poetry Terms
Figurative Language (Figures of Speech)
Simile
Metaphor
Symbol
Any writing or speech not meant to be taken literally... Used…
Figure of speech that uses like or as to make a direct co…
Figure of speech in which something is described as though *i…
Anything that represents something else
Figurative Language (Figures of Speech)
Any writing or speech not meant to be taken literally... Used…
Simile
Figure of speech that uses like or as to make a direct co…
23 terms
English 7-Poetry/Figurative Language
Poetry =
Exploring feelings in poetry
Simile
Metaphor
maker
pathos
Compares 2 things using "like" or "as"
Describes something as if it were something else
Poetry =
maker
Exploring feelings in poetry
pathos
14 terms
English Language Arts Unit 7
Barrier (n.)
Calculate (v.)
Compose (v.)
Considerable (adj.)
Something that blocks the way, an obstacle, blockade.
To find out by using mathematics or reasoning, to reckon; est…
To be or make up the parts of, form; to create or write; to c…
Fairly large in size or extent; worthy of attention; important.
Barrier (n.)
Something that blocks the way, an obstacle, blockade.
Calculate (v.)
To find out by using mathematics or reasoning, to reckon; est…
40 terms
English-language arts 7 grade
Plot
Setting
Characters
Protagonist
The sequence of events or actions in a story
The time and place in which the story occurs
People or animals that take part in the action of a story
The main character in the story usually is good
Plot
The sequence of events or actions in a story
Setting
The time and place in which the story occurs
8 terms
AP English Language and Composition 7
symbol/symbolism
syntax
theme
thesis
Anything that represents itself and stands for something else.
Arrangement of words in phrases and sentences.
Central idea of a work of literature
the sentence group of sentences that directly expresses the a…
symbol/symbolism
Anything that represents itself and stands for something else.
syntax
Arrangement of words in phrases and sentences.
144 terms
English Language Techniques Year 7 List A
Symbol
Alliteration
Hyperbole
Irony
1. A red rose on Valentine's Day.
2. A monkey muttered menacingly.
3. 'I'll never, ever be able to walk ever again!' the boy sai…
4. A fire station burns down.
Symbol
1. A red rose on Valentine's Day.
Alliteration
2. A monkey muttered menacingly.
20 terms
AP English Language Vocab. 7
gesticulate
hue
impasse
ineluctable
(v.) to make motions or gestures
(n) shades, tints
(n.) standstill, deadlock, an insoluble difficulty
(adj.) certain, unavoidable, inevitable
gesticulate
(v.) to make motions or gestures
hue
(n) shades, tints
163 terms
TExES English Language Arts 7-12
Epic
Protagonist
Fable
Farce
A long poem reflecting the values of a society. Usually conta…
The lead character in literary work
A tale in which animals take on human characteristics; usuall…
A light dramatic composition that uses highly improbable situ…
Epic
A long poem reflecting the values of a society. Usually conta…
Protagonist
The lead character in literary work
AICE English Language Vocab 7
Authoritative
Emotive
Didactic
Objective
The voice is commanding and knowing
The voice evokes emotion
The voice is preachy, insistent
The voice in uncommitted, without judgement
Authoritative
The voice is commanding and knowing
Emotive
The voice evokes emotion
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AP English Language Rhetorical Terms List #7
meter
metonymy
modernism
modifier
the formal, regular organization of stressed and unstressed s…
figure of speech in which something is represented by another…
a movement of writers that reached its apex between the 1920s…
an adjective, an adverb, a phrase, or a clause that gives mor…
meter
the formal, regular organization of stressed and unstressed s…
metonymy
figure of speech in which something is represented by another…
16 terms
English Language Arts Vocabulary #7
Andr/o
Centr
Crac
Gen
Man, male
Center
Government, rule
Birth, produce, race
Andr/o
Man, male
Centr
Center
15 terms
AP English Language - Vocab 7
Adroit
Macroscopic
Fatuous
Bovine
adj. skillful; clever
adj. visible to the naked eye
adj. foolish; inane
adj. relating to cows or cattle
Adroit
adj. skillful; clever
Macroscopic
adj. visible to the naked eye
12 terms
Figurative Language 1_Allen_English 7
simile
metaphor
hyperbole
personification
a comparison of two unlike things using the words like or as
a comparison of two unlike things by saying that one thing is…
an exaggeration; something that cannot possibly be true
giving human qualities to nonhuman things
simile
a comparison of two unlike things using the words like or as
metaphor
a comparison of two unlike things by saying that one thing is…
20 terms
English Unit 7 & 8: Persuasive Language for Advertisements
alliteration
repetition
question
audience
Definition: the use of the same consonant sounds at the begin…
Definition: repeated use of sounds, words, colours, symbols,…
Definition: to ask or inquire about a topic, resulting in an…
Definition: a group of people a piece or item is designed for…
alliteration
Definition: the use of the same consonant sounds at the begin…
repetition
Definition: repeated use of sounds, words, colours, symbols,…
62 terms
English Language Arts 7-12
Competency 001
Competency 002
Competency 003
Competency 004
The teacher understands and applies knowledge of relationship…
The teacher is aware of the diversity of the student populati…
The teacher understands the structure and development of the…
The teacher understands reading processes and teaches student…
Competency 001
The teacher understands and applies knowledge of relationship…
Competency 002
The teacher is aware of the diversity of the student populati…
23 terms
AP English 12: (7) Language
Syntax
Collocation
Idiom
Dipthong
Sentence structure, or the arrangement of words in a sentence.
A grouping of arrangement, especially of words.
1. A correct expression that is unusual in form or meaning.... 2…
Two vowels united into a single, complex sound.
Syntax
Sentence structure, or the arrangement of words in a sentence.
Collocation
A grouping of arrangement, especially of words.
8 terms
AP English Language and Composition 7
symbol/symbolism
syntax
theme
thesis
Anything that represents itself and stands for something else.
Arrangement of words in phrases and sentences.
Central idea of a work of literature
the sentence group of sentences that directly expresses the a…
symbol/symbolism
Anything that represents itself and stands for something else.
syntax
Arrangement of words in phrases and sentences.
50 terms
Vocabulary 7 (AP English Language)
paradox (n)
parsimonious (adj)
partisan (n)
patent (adj)
a true statement that nonetheless seems to contradict itself
stingy
one who supports a particular person, cause, or idea
obvious
paradox (n)
a true statement that nonetheless seems to contradict itself
parsimonious (adj)
stingy
30 terms
English Unit 7 Language and Writing
Comical
Sopisticated
Literature
Esteemed
Really funny
Really knowledgable
Written work
Highly respected
Comical
Really funny
Sopisticated
Really knowledgable
14 terms
CC Essentials of the English Language Week 7
appositive
verb mood
noun of direct address
adverb
An appositive (App) is a noun (or pronoun) directly beside an…
Mood is the manner in which a verb expresses its action or st…
A noun of direct address (NDA) is used to call upon a person…
An adverb (Av) modifies a verb, adjective, or another adverb…
appositive
An appositive (App) is a noun (or pronoun) directly beside an…
verb mood
Mood is the manner in which a verb expresses its action or st…
163 terms
TExES English Language Arts 7-12
Epic
Protagonist
Fable
Farce
A long poem reflecting the values of a society. Usually conta…
The lead character in literary work
A tale in which animals take on human characteristics; usuall…
A light dramatic composition that uses highly improbable situ…
Epic
A long poem reflecting the values of a society. Usually conta…
Protagonist
The lead character in literary work
15 terms
AP English Language Test 7
Polysyndeton
Catachresis
Pleonasm
Metabasis
Figure of addition and emphasis which intentionally employees…
An extravagant implied metaphor using words in an alien or un…
Use of superfluous or redundant words, often enriching the th…
A transitional statement in which one explains what has been…
Polysyndeton
Figure of addition and emphasis which intentionally employees…
Catachresis
An extravagant implied metaphor using words in an alien or un…
16 terms
English 7: History of Beowulf and the English Language.
Angles, Saxons, and Jutes
Anglo Saxons
450-1066
1066-1500
Three main Germanic tribes that invaded Britan
The three tribes together
Time of Old English
Time of Middle English
Angles, Saxons, and Jutes
Three main Germanic tribes that invaded Britan
Anglo Saxons
The three tribes together
20 terms
Ap English Language Unit 7
Trepidation
Approbation
Incipient
Anemic
A feeling of great fear or apprehension
Approval
Developing or budding.
Pale, bland, lifeless
Trepidation
A feeling of great fear or apprehension
Approbation
Approval
11 terms
English as an international language. Biboletova 7
The world's population speak English
Doctors and scientists exchange their…
English has become a means of communic…
There are 15 official languages in Ind…
мировое население говорит по-английский
доктора и учёные обмениваются идеями на английском
английский стал средством общения в некоторых странах
в Индии 15 официальных языков
The world's population speak English
мировое население говорит по-английский
Doctors and scientists exchange their…
доктора и учёные обмениваются идеями на английском
15 terms
AP English Language Lesson 7
Adroit
Macroscopic
Fatuous
Bovine
Skillful; clever.
Visible to the naked eye.
Foolish; inane.
Pertaining to cows or cattle.
Adroit
Skillful; clever.
Macroscopic
Visible to the naked eye.
8 terms
History of the English Language - Chapter 7
Leveling
Analogy
Anglo-Norman
Central French
general loss of inflections
the tendency of language to follow certain patterns and adapt…
variety of Norman French used in English after the Norman Con…
language of Paris; a larger share of the English borrowing wa…
Leveling
general loss of inflections
Analogy
the tendency of language to follow certain patterns and adapt…
18 terms
Unit 7 english language arts
liter
log
gram, graph
script, scrib
letter
word, speech, idea, reason
letter, writing
to write
liter
letter
log
word, speech, idea, reason
96 terms
English Language Arts Grade 7 Terms
alliteration
allusion
antagonist
apostrophe
The repetition of the beginning sounds in groups of words, us…
A reference to a familiar literary character, historical pers…
The major character in a narrative or drama that works agains…
A poetic device which uses words to address to someone or som…
alliteration
The repetition of the beginning sounds in groups of words, us…
allusion
A reference to a familiar literary character, historical pers…
22 terms
Unit 6/7 AICE English Language
Cognition
Conditioning
Esperanto
Holophrastic
The mental processes involved in gaining knowledge and abilit…
A process whereby behavior is changed or modified due to repe…
An artificial universal language
In language acquisition a single word that expresses a comple…
Cognition
The mental processes involved in gaining knowledge and abilit…
Conditioning
A process whereby behavior is changed or modified due to repe…
19 terms
AICE English Language Vocab 11/7
passive voice
active voice
bibliography
summary
One of the two voices of verbs. It is win the subject of the…
One of two voices of verbs. When the verb of a sentence is in…
A list of sources consulted
essentially a shortened version of and original text. Retelli…
passive voice
One of the two voices of verbs. It is win the subject of the…
active voice
One of two voices of verbs. When the verb of a sentence is in…
30 terms
AP English Language Week 7 Vocab
delayed sentence
denotative
dense
depose
A sentence that withholds its main idea until the end. For ex…
designative; specific or direct
crowded closely together; compact; thickheaded
to remove from office or power; to dethrone
delayed sentence
A sentence that withholds its main idea until the end. For ex…
denotative
designative; specific or direct
10 terms
English 2 - List 7 - Language Terms 2
elision
epithet
flashback
hyperbole
the omission of a part of a word for ease of pronunciation
an adjective or adjective phrase used to point out a characte…
when a writer presents a scene or incident that occurred prio…
conscious exaggeration is used without the intent of literal…
elision
the omission of a part of a word for ease of pronunciation
epithet
an adjective or adjective phrase used to point out a characte…
50 terms
Competency 7: Teaching English Language Learners (ELLs)
ZZ
LY
True
False
In Florida, the code used for a non-ELL is ______.
In Florida, the code used for a student who is currently enro…
True or False: The acronym ELL stands for English Language Le…
True or False: The acronym ESOL stands for English as a Secon…
ZZ
In Florida, the code used for a non-ELL is ______.
LY
In Florida, the code used for a student who is currently enro…
14 terms
English 11H- Language Quiz #7 (Manser)
flourish
forestall
fortuitous
fractious
to grow luxuriantly : thrive, to achieve success : prosper, t…
to stop (something) from happening or to cause (something) to…
happening by chance, having or showing good luck
causing trouble : hard to manage or control, full of anger an…
flourish
to grow luxuriantly : thrive, to achieve success : prosper, t…
forestall
to stop (something) from happening or to cause (something) to…
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