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17 terms
AP English Fall Final
anaphora
apostrophe
caesura
encomium
the use of a word referring to or replacing a word used earli…
rhetorical device used by playwrights and authors whenever th…
a break between words within a metrical foot, pause near the…
a speech or piece of writing that praises someone or somethin…
anaphora
the use of a word referring to or replacing a word used earli…
apostrophe
rhetorical device used by playwrights and authors whenever th…
AP English Fall Final
Synecdoche Definition
synecdoche Example
Metonymy
Metonymy Example
is a literary device in which a part of something represents…
For example, "The White House is calling" instead of the WH S…
ex. The pen is mightier than the sword. The pen is representi…
the word we use to describe another thing is closely linked t…
Synecdoche Definition
is a literary device in which a part of something represents…
synecdoche Example
For example, "The White House is calling" instead of the WH S…
46 terms
AP English Fall Final
Synecdoche
Hyperbole
Diction
Syntax
a figure of speech in which a part is used to represent a who…
exaggerated statements or statements not meant to be take lit…
the choice and use of words and phrases in speech or writing
the arrangement of words and phrases to create well-formed se…
Synecdoche
a figure of speech in which a part is used to represent a who…
Hyperbole
exaggerated statements or statements not meant to be take lit…
71 terms
AP English Fall Final
Rhetorical triangle
SOAPS
Ethos
Logos
(Aristoleian Triangle) consists of audience, speaker, subject
Subject, occasion, audience, purpose, speaker
Appeal to character... Shows credibility and trustworthy
Appeal to reason... If it's logically correct
Rhetorical triangle
(Aristoleian Triangle) consists of audience, speaker, subject
SOAPS
Subject, occasion, audience, purpose, speaker
29 terms
AP English Fall Final
Epithet
Exigence
Pathos
Logos
A characterizing word that describes a quality or phrase asso…
The authors need to write
Appeal to emotion
Logistically or statistically appealing
Epithet
A characterizing word that describes a quality or phrase asso…
Exigence
The authors need to write
206 terms
AP English Language: Fall Final
accismus
ad hominem
adianoeta
a fortiori
a figure of coyness, "Oh, you shouldn't have"
character attack; attack on someones previous failures or lif…
figure of hidden meaning; meant to be understood by part of t…
Argument of Strength; if something less likely is true, then…
accismus
a figure of coyness, "Oh, you shouldn't have"
ad hominem
character attack; attack on someones previous failures or lif…
AP English Fall Final
What are writing style elements charac…
Beowulf accomplishes what in the epic…
Hrothgar's is the
Kenning, alliteration, caesura
Sails to Hrothgar's land to save the people, kills Grendel an…
King of the Danes
What are writing style elements charac…
Kenning, alliteration, caesura
Beowulf accomplishes what in the epic…
Sails to Hrothgar's land to save the people, kills Grendel an…
Fall Pre AP English
Mood
Inference
Dramatic Irony
Verbal Irony
The feeling the audience gets from the book. Ex. "The river,…
A logical deduction based on premises assumed to be true
Irony that is inherent in speeches or a situation of drama an…
Difference between what a speaker says and what he means.
Mood
The feeling the audience gets from the book. Ex. "The river,…
Inference
A logical deduction based on premises assumed to be true
29 terms
AP English Language Fall
Tropes
Tropes of Comparison
Simile
Metaphor
Artful variations from the typical way a word or idea is expr…
Analogies; related topic to ideas which the reader can unders…
Comparison of two things using the words "like" or "as"
the most common trope; default trope; indirect comparison
Tropes
Artful variations from the typical way a word or idea is expr…
Tropes of Comparison
Analogies; related topic to ideas which the reader can unders…
67 terms
AP English Fall Final
ellipsis
euphemism
ad hominem
syllogism
deliberate omission of words
nice way of saying something bad
an attack against a person rather than his ideas
form of reasoning in which two statements are made and a conc…
ellipsis
deliberate omission of words
euphemism
nice way of saying something bad
27 terms
ap english fall exam
allusion
attitude
diction
figurative language
a reference in a work of literature to something outside the…
a speaker's, author's, or character's disopstion toward or op…
word choice
writing that uses figures of speed ( as opposed to literal la…
allusion
a reference in a work of literature to something outside the…
attitude
a speaker's, author's, or character's disopstion toward or op…
60 terms
AP English Fall Final
The Fall of the House of Usher
The Chambered Nautilus
Snow-Bound: A Winters Idyll
The Cross of Snow
Edgar Allen Poe
Oliver Wendell Holmes
John Greenleaf Whittier
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
The Fall of the House of Usher
Edgar Allen Poe
The Chambered Nautilus
Oliver Wendell Holmes
FALL AP ENGLISH FINAL
Third Person Limited Point of View
Imagery
Dramatic Irony
Situational Irony
3rd person POV where the narrator knows the thoughts and feel…
Visually descriptive or figurative language in written work
A situation that is understood by the audience but unknown by…
When there is a contrast between what one thinks will happen…
Third Person Limited Point of View
3rd person POV where the narrator knows the thoughts and feel…
Imagery
Visually descriptive or figurative language in written work
Ap English fall final
Analogy
Allusion
Alliteration
Anecdote
A conparison between2 seeminly dissimilar things.
An indirect reference often to another text or historical event
Repetition of the same sound or letter at the beginning of co…
Sure account of an interesting event
Analogy
A conparison between2 seeminly dissimilar things.
Allusion
An indirect reference often to another text or historical event
AP English Language Fall Semester 2016
Humanism
Deism
Liberalism
Republicanism
basic goodness of mankind, human matters over divine or spiri…
God exists but chooses to let the universe operate according…
humans have natural rights; government based on consent of th…
advocates a general election; rights come from an individual'…
Humanism
basic goodness of mankind, human matters over divine or spiri…
Deism
God exists but chooses to let the universe operate according…
AP English Fall Exam Review
Acquiescence
Appellations
Ardor
Ascertained
v. accept something reluctantly but without protest.
n. a name or title
n. enthusiasm or passion
v. find (something) out for certain; make sure of.
Acquiescence
v. accept something reluctantly but without protest.
Appellations
n. a name or title
60 terms
Ap english fall exam
ambivalence
brevity
foreboding
synecdoche
The state of having contradictory or conflicting emotional at…
Shortness, briefness
(n.) a warning or feeling that something bad will happen; (ad…
A figure of speech in which a part is used for the whole (as…
ambivalence
The state of having contradictory or conflicting emotional at…
brevity
Shortness, briefness
127 terms
AP English fall final
abortive
adjunct
aficionado
ancillary
a bor' tive... (adj) failing to accomplish an intended aim or pu…
ad' junct... (n.) something added to something else as helpful o…
a fic ion na' do... (n.) an enthusiastic and usually expert foll…
an' cill ar y... (adj.) subordinate or supplementary... syn: auxili…
abortive
a bor' tive... (adj) failing to accomplish an intended aim or pu…
adjunct
ad' junct... (n.) something added to something else as helpful o…
AP English Fall Final
factious
ignoble
boor
aegis
adj. causing disagreement... syn: belligent; contentious ... ant: c…
adj. dishonorable, shameful... syn: despicable; base... ant: noble,…
n. a rude or impolite person... syn: buffoon; clown... ant: sophist…
n. a shield; protection... syn: backing
factious
adj. causing disagreement... syn: belligent; contentious ... ant: c…
ignoble
adj. dishonorable, shameful... syn: despicable; base... ant: noble,…
AP English Fall Final
Exigence
Persona
Epithet
Diction
Context behind which the article was produced (has significan…
the aspect of someone's character that is presented to or per…
Words that characterize the person instead of their name
Author's carefully selected words to produce a certain effect…
Exigence
Context behind which the article was produced (has significan…
Persona
the aspect of someone's character that is presented to or per…
72 terms
Fall AP English Lit Vocab
Enjambment
Couplet
Quatrain
Sonnet
Moving over from one line to another without a terminating pu…
Two successive rhyming lines in a verse and has the same mete…
A verse with four lines with alternating rhyme
A fourteen line poem written in iambic pentameter
Enjambment
Moving over from one line to another without a terminating pu…
Couplet
Two successive rhyming lines in a verse and has the same mete…
78 terms
AP English 4 Fall Final
Anaphora
Malapropism
Non Sequitur
Oxymoron
Repetition at the beginning... I Have a Dream
a word humorously misused: Example, he is the AMPLE of her ey…
a statement that does not follow logically from what preceded…
Two unlike opposite things right next to each other ex: jumbo…
Anaphora
Repetition at the beginning... I Have a Dream
Malapropism
a word humorously misused: Example, he is the AMPLE of her ey…
90 terms
AP English Fall Semester Vocab
compunction
din
edict
indiscretion
(n). A feeling of remorse for wrong-doing
(n). a loud noise; clamor
(n). an official proclamation
(n). an act of imprudence; a lack of judiciousness
compunction
(n). A feeling of remorse for wrong-doing
din
(n). a loud noise; clamor
38 terms
Pre-AP English Fall Exam
Iambic Pentameter
Blank Verse
Quatrain
Couplet
form of metered poetry where there are five feet per line, an…
Iambic Pentameter without rhyme. Shakespeare mostly wrote in…
Part of a Shakespearean sonnet consisting of four lines of ia…
Final two lines of a sonnet.
Iambic Pentameter
form of metered poetry where there are five feet per line, an…
Blank Verse
Iambic Pentameter without rhyme. Shakespeare mostly wrote in…
AP English Fall Final Vocab
allusion
alliteration
anecdote
analogy
literary, historical, religious, or mythological reference
sequential repetition of similar initial sound
short story intended to prove or demonstrate a point
a way to explain a difficult or unfamiliar idea by comparison…
allusion
literary, historical, religious, or mythological reference
alliteration
sequential repetition of similar initial sound
AP English Fall Final Editing
book titles are
shorter works are
when two or more words work together t…
a dash is used
italicized (typed) or underlined (handwritten)
placed in quotation marks
use a hyphen
in place of a colon after a complete sentence
book titles are
italicized (typed) or underlined (handwritten)
shorter works are
placed in quotation marks
38 terms
AP English 3 Fall Final
Assuage
Hackneyed
Petulant
Transcend
To make less painful or severe, sooth
Not interesting or funny because it is not fresh or original
Having or showing the attitude of people who become angry and…
To rise above or go beyond the normal limits of something
Assuage
To make less painful or severe, sooth
Hackneyed
Not interesting or funny because it is not fresh or original
Pre Ap English fall semester fall reveiw
Simile
Metaphor
Personification
hyperbole
a comparision of two unlike things using the words "like or as"
a comparison of two unlike things not using like or as
gives animals or objects humans qualities or characteristics
deliberate use of exaggeration
Simile
a comparision of two unlike things using the words "like or as"
Metaphor
a comparison of two unlike things not using like or as
AP English Fall Semester Final Exam Review
Rhetoric
Rhetorical Triangle
Rhetorical Appeals
Classical model
From the Greek for "orator," this term describes the principl…
Ethos- Credibility ... Logos-logic... pathos- emotion
1. Introduction... 2. Narration ... 3. Confirmation ... 4. Refutation…
Rhetoric
From the Greek for "orator," this term describes the principl…
Rhetorical Triangle
Pre-AP English I Fall Final Review
Plot
Irony
Climax
Personification
The sequence of incidents or events in a narrative.
The use of words to convey the opposite of their literal mean…
In a narrative, the turning point in the action and/or the hi…
A kind of metaphor that gives inanimate objects or abstract i…
Plot
The sequence of incidents or events in a narrative.
Irony
The use of words to convey the opposite of their literal mean…
128 terms
AP English Final (Fall 2015)
Glory, Gold, God
Eurocentrism
Exotic Other
Noble Savage
The 3 G's for why Europeans came to the New World
An ingrained conviction on the part of those... who first came t…
A character who is different in... appearance, dress, language,…
A character who presents a one-dimensional, idealized, romant…
Glory, Gold, God
The 3 G's for why Europeans came to the New World
Eurocentrism
An ingrained conviction on the part of those... who first came t…
27 terms
AP English Fall Midterm (Vocab)
Connotation
Concession
Propaganda
Persona
all the meanings, associations, or emotions that a word sugge…
an acknowledgement that something may be true
ideas spread to influence public opinion for or against a cause
greek from 'mask'; face or character a speaker puts on
Connotation
all the meanings, associations, or emotions that a word sugge…
Concession
an acknowledgement that something may be true
22 terms
AP English Fall Final
Static Characterization
Dynamic Characterization
Motivation
Assonance
Undergoes little change
Faces trials, changes
Reason behind character's action/behavior
Repetition of vowel sound
Static Characterization
Undergoes little change
Dynamic Characterization
Faces trials, changes
AP ENGLISH FALL EXAM
Ardor
Bereft
Boon
Brevity
enthusiasm or passion.
deprived of or lacking something, especially a nonmaterial as…
a thing that is helpful or beneficial.
concise and exact use of words in writing or speech.
Ardor
enthusiasm or passion.
Bereft
deprived of or lacking something, especially a nonmaterial as…
AP English Fall Final
Deductive
Inductive
Syllogism
Red herring
1. The picture is above the desk 2. The desk is above the flo…
Opposite deductive
The premises are made and a conclusion is drawn from them
Raising an irrelevant issue to derail from the issue at hand
Deductive
1. The picture is above the desk 2. The desk is above the flo…
Inductive
Opposite deductive
49 terms
AP English exam fall
comedy
tragedy
histories
catharsis
a dramatic work with a happy ending humor is usually containe…
a dramatic work in which the main character or tragic hero co…
a work that presents stories about Englands earlier monarchs
a cleansing of the emotions
comedy
a dramatic work with a happy ending humor is usually containe…
tragedy
a dramatic work in which the main character or tragic hero co…
Fall Final Review for Pre-AP English
Oblivious
Volatile
Discord
Vituperative
Clueless, not tuned into their surroundings
Explosive, unstable, likely to fly into and shatter
Strife or disagreement
vituperative language is abusive
Oblivious
Clueless, not tuned into their surroundings
Volatile
Explosive, unstable, likely to fly into and shatter
AP English 3 Fall Review
Assertation
Clarity
Cogent
Coherent
A declaration or statement
Clearness is thought or expression
Convincing; reasonable
Logically connected
Assertation
A declaration or statement
Clarity
Clearness is thought or expression
19 terms
Fall Term AP English Terms
Adverb Clause
Adverb Clause Example
Denotation
Connotation
Sentence parts that tell more about the rest of the sentence…
(After he got himself under control), he apologized.
Dictionary definition of a word
Associated meaning of the word in addition to its denotative…
Adverb Clause
Sentence parts that tell more about the rest of the sentence…
Adverb Clause Example
(After he got himself under control), he apologized.
92 terms
English III AP Fall Review
Logos
Ethos
Pathos
Alliteration
using logic and facts to appeal to the reader
refers to the credibility or trustworthiness of the writer an…
appealing to the reader's emotions
repetition of a sound in a word or phrase
Logos
using logic and facts to appeal to the reader
Ethos
refers to the credibility or trustworthiness of the writer an…
71 terms
Pre-AP English 11 Fall
kenning
exemplum
simile
apostrophe
two word phrase that describes an object through metaphors.... e…
brief moral story that serves as an example, usually w/n a se…
comparison of one thing to another using like or as.... ex: as l…
figure of speech where the character or poet addresses someon…
kenning
two word phrase that describes an object through metaphors.... e…
exemplum
brief moral story that serves as an example, usually w/n a se…
365 terms
pre-ap english II fall exam
Indo-Europeans: various tribes of cent…
Old English Period
Roman Invasion: Julius Caesar surveys…
Roman Emperor Claudius invades and occ…
c. 4000-1000 BC
449-1100 AD
55 BC
43 AD
Indo-Europeans: various tribes of cent…
c. 4000-1000 BC
Old English Period
449-1100 AD
22 terms
AP English III Fall Exam
Ad hominem
Antecedent
Apostrophe
Balanced Sentence
Appealing to one's prejudices, emotions, or special interests…
A thing or event that precedes another
An exclamatory passage in a speech or poem addressed to a per…
A sentence that uses parallel structure structures of the sam…
Ad hominem
Appealing to one's prejudices, emotions, or special interests…
Antecedent
A thing or event that precedes another
24 terms
Fall Midterm: Pre-AP English
Metaphor
Point of View
Similie
Allusion
a comparison to an unusual circumstance
The view in which the piece is told
a comparison
a historical or Biblical reference
Metaphor
a comparison to an unusual circumstance
Point of View
The view in which the piece is told
Ap English Fall final- Penick
plot
conflict
protagonist
antagonist
the sequence of incidents or events of which the story is com…
a clash of actions, ideas, desires, or wills
the central characters in a conflict, whether sympathetic or…
are the forces arrayed against them, whether persons, things,…
plot
the sequence of incidents or events of which the story is com…
conflict
a clash of actions, ideas, desires, or wills
16 terms
AP English 3 Fall Final
Alliteration
Anaphora
Anecdote
Antimetabole
Repetition of initial or medial consonants in two or more adj…
Repetition of the same word or group of words at the beginnin…
A short and amusing or interesting story about a real inciden…
Repetition of words, in successive clauses, in reverse gramma…
Alliteration
Repetition of initial or medial consonants in two or more adj…
Anaphora
Repetition of the same word or group of words at the beginnin…
141 terms
AP English Fall Exam Vocab
academe
adaptive
affinity
affluence
academic environment
easy to adapt to
spontaneous liking of something/someone
rich
academe
academic environment
adaptive
easy to adapt to
AP English Fall Semester Final
Brazen
Compunction
Din
Edict
Shameless
A feeling of guilt or regret
A loud, confused noise; a continued loud sound
A decree issued by a sovereign or other authority
Brazen
Shameless
Compunction
A feeling of guilt or regret
AP English Fall 2015 Exam
Emulate
Cautionary
Nostalgic
Pedantic
Copy in an attempt to equal or be better than
Serving as a warning
longing for the past
An adjective that describes words, phrases, or general tone t…
Emulate
Copy in an attempt to equal or be better than
Cautionary
Serving as a warning
90 terms
Pre Ap English Fall Exam
Sheep
Napoleon
Snowball
Major
Blind/ brain washed followers
Stalin
Trotsky
Lenin
Sheep
Blind/ brain washed followers
Napoleon
Stalin
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