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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
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…
29 terms
AP Fall English
Couplet
simile
metaphor
personification
two lines of verse, usually in the same meter and joined by r…
the comparison of one thing with another using the words like…
a figure of speech in which a word or phrase is applied to an…
the attribution of human characteristics to inanimate objects
Couplet
two lines of verse, usually in the same meter and joined by r…
simile
the comparison of one thing with another using the words like…
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…
67 terms
AP English Fall Final
Trope
allegory
simile
Synecdoche
An artful deviation from the ordinary or principal significat…
an extended metaphor in which a story is told to illustrate a…
Explicit comparison of one thing to another, using like or as.
A whole is represented by naming one of its parts. EX: "On th…
Trope
An artful deviation from the ordinary or principal significat…
allegory
an extended metaphor in which a story is told to illustrate a…
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
31 terms
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
35 terms
AP English Fall Final
Couplet
Motif
Parody
Satire
A couplet is a pair of lines of meter in poetry. Couplets usu…
A significant phrase, description, or image that is repeated…
An imitation of the style of a particular writer, artist, or…
Literature that exposes to ridicule the vices or follies of p…
Couplet
A couplet is a pair of lines of meter in poetry. Couplets usu…
Motif
A significant phrase, description, or image that is repeated…
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…
271 terms
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,…
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…
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…
35 terms
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
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
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
48 terms
AP English 12 Fall Exam
Style
Point of view
First
Second
general description of the narrative voice
first, second, omniscient, third limited, dramatic/objective
POV- narrator and in the story
POV- (you) Narrator talking to you directly and referring to…
Style
general description of the narrative voice
Point of view
first, second, omniscient, third limited, dramatic/objective
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.
30 terms
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…
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
24 terms
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
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
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…
51 terms
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
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
17 terms
AP English: Things Fall Apart
Okonkwo
Nwoye
Ekwefi
Ezinma
Protagonist, well respected man in Umuofia, 3 wives, 2 barns…
Okonkwo's eldest son whom Okonkwo thinks is lazy and unambiti…
Okonkwo's second wife, once the village beauty. Ekwefi ran aw…
Ekwefi's daughter, an ogbanje, or a child who repeatedly dies…
Okonkwo
Protagonist, well respected man in Umuofia, 3 wives, 2 barns…
Nwoye
Okonkwo's eldest son whom Okonkwo thinks is lazy and unambiti…
8 terms
English 3 AP Fall Final
Nonexistent Knight characters
Baron in the Trees characters
Cloven Viscount Characters
Oedipus
Charlemagne, Agilulf, Raimbaut, Gurduloo, Bradamante, Torrism…
Cosimo, Biaggio, Viola (Sinforosa), The Generalessa (mother),…
Medardo (good/bad), dr. Trelawny... THE REST.
...
Nonexistent Knight characters
Charlemagne, Agilulf, Raimbaut, Gurduloo, Bradamante, Torrism…
Baron in the Trees characters
Cosimo, Biaggio, Viola (Sinforosa), The Generalessa (mother),…
69 terms
English III AP Fall Final
Fallacies
Either/Or Fallacy (Black and White Fal…
Appeal to Authority
Bandwagon
statements that might sound reasonable or superficially true…
This occurs when a writer builds an argument upon the assumpt…
the fallacy of appealing to the testimony of an authority out…
a threat of rejection by one's peers (or peer pressure) is su…
Fallacies
statements that might sound reasonable or superficially true…
Either/Or Fallacy (Black and White Fal…
This occurs when a writer builds an argument upon the assumpt…
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
20 terms
AP English Fall Final Terms
imagery
snecdoche
metonymy
litotes
group of words which appeal to the senses, the use of images…
a figure of speech in which a part of something stands for th…
figure of speech that substitutes one word with another that…
form of understatement using a negative assertion
imagery
group of words which appeal to the senses, the use of images…
snecdoche
a figure of speech in which a part of something stands for th…
50 terms
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
25 terms
AP English fall final vocab
Accusatory
Antagonistic
Admonitory
Callous
Charging of wrong doing
Opposition and actively competing with another;adversarial
Serving to warn; expressing reproof or reproach
Unfeeling, insensitive to feelings of others
Accusatory
Charging of wrong doing
Antagonistic
Opposition and actively competing with another;adversarial
52 terms
AP english fall final terms
Absolutes
Alliteration
Anaphora
Antecedent
A word free from limitations or qualifications (best, all, un…
The repetition of initial sounds in subversive or neighboring…
The repetition of words at the beginning of consecutive lines…
The word, phrase, or clause to which a pronoun refers
Absolutes
A word free from limitations or qualifications (best, all, un…
Alliteration
The repetition of initial sounds in subversive or neighboring…
55 terms
AP English IV Fall Final
promenade
admonitions
ardour
plaited
paved public walk/leisurely walk
advice or warnings against faults
Great enthusiasm
braided
promenade
paved public walk/leisurely walk
admonitions
advice or warnings against faults
16 terms
AP English Lit Fall Final
Equivocation
Invective
Dissipation
Rapturous
to intentionally use vague language
abusive language
wasteful spending, squandering
full of, feeling, or manifesting ecstatic joy or delight.
Equivocation
to intentionally use vague language
Invective
abusive language
177 terms
AP English 12 Fall Exam
Style
Point of view
First
Second
general description of the narrative voice
first, second, omniscient, third limited, dramatic/objective
POV- narrator and in the story
POV- (you) Narrator talking to you directly and referring to…
Style
general description of the narrative voice
Point of view
first, second, omniscient, third limited, dramatic/objective
AP English 11 Fall Exam
Allegory
Alliteration
Allusion
Anaphora
A representation of an abstract or spiritual meaning through…
Repetition of the same sound at the beginning of several word…
A direct or indirect reference to something from history, the…
Repetition of a word or phrase at the beginning of successive…
Allegory
A representation of an abstract or spiritual meaning through…
Alliteration
Repetition of the same sound at the beginning of several word…
23 terms
English 4 AP Fall Final
Archetype
Blather
Cache
Caroused
An original; a model or pattern after which a thing is made.…
To talk nonsensically.
A hiding place used especially for storing provisions.
To engage in boisterous, drunken merrymaking.
Archetype
An original; a model or pattern after which a thing is made.…
Blather
To talk nonsensically.
101 terms
AP English Fall Final Vocab
solipsism
desolate
soliloquy
monotonous
the theory that the self is the only reality
deserted and lonely
a literary or dramatic speech spoken by a solitary character
unvarying; lacking in variety
solipsism
the theory that the self is the only reality
desolate
deserted and lonely
52 terms
AP english fall final vocabulary
Jargon
Complex sentence
Compound subject
Passive voice
language that is characterized by uncommon or pretentious voc…
a sentence containing one or more dependent clauses in additi…
two or more individual noun phrases coordinated to form a sin…
The noun or noun phrase that would be the object of an active…
Jargon
language that is characterized by uncommon or pretentious voc…
Complex sentence
a sentence containing one or more dependent clauses in additi…
75 terms
AP English IV Fall Final
Greek Theatre Unities
Greek Chorus
Parts of the Choral Ode
Stasimon
Time, Place, and Setting stated by Aristole
15-20 men, background info, represented the commoners,
Strophe - question... Antistrophe - answer ... epode - the end
episode when characters and Choral Ode interact
Greek Theatre Unities
Time, Place, and Setting stated by Aristole
Greek Chorus
15-20 men, background info, represented the commoners,
16 terms
AP English Fall Final Vocab
Equivocation
Invective
Dissipation
Rapturuous
The use of ambiguous language to conceal the truth or to avoi…
Insulting abusive or highly critical language
Overindulgence of money energy or resources
Characterized by feeling or expressing great pleasure or enth…
Equivocation
The use of ambiguous language to conceal the truth or to avoi…
Invective
Insulting abusive or highly critical language
133 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…
14 terms
ap english quiz 5 fall
metonymy
paradox
phrase
clause
A figure of speech in which something is referred to by using…
A statement or proposition that seems self-contradictory or a…
A group of words with a meaning; an expression
(grammar) an expression including a subject and predicate but…
metonymy
A figure of speech in which something is referred to by using…
paradox
A statement or proposition that seems self-contradictory or a…
44 terms
AP English III Fall Exam
non sequitur
false dilemma/either or fallacy
argument from analogy/false analogy
hasty generalization
a statement does not follow logically from another statement
when only two alternatives are given, forcing people to choose
comparison that explains something unfamiliar by comparing it…
jumping to a conclusion with little to no evidence
non sequitur
a statement does not follow logically from another statement
false dilemma/either or fallacy
when only two alternatives are given, forcing people to choose
77 terms
English III AP Fall Exam
Abstract Diction
Adverb
Allegory
Alliteration
Language that denotes ideas, emotions, conditions, or concept…
modifies a verb, an adjective, or another adverb
A fiction or nonfiction narrative, in which characters, thing…
The repetition of the same consonant sound, especially at the…
Abstract Diction
Language that denotes ideas, emotions, conditions, or concept…
Adverb
modifies a verb, an adjective, or another adverb
28 terms
AP English Fall Final Vocab
elicit
umbrage
provincial
hackneyed
(v.) to draw forth, bring out from some source (such as anoth…
(n.) shade cast by trees; foliage giving shade; an overshadow…
(adj.) pertaining to an outlying area; local; narrow in mind…
(adj.) used so often as to lack freshness or originality
elicit
(v.) to draw forth, bring out from some source (such as anoth…
umbrage
(n.) shade cast by trees; foliage giving shade; an overshadow…
52 terms
Fall Final Exam AP English
litigation
commute
surveillance
extradite
A lawsuit, or the act of carrying on a suit in a law court.
To change a heavy, severe punishment or obligation to a light…
A close watch or observation.
To get from or deliver to authorities of another state or cou…
litigation
A lawsuit, or the act of carrying on a suit in a law court.
commute
To change a heavy, severe punishment or obligation to a light…
103 terms
AP English 2015-2016 Fall Final
Shakespeare's plays printed initially on
In 1682, this playwright rewrote King…
Which movie also had a character gouge…
What author wrote a pamphlet that insp…
quartos & folios
Nahum Tate
Reservoir Dogs
Alexander Selkirk
Shakespeare's plays printed initially on
quartos & folios
In 1682, this playwright rewrote King…
Nahum Tate
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