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MODES English11AP
Description: ways to describe, key ele…
Narration: prewriting questions
Comparison/Contrast: definition, ways…
Division/Classification: differences,…
Objective: Precise factual description, emotionless: scientif…
Time line, chronologically? Main themes / audience Appeal?
-compare and contrast allows us to understand one subject by…
-Division: general concept and breaks up into subdivisions... -C…
Description: ways to describe, key ele…
Objective: Precise factual description, emotionless: scientif…
Narration: prewriting questions
Time line, chronologically? Main themes / audience Appeal?
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English 11AP Vocab Unit 9
ambiguous
banal
contract
diligence
unclear or doubtful in meaning-adj.
hackneyed; commonplace; trite; stale; overdone-adj.
compress or shrink; make a pledge; catch a disease-verb
steadiness of effort; persistent hard work-noun
ambiguous
unclear or doubtful in meaning-adj.
banal
hackneyed; commonplace; trite; stale; overdone-adj.
15 terms
English 11AP Vocab Unit 3
accolade
apprehension
cajole
daunt
award of merit-noun
fear; discernment; capture-noun
coax; wheedle-verb
intimidate; frighten-verb
accolade
award of merit-noun
apprehension
fear; discernment; capture-noun
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English 11AP Vocab Unit 10
ameliorate
belie
conviction
discredit
improve; make more satisfactory-verb
contradict; give a false impression-verb
strongly held belief-noun
defame; destroy confidence in; disbelieve-verb
ameliorate
improve; make more satisfactory-verb
belie
contradict; give a false impression-verb
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English 11AP Vocab Unit 7
Aesthetic
Authentic
Confound
Despot
Adj; artistic, dealing with or capable of appreciation of the…
Adj; genuine
V; confuse, puzzle
N; tyrant, harsh, authoritarian ruler
Aesthetic
Adj; artistic, dealing with or capable of appreciation of the…
Authentic
Adj; genuine
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English 11AP Vocab Unit 2
abridge
antidote
buttress
curtail
condense or shorten (writing)-verb
medicine to counteract a poison or disease-noun
support; prop up-verb
shorten; reduce-verb
abridge
condense or shorten (writing)-verb
antidote
medicine to counteract a poison or disease-noun
15 terms
English 11AP Vocab Unit 8
aloof
autonomous
conscientious
diffuse
apart; reserved; standoffish-adj.
self-governing-adj.
scrupulous; careful-adj.
wordy; rambling; spread out-adj.
aloof
apart; reserved; standoffish-adj.
autonomous
self-governing-adj.
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Academic English 11AP
Intrepid (adj.)
Venerable (adj.)
Querulous (adj.)
Sagacity (n.)
Bold or fearless
Respective because of age or impressive dignity
Complaining, irritable... syn. petulant, carping
Wisdom, foresight, discernment, keen perception; ability to m…
Intrepid (adj.)
Bold or fearless
Venerable (adj.)
Respective because of age or impressive dignity
23 terms
English Grammar 11AP
Clause
Independent clause
Dependent clause
Loose sentence
Sentence containing subject and a verb
Expresses complete thought and can stand alone as a sentence
(Subordinate) can not stand alone
I.C. comes before D.C. creating a conversational, relaxed tone
Clause
Sentence containing subject and a verb
Independent clause
Expresses complete thought and can stand alone as a sentence
58 terms
English 11AP Vocab. #1
approbation
assuage
coalition
decadency
an expression of approval or praise
to make something unpleasant less severe
a combination, union, or merger for some specific purpose
the state of being degenerate in mental or moral qualities
approbation
an expression of approval or praise
assuage
to make something unpleasant less severe
English 11AP Unit 1
aberrant
animosity
biased
corroborate
adj; abnormal or deviant; The child's aberrant nature confoun…
n; active enmity; The girl displayed obvious animosity toward…
adj; slanted, prejudiced; Jury members cannot be unfairly bia…
v; confirm, support; He asked his friend to corroborate his s…
aberrant
adj; abnormal or deviant; The child's aberrant nature confoun…
animosity
n; active enmity; The girl displayed obvious animosity toward…
English 11AP 1
Juxtapose
Acquiesce
Denigrate
Abrdige
To place close together or side by side especially for compar…
To agree without protesting
To belittle diminish the opinion of
Shorten or to cut down
Juxtapose
To place close together or side by side especially for compar…
Acquiesce
To agree without protesting
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11AP English Summer Vocab
Adonis
Aegis
Amazon
Ambrosial
Very handsome young man (from Adonis, handsome youth loved by…
Shield or protection; auspices; sponsorship (from aegis, prot…
Tall, strong, bold woman (from the Amazons, mythological race…
Exceptionally pleasing to taste or smell; extremely delicious…
Adonis
Very handsome young man (from Adonis, handsome youth loved by…
Aegis
Shield or protection; auspices; sponsorship (from aegis, prot…
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English 11AP Literary Terms
Allusion
Analogy
Anaphora
Antithesis
Unacknowledged reference and quotes; author assumes reader wi…
Literal comparison between two items, situations, or ideas; i…
Repetition of words or phrases at the beginning of verbs, cla…
Figure of speech characterized by contrasting words, clauses,…
Allusion
Unacknowledged reference and quotes; author assumes reader wi…
Analogy
Literal comparison between two items, situations, or ideas; i…
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Unit 8- English 11AP
bell
am/im
phan
bellicose
war
love or friendship
to appear or seem
warlike aggressive and quarrelsome
bell
war
am/im
love or friendship
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English 11AP: Vocab. #1
approbation
assuage
coalition
decadence
the expression of approval or favorable opinion, praise; offi…
to make easier or milder, relieve; to quiet, calm; to put an…
a combination, union, or merger for some specific purpose
decline, decay, or deterioration; a condition o period of dec…
approbation
the expression of approval or favorable opinion, praise; offi…
assuage
to make easier or milder, relieve; to quiet, calm; to put an…
26 terms
English 11AP Vocab
Sycophant
Pernicious
Ubiquitous
Non sequitur
Someone who uses flattery to try to get what he/she wants fro…
Intending to cause harm
Appearing everywhere
A statement that does not logically follow a conversation's f…
Sycophant
Someone who uses flattery to try to get what he/she wants fro…
Pernicious
Intending to cause harm
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English 11AP unit 2
Abridge
Antidote
Buttress
Curtail
Verb-... Condense or shorten
Noun-... Medicine to counteract a poison or disease
Verb- ... Support; prop up
Verb-... Shorten or reduce
Abridge
Verb-... Condense or shorten
Antidote
Noun-... Medicine to counteract a poison or disease
English 11AP Vocab. #1
approbation
assuage
coalition
decadency
an expression of approval or praise
to make something unpleasant less severe
a combination, union, or merger for some specific purpose
the state of being degenerate in mental or moral qualities
approbation
an expression of approval or praise
assuage
to make something unpleasant less severe
21 terms
English 11AP Final
Appositive Syntax
Parallel Syntax
Parallel Syntax with anaphora
Balanced Sentences
Inserts context with dashes or commas
Same grammatical form & function
The repetition of words or phrases at the beginning of parall…
Using a comma or semicolon for a pause in the sentence keepin…
Appositive Syntax
Inserts context with dashes or commas
Parallel Syntax
Same grammatical form & function
12 terms
English 11AP: Logical Fallacies
Slippery Slope
Hasty Generalization
Post hoc ergo propter hoc
Genetic Fallacy
• conclusion based on the premise that if A happens, then eve…
• conclusion based on insufficient or biased evidence... • you a…
• conclusion that assumes that if 'A' occurred after 'B' then…
• conclusion based on an argument that the origins of a perso…
Slippery Slope
• conclusion based on the premise that if A happens, then eve…
Hasty Generalization
• conclusion based on insufficient or biased evidence... • you a…
English 11AP List 1
Allegory
Alliteration
Allusion
Anaphora
A narrative in which the characters, behavior, and even the s…
The sequential repetition of a similar initial sound, usually…
A literary, historical, religious, or mythological reference.
The regular repetition of the same words or phrases at the be…
Allegory
A narrative in which the characters, behavior, and even the s…
Alliteration
The sequential repetition of a similar initial sound, usually…
Vocab 1 English 11AP
Bombastic
Colloquial
Connotative
Denotative
High sounding but with little meaning
Used in ordinary or familiar conversation; informal
Signifying a secondary meaning to the primary meaning suggested
Dictionary definition
Bombastic
High sounding but with little meaning
Colloquial
Used in ordinary or familiar conversation; informal
Vocab 2 English 11AP
Apathetic
Audacious
Benevolent
Caustic
showing or feeling no interest/enthusiasm/concern
willingness to take bold risks
good will
Figurative:... sarcastic in a scathing and bitter way... Literal:... s…
Apathetic
showing or feeling no interest/enthusiasm/concern
Audacious
willingness to take bold risks
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11Ap English Vocab 4
bumptious
cite
consonant
gibe
(adj) conceited and arrogant; crudely and unpleasantly forwar…
(v) to quote; to mention by way of example or proof; to comme…
(adj) in agreement, accord, harmony; (n) any letter of the al…
(v) to make mocking remarks; to jeer; to scoff at; (n) a deri…
bumptious
(adj) conceited and arrogant; crudely and unpleasantly forwar…
cite
(v) to quote; to mention by way of example or proof; to comme…
20 terms
English 11AP Vocab 3
anagram
assertion
coherent
fulminate
n. a word or phrase formed another word or phrase by changing…
n. the act of declaring something; a claim or declaration sta…
adj. logically connected; consistent; clearly expressed
v. to talk or argue violently and loudly; to denounce; to exp…
anagram
n. a word or phrase formed another word or phrase by changing…
assertion
n. the act of declaring something; a claim or declaration sta…
20 terms
Maley 11ap English
abridge
emendation
finality
garrulous
(v) to shorten the number of words; to condense
(n) a correction; a change in a written text
(n) the quality or condition of being complete or settled; co…
(adj) talking too much, especially about unimportant things
abridge
(v) to shorten the number of words; to condense
emendation
(n) a correction; a change in a written text
60 terms
English 11AP Vocab
Abstract
Understatement
Rhetorical Question
Verse
A summary of a longer work of research or scholarship... (An ab…
A restrained statement that departs from what could be said,…
A question to which the audience knows the answer, asked for…
Poetry, a line or group of lines in a poem
Abstract
A summary of a longer work of research or scholarship... (An ab…
Understatement
A restrained statement that departs from what could be said,…
15 terms
11AP English Vocab #3
Ascribe (v.)
Somnolent (adj.)
Grandiloquence (n.)
Rhapsodize (v.)
To assign, credit, attribute to
Sleepy, drowsy
Lofty, pompous language
To engage in excessive enthusiasm
Ascribe (v.)
To assign, credit, attribute to
Somnolent (adj.)
Sleepy, drowsy
English 11Ap unit 10
Ameliorate
Belie
Conviction
Discredit
Verb. To make or become better, more bearable.... By tunning her…
Verb. To show to be false to contradict.... In math class the te…
Noun. A fixed or firm belief.... She is convicted that she is ri…
Verb. To injure the reputation of something or one.... Lying ten…
Ameliorate
Verb. To make or become better, more bearable.... By tunning her…
Belie
Verb. To show to be false to contradict.... In math class the te…
English 11AP Unit 10
Ameliorate
Belie
Conviction
Discredit
Improve; make more satisfactory
Contradict; give false impression
Strongly held belief
Destroy confidence; defame
Ameliorate
Improve; make more satisfactory
Belie
Contradict; give false impression
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11AP English vocabulary
approbation
assuage
coalition
decadency
approval and praise
(v.) to make easier or milder, relieve; to quiet, calm; to pu…
(n.) a combination, union, or merger for some specific purpose
moral or cultural decline as characterized by excessive indul…
approbation
approval and praise
assuage
(v.) to make easier or milder, relieve; to quiet, calm; to pu…
102 terms
11AP English Vocab Terms
Image
Coherence
Antithesis
Voice
a word or phrase in a literary that appeals directly to the r…
refers to a characteristic of writing where all the ideas flo…
a rhetorical device in which two opposite ideas are put toget…
the author's style that characterizes the author's attitude,…
Image
a word or phrase in a literary that appeals directly to the r…
Coherence
refers to a characteristic of writing where all the ideas flo…
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English 11AP Unit 3 Vocab
Accolade
Apprehension
Cajole
Daunt
N... Award of merit... The Nobel Prize is one of the highest accola…
N... Fear; discernment; capture... His apprehension of speaking in…
V... Coax; wheedle... The class cajoled the teacher into extending…
V... Intimidiate; frighten... The teacher daunted all of her studen…
Accolade
N... Award of merit... The Nobel Prize is one of the highest accola…
Apprehension
N... Fear; discernment; capture... His apprehension of speaking in…
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11AP English Vocab
juxtapose
acquiesce
denigrate
abridge
verb. to place close together or side by side, especially for…
verb. to agree without protest
verb. to belittle, diminish the opinion of
verb. to cut down, shorten
juxtapose
verb. to place close together or side by side, especially for…
acquiesce
verb. to agree without protest
15 terms
11AP English Unit 1
Aberrant
Animosity
Biased
Corroborate
abnormal or deviant
active enmity
prejudiced
to support with evidence
Aberrant
abnormal or deviant
Animosity
active enmity
61 terms
11AP English Vocab
alliteration
anaphora
anthropomorphic
ballad
repeating consonant sounds at the beginning of words
repetition of a word or words at the beginning of successive…
attribution of human characteristics and purposes to animals
narrative poem that tells a story;... originally meant to be sun…
alliteration
repeating consonant sounds at the beginning of words
anaphora
repetition of a word or words at the beginning of successive…
61 terms
11AP ENGLISH VOCAB
prefidious(adj)... her prefidious account…
Burlesque... The book Animal Farm id a bu…
Anticlimax
pretentious (adj)... Person would say "i…
tending to betray. not true to duty or obligation
Literary or dramatic work that seeks to ridicule, exaggeratio…
A suden drop from the dignified ir important in thought or ex…
attempting to impress by affecting greater importance, talent…
prefidious(adj)... her prefidious account…
tending to betray. not true to duty or obligation
Burlesque... The book Animal Farm id a bu…
Literary or dramatic work that seeks to ridicule, exaggeratio…
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11AP English Vocab Terms
Image
Coherence
Antithesis
Voice
a word or phrase in a literary that appeals directly to the r…
refers to a characteristic of writing where all the ideas flo…
a rhetorical device in which two opposite ideas are put toget…
the author's style that characterizes the author's attitude,…
Image
a word or phrase in a literary that appeals directly to the r…
Coherence
refers to a characteristic of writing where all the ideas flo…
28 terms
11ap english vocab
Allegory
Allegory Example
Alliteration
Alliteration example
Using characters or story elements to symbolize an abstractio…
...
The repetition of sounds, especially initial consonant sounds…
She Sells Sea Shells
Allegory
Using characters or story elements to symbolize an abstractio…
Allegory Example
...
15 terms
English 11AP Vocab Unit 4
Acquiesce
Ascendancy
Candor
Defiance
V... Assent; agree without protesting... Unlike most kids who asked…
N... Controlling influence... The dictator's ascendancy over his pe…
N... Frankness... His candor responses to his friend sometimes come…
N... Refusal to yield; resistance... Defiance to adults is said to…
Acquiesce
V... Assent; agree without protesting... Unlike most kids who asked…
Ascendancy
N... Controlling influence... The dictator's ascendancy over his pe…
15 terms
English 11AP Unit 10 Vocab
Ameliorate
Belie
Conviction
Discredit
v... improve; to make more satisfactory... He ameliorated his physi…
v... contradict; give a false impression... He should definitely no…
n... strongly held belief... He should not let his own convictions…
v... defame; destroy confidence in; disbelieve... His poor answers…
Ameliorate
v... improve; to make more satisfactory... He ameliorated his physi…
Belie
v... contradict; give a false impression... He should definitely no…
17 terms
English 11AP test 2
Denotation
Diascope
Didactic
Enumeratio
Literal meaning
Repetition of a word or phrase after an intervening word or p…
Teaching, teaching a lesson
Figure of amplification in which a subject is divided into co…
Denotation
Literal meaning
Diascope
Repetition of a word or phrase after an intervening word or p…
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English 11AP Final Vocab
celerity
halcyon
histrionic
encomium
(n.) swiftness, rapidity of motion or action
(n.) legendary bird identified with the kingfisher; (adj.) of…
(adj.) pertaining to actors and their techniques; theatrical,…
(n.) a formal expression of praise. a lavish tribute
celerity
(n.) swiftness, rapidity of motion or action
halcyon
(n.) legendary bird identified with the kingfisher; (adj.) of…
15 terms
English 11AP Unit 8 Vocab
Aloof
Autonomous
Conscientious
Diffuse
Adj... Apart; reserved; standoffish... His mind was aloof and not w…
Adj... Self-governing... Teenagers often become more autonomous as…
Adj... Scrupulous; careful... The valedictorian was always conscien…
Adj... Wordy; rambling; spread out... His argument was very weak an…
Aloof
Adj... Apart; reserved; standoffish... His mind was aloof and not w…
Autonomous
Adj... Self-governing... Teenagers often become more autonomous as…
15 terms
English 11AP Unit 6 Vocab
Adverse
Astute
Clamor
Delineate
Adj... Unfavorable; hostile... The distractions were having an adve…
Adj... Wise; shrewd... Our shrewd guidance counselors offer us good…
N... Noise... The excitement among all the kids caused a clamor.
V... Portray; depict; sketch... She delineated the suspect as best…
Adverse
Adj... Unfavorable; hostile... The distractions were having an adve…
Astute
Adj... Wise; shrewd... Our shrewd guidance counselors offer us good…
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English 11AP test 3
Inference
Invective
Irony
Juxtaposition
To draw a reasonable conclusion from the information presented
An emotionally violent verbal denunciation or attach using st…
Contrast between what is stated explicitly and what is really…
Two words,phrases,images,ideas placed close together or side…
Inference
To draw a reasonable conclusion from the information presented
Invective
An emotionally violent verbal denunciation or attach using st…
15 terms
English 11AP Unit 5 Vocab
Acute
Aspire
Chronicle
Degrade
Adj... Quickly perceptive; keen; brief and severe... Musicians tend…
V... Seek to attain; long for... The many kids applying to medical…
V... Report; record... His job was to chronicle what happened at ev…
V ... Lower in rank or dignity; debase... The signs for segregation…
Acute
Adj... Quickly perceptive; keen; brief and severe... Musicians tend…
Aspire
V... Seek to attain; long for... The many kids applying to medical…
English 11ap vocab 2
Chiasmus
Chiasmus
Christ archetype
Christ archetype
rhetorical device when two or more clauses are balanced again…
Never let a fool kiss you or kiss fool you
Archetype referencing to the concept of Christ
Jim Casey represents Christ in grapes of wrath
Chiasmus
rhetorical device when two or more clauses are balanced again…
Chiasmus
Never let a fool kiss you or kiss fool you
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English 11AP vocab 27
Accrue
Perpendicular
Exemplar
Dire
To accumulate over time
Upright or vertical; being at right angles to the and of the…
A model or original; an example
Disastrous; desperate
Accrue
To accumulate over time
Perpendicular
Upright or vertical; being at right angles to the and of the…
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