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English Language and Composition #3
Claim
Grounds
Warrant
Backing
A statement that the speaker is asking the audience to accept…
Basis of real persuasion and the rest of the argument. The re…
Shows the relationship between the grounds and the claim, leg…
Gives answers to different questions and supports the warrant…
Claim
A statement that the speaker is asking the audience to accept…
Grounds
Basis of real persuasion and the rest of the argument. The re…
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English Language and Composition #2
Systematic
Intuitive
Enthymeme
Premise
Defined invention strategy... ex. John used a systematic approac…
Spontaneous invention ... ex. Skilled writers can be intuitive i…
Logical reasoning with one premise left unstated... ex. His enth…
An idea or concept... ex. The major premise is that all humans a…
Systematic
Defined invention strategy... ex. John used a systematic approac…
Intuitive
Spontaneous invention ... ex. Skilled writers can be intuitive i…
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AP English Language and Composition Vocabulary (Set 3)
Evince
Exculpate
Execrable
Exigent
(v.) to show, reveal (Christopher's hand-wringing and nail-bi…
(v.) to free from guilt or blame, exonerate (My discovery of…
(adj.) loathsome, detestable (Her pudding is so execrable tha…
(adj.) urgent, critical (The patient has an exigent need for…
Evince
(v.) to show, reveal (Christopher's hand-wringing and nail-bi…
Exculpate
(v.) to free from guilt or blame, exonerate (My discovery of…
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AP English Language and Composition Vocabulary (Set 2))
Concomitant
Conflagration
Contrite
Conundrum
(adj.) accompanying in a subordinate fashion (His dislike of…
(n.) great fire (The conflagration consumed the entire buildi…
(adj.) penitent, eager to be forgiven (Blake's contrite behav…
(n.) puzzle, problem (Interpreting Jane's behavior was a cons…
Concomitant
(adj.) accompanying in a subordinate fashion (His dislike of…
Conflagration
(n.) great fire (The conflagration consumed the entire buildi…
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AP English Language and Composition 3
figure of speech
generic conventions
genre
homily
A device used to produce figurative language.
This term describes traditions for each genre.
The major category into which a literary work fits.
This term literally means "sermon," but more informally, it c…
figure of speech
A device used to produce figurative language.
generic conventions
This term describes traditions for each genre.
27 terms
AP English 3 Language and Composition
Satirical
Simile
Ad hominem argument
Extended metaphor
containing or using satire.
a figure of speech involving the comparison of one thing with…
an argument attacking an individual's character rather than h…
An extended metaphor is when an author uses a metaphor, a com…
Satirical
containing or using satire.
Simile
a figure of speech involving the comparison of one thing with…
13 terms
AP English Language and Composition 2
clause
colloquial
coherence
conceit
A grammatical unit that contains both a subject and a verb.
The use of slang in speech or writing.
A principle demanding that the meaning of the whole piece be…
A fanciful expression
clause
A grammatical unit that contains both a subject and a verb.
colloquial
The use of slang in speech or writing.
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AP English Language and Composition 3
syntax
theme
thesis
tone
the way an author chooses to join words into phrases, clauses…
central idea or message of a work, the insight it offers into…
directly expresses the author's opinion, purpose, meaning, or…
similar to mood, tone describes the author's attitude toward…
syntax
the way an author chooses to join words into phrases, clauses…
theme
central idea or message of a work, the insight it offers into…
30 terms
AP English Language and Composition 3
Garish
Predilection
Proclivity
Paean
Gaunty; Too showy; Loud; Flashy; Glaring
A preconceived liking; A preference
A natural tendency; An inclination
A song or praise of triumph
Garish
Gaunty; Too showy; Loud; Flashy; Glaring
Predilection
A preconceived liking; A preference
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AP English 3 language and composition
satirical
simile
ad hominem argument
extended metephor
Satire is a technique employed by writers to expose and criti…
a figure of speech that makes a comparison, showing similarit…
means "against the man". As the name suggests, it is a litera…
is when an author uses a metaphor, a comparison between two u…
satirical
Satire is a technique employed by writers to expose and criti…
simile
a figure of speech that makes a comparison, showing similarit…
22 terms
Rhetorical Terms and Examples - AP English Language and Composition Part 2/3
Denotation
Diacope
Didactic
Enumeration
The strict, literal, dictionary definition of a word, devoid…
Repetition of a word or phrase after an intervening word or p…
derived from the Greek word which means means "teaching." The…
the listing or detailing of the... parts of something. Ex. "I lo…
Denotation
The strict, literal, dictionary definition of a word, devoid…
Diacope
Repetition of a word or phrase after an intervening word or p…
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Vocabulary #2 English Language and Composition
A cappella- ADJ
Bona fide- ADJ
Au courant- ADJ
Élan- NOUN
singing without instruments... Ex: The a cappella singers made i…
genuine, real... Ex: Only bona fide members of the club were al…
aware of what is going on; well informed... Ex: The au courant…
energy, style, and enthusiasm; joy... Ex: The invigorating musi…
A cappella- ADJ
singing without instruments... Ex: The a cappella singers made i…
Bona fide- ADJ
genuine, real... Ex: Only bona fide members of the club were al…
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AP English Language and Composition #2
Aphorism
Apostrophe
Asyndeton
Atmosphere
A statement of known authorship which expresses a general tru…
Figure of speech that directly addresses an absent person or…
Consists of omitting conjunctions between words
The emotional mood created by the entirety of a literary work
Aphorism
A statement of known authorship which expresses a general tru…
Apostrophe
Figure of speech that directly addresses an absent person or…
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AP English Language and Composition Vocab List 2
Antipathy; noun
Bellicose; adjective
Concise; adjective
Deplore; verb
Opposition in feeling, settled aversion or dislike, an object…
Favoring or inclined to start quarrels or wars. ... In "Reconstr…
Marked by brevity of expression or statement, free from all e…
To feel or express grief for, to regret strongly, to consider…
Antipathy; noun
Opposition in feeling, settled aversion or dislike, an object…
Bellicose; adjective
Favoring or inclined to start quarrels or wars. ... In "Reconstr…
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AP English Language and Composition Vocabulary 3
Pertinacious
Petulance
Pithy
Platitude
(adj.) stubbornly persistent (Harry's parents were frustrated…
(n.) rudeness, irritability (The nanny resigned after she cou…
(adj.) concisely meaningful (My father's long-winded explanat…
(n.) an uninspired remark, cliché (After reading over her pap…
Pertinacious
(adj.) stubbornly persistent (Harry's parents were frustrated…
Petulance
(n.) rudeness, irritability (The nanny resigned after she cou…
25 terms
AP English Language and Composition #2
What is Aristotle and classical model…
identify the elements in a classical m…
logical fallacy
ethical fallacy
-relies on ethos, pathos, and logos appeals ... -purpose to per…
introduction, state your case, ,proposition, refutation, subs…
simply a failure of logic; gaping holes or misleading leaps i…
detract from credibility of speaker/writer ... ex: ad hominem
What is Aristotle and classical model…
-relies on ethos, pathos, and logos appeals ... -purpose to per…
identify the elements in a classical m…
introduction, state your case, ,proposition, refutation, subs…
25 terms
AP English Language and Composition #2
What is Aristotle and classical model…
identify the elements in a classical m…
logical fallacy
ethical fallacy
-relies on ethos, pathos, and logos appeals ... -purpose to per…
introduction, state your case, ,proposition, refutation, subs…
simply a failure of logic; gaping holes or misleading leaps i…
detract from credibility of speaker/writer ... ex: ad hominem
What is Aristotle and classical model…
-relies on ethos, pathos, and logos appeals ... -purpose to per…
identify the elements in a classical m…
introduction, state your case, ,proposition, refutation, subs…
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English 2 The Language of Composition Quiz
Rhetoric
Rhetorical mode
Rhetorical Question
Rhetorical Triangle
study of effective, persuasive language; Aristotle's "availab…
pattern of organization used for a specific purpose: definiti…
question asked more to produce an effect than to summon an an…
diagram that represents a rhetorical situation: speaker + sub…
Rhetoric
study of effective, persuasive language; Aristotle's "availab…
Rhetorical mode
pattern of organization used for a specific purpose: definiti…
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AP English Language and Composition Vocabulary Set (Chapters 1/2/3)
Aristotelian triangle
audience
concession
connotation
- known as the rhetorical triangle... - like a slice of pizza th…
the listener, viewer, reader of a text
acknowledgement of the opposing argument that it may be true…
meanings or associations that readers have with a word beyond…
Aristotelian triangle
- known as the rhetorical triangle... - like a slice of pizza th…
audience
the listener, viewer, reader of a text
25 terms
AP English Language & Composition- Semester 2 Vocabulary, Set 3
equivocate
erudition
esoteric
espouse
to use lofty language
extensive knowledge; profound
confined to one circle; refined
to make one's own; adopt a clause
equivocate
to use lofty language
erudition
extensive knowledge; profound
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AP English Language and Composition Vocabulary Set (Chapters 1/2/3)
Aristotelian triangle
connotation
ethos
logos
- known as the rhetorical triangle... the text, with the three…
meanings or associations that readers have with a word beyond…
rhetorical appeals; creates a trust and reliability for the s…
rhetorical appeals; appeals to reason and facts and logic; ra…
Aristotelian triangle
- known as the rhetorical triangle... the text, with the three…
connotation
meanings or associations that readers have with a word beyond…
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AP English Language and Composition Vocabulary 2
Imperious
Impertinent
Impervious
Impetuous
(adj.) commanding, domineering (The imperious nature of your…
(adj.) rude, insolent (Most of your comments are so impertine…
(adj.) impenetrable, incapable of being affected (Because of…
(adj.) rash; hastily done (Hilda's hasty slaying of the king…
Imperious
(adj.) commanding, domineering (The imperious nature of your…
Impertinent
(adj.) rude, insolent (Most of your comments are so impertine…
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AP English Language and Composition Tone Quiz #3
Erudite
Moralistic
Irreverent
Lugubrious
Characterized by deep, wide learning
Narrow-minded concern for right and wrong
Lacking respect
Exaggeratedly mournful, dismal, gloomy
Erudite
Characterized by deep, wide learning
Moralistic
Narrow-minded concern for right and wrong
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Glossary of Terms -- AP English Language and Composition3
Oxymoron(n.)- A figure of speech where…
Paradox(n.)- A statement or propositio…
Parallelism(n.)- It refers to the gram…
Parody(n.)- As comedy, parody distorts…
Oxymoron
Paradox
Parallelism
Parody
Oxymoron(n.)- A figure of speech where…
Oxymoron
Paradox(n.)- A statement or propositio…
Paradox
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AP English 3 [Language and Composition Vocabulary]
Antecedent
Subject complement
Subordinate clause
Independent/Dependent clause
The word, phrase, or clause referred to by a pronoun.
The word (with any accompanying phrases) or clause that follo…
Like all clauses, this word group contains both a subject and…
In an independent clause the sentence stands alone (ex. I bro…
Antecedent
The word, phrase, or clause referred to by a pronoun.
Subject complement
The word (with any accompanying phrases) or clause that follo…
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Glossary of Terms -- AP English Language and Composition2
Epistrophe(n.)- The opposite of anapho…
Euphemism(n.)- A more agreeable or les…
Exposition(n.)-The purpose of expositi…
Extended metaphor(n.)- A metaphor deve…
Epistrophe
Euphemism
Exposition
Extended metaphor
Epistrophe(n.)- The opposite of anapho…
Epistrophe
Euphemism(n.)- A more agreeable or les…
Euphemism
Set #3 - AP English Language & Composition Jargon
ad populum
asyndeton
compound sentence
cumulative sentence
This is an emotional appeal that speaks to positive or negati…
The deliberate omission of conjunctions from a series of rela…
Two or more independent clauses combined with a semicolon or…
A sentence in which the main independent clause is elaborated…
ad populum
This is an emotional appeal that speaks to positive or negati…
asyndeton
The deliberate omission of conjunctions from a series of rela…
20 terms
AP English Language and Composition Tone Quiz #2
Didactic
Diffident
Disdainful
Disgusted
Instructive, sometimes boringly so
Timid; shy
Feeling or expressing a sense of aloof contempt
Feeling deep aversion, dislike, repugnance
Didactic
Instructive, sometimes boringly so
Diffident
Timid; shy
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AP English Language and Composition - Chapter 3 Terms
ad hominem
ad populum
appeal to the false authority
argument
"to the man" this fallacy refers to the specific diversionary…
this fallacy occurs when evidence boils down to "everyone's d…
this fallacy occurs when someone who has no expertise on an i…
a process of reasoned inquiry; a persuasive discourse resulti…
ad hominem
"to the man" this fallacy refers to the specific diversionary…
ad populum
this fallacy occurs when evidence boils down to "everyone's d…
15 terms
AP English Language and Composition Vocab List 2
Antipathy; noun
Bellicose; adjective
Concise; adjective
Deplore; verb
Opposition in feeling, settled aversion or dislike, an object…
Favoring or inclined to start quarrels or wars. ... In "Reconstr…
Marked by brevity of expression or statement, free from all e…
To feel or express grief for, to regret strongly, to consider…
Antipathy; noun
Opposition in feeling, settled aversion or dislike, an object…
Bellicose; adjective
Favoring or inclined to start quarrels or wars. ... In "Reconstr…
15 terms
Chapter 2 Language of Composition
Close reading
Style
Diction
Syntax
a process of focusing attention on themes and techniques used…
the distinctive quality of speech or writing created by the s…
choice of words
arrangement of words in sentences
Close reading
a process of focusing attention on themes and techniques used…
Style
the distinctive quality of speech or writing created by the s…
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AP ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND COMPOSITION WEEK 3
Appease
Abate
Prudence
Abhor
To bring to a state of peace or quiet, soothe
To lessen or reduce in force or intensity
Exercise of good and cautious judgement
To regard with disgust
Appease
To bring to a state of peace or quiet, soothe
Abate
To lessen or reduce in force or intensity
29 terms
AP English Language & Composition: Vocabulary Quiz #3
Abstract Language
Allusion
Annotation
Aphorism
Language describing ideas and qualities as opposed to specifi…
A direct or indirect reference to something which is presumab…
Notes or comments included beside or below a piece of literat…
A terse statement of known authorship, which expresses a gene…
Abstract Language
Language describing ideas and qualities as opposed to specifi…
Allusion
A direct or indirect reference to something which is presumab…
33 terms
AP English Language and Composition Terms | 2
Hyperbole
Imagery
Inductive reasoning
Inference
overstatement using exaggerated language
use of figurative language to evoke a feeling/idea, describe…
argument in which general conclusions are drawn from specific…
conclusion or proposition arrived at by considering fact/obse…
Hyperbole
overstatement using exaggerated language
Imagery
use of figurative language to evoke a feeling/idea, describe…
20 terms
AP English Language and Composition: Vocabulary Unit 3
cavort
articulate
credence
decry
to romp or prance around exuberantly; to make merry
to pronounce distinctly
belief, mental acceptance
to condemn, express strong disapproval; to officially depreci…
cavort
to romp or prance around exuberantly; to make merry
articulate
to pronounce distinctly
50 terms
AP English Language and Composition
Allegory
Antecedent
Antithesis
Aphorism
The device of using character and/or story elements symbolica…
Word, phrase, or clause referred to by a pronoun.
Opposition or contrast of ideas through parallelism.
Terse statement of unknown authorship which expresses a gener…
Allegory
The device of using character and/or story elements symbolica…
Antecedent
Word, phrase, or clause referred to by a pronoun.
22 terms
AP English Language and Composition Unit 3
asperity
atrophy
bombast
bumptious
harshness of tone or manner; harsh qualities or conditions; a…
(of body tissue or an organ) waste away, typically due to the…
high-sounding language with little meaning, used to impress p…
self-assertive or proud to an irritating degree
asperity
harshness of tone or manner; harsh qualities or conditions; a…
atrophy
(of body tissue or an organ) waste away, typically due to the…
32 terms
Terms - AP English Language and Composition Part 2
Mood
Narrative
Onomatopoeia
Oxymoron
The prevailing atmosphere or emotional aura of a work. Settin…
The telling of a story or an account of an event or series of…
A figure of speech in which natural sounds are imitated in th…
From the Greek for "pointedly foolish," an oxymoron is a figu…
Mood
The prevailing atmosphere or emotional aura of a work. Settin…
Narrative
The telling of a story or an account of an event or series of…
14 terms
AP English Language and Composition Vocab 3
Inference
Invective
Irony
Juxtaposition
To draw a reasonable conclusion from the information presented.
an emotionally violent, verbal denunciation or attack using s…
The contrast between what is stated explicitly and what is re…
When two words, phrases, images, ideas are placed close toget…
Inference
To draw a reasonable conclusion from the information presented.
Invective
an emotionally violent, verbal denunciation or attack using s…
Set 2 - AP English Language & Composition Jargon
anaphora
apostrophe
chiasmus
damning with faint praise
The repetition of words or phrases at the beginning of consec…
A figure of speech in which one directly addresses an absent…
A statement consisting of two parallel parts in which the sec…
Intentional use of a positive statement that has a negative i…
anaphora
The repetition of words or phrases at the beginning of consec…
apostrophe
A figure of speech in which one directly addresses an absent…
36 terms
Glossary of Rhetorical Terms - AP English Language and Composition Test #1-2
Allegory
Alliteration
Allusion
Ambiguity
The device of using character and/or story elements symbolica…
The repetition of sounds, especially initial consonant sounds…
A direct or indirect reference to something which is presumab…
The multiple meanings, either intentional or unintentional, o…
Allegory
The device of using character and/or story elements symbolica…
Alliteration
The repetition of sounds, especially initial consonant sounds…
15 terms
AP English Language and Composition Vocab List 3
Akin
Corroborate
Inexorable
Insipid
(adj.) related by blood; having similar qualities or character
(v.) to confirm, make more certain, bolster, substantiate, ve…
(adj.) inflexible, beyond influence; relentless, unyielding
(adj.) dull, boring, lacking enthusiasm
Akin
(adj.) related by blood; having similar qualities or character
Corroborate
(v.) to confirm, make more certain, bolster, substantiate, ve…
40 terms
AP English Language of Composition Chapters 1-3
Rhetoric
Context
Purpose
Assertion
The study of effective, persuasive language use; according to…
the occasion or the time and place it was written or spoken
a goal that the speaker or writer wants to acheive
Clear focused statement
Rhetoric
The study of effective, persuasive language use; according to…
Context
the occasion or the time and place it was written or spoken
14 terms
AP English Language and Composition Vocabulary Set 3
juxtaposition
imperative sentence
logos
metonymy
a literary technique in which 2 or more ideas, places, charac…
a type of sentence that gives advice or instructions or that…
a statement, sentence or argument used to convince or persuad…
a figure of speech that replaces the name of a thing with the…
juxtaposition
a literary technique in which 2 or more ideas, places, charac…
imperative sentence
a type of sentence that gives advice or instructions or that…
10 terms
AP English Language and Composition (Fox, List 2)
Apostrophe
Atmosphere
Clause
Colloquial/Colloquialism
A figure of speech that directly addresses an absent or imagi…
the dominant mood or emotional tone of a work of art, as of a…
a syntactic construction containing a subject and predicate a…
The use of slang or informalities in speech or writing.
Apostrophe
A figure of speech that directly addresses an absent or imagi…
Atmosphere
the dominant mood or emotional tone of a work of art, as of a…
108 terms
AP English 3 - Language of Composition Glossary
alliteration
allusion
analogy
anaphora
The repetition of the same sound or letter at the beginning o…
An indirect reference, often to another text or an historic e…
An extended comparison between two seemingly dissimilar things.
The repetition of words at the beginning of successive clauses.
alliteration
The repetition of the same sound or letter at the beginning o…
allusion
An indirect reference, often to another text or an historic e…
20 terms
AP English Language and Composition (11) Glossary (#3)
Irony
Logic
Logical Fallacy
Metaphor
an unexpected twist or contrast between what happens and what…
the process of reasoning.
a mistake in reasoning.
a direct comparison between dissimilar things.
Irony
an unexpected twist or contrast between what happens and what…
Logic
the process of reasoning.
9 terms
AP English Language and Composition: Vocabulary Words 2
abate
aberrant
abscond
approbation
to decrease; reduce
deviating from what is normal
to depart secretly and hide
approval;praise
abate
to decrease; reduce
aberrant
deviating from what is normal
13 terms
AP ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND COMPOSITION WEEK 2 VOCABULARY
Apprehension
Copious
Gratify
Clamor
Fear of what may happen in the future, anxiety
Large in quantity, plentiful
To satisfy or indulge
Confused, insistent shouting
Apprehension
Fear of what may happen in the future, anxiety
Copious
Large in quantity, plentiful
108 terms
AP English Language and Composition Semester 2 Vocabulary
Abstract
Agenda
Allegory
Ambiguity
adj. Not empirically verifiable. Abstract concepts include hu…
n. An underlying purpose behind an action or piece of writing.
n. An extended metaphor in which specific people, things, or…
n. An unclear or indefinite expression. Ambiguity can be a de…
Abstract
adj. Not empirically verifiable. Abstract concepts include hu…
Agenda
n. An underlying purpose behind an action or piece of writing.
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