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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 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 #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 #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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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…
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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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 #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 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…
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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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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
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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
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…
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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…
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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…
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AP English Language & Composition: Vocabulary Quiz #2
Alliteration
Anecdote
Antecedent
Authority
The repetition of sounds, especially initial consonant sounds…
A brief recounting of a relevant story. These are usually ins…
The word, phrase, or clause referred to by a pronoun.
Also called "ethos". when a writer uses the influence of an a…
Alliteration
The repetition of sounds, especially initial consonant sounds…
Anecdote
A brief recounting of a relevant story. These are usually ins…
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TERMS- AP English Language and Composition 2
denotation
diction
didactic
euphemism
the strict, literal, dictionary definition; devoid of any emo…
writer's word choice
means "teaching"; teaching or instructing moral or ethical pr…
means "good speech"; more agreeable or less offensive substit…
denotation
the strict, literal, dictionary definition; devoid of any emo…
diction
writer's word choice
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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
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AP English Language and Composition Vocabulary 2
(greek) -onym (example: pseudonym, syn…
(greek) troph- (example: dystrophy, tr…
(greek) phil- (example: philosophy, pe…
(greek) aesth- or aesthet- (example: a…
word or name
feed, grow, nutritive, one who feeds
love, friendship
feeling, perception, sensation
(greek) -onym (example: pseudonym, syn…
word or name
(greek) troph- (example: dystrophy, tr…
feed, grow, nutritive, one who feeds
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AP English Language and Composition Chapter 2
alliteration
allusion
anaphora
antimetabole
Repetition of the same sound beginning several words or sylla…
Brief reference to a person, event, or place (real or fictiti…
Repetition of a word or phrase at the beginning of successive…
Repetition of words in reverse order.
alliteration
Repetition of the same sound beginning several words or sylla…
allusion
Brief reference to a person, event, or place (real or fictiti…
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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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AP English Language and Composition Vocabulary Set 2
claim
counterargument
cumulative sentence
concession
a statement essentially arguable but used as a primary point…
a viewpoint that opposes your main argument and is used to se…
a loose sentence that starts with an independent clause (or m…
used in argumentative writing, involving when one acknowledge…
claim
a statement essentially arguable but used as a primary point…
counterargument
a viewpoint that opposes your main argument and is used to se…
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AP English Language and Composition : Unit 2 Vocabulary
Ameliorate
Aplomb
Bombastic
Callow
(v.) to improve, make better, correct a flaw or shortcoming
(n.) poise, assurance, great self-confidence; perpendicularity
(adj.) pompous or overblown in language; full of high-soundin…
(adj.) without feathers; without experience; immature, not fu…
Ameliorate
(v.) to improve, make better, correct a flaw or shortcoming
Aplomb
(n.) poise, assurance, great self-confidence; perpendicularity
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AP English Language and Composition Vocab 2
Denotation
Diacope
Diction
Didactic (dahy-dak-tik)
The strict, literal, dictionary definition of a word, devoid…
repetition of a word or phrase after an intervening word or p…
Related to style, this refers to the writer's word choices, e…
These works have the primary aim of teaching or instructing,…
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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AP English Language and Composition (11) Glossary (#2)
Denotation
Dialect
Diction
Didactic
the literal or dictionary meaning of a word.
the re-creation of regional spoken language.
word choice; the author's choice of words that creates tone,…
writing whose purpose is to instruct or to teach.
Denotation
the literal or dictionary meaning of a word.
Dialect
the re-creation of regional spoken language.
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AP English Language and Composition Vocab 2 Words
Motif
Juxtaposition
Sarcasm
Burlesque
A reappearing theme in a work or style
side-by-side contrast
the use of irony to mock or convey contempt
a funny exaggeration of something or someone
Motif
A reappearing theme in a work or style
Juxtaposition
side-by-side contrast
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AP English Language and Composition: Vocabulary Unit 2
accost
animadversion
avid
brackish
to approach and speak first; to confront in a challenging or…
a comment indicating strong criticism or disapproval
desirous of something to the point of greed; intensely eager
having a salty taste and unpleasant to drink
accost
to approach and speak first; to confront in a challenging or…
animadversion
a comment indicating strong criticism or disapproval
Ap English Language and Composition Terms 2
Didactic
Dialect
Digression from topic
Discourse
Literature designed explicitly to instruct. Teaching or inten…
The way we speak. A regional or social variety of language di…
A temporary departure from one subject to another more or les…
Communication of thought by words; talk; earnest and intellig…
Didactic
Literature designed explicitly to instruct. Teaching or inten…
Dialect
The way we speak. A regional or social variety of language di…
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AP English Language and Composition Terms (Part 2)
connotation
denotation
diction
didactic
The non-literal, associative meaning of a word; he implied, s…
The strict, literal, dictionary definition of a word, devoid…
Related to style, referred to the writer's word choices, espe…
From the Greek, this term literally means "teaching." This te…
connotation
The non-literal, associative meaning of a word; he implied, s…
denotation
The strict, literal, dictionary definition of a word, devoid…
20 terms
AP English Language and Composition: Unit 2 Vocabulary
Accost
Animadverison
Avid
Brackish
v. to approach and speak first; to confront in a challenging…
n. a comment indicating strong criticism or disapproval
adj. desirous of something to the point of greed; intensely e…
adj. having a salty taste and unpleasant to drink, saline
Accost
v. to approach and speak first; to confront in a challenging…
Animadverison
n. a comment indicating strong criticism or disapproval
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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…
20 terms
AP English Language and Composition; Chapter 2
Alliteration
Allusion
Anaphora
Antimetabole
Repetition of the sound beginning several words in sequence.
Brief reference to a person, event or place, real or fictitio…
Repetition of a word or phrase at the beginning of successive…
Repetition of a words in reverse order.
Alliteration
Repetition of the sound beginning several words in sequence.
Allusion
Brief reference to a person, event or place, real or fictitio…
13 terms
Glossary of Terms #2: AP English Language and Composition
denotation
diction
didactic
euphemism
The strict, literal, dictionary definition of a word, devoid…
Related to style, diction refers to the writer's word choices…
From the Greek, didactic literally means "teaching." Didactic…
From the Greek for "good speech," euphemisms are a more agree…
denotation
The strict, literal, dictionary definition of a word, devoid…
diction
Related to style, diction refers to the writer's word choices…
33 terms
AP English Language and Composition part 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 facts/obs…
Hyperbole
Overstatement using exaggerated language
Imagery
Use of figurative language to evoke a feeling/idea, describe…
29 terms
AP English Language and Composition Quiz 2
Authority/Ethos
Causal relationship
Non-Sequitor
Red Herring
Using the influence of an accepted authority to strengthen an…
When the writer proves that one thing causes another as part…
A statement that is not logically connected to each other; ra…
When a writer raises an irrelevant issue to draw attention fr…
Authority/Ethos
Using the influence of an accepted authority to strengthen an…
Causal relationship
When the writer proves that one thing causes another as part…
20 terms
AP English and Language Composition chapter 2 vocabulary
Alliteration
Allusion
Anaphora
Antimetabole
Repetition of the same sound
Brief reference to a person, place, event, etc.
Repetition of a word or phrase at the beginnings of lines, se…
Repetition of words in reverse order.
Alliteration
Repetition of the same sound
Allusion
Brief reference to a person, place, event, etc.
20 terms
AP English and Language Composition Quiz 2
synecdoche
epistrophe
hamartia
begging the question
a figure of speech in which a part signifies the whole, such…
the repetition of a word or words at the end of two or more s…
aristotle's term for the main character's tragic flaw or erro…
to sidestep or evade the real problem.
synecdoche
a figure of speech in which a part signifies the whole, such…
epistrophe
the repetition of a word or words at the end of two or more s…
70 terms
Chapters 1 and 2 Vocabulary AP English Language and Composition
Audience
Concession
Connotation
Context
The listener, viewer, or reader of a text. Most texts are lik…
An acknowledgment that an opposing argument may be true or re…
Meanings or associations that readers have with a word beyond…
The circumstances, atmosphere, attitudes, and events surround…
Audience
The listener, viewer, or reader of a text. Most texts are lik…
Concession
An acknowledgment that an opposing argument may be true or re…
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AP English Language and Composition Vocabulary Quiz 2
Antimetabole
Antithesis
Anaphora
Alliteration
the repetition of words and successive clauses but in a trans…
the placing of a sentence or one of its parts against another…
Repetition of two or more words at the beginning of a sentenc…
Susie Sells Seashells
Antimetabole
the repetition of words and successive clauses but in a trans…
Antithesis
the placing of a sentence or one of its parts against another…
30 terms
AP english language and composition list 2
imperious
patronizing
convoluted
cryptic
arrogantly domineering or overbearing
treating in a condescending manner
intricate; complex
difficult to comprehend
imperious
arrogantly domineering or overbearing
patronizing
treating in a condescending manner
10 terms
AP English Language and Composition: Set 2
caricature
clause
colloquial/colloquialism
conceit
a verbal description, the purpose of which is to exaggerate o…
a grammatical init that contains both a subject and a verb
the use of slang or informalities in speech or writing
a fanciful expression, usually in the form of an extended met…
caricature
a verbal description, the purpose of which is to exaggerate o…
clause
a grammatical init that contains both a subject and a verb
20 terms
AP English Language & composition vocabulary list #2
Irreparable
Ostentatious
Nonchalant
Icon
(adj.) incapable of being repaired or rectified
(adj.) marked by conspicuous or pretentious display, show
(adj.) cool and confident, unconcerned
(n): a person who attacks cherished beliefs
Irreparable
(adj.) incapable of being repaired or rectified
Ostentatious
(adj.) marked by conspicuous or pretentious display, show
30 terms
Boysen AP English Language and Composition 2
Evince
Disparage
Diffidence
Disigenuousness
Show clearly; Indicate; Manifest
Ridicule; Unimportant; Belittle; Show disrespect
Modestly; Humility; Self-doubt; Timid
Not straight forward; Crafty; Cunning; Insincerity
Evince
Show clearly; Indicate; Manifest
Disparage
Ridicule; Unimportant; Belittle; Show disrespect
AP English Language and Composition Terms 2
Anadiplosis
Anaphora
Aphorism
Asyndeton
repetition of the last word of one clause at the beginning of…
the regular repetition of the same word or phrase at the begi…
A concise statement designed to make a point or illustrate a…
The practice of omitting conjunctions between words, phrases,…
Anadiplosis
repetition of the last word of one clause at the beginning of…
Anaphora
the regular repetition of the same word or phrase at the begi…
27 terms
AP English Language and Composition Study Guide #2
When is Toulmin's model of argument us…
What are the six components?
Data
Claim
It is an informal form of reasoning in which the data is the…
Data... Claim... Warrant... Qualifier... Rebuttal... Backing
facts or evidence used to prove the argument
statement being argued (thesis)
When is Toulmin's model of argument us…
It is an informal form of reasoning in which the data is the…
What are the six components?
Data... Claim... Warrant... Qualifier... Rebuttal... Backing
13 terms
AP English Language and Composition Wk. 2
denotation
diction
didactic
epistrophe
the strict, literal, dictionary definition of a word, devoid…
related to style, it refers to the writer's word choices, esp…
from the Greek word, literally means "teaching." ______ works…
the opposite of anaphors, repetition at the end of successi…
denotation
the strict, literal, dictionary definition of a word, devoid…
diction
related to style, it refers to the writer's word choices, esp…
31 terms
AP English Language & Composition Unit 2
Anne Bradstreet
Anne Bradstreet
Malcolm X
Jonathan Edwards
Considered first American woman writer... Poems were not written…
Upon the Burning of Our House... Prologue
National spokesman for Nation of Islam for his articulate wri…
Works had two themes: the absolute sovereignty of God and the…
Anne Bradstreet
Considered first American woman writer... Poems were not written…
Anne Bradstreet
Upon the Burning of Our House... Prologue
13 terms
Ap English Language and Composition Vocabulary #2
Cacophony
Character
Colloquial
Comic Relief
Harsh and discordant sounds in a line or passage in a literar…
Those who carry out the action of the plot in literature. Maj…
The use of slang in writing, often to create local color and…
The inclusion of a humorous character or scene to contrast wi…
Cacophony
Harsh and discordant sounds in a line or passage in a literar…
Character
Those who carry out the action of the plot in literature. Maj…
29 terms
AP English Language and Composition Vocabulary Week 2
Aberration
Amenable
Austere
Bounty
(n) departure from the normal
(adj.) responsive
(adj.) severe; strict
(n) generosity
Aberration
(n) departure from the normal
Amenable
(adj.) responsive
22 terms
AP English Language and Composition List 2
values
beliefs
integrity
tradition
Principles
1. Viewpoint, thinking... 2. Way of life, tenet... 3. Faith and con…
1. With honest... 2. Devotion to uprightness, honor, and character
Habit or continuing tradition handed down over time
values
Principles
beliefs
1. Viewpoint, thinking... 2. Way of life, tenet... 3. Faith and con…
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