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42 terms
Vocab For IB English HL
Allusion
Alliteration
Euphemism
Paradox
brief reference to a person, place, thing or idea of historic…
Repetition of the same letter or sound at the beginning of ea…
polite indirect expressions which replace words and phrases c…
Statement that appears to be self-contradictory, but may incl…
Allusion
brief reference to a person, place, thing or idea of historic…
Alliteration
Repetition of the same letter or sound at the beginning of ea…
42 terms
Vocab For IB English HL
Allusion
Alliteration
Euphemism
Paradox
brief reference to a person, place, thing or idea of historic…
Repetition of the same letter or sound at the beginning of ea…
polite indirect expressions which replace words and phrases c…
Statement that appears to be self-contradictory, but may incl…
Allusion
brief reference to a person, place, thing or idea of historic…
Alliteration
Repetition of the same letter or sound at the beginning of ea…
45 terms
IB English HL Allusions
Stealing someone's thunder
Witch hunt
Throw down the gauntket
The Muses
to take credit for the idea of another's/lessening effect of…
a campaign against a particular group of (usually unorthodox)…
refers to issuing a challenge in a dramatic manner
a muse= someone's source of inspiration
Stealing someone's thunder
to take credit for the idea of another's/lessening effect of…
Witch hunt
a campaign against a particular group of (usually unorthodox)…
79 terms
IB English HL Poetry Terms
narrative poem
lyric poem
dramatic poem
didactic poem
a non-dramatic poem which tells a story, whether simple or co…
any short poem that presents a single speaker who expresses t…
a poem which employs a dramatic form or some element or eleme…
a poem which is intended primarily to teach a lesson. The dis…
narrative poem
a non-dramatic poem which tells a story, whether simple or co…
lyric poem
any short poem that presents a single speaker who expresses t…
60 terms
Poetry Terms: IB English (HL)
Allegory
Accent
Alliteration
Allusion
a symbolical narrative; The Faerie Queene
a stressed syllable or ictus; "When shall we three meet again?"
using the same consonant to start two or more stressed words…
a reference to a historical, mythic, or literary person, plac…
Allegory
a symbolical narrative; The Faerie Queene
Accent
a stressed syllable or ictus; "When shall we three meet again?"
216 terms
HL IB English: Literary Terms
Tragedy
Tragic Hero
Allegory
Aside
a serious work, usually a play, in which the main character e…
the main character in a tragedy; in order to fit the definiti…
a story in which the characters, setting, and events stand fo…
private words that a character in a play speaks to the audien…
Tragedy
a serious work, usually a play, in which the main character e…
Tragic Hero
the main character in a tragedy; in order to fit the definiti…
42 terms
HL IB English Vocabulary
frugal
miserly
tacit
metafiction
sparse, saving
hoarding
unwritten, unspoken
stories within stories
frugal
sparse, saving
miserly
hoarding
10 terms
IB HL English Terms
Intentional Fallacy
Affective Fallacy
Satire
Archetype
Basing an interpretation of a work of literature on the the a…
A term from literary criticism used to refer to to the suppos…
Satire is a kind of writing that sharply criticizes something…
A kind of supertype, or model, different versions of which re…
Intentional Fallacy
Basing an interpretation of a work of literature on the the a…
Affective Fallacy
A term from literary criticism used to refer to to the suppos…
47 terms
IB English HL Terms
Alliteration
Allusion
Amplification
Analogy
Repetitive of initial sounds
Reference to outside source
An exaggeration
Describing in situation using another example
Alliteration
Repetitive of initial sounds
Allusion
Reference to outside source
42 terms
HL IB English Vocabulary
frugal
miserly
tacit
metafiction
sparse, saving
hoarding
unwritten, unspoken
stories within stories
frugal
sparse, saving
miserly
hoarding
ENGLISH 12 IB HL
Linguistic Determinism
denotation
connotation
implicit
An idea that encompasses the theory of knowledge dependant on…
This means the literal definition of a word, not what the wor…
this means the feeling or idea that a word invokes, not the l…
something that is not expressed but implied
Linguistic Determinism
An idea that encompasses the theory of knowledge dependant on…
denotation
This means the literal definition of a word, not what the wor…
45 terms
IB English HL Allusions
Stealing someone's thunder
Witch hunt
Throw down the gauntket
The Muses
to take credit for the idea of another's/lessening effect of…
a campaign against a particular group of (usually unorthodox)…
refers to issuing a challenge in a dramatic manner
a muse= someone's source of inspiration
Stealing someone's thunder
to take credit for the idea of another's/lessening effect of…
Witch hunt
a campaign against a particular group of (usually unorthodox)…
IB HL English
Diction
Style
Tone
Euphonious
Word Choice
Used generally, the way in which a literary work is written,…
The writer's attitude toward the material and/or readers. ___…
Pleasant sounding
Diction
Word Choice
Style
Used generally, the way in which a literary work is written,…
68 terms
IB HL english Final
anaphora
apocalyptic
atmosphere
ballad
the deliberate repetition of a word/phrase at the beginning o…
literature concerned with predicting the ultimate destiny of…
the prevailing mood of a literary work, particularly when tha…
a simple poem which deals with a dramatic situation usually c…
anaphora
the deliberate repetition of a word/phrase at the beginning o…
apocalyptic
literature concerned with predicting the ultimate destiny of…
HL IB English: Literary Terms
Tragedy
Tragic Hero
Allegory
Aside
a serious work, usually a play, in which the main character e…
the main character in a tragedy; in order to fit the definiti…
a story in which the characters, setting, and events stand fo…
private words that a character in a play speaks to the audien…
Tragedy
a serious work, usually a play, in which the main character e…
Tragic Hero
the main character in a tragedy; in order to fit the definiti…
60 terms
Poetry Terms: IB English (HL)
Allegory
Accent
Alliteration
Allusion
a symbolical narrative; The Faerie Queene
a stressed syllable or ictus; "When shall we three meet again?"
using the same consonant to start two or more stressed words…
a reference to a historical, mythic, or literary person, plac…
Allegory
a symbolical narrative; The Faerie Queene
Accent
a stressed syllable or ictus; "When shall we three meet again?"
236 terms
HL IB English: Literary Terms
Tragedy
Tragic Hero
Allegory
Aside
a serious work, usually a play, in which the main character e…
the main character in a tragedy; in order to fit the definiti…
a story in which the characters, setting, and events stand fo…
private words that a character in a play speaks to the audien…
Tragedy
a serious work, usually a play, in which the main character e…
Tragic Hero
the main character in a tragedy; in order to fit the definiti…
13 terms
IB HL English II
Act 1 of MacBeth
Act 2 of MacBeth
Act 3 of MacBeth
Act 4 of MacBeth
-Weird Sisters ... -Soldier tells Duncan about MacBeth and his l…
-Doubting himself ... -Talks to Banquo before his act ... -Ghostly…
-Maybe Macbeth killed the king ... -Loyalty banquet ... -send peopl…
-MacBeth goes to weird sisters for prophcey ... -Sees the appara…
Act 1 of MacBeth
-Weird Sisters ... -Soldier tells Duncan about MacBeth and his l…
Act 2 of MacBeth
-Doubting himself ... -Talks to Banquo before his act ... -Ghostly…
Vocab For IB English HL
Allusion
Alliteration
Euphemism
Paradox
brief reference to a person, place, thing or idea of historic…
Repetition of the same letter or sound at the beginning of ea…
polite indirect expressions which replace words and phrases c…
Statement that appears to be self-contradictory, but may incl…
Allusion
brief reference to a person, place, thing or idea of historic…
Alliteration
Repetition of the same letter or sound at the beginning of ea…
63 terms
IB HL English-11
Alliteration
Allusion
Ambiguity
Antithesis
the repetition of the same consonant sound, especially at the…
a reference to another event, person, place, or work of liter…
use of language where the meaning is unclear or has two or mo…
contrasting ideas or words that are balanced against each oth…
Alliteration
the repetition of the same consonant sound, especially at the…
Allusion
a reference to another event, person, place, or work of liter…
42 terms
Vocab For IB English HL
Allusion
Alliteration
Euphemism
Paradox
brief reference to a person, place, thing or idea of historic…
Repetition of the same letter or sound at the beginning of ea…
polite indirect expressions which replace words and phrases c…
Statement that appears to be self-contradictory, but may incl…
Allusion
brief reference to a person, place, thing or idea of historic…
Alliteration
Repetition of the same letter or sound at the beginning of ea…
IB HL English - Part 1
Identity
Context
Content
Theme
Describing who, or what, a person is.
Circumstances that surround the writing and the reading of a…
Description of action, events, people and places of a text.
Deeper meaning, message and idea of a text.
Identity
Describing who, or what, a person is.
Context
Circumstances that surround the writing and the reading of a…
60 terms
Poetry Terms (IB English HL)
Allegory
Accent
Alliteration
Allusion
a symbolical narrative; The Faerie Queene
a stressed syllable or ictus; "When shall we three meet again?"
using the same consonant to start two or more stressed words…
a reference to a historical, mythic, or literary person, plac…
Allegory
a symbolical narrative; The Faerie Queene
Accent
a stressed syllable or ictus; "When shall we three meet again?"
60 terms
Poetry Terms (IB English HL)
Allegory
Accent
Alliteration
Allusion
a symbolical narrative; The Faerie Queene
a stressed syllable or ictus; "When shall we three meet again?"
using the same consonant to start two or more stressed words…
a reference to a historical, mythic, or literary person, plac…
Allegory
a symbolical narrative; The Faerie Queene
Accent
a stressed syllable or ictus; "When shall we three meet again?"
Ib english hl
Welfare
Splendid
Persistent
Stick around
Comfortable
Magnificent
Insistent
Hang around
Welfare
Comfortable
Splendid
Magnificent
HL IB English Vocabulary
frugal
miserly
tacit
metafiction
sparse, saving
hoarding
unwritten, unspoken
stories within stories
frugal
sparse, saving
miserly
hoarding
Vocab For IB English HL
Allusion
Alliteration
Euphemism
Paradox
brief reference to a person, place, thing or idea of historic…
Repetition of the same letter or sound at the beginning of ea…
polite indirect expressions which replace words and phrases c…
Statement that appears to be self-contradictory, but may incl…
Allusion
brief reference to a person, place, thing or idea of historic…
Alliteration
Repetition of the same letter or sound at the beginning of ea…
61 terms
IB HL English Vocabulary
Dissemble
Partisan
Calumny
Prodigious
To hide by pretending something different
Characterized by or exhibiting undue or unreasoning devotion…
Slander
Immense
Dissemble
To hide by pretending something different
Partisan
Characterized by or exhibiting undue or unreasoning devotion…
42 terms
HL IB English Vocabulary
frugal
miserly
tacit
metafiction
sparse, saving
hoarding
unwritten, unspoken
stories within stories
frugal
sparse, saving
miserly
hoarding
20 terms
English HL IB
annotation
appellation
eponym
linguistics
a critical or explanatory note
a name, title, or designation
a person whose name is, or thought to be, the source of the n…
the study of the nature, structure and variation of language
annotation
a critical or explanatory note
appellation
a name, title, or designation
42 terms
Vocab For IB English HL
Allusion
Alliteration
Euphemism
Paradox
brief reference to a person, place, thing or idea of historic…
Repetition of the same letter or sound at the beginning of ea…
polite indirect expressions which replace words and phrases c…
Statement that appears to be self-contradictory, but may incl…
Allusion
brief reference to a person, place, thing or idea of historic…
Alliteration
Repetition of the same letter or sound at the beginning of ea…
IB HL1 English
alliteration
slant rhyme/off rhyme
perfect rhyme
synecdoche
words are used in quick succession and begin with letters bel…
rhyme formed by words with similar but not identical sounds
rhyme exemplified by homonyms, such as bear/bare or wear/where
uses a part of something to refer to the whole or vice versa…
alliteration
words are used in quick succession and begin with letters bel…
slant rhyme/off rhyme
rhyme formed by words with similar but not identical sounds
7 terms
IB HL English Midterm
c
a
p
b
context
audience
purpose
bias
c
context
a
audience
97 terms
IB English HL Poetry Terms
Allegory
Accent
Alliteration
Allusion
a symbolical narrative; The Faerie Queene
a stressed syllable or ictus; "When shall we three meet again?"
using the same consonant to start two or more stressed words…
a reference to a historical, mythic, or literary person, plac…
Allegory
a symbolical narrative; The Faerie Queene
Accent
a stressed syllable or ictus; "When shall we three meet again?"
25 terms
English Terms IB Eng HL
Allegory
Alliteration
Allusion
Anachronism
...
...
...
...
Allegory
...
Alliteration
...
140 terms
HL IB English: Literary Terms
Tragedy
Tragic Hero
Allegory
connotation
a serious work, usually a play, in which the main character e…
the main character in a tragedy; in order to fit the definiti…
a story in which the characters, setting, and events stand fo…
all of the meanings, associations, or emotions a word suggests
Tragedy
a serious work, usually a play, in which the main character e…
Tragic Hero
the main character in a tragedy; in order to fit the definiti…
106 terms
IB English HL Tone Words
acerbic
aloof
ambiguous
ambivalent
sharp, sour
indifferent, disinterested
doubtful, uncertain from obscurity or indistinctiveness
mixture of opposite feelings
acerbic
sharp, sour
aloof
indifferent, disinterested
5 terms
IB HL English Vocab 4
Truncate
Rife
Vestige
Abstemious
To shorten
Abundant; prevalent
A trace of evidence of something that once existed
Using or consuming sparingly
Truncate
To shorten
Rife
Abundant; prevalent
IB HL English Literary Vocab
Connotative semantic
Denotative semantic
Meter
Parataxis
A word that invokes a feeling or idea in addition to its lite…
Dove - literally a bird (has connotations of peace)
Stressed and unstressed syllabic pattern in verse or within t…
Phrases and clauses are placed one after another independentl…
Connotative semantic
A word that invokes a feeling or idea in addition to its lite…
Denotative semantic
Dove - literally a bird (has connotations of peace)
63 terms
Poetry Terms (IB English HL)
Allegory
Accent
Alliteration
Allusion
a symbolical narrative; The Faerie Queene
a stressed syllable or ictus; "When shall we three meet again?"
using the same consonant to start two or more stressed words…
a reference to a historical, mythic, or literary person, plac…
Allegory
a symbolical narrative; The Faerie Queene
Accent
a stressed syllable or ictus; "When shall we three meet again?"
44 terms
IB English HL Poetry Terms
alliteration
blank verse
caesura
conceit
the repetition of identical or similar consonant sounds, norm…
unrhymed iambic pentameter. Blank verse is the meter of most…
a pause, usually near the middle of a line of verse, usually…
an ingenious and fanciful notion or conception, usually expre…
alliteration
the repetition of identical or similar consonant sounds, norm…
blank verse
unrhymed iambic pentameter. Blank verse is the meter of most…
216 terms
HL IB English: Literary Terms
Tragedy
Tragic Hero
Allegory
Aside
a serious work, usually a play, in which the main character e…
the main character in a tragedy; in order to fit the definiti…
a story in which the characters, setting, and events stand fo…
private words that a character in a play speaks to the audien…
Tragedy
a serious work, usually a play, in which the main character e…
Tragic Hero
the main character in a tragedy; in order to fit the definiti…
217 terms
HL IB English: Literary Terms
Tragedy
Tragic Hero
Allegory
Aside
a serious work, usually a play, in which the main character e…
the main character in a tragedy; in order to fit the definiti…
a story in which the characters, setting, and events stand fo…
private words that a character in a play speaks to the audien…
Tragedy
a serious work, usually a play, in which the main character e…
Tragic Hero
the main character in a tragedy; in order to fit the definiti…
HL IB English Vocabulary
frugal
miserly
tacit
metafiction
sparse, saving
hoarding
unwritten, unspoken
stories within stories
frugal
sparse, saving
miserly
hoarding
HL IB English: Literary Terms
Tragedy
Tragic Hero
Allegory
connotation
a serious work, usually a play, in which the main character e…
the main character in a tragedy; in order to fit the definiti…
a story in which the characters, setting, and events stand fo…
all of the meanings, associations, or emotions a word suggests
Tragedy
a serious work, usually a play, in which the main character e…
Tragic Hero
the main character in a tragedy; in order to fit the definiti…
216 terms
HL IB English: Literary Terms
Tragedy
Tragic Hero
Allegory
Aside
a serious work, usually a play, in which the main character e…
the main character in a tragedy; in order to fit the definiti…
a story in which the characters, setting, and events stand fo…
private words that a character in a play speaks to the audien…
Tragedy
a serious work, usually a play, in which the main character e…
Tragic Hero
the main character in a tragedy; in order to fit the definiti…
66 terms
IB HL English GE Vocab
Eluding
Reproach
Disconsolatley
Avenging
Escape, either physically or mentally
Express criticism towards
In greif-stricken loneliness
Inflict harm in return for (an injury or wrong done to onesel…
Eluding
Escape, either physically or mentally
Reproach
Express criticism towards
HL IB English: Literary Terms
Tragedy
Tragic Hero
Allegory
Aside
a serious work, usually a play, in which the main character e…
the main character in a tragedy; in order to fit the definiti…
a story in which the characters, setting, and events stand fo…
private words that a character in a play speaks to the audien…
Tragedy
a serious work, usually a play, in which the main character e…
Tragic Hero
the main character in a tragedy; in order to fit the definiti…
5 terms
IB English HL Vocab 2
Interlocutor
Carte Blanche
Stygian
Nomenclature
Someone who participates in a conversation
Boundless authority; unlimited power to act
Dark and Forbidding
A technical name or naming system in an art or science
Interlocutor
Someone who participates in a conversation
Carte Blanche
Boundless authority; unlimited power to act
5 terms
IB English HL Vocab 1
Litany
Ubiquitous
Vernacular
Dessicate
A long, repetitive or dull acount (Noun)
Occurring or seeming to occur everywhere; ... omnipresence
Everyday language
To dry out; to remove moisture
Litany
A long, repetitive or dull acount (Noun)
Ubiquitous
Occurring or seeming to occur everywhere; ... omnipresence
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