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#6 Language
Phonology
Prosody
semantics
syntax (grammar)
studying the production and perception of sounds found for a…
the rhythm and stress (emphasis) found in speech ... ex. how we…
studying meaning of words... ex. multiple things have different…
studying the structure and rules of constructing well formed…
Phonology
studying the production and perception of sounds found for a…
Prosody
the rhythm and stress (emphasis) found in speech ... ex. how we…
142 terms
TEAS 6 - English/Language
Vice Cops Will Want No Punishment At All
To be verbs
Nouns
Verbs
Verbs; Cross out prepositional phrases; Who/what subject; No…
Am, is, are
Person, place, thing, animal, idea, or feeling
Action verbs... Passive verbs... Linking verbs
Vice Cops Will Want No Punishment At All
Verbs; Cross out prepositional phrases; Who/what subject; No…
To be verbs
Am, is, are
14 terms
Language 6
Arrested
Improved
Included
Irrigated
A
A
A
A
Arrested
A
Improved
A
61 terms
Sign Language Ch. 6
breakfast
cook/fry
dinner
drink
breakfast
cook/fry
10 terms
AP Language 6
intuitive
counterintuitive
plausible
coherent
based on what one feels to be true even without conscious rea…
contrary to common-sense expectation (but often nevertheless…
seeming reasonable or probable::... "His story sounds plausible."
logically consistent:... "This view does not cohere with their o…
intuitive
based on what one feels to be true even without conscious rea…
counterintuitive
contrary to common-sense expectation (but often nevertheless…
100 terms
Language 6
Request
Knowledgeable
(To) enrol
Thrill
Prośba
Znający się na rzeczy (wnikliwy)
Zapisać się
Poruszenie (przerażenie)
Request
Prośba
Knowledgeable
Znający się na rzeczy (wnikliwy)
13 terms
RL 6. 4 Figurative Language
Idiom
Personification
Hyperbole
Simile
a saying that does not make literal, logical, or grammatical…
gives human traits to non human things
uses exaggeration
compares two unlike things using the words like or as.
Idiom
a saying that does not make literal, logical, or grammatical…
Personification
gives human traits to non human things
16 terms
Figurative Language 6 (def & ex)
Simile Ex
Simile Def
Metaphor Ex
Metaphor Def
Example: The sisters fought like cats and dogs!
Comparing two unlike things using words such as "like" or "as"
Example: Why did she marry that snake?
A comparison of two unlike things without using like or as.
Simile Ex
Example: The sisters fought like cats and dogs!
Simile Def
Comparing two unlike things using words such as "like" or "as"
55 terms
6. Unit 1 - Language A
activity
basketball
club
second-hand
Aktivität
Basketball
Club, Verein
gebraucht
activity
Aktivität
basketball
Basketball
20 terms
language vocabulary #6
Refute
Hardy
fervor
opportunist
to prove wrong through argument or evidence
capable of enduring difficult conditions
intense and passionate feeling
a person who exploits circumstances to gain immediate advanta…
Refute
to prove wrong through argument or evidence
Hardy
capable of enduring difficult conditions
10 terms
Language 6
Ann Enn
Audi Audio
Cycl Cyclo
Hood
Yearly
Hearing
circle
state of
Ann Enn
Yearly
Audi Audio
Hearing
20 terms
Language Usage -- MAP -- Gr 6
independent clause
declarative sentence
epic poem
imagery
a group of words with a subject or verb that can stand alone…
a statement that ends with a period.
a long poem about a hero
use of details that appeal to a reader's senses
independent clause
a group of words with a subject or verb that can stand alone…
declarative sentence
a statement that ends with a period.
15 terms
Language #6
Ameliorate
Baleful
Berate
Circumvent
To make better; to become better; to improve
Expressing hatred or evil; harmful, ominous
To criticize vigorously; to scold vehemently
To avoid through craftiness
Ameliorate
To make better; to become better; to improve
Baleful
Expressing hatred or evil; harmful, ominous
24 terms
SARAH Language 6/3
Mercian
Beowulf
Elegy
Chaucer
Anglo Saxon dialect
Hero of an epic
Poem dealing with serious thoughts
14 th century writer
Mercian
Anglo Saxon dialect
Beowulf
Hero of an epic
23 terms
LANGUAGE Hannah 6/2
Bandwagon
Syllogism
Logical appeal
Either or fallacy
Appeal to join the winning team
An argument arriving at a logical conclusion based on. Premise
Orderly thinking based on set principles
Argument intended to convince the reader that only two option…
Bandwagon
Appeal to join the winning team
Syllogism
An argument arriving at a logical conclusion based on. Premise
14 terms
6. Unit 1 - Language B
to go wrong
to trip (over)
to drop
microphone
schief gehen
stolpern (über)
fallen (lassen)
Mikrofon
to go wrong
schief gehen
to trip (over)
stolpern (über)
29 terms
LANGUAGE Hannah 6/1
Exposition
Pictograph
Table
Line graph
Writing intended to describe
Graph using symbols, listed at the bottom of the chart
A visual aid which organizes data in rows and columns
Graph showing continuous change across a span of time
Exposition
Writing intended to describe
Pictograph
Graph using symbols, listed at the bottom of the chart
28 terms
LANGUAGE Hannah 6/3
Symbol
Rhyming couplet
Personification
Simile
One thing that stands for something else
Two lines of poetry whose end rhyme binds them together
Giving human characteristics
Imaginative comparison between unlike things using like or as
Symbol
One thing that stands for something else
Rhyming couplet
Two lines of poetry whose end rhyme binds them together
10 terms
Language 6
Ostentatious
Inexorable
Indolent
Doleful
Showy
Inevitable
Lazy
Mournful
Ostentatious
Showy
Inexorable
Inevitable
Language 6
Jargon
Pidgin
Semantics
Standard
specialized language
A simplified form of speech developed from two or more langua…
Meaning of words and sentences
...
Jargon
specialized language
Pidgin
A simplified form of speech developed from two or more langua…
8 terms
Language Week 6
bicycle path
up arrow
no U-turn
wrong way
bicycle path
up arrow
15 terms
Language 6
boon
coax
corrode
eccentric
a benefit; a blessing
to persuade gently
to destroy or be destroyed gradually, as though eaten away
unusual
boon
a benefit; a blessing
coax
to persuade gently
21 terms
Language 6
Agenda
Amiable
Befuddle
Blight
A list outline
Friendly pleasant
Make stupid
Ruin spoil
Agenda
A list outline
Amiable
Friendly pleasant
43 terms
Language 6
Mrs Grayson came over yesterday.
Alan could of helped his mother carry…
Each one of my friends have a birthday…
I and Ruby planned the decorations.
Mrs. Grayson came over yesterday.
Alan could have helped his mother carry the groceries.
Each one of my friends has a birthday party.
Ruby and I planned the decorations.
Mrs Grayson came over yesterday.
Mrs. Grayson came over yesterday.
Alan could of helped his mother carry…
Alan could have helped his mother carry the groceries.
10 terms
Language 6
Manuscript
Benediction
Capitol
Corpus delicti
Written by hand
To speak well
The building that houses the heads of government
The main element of a crime
Manuscript
Written by hand
Benediction
To speak well
10 terms
Language 6
Nepotism
Begrudge
Mandarin
Glutinous
...
...
...
...
Nepotism
...
Begrudge
...
Language 6
Mrs
Of
Have
I and ruby
Mrs.
Have
Has
Ruby and I
Mrs
Mrs.
Of
Have
13 terms
RL 6. 4 Figurative Language
Idiom
Personification
Hyperbole
Simile
a saying that does not make literal, logical, or grammatical…
gives human traits to non human things
uses exaggeration
compares two unlike things using the words like or as.
Idiom
a saying that does not make literal, logical, or grammatical…
Personification
gives human traits to non human things
57 terms
Language 6
239
240
241
242
Mrs/Mrs.
of/have
have/has
I and Ruby / Ruby and I
239
Mrs/Mrs.
240
of/have
20 terms
Language 6
Agenda
Amiable
Befuddled
Blight
List plan
Good natured friendly
Confused
Ruined
Agenda
List plan
Amiable
Good natured friendly
30 terms
6. Language
Backward Reconstruction
Conquest Theory
Creolo Language
Deep Reconstruction
The tracking of sound shifts and hardening of consonants "bac…
One major theory of how Proto-Indo-European diffused into Eur…
A language that began as a pidgin language but was later adop…
Technique using the vocabulary of an extinct language to re-c…
Backward Reconstruction
The tracking of sound shifts and hardening of consonants "bac…
Conquest Theory
One major theory of how Proto-Indo-European diffused into Eur…
20 terms
Language 6
Agenda
Amiable
Befuddled
Blight
The program for a meeting; a list, outline, or plan of things…
Friendly, good-natured
To confuse, make stupid
A disease that causes plants to weather and die; a condition…
Agenda
The program for a meeting; a list, outline, or plan of things…
Amiable
Friendly, good-natured
48 terms
Language #6
Mrs
of
have
I and Ruby
Mrs.
have
has
Ruby and I
Mrs
Mrs.
of
have
23 terms
Language 6
a refutation or contradiction
1. spending money or resources freely…
1. come between so as to prevent or al…
1. to prove wrong by argument or evide…
Rebuttal (noun)
Prodigal (adj)
Intervene (verb)
Refute (verb)
a refutation or contradiction
Rebuttal (noun)
1. spending money or resources freely…
Prodigal (adj)
14 terms
Language 6
Abrasive
Benevolent
Compulsory
Deft
Able go scrape or wear away by ribbing . 2 harsh or rough
Inclined to do good
Require
Near and quick
Abrasive
Able go scrape or wear away by ribbing . 2 harsh or rough
Benevolent
Inclined to do good
LANGUAGE (6)
Broca's Aphasia
Wernicke's Aphasia
Stroop effect
Chomsky
non fluent speech (slurred), comprehension intact
fluent speech (filler words, good grammar), comprehension imp…
colored words have to say color of word, but reading is autom…
nativist; people born with basic knowledge about how language…
Broca's Aphasia
non fluent speech (slurred), comprehension intact
Wernicke's Aphasia
fluent speech (filler words, good grammar), comprehension imp…
20 terms
Language 6
Agenda
Amniable
Befuddle
Blight
A list, oitline
Friendly pleasent
Make stupid
Ruin spoil
Agenda
A list, oitline
Amniable
Friendly pleasent
27 terms
SARAH LANGUAGE 6/2
London
Celts
Beowulf
The wanderer
A dialect that became the standard
Earliest inhabitants of Briton
Anglo Saxon epic
An elegy
London
A dialect that became the standard
Celts
Earliest inhabitants of Briton
15 terms
language 6
abolish
agony
catapult
character
to bring to an end; to do away with.
great pain of body or mind; suffering
n. a machine used in ancient wars that threw objects with gre…
1. the qualities that make a person or place different or spe…
abolish
to bring to an end; to do away with.
agony
great pain of body or mind; suffering
19 terms
6) Language
Regular
Arbitrary
Productive
Whorf-Sapir Hypothesis
Governed by a set of rules and grammar; can reorganize a sent…
Lack of resemblance between words and their meaning
Can combine words
We form thoughts with our native language; language influence…
Regular
Governed by a set of rules and grammar; can reorganize a sent…
Arbitrary
Lack of resemblance between words and their meaning
28 terms
(6) Language
Language
Mutual intelligibility
Standard languages
Dialects
...
...
...
...
Language
...
Mutual intelligibility
...
28 terms
6 Classroom language
To video
To photocopy
To highlight
To file
To record a program on video
To use the photocopier
to attract attention with pen / emphasize something important…
To put things in a file
To video
To record a program on video
To photocopy
To use the photocopier
6 terms
#6: Language
Components of Language
phonology
prosody
semantics
Phonology: studying the production and perception of sounds…
Studying the production and perception of sounds found for a…
The rhythm and stress (emphasis) found in speech.
Studying the meaning of words.
Components of Language
Phonology: studying the production and perception of sounds…
phonology
Studying the production and perception of sounds found for a…
16 terms
Language #6
Her/Hes
Adherent
Incoherent
Inherent
To atch, be fixed
Follower of a person or idea
Unable to be understood, nonsensical
Existing as a natural part
Her/Hes
To atch, be fixed
Adherent
Follower of a person or idea
84 terms
6. Language & Culture
accept
decline, reject
acceptance
acceptable
v. 받아들이다, 수락하다
v. 거절하다
n. 수락
a. 수락할 수 있는, 만족스러운
accept
v. 받아들이다, 수락하다
decline, reject
v. 거절하다
7 terms
Classroom Language 6
Sit down everyone!
Stand up everyone!
Make a circle everyone!
Silence. Please!
Duduk semua!
Berdiri semua!
Bentuk lingkaran semua!
Jangan berisik!
Sit down everyone!
Duduk semua!
Stand up everyone!
Berdiri semua!
20 terms
Language 6
Anamalous
Aspersion
Bizarre
Brusque
Abnormal, irregular, departing from the usual
A damaging or derogatory statement
Extremely strange, unusual, atypical
Abrupt, blunt with no formalities
Anamalous
Abnormal, irregular, departing from the usual
Aspersion
A damaging or derogatory statement
7 terms
Figurative Language Grade 6
simile - like or as
metaphor - is, are, or was
personification
hyperbole
a comparison using like or as (The room is LIKE an oven.)
a comparison without using like or as (The room IS an oven.)
giving objects human qualities, or person-like qualities... (The…
extreme exaggeration (My book bag weighs two tons.)
simile - like or as
a comparison using like or as (The room is LIKE an oven.)
metaphor - is, are, or was
a comparison without using like or as (The room IS an oven.)
142 terms
TEAS 6 - English/Language
Vice Cops Will Want No Punishment At All
To be verbs
Nouns
Verbs
Verbs; Cross out prepositional phrases; Who/what subject; No…
Am, is, are
Person, place, thing, animal, idea, or feeling
Action verbs... Passive verbs... Linking verbs
Vice Cops Will Want No Punishment At All
Verbs; Cross out prepositional phrases; Who/what subject; No…
To be verbs
Am, is, are
15 terms
AP Language Vocab 6
Derivative
Proliferation
Depict
Predator
Not original; secondary
A rapid and often excessive spread or increase
To represent or characterize in words; describe
Any organism that exists by preying upon other organisms
Derivative
Not original; secondary
Proliferation
A rapid and often excessive spread or increase
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