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16 terms
English 12 - Writing Styles & Language
archaic language
colloquialism
diction
didactic (adj.)
Old-fashioned language that we do not use anymore.
A word or phrase (including slang) used in everyday conversat…
choice of words
teaches a specific lesson or moral or provides a model of cor…
archaic language
Old-fashioned language that we do not use anymore.
colloquialism
A word or phrase (including slang) used in everyday conversat…
36 terms
English 12 language techniques definitions
simile
metaphor
hyperbole
personification
an explicit comparison between two dissimilar things using "l…
an implicit comparison between two dissimilar things (does NO…
an extreme exaggeration
giving an inanimate object human qualities
simile
an explicit comparison between two dissimilar things using "l…
metaphor
an implicit comparison between two dissimilar things (does NO…
21 terms
English 12 language techniques examples
simile
metaphor
pun
alliteration
The moon is like a big cheese.
Dunedin is a fridge.
"Bear with me," said the grizzly.
Don't do dirty deeds!
simile
The moon is like a big cheese.
metaphor
Dunedin is a fridge.
36 terms
English 12 language techniques definitions
simile
metaphor
hyperbole
personification
an explicit comparison between two dissimilar things using "l…
an implicit comparison between two dissimilar things (does NO…
an extreme exaggeration
giving an inanimate object human qualities
simile
an explicit comparison between two dissimilar things using "l…
metaphor
an implicit comparison between two dissimilar things (does NO…
English Language Y12
The Verb
The Common Noun
The Proper Noun
The Adverb
The action word or "Doing" word. E.g Run, Throw, Catch, Sing
Used to denote a person (Traffic Warden), an object(fork) or…
Used to give specific names to specific things. Eg. Christmas…
Normally an adjective, but ending in the common ending: ly. (…
The Verb
The action word or "Doing" word. E.g Run, Throw, Catch, Sing
The Common Noun
Used to denote a person (Traffic Warden), an object(fork) or…
20 terms
AP English Language #12
diatribe
inhibition
fortuitous
incoherent
bitter criticism
restraint
accidental
disjointed
diatribe
bitter criticism
inhibition
restraint
10 terms
English Language Vocab 12
Maxin (n.)
Parasitic (adj.)
Resolutions (n.)
Obstinate (adj.)
A short statement expressing a general truth or rule of conduct
Habitually relying on or exploiting others
A firm decision to do or not to do something
Stubbornly refusing to change one's opinion or chosen course…
Maxin (n.)
A short statement expressing a general truth or rule of conduct
Parasitic (adj.)
Habitually relying on or exploiting others
16 terms
YR12 English Language
Wareing (1999)
Wareing (1999)
Instrumental
Influential
Classified power in terms of whether it represents political,…
Power can be either Instrumental or influential
When it is used by individuals or groups to maintain and enfo…
When it is used to influence and persuade others... Fluid- We ma…
Wareing (1999)
Classified power in terms of whether it represents political,…
Wareing (1999)
Power can be either Instrumental or influential
30 terms
English 12 Figurative Language
Tropes
Simile
Metaphor
Tener
Words or phrases that effect and obvious change in their mean…
comparison using the words "like" or "as"
a phrase that states that one thing is the same as another... ex…
the literal object of a metaphor
Tropes
Words or phrases that effect and obvious change in their mean…
Simile
comparison using the words "like" or "as"
26 terms
Language of tone English 12
Attitudes chiefly rational
Attitudes chiefly rational
Attitudes chiefly rational
Attitudes of pleasure
Explanatory, instructive, didactic, admonitory, condemnatory,…
Pensive, thoughtful, preoccupied, deliberate, studied, candid…
Sincere, questioning, uncertain, doubting incredulous, critic…
Peaceful, satisfied, contented, happy, sentimental, dreamy
Attitudes chiefly rational
Explanatory, instructive, didactic, admonitory, condemnatory,…
Attitudes chiefly rational
Pensive, thoughtful, preoccupied, deliberate, studied, candid…
9 terms
English 12 types of languages
Archaic Language
Colloquial Language
Figurative Language
Formal language
No longer in everyday use, but sometimes used to impart an ol…
The use of familiar or conversational language
Language that is not intended to be interpreted in a literal…
Language in speaking or writing characterised by conservatice…
Archaic Language
No longer in everyday use, but sometimes used to impart an ol…
Colloquial Language
The use of familiar or conversational language
22 terms
English 12 Vocabulary 1: Words About Language
cognate (noun)
cognate (adjective)
inflection (noun)
orthography (noun)
A word related to another word in a different language
Having the same source, origin, or ancestor; Similar in funct…
The addition of an affix to a word, or a change in the forms…
The study of the letters and spelling system of a language
cognate (noun)
A word related to another word in a different language
cognate (adjective)
Having the same source, origin, or ancestor; Similar in funct…
9 terms
English 12 history of the english language
The Druids
55 B.C. Roman Shift
shift
Brittania- Britons
runes, alphabet, worshipped trees
Julius Ceasar attacked Europe and enforced Latin in Sapin, It…
when a language quickly ususally because of an invasion
Brititsh
The Druids
runes, alphabet, worshipped trees
55 B.C. Roman Shift
Julius Ceasar attacked Europe and enforced Latin in Sapin, It…
9 terms
English 12 types of languages
Archaic Language
Colloquial Language
Figurative Language
Formal language
No longer in everyday use, but sometimes used to impart an ol…
The use of familiar or conversational language
Language that is not intended to be interpreted in a literal…
Language in speaking or writing characterised by conservatice…
Archaic Language
No longer in everyday use, but sometimes used to impart an ol…
Colloquial Language
The use of familiar or conversational language
134 terms
VSC Year 12 English Language Basics
Phonetics
Phonology
Morphology
Morphemes
Study of how sounds are articulated individually
Study of how sounds are used in connected speech
Study of morphemes and how they combine
Smallest unit of meaning in a word, a root or an affix
Phonetics
Study of how sounds are articulated individually
Phonology
Study of how sounds are used in connected speech
15 terms
AP English Language Vocabulary 12
nonpareil
malefic
contiguous
metempsychosis
something unequaled
causing harm
touching
transmigration of souls
nonpareil
something unequaled
malefic
causing harm
67 terms
English language 12 terms (revision)
Place of articulation
Manner of articulation
Assimilation
Content word
the location at which two speech organs come together to prod…
how the sound at a place of articulation is formed
when a sound becomes similar to a neighboring sound in one or…
A word that carries semantic context
Place of articulation
the location at which two speech organs come together to prod…
Manner of articulation
how the sound at a place of articulation is formed
15 terms
English 12 Figurative Language Terms
Alliteration
Allusion
Characterization
Hyperbole
use of the same consonant at the beginning of each stressed s…
a reference to something literary, mythological, or historica…
the process of revealing the personality of a character in a…
an extreme exaggeration
Alliteration
use of the same consonant at the beginning of each stressed s…
Allusion
a reference to something literary, mythological, or historica…
32 terms
Figurative Language (Caragliano English 11-12)
tone
theme
symbol
sensory details
A writer's attitude toward his or her subject
Central idea of a work of literature
An object or action in a literary work that means more than i…
noun - words and phrases that appeal to the reader's senses o…
tone
A writer's attitude toward his or her subject
theme
Central idea of a work of literature
15 terms
English 12 Figurative Language Terms
Alliteration
Allusion
Characterization
Hyperbole
use of the same consonant at the beginning of each stressed s…
a reference to something literary, mythological, or historica…
the process of revealing the personality of a character in a…
an extreme exaggeration
Alliteration
use of the same consonant at the beginning of each stressed s…
Allusion
a reference to something literary, mythological, or historica…
163 terms
TExES English Language Arts 7-12
Epic
Protagonist
Fable
Farce
A long poem reflecting the values of a society. Usually conta…
The lead character in literary work
A tale in which animals take on human characteristics; usuall…
A light dramatic composition that uses highly improbable situ…
Epic
A long poem reflecting the values of a society. Usually conta…
Protagonist
The lead character in literary work
13 terms
English 12 - Figurative Language Terms
Figurative Language
Simile
Metaphor
Personification
Language that is not intended to be interpreted in a literal…
Comparison of two things using "like" or "as"
Two things are compared without using "like" or "as"
Giving human traits to objects or ideas
Figurative Language
Language that is not intended to be interpreted in a literal…
Simile
Comparison of two things using "like" or "as"
62 terms
English Language Arts 7-12
Competency 001
Competency 002
Competency 003
Competency 004
The teacher understands and applies knowledge of relationship…
The teacher is aware of the diversity of the student populati…
The teacher understands the structure and development of the…
The teacher understands reading processes and teaches student…
Competency 001
The teacher understands and applies knowledge of relationship…
Competency 002
The teacher is aware of the diversity of the student populati…
Language Techniques- English year 12
Bildungsroman
Memoir
Vignette
Retrospection
A novel dealing with one person's formative years or spiritua…
A Historical account or biography written from personal knowl…
Small illustration or portrait photograph which fades into th…
The action of looking back on or reviewing past events or sit…
Bildungsroman
A novel dealing with one person's formative years or spiritua…
Memoir
A Historical account or biography written from personal knowl…
23 terms
AP English 12: (7) Language
Syntax
Collocation
Idiom
Dipthong
Sentence structure, or the arrangement of words in a sentence.
A grouping of arrangement, especially of words.
1. A correct expression that is unusual in form or meaning.... 2…
Two vowels united into a single, complex sound.
Syntax
Sentence structure, or the arrangement of words in a sentence.
Collocation
A grouping of arrangement, especially of words.
28 terms
English 12 - Style in Language Terminology
Cliche
Idiom
Homonym
Synonym
An over-used "stereotype" expresssion
A expression that makes has a meaning in it's own language, b…
Words that are pronounced alike, but spelled differently (the…
Words that have the same or similar meanings
Cliche
An over-used "stereotype" expresssion
Idiom
A expression that makes has a meaning in it's own language, b…
37 terms
English - Language Power - Lesson 5 - 12
homophones
idiom
colloquialism
slang
are words that have the same sound but different spellings an…
is an expression that has a meaning different from the usual…
is a word or expression that is used in speech or informal wr…
is language that is new and used by a specific group of peopl…
homophones
are words that have the same sound but different spellings an…
idiom
is an expression that has a meaning different from the usual…
22 terms
Ap 12 English Language and Composition
Allegory
Antecedent
Antithesis
Aphorism
Device using character and/or story elements symbolically to…
Word, phrase, or clause referred to by a pronoun
Opposition or contrast of ideas; direct opposite
A terse systems vehicular express a general truth or moral pr…
Allegory
Device using character and/or story elements symbolically to…
Antecedent
Word, phrase, or clause referred to by a pronoun
163 terms
TExES English Language Arts 7-12
Epic
Protagonist
Fable
Farce
A long poem reflecting the values of a society. Usually conta…
The lead character in literary work
A tale in which animals take on human characteristics; usuall…
A light dramatic composition that uses highly improbable situ…
Epic
A long poem reflecting the values of a society. Usually conta…
Protagonist
The lead character in literary work
6 terms
VSC Year 12 English Language Metalanguage Primary
Phonological patterning
Morphological patterning
Lexical patterning
Syntactic patterning
Patterns of sound - alliteration, assonance, consonance, onom…
Patterns of morphemes
Patterns of words
Listing, parallelism, antithesis
Phonological patterning
Patterns of sound - alliteration, assonance, consonance, onom…
Morphological patterning
Patterns of morphemes
20 terms
AP English Language Unit 12
Aesthetic
Defunct
Discomfit
Espouse
Pertaining to beauty; sensitive or responsive to beauty
No longer in existence or functioning, dead
To frustrate, thwart, or defeat; to confuse, perplex, or emba…
To take up and support; to become attached to, adopt; to marry
Aesthetic
Pertaining to beauty; sensitive or responsive to beauty
Defunct
No longer in existence or functioning, dead
20 terms
English 12--Vocabulary List 29: Language and Literature
allegory (AL i GOR ee)
alliteration (uh LIT uh RAY shuhn)
anthology (an THAHL uh jee)
argot (AHR goh)
N. a symbolic story in which events and characters stand for…
N. the repetition of an initial consonant sound in neighborin…
N. a collection of works of literature
N. a specialized and often secret vocabulary of a particular…
allegory (AL i GOR ee)
N. a symbolic story in which events and characters stand for…
alliteration (uh LIT uh RAY shuhn)
N. the repetition of an initial consonant sound in neighborin…
14 terms
Figurative Language for English Language Learners
simile
personification
metaphor
onomatopoeia
Comparing two unlike things using words such as "like" or "as…
A nonhuman subject is given human characteristics
A comparison of two unlike things
A word that imitates the sound it represents.
simile
Comparing two unlike things using words such as "like" or "as…
personification
A nonhuman subject is given human characteristics
28 terms
AP English Language - Word List 12
Respite
Stoic
Peripheral
Hedonistic
A rest, period of relief
Indifferent (at least outwardly) to pleasure or pain, to joy…
Indifferent
Pleasure- seeking; indulgent
Respite
A rest, period of relief
Stoic
Indifferent (at least outwardly) to pleasure or pain, to joy…
330 terms
Year 12 :: English Language :: Exam Revision
Standard Australian English
Non-Standard English
Open Word Classes
Closed Word Classes
It is the common the form of standardised English used in sit…
It is all the other forms, varieties, dialects and ethnolects…
Words Classes that are open to new words.... Examples: nouns, ad…
Words Classes that change very little and let no new words.... E…
Standard Australian English
It is the common the form of standardised English used in sit…
Non-Standard English
It is all the other forms, varieties, dialects and ethnolects…
28 terms
English Language 12 - General Metalanguage Spoken
Adjacency Pairs
Assimilation
Back Changing or Minimal Responses
Colloquial Language
Two-part exchanges that follow a predictable pattern and have…
Phonological process in which a sound is changed to become mo…
Short response by the audience in a spoken interaction to ind…
Informal language that is not rude but would not be used in f…
Adjacency Pairs
Two-part exchanges that follow a predictable pattern and have…
Assimilation
Phonological process in which a sound is changed to become mo…
46 terms
ENGLISH Language Leader (dossier 1) 12
to have a sweet touth
to surf the Net/Internet
to make sth up
to type in
bec à bonbons
...
to invent
dactylographier / entrer au clavier
to have a sweet touth
bec à bonbons
to surf the Net/Internet
...
10 terms
ENGLISH Language Leader (dossier 1) 12.5
at speed
to injure
ankle
to reverse
à toute vitesse
blesser
cheville
faire marche arrière
at speed
à toute vitesse
to injure
blesser
26 terms
English Language 12 - General Metalanguage Written
Acronym
Affixation
Alliteration
Anaphoric Referencing
A word formed from the initial letters of a series of words t…
The process of combining a root and an affix, which can be a…
The repetition of the consonant sound at the beginning of con…
The use of pronouns (or other lexical items) which refer back…
Acronym
A word formed from the initial letters of a series of words t…
Affixation
The process of combining a root and an affix, which can be a…
35 terms
English 12 ERWC Language, Gender, and Culture Vocabulary
negate
expunge
eradicate
comply
deny
wipeout
eliminate
obey
negate
deny
expunge
wipeout
12 powerful words of academic language ENGLISH
Trace
Analyze
Infer
Evaluate
List in steps/ order
Break into parts and exam very carefully
Use what you know to make an educated guess
Judge the importance of something
Trace
List in steps/ order
Analyze
Break into parts and exam very carefully
173 terms
TExES English Language Arts 7-12
Epic
Protagonist
Fable
Farce
A long poem reflecting the values of a society. Usually conta…
The lead character in literary work
A tale in which animals take on human characteristics; usuall…
A light dramatic composition that uses highly improbable situ…
Epic
A long poem reflecting the values of a society. Usually conta…
Protagonist
The lead character in literary work
11 terms
English - Language Power - Lessons 12 - 26 - Examples
declarative sentence
interrogative
imperative sentence
exclamatory sentence
Our band is called Peepster.
Why did Ella decide to hug her sister?
Don't fart in the car.
Ella rocks!
declarative sentence
Our band is called Peepster.
interrogative
Why did Ella decide to hug her sister?
18 terms
Chase: C.P. English 12 1984 Language
telescreen
thought police
two minutes hate
Big Brother
television that the authorities could watch you at any time;…
secret police of Oceania who monitors everyone psychologicall…
government propaganda to create unity and emotional release
symbol of government/figure head
telescreen
television that the authorities could watch you at any time;…
thought police
secret police of Oceania who monitors everyone psychologicall…
20 terms
English language Vocabulary Test Unit 12
abjure
acrid
august
callous
(verb) to renounce, repudiate under oath; to avoid, shun.... Syn…
(adj.) harsh in taste or odor; sharp in manner or temper.... Syn…
(adj.) majestic, inspiring admiration and respect.... Synonyms:…
(adj.) emotionally hardened, unfeeling.... Synonyms: insensitive…
abjure
(verb) to renounce, repudiate under oath; to avoid, shun.... Syn…
acrid
(adj.) harsh in taste or odor; sharp in manner or temper.... Syn…
TExES English Language Arts 7-12
Epic
Protagonist
Fable
Farce
A long poem reflecting the values of a society. Usually conta…
The lead character in literary work
A tale in which animals take on human characteristics; usuall…
A light dramatic composition that uses highly improbable situ…
Epic
A long poem reflecting the values of a society. Usually conta…
Protagonist
The lead character in literary work
82 terms
IB English 12 - Literature and Language Terminology
Accent
Allegory
Alliteration
Allusion
degree of stress given to a syllable
A story in which and characters and events have a literal and…
Repetition of consonant sounds
A reference to another work of literature, person, or event
Accent
degree of stress given to a syllable
Allegory
A story in which and characters and events have a literal and…
226 terms
TExES English Language Arts 7-12
Epic
Protagonist
Fable
Farce
A long poem reflecting the values of a society. Usually conta…
The lead character in literary work
A tale in which animals take on human characteristics; usuall…
A light dramatic composition that uses highly improbable situ…
Epic
A long poem reflecting the values of a society. Usually conta…
Protagonist
The lead character in literary work
26 terms
HSLDA AP English Language and Composition Week 12
abstract
outline
introduction
hook
1. a summary of research or scientific text, one paragraph in…
1. an organized written plan of a proposed written piece givi…
1. the moment of introducing one person to another... 2. in a w…
1. a curved piece made to hold an object [noun]... 2. a rounded…
abstract
1. a summary of research or scientific text, one paragraph in…
outline
1. an organized written plan of a proposed written piece givi…
22 terms
English 12 Vocabulary 20: Words from Other Languages
berserk (adjective)
jubilee (noun)
juggernaut (noun)
kowtow (verb)
Destructively or frenetically violent; Mentally or emotionall…
A specially celebrated anniversary, particularly a fiftieth a…
An overwhelming, advancing force that crushes or seems to cru…
To kneel, touching the head to the ground in an expression of…
berserk (adjective)
Destructively or frenetically violent; Mentally or emotionall…
jubilee (noun)
A specially celebrated anniversary, particularly a fiftieth a…
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