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language miller
language
attention
somatosensory - 3,1,2... motor - 4... audito…
what is the dominant hemisphere of the brain used for?
what is the non-dominant hemisphere of the brain used for?
what are the brodman's areas for the primary cortexes?
language
what is the dominant hemisphere of the brain used for?
attention
what is the non-dominant hemisphere of the brain used for?
20 terms
Mrs. Miller Language Arts
brindle
bristle
pantry
scalded
ADJ.... Gray or tawny with darker streaks or spots.
NOUN.... One of the short, stiff, coarse hairs of certain animal…
NOUN.... A room or closet in which food, groceries, and other pr…
VERB.... To burn or affect painfully with or as if with hot liqu…
brindle
ADJ.... Gray or tawny with darker streaks or spots.
bristle
NOUN.... One of the short, stiff, coarse hairs of certain animal…
5 terms
Tone Language
Alliteration
Eye rhyme
Euphony
Cacophony
First stressed segment
Graphological parallelism
Pleasing sound
Friction, unpleasant sound
Alliteration
First stressed segment
Eye rhyme
Graphological parallelism
7 terms
Language and tone
Standard English
Colloquial language
Archaic language
Dialect
The form of English that is perceived as used by educated per…
The language, words and phrases used in informal situations w…
Old-fashioned language
The language spoken by a group of people who live in a partic…
Standard English
The form of English that is perceived as used by educated per…
Colloquial language
The language, words and phrases used in informal situations w…
8 terms
Mood, Tone and Figurative Language
Figurative Language
FL simiLes
FL personification
FL metaphor
Language that communicates meanings beyond the literal meanin…
directly compares two things that are unlike using words such…
gives the qualities of a person to an animal, object or idea
compares two mostly unlike things WITHOUT using like, as
Figurative Language
Language that communicates meanings beyond the literal meanin…
FL simiLes
directly compares two things that are unlike using words such…
Tone- Language
Language
Artificial
Bombastic
Colloquial
Words that describe the entire body of words in a text.
false
irritatingly grand, designed to impress
slang, spoken by the people of the time/place
Language
Words that describe the entire body of words in a text.
Artificial
false
Language/Tone
Creole
Pidgin
The ancestors of english
Who brought old norse?
When children make a pidgin their native language
Choppy strings of words borrowed from the colonizing language
Proto-Indo- European
Angles, the Saxons, and the Jutes
Creole
When children make a pidgin their native language
Pidgin
Choppy strings of words borrowed from the colonizing language
125 terms
AP Language - Tone Words
critical
angry
infuriated
irate
inclined to find fault or judge with severity
feeling or showing anger and strong resentment
displaying anger in a passionate way
displaying anger in a dispassionate way
critical
inclined to find fault or judge with severity
angry
feeling or showing anger and strong resentment
AP Language Tone*
Acerbic
Ardent
Ambivalent
Befuddled
Bitter or stinging
Enthusiastic or passionate
Having mixed feelings or contradictory ideas about something…
Confused or perplexed
Acerbic
Bitter or stinging
Ardent
Enthusiastic or passionate
94 terms
AP Language Tone Words
afraid
allusive
angry
apologetic
feeling fear; frightened; apprehensive; or regretful realizat…
containing an indirect reference to another work; casual refe…
wild and stormy; wrath; indignation; rage; ire; vitriol, fume
an acknowledging and expressing regret for a fault, injury, i…
afraid
feeling fear; frightened; apprehensive; or regretful realizat…
allusive
containing an indirect reference to another work; casual refe…
Tone Vocabulary - AP LANGUAGE
accusing
apathetic
apprehensive
belligerant
Charging one with the fault, offense, or crime
Not interested or concerned; indifferent or unresponsive
Uneasy or fearful about something that might happen
Of warlike character; aggressively hostile; bellicose
accusing
Charging one with the fault, offense, or crime
apathetic
Not interested or concerned; indifferent or unresponsive
50 terms
Tone words AP Language
acerbic
satiric
whimsical
didactic
(uh-SAIR-bick) (adjective)... the author sounds bitter, sarcasti…
(suh-TEER-rick) (adjective) ... the author is ridiculing the sub…
(suh-TEER-rick) (adjective)... the author sounds playful, mischi…
(dye-DACK-tick) (adjective)... the author is attempting to educ…
acerbic
(uh-SAIR-bick) (adjective)... the author sounds bitter, sarcasti…
satiric
(suh-TEER-rick) (adjective) ... the author is ridiculing the sub…
Tone/Mood Language
exhausted
embarrassed
enraged
overwhelmed
drained of energy
to make uncomfortably self-conscious
an extreme amount of anger
overpowered by forces or feeling out control
exhausted
drained of energy
embarrassed
to make uncomfortably self-conscious
Tone and Tone Languages
Tone
Tone Languages
Lexical tone
Register tone languages
pitch level and movement... vary according to context... tonal char…
languages which use tone distinctively... South- East Asia: Chin…
meaning of a word is determined by its tone... e.g kono
high/ low pitch
Tone
pitch level and movement... vary according to context... tonal char…
Tone Languages
languages which use tone distinctively... South- East Asia: Chin…
11 terms
Figurative Language + Diction & Tone
Diction
Denotation
Connotation
Tone
Choice of words
The dictionary definition of a word
All the meanings, associations, or emotions that a word sugge…
A writer's attitude toward his or her subject matter revealed…
Diction
Choice of words
Denotation
The dictionary definition of a word
52 terms
Language Analysis - Tone Words
Reasonable
Outraged
Bitter
Witty
Plausible, Fair judgment; not extreme or excessive
angered at something unjust or wrong
Exhibiting strong animosity as a result of pain or grief
Satirical
Reasonable
Plausible, Fair judgment; not extreme or excessive
Outraged
angered at something unjust or wrong
58 terms
Figurative Language/Tone/Genres
Simile
Metaphor
Personification
Hyperbole
Comparing two unlike things using words such as "like" or "as…
Comparing two unlike things NOT using the words "like" or "as…
Giving an object or animal human feelings, thoughts, attitude…
Extreme exaggeration for effect.
Simile
Comparing two unlike things using words such as "like" or "as…
Metaphor
Comparing two unlike things NOT using the words "like" or "as…
Tone Languages
How is pitch related to fundamental fr…
Role of Fundamental Frequency in Tone…
Is English a tone language?
How does fundamental frequency relate…
Pitch is fundamental's frequencies perceptual correlate
Fundamental Frequency or the tone pattern of a string determi…
No
Tone signals Stress and intonation
How is pitch related to fundamental fr…
Pitch is fundamental's frequencies perceptual correlate
Role of Fundamental Frequency in Tone…
Fundamental Frequency or the tone pattern of a string determi…
94 terms
AP Language: Tone
afraid
allusive
angry
apologetic
feeling fear; frightened; apprehensive; or regretful realizat…
containing an indirect reference to another work; casual refe…
wild and stormy; wrath; indignation; rage; ire; vitriol, fume
an acknowledging and expressing regret for a fault, injury, i…
afraid
feeling fear; frightened; apprehensive; or regretful realizat…
allusive
containing an indirect reference to another work; casual refe…
65 terms
Language Analysis - TONE
accusatory
accusing
admonishing
aggressive
indicating or suggesting that one believes a person has done…
indicating a belief in someone's guilt or culpability
reprimanding firmly
ready or likely to attack or confront; behaving or done in a…
accusatory
indicating or suggesting that one believes a person has done…
accusing
indicating a belief in someone's guilt or culpability
60 terms
AP Language Tone Words
aloof
apathetic
ambivalent
audacious
not emotionally involved, at a distance
uncaring
having mixed feelings
recklessly bold or contemptuous
aloof
not emotionally involved, at a distance
apathetic
uncaring
42 terms
Language Analysis - Tone Vocabulary
Candid
Credible
Amiable
Logical
Honest, sincere, frank
Able to be taken seriously; worthy of trust and respect
Friendly and agreeable
Sensible, reasonable, rational, pragmatic
Candid
Honest, sincere, frank
Credible
Able to be taken seriously; worthy of trust and respect
98 terms
AP Language Tone Words
fearful
allusive
angry
apologetic
feeling fear; frightened; apprehensive; or regretful realizat…
containing an indirect reference to another work; casual refe…
wild and stormy; wrath; indignation; rage; ire; vitriol, fume
an acknowledging and expressing regret for a fault, injury, i…
fearful
feeling fear; frightened; apprehensive; or regretful realizat…
allusive
containing an indirect reference to another work; casual refe…
122 terms
Ap language vocab miller
Abstract
Ad Hominem
Allegory
Alliteration
Refers to a language that describes concepts rather than conc…
In an argument, this is an attack on the person rather than o…
An extended narrative in prose or verse in which characters,…
Repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning of words that…
Abstract
Refers to a language that describes concepts rather than conc…
Ad Hominem
In an argument, this is an attack on the person rather than o…
AP Language Tone Words
Acerbic
Ardent
Ambivalent
Befuddled
Bitter or stinging
Enthusiastic or passionate
Having mixed feelings or contradictory ideas about something…
Confused or perplexed
Acerbic
Bitter or stinging
Ardent
Enthusiastic or passionate
Language Vocab Mr.Miller
unconcious
ancestors
depths
protruded
having temporarily, lost awareness in a faint
people from whom other people descend
the deepest areas
stuck out
unconcious
having temporarily, lost awareness in a faint
ancestors
people from whom other people descend
AP Language Tone Words
Acerbic
Ardent
Ambivalent
Befuddled
Bitter or stinging
Enthusiastic or passionate
Having mixed feelings or contradictory ideas about something…
Confused or perplexed
Acerbic
Bitter or stinging
Ardent
Enthusiastic or passionate
48 terms
Language and Composition: Types of Tone
accusatory
apathetic
awe
bitter
charging of wrong doing
indifferent due to lack of energy or concern
solemn wonder
exhibiting strong animosity as a result of pain or grief
accusatory
charging of wrong doing
apathetic
indifferent due to lack of energy or concern
AP Language - Tone Words
critical
angry
infuriated
irate
inclined to find fault or judge with severity
feeling or showing anger and strong resentment
displaying anger in a passionate way
displaying anger in a dispassionate way
critical
inclined to find fault or judge with severity
angry
feeling or showing anger and strong resentment
AP Language - Tone Words
critical
angry
infuriated
irate
inclined to find fault or judge with severity
feeling or showing anger and strong resentment
displaying anger in a passionate way
displaying anger in a dispassionate way
critical
inclined to find fault or judge with severity
angry
feeling or showing anger and strong resentment
20 terms
Tone/Mood/Figurative Language
simile
metaphor
extended metaphor
personification
comparing two things using "like" or "as"
Two things are compared without using "like" or "as."
comparison between two unlike things that continues throughou…
Giving human traits to objects or ideas.
simile
comparing two things using "like" or "as"
metaphor
Two things are compared without using "like" or "as."
94 terms
AP Language Tone Words
afraid
allusive
angry
apologetic
feeling fear; frightened; apprehensive; or regretful realizat…
containing an indirect reference to another work; casual refe…
wild and stormy; wrath; indignation; rage; ire; vitriol, fume
an acknowledging and expressing regret for a fault, injury, i…
afraid
feeling fear; frightened; apprehensive; or regretful realizat…
allusive
containing an indirect reference to another work; casual refe…
Language and Tone Words
abashed
abhorring
acerbic
admiring
ashamed or embarrassed
regarding with disgust and hatred
harsh and biting in tone; bitter
regarding with respect or warmth
abashed
ashamed or embarrassed
abhorring
regarding with disgust and hatred
78 terms
AP Language Tone Words
Bombastic
Colloquial
Esoteric
Euphemistic
high-sounding but with little meaning; inflated
used in ordinary or familiar conversation
intended for or likely to be understood by only a small numbe…
a mild or pleasant word or phrase that is used instead of one…
Bombastic
high-sounding but with little meaning; inflated
Colloquial
used in ordinary or familiar conversation
Language and Tone Words
abashed
abhorring
acerbic
admiring
ashamed or embarrassed
regarding with disgust and hatred
harsh and biting in tone; bitter
regarding with respect or warmth
abashed
ashamed or embarrassed
abhorring
regarding with disgust and hatred
8 terms
Mood, Tone and Figurative Language
Figurative Language
FL simiLes
FL personification
FL metaphor
used in comparisons writing to describe something different t…
directly compares two things that are unlike using words such…
gives the qualities of a person to an animal, object or idea
compares two mostly unlike thing WITHOUT using like, as or th…
Figurative Language
used in comparisons writing to describe something different t…
FL simiLes
directly compares two things that are unlike using words such…
AP Language Tone Words
afraid
allusive
angry
apologetic
feeling fear; frightened; apprehensive; or regretful realizat…
containing an indirect reference to another work; casual refe…
wild and stormy; wrath; indignation; rage; ire; vitriol, fume
an acknowledging and expressing regret for a fault, injury, i…
afraid
feeling fear; frightened; apprehensive; or regretful realizat…
allusive
containing an indirect reference to another work; casual refe…
AP English Language Tone Vocabulary
Frivolous
Vexed
Zealous
Lackadaisical
lack of seriousness or sense
irritated or annoyed
full of, characterized by, or due to zeal; ardently active, d…
lacking enthusiasm and determination
Frivolous
lack of seriousness or sense
Vexed
irritated or annoyed
12 terms
Figurative Language and Tone Vocabulary
Tone
Mood
Connotation
Denotation
Attitude a writer takes toward the audience, a subject, or a…
Feeling the reader gets from the story
The emotional or figurative meaning of a word
The literal or dictionary definition of a word
Tone
Attitude a writer takes toward the audience, a subject, or a…
Mood
Feeling the reader gets from the story
18 terms
AP Language and Composition Tone
Abstract
attitude (emotion)
coherence
concrete
ideas or concepts (no physical reference)
feeling toward a particular thing or person; state of mind
congruity; consistence; state of logical order, clarity or st…
identifies things perceive through the senses
Abstract
ideas or concepts (no physical reference)
attitude (emotion)
feeling toward a particular thing or person; state of mind
43 terms
AP Language and Composition Tone
benevolent
authoritative
bombastic
bitter
kindhearted and compassionate
commanding and self-confident; likely to be respected and obe…
high sounding and high flown yet inflated and pretentious
full of anger and resentment
benevolent
kindhearted and compassionate
authoritative
commanding and self-confident; likely to be respected and obe…
51 terms
AP Language & Composition Tone Words (Acerbic - Sympathetic)
Acerbic
Benevolent
Bittersweet
Clinical
acidic; bitter; sharp
kindly
showing a mixture of pain and pleasure
highly objective;rigorously scientific; analytical
Acerbic
acidic; bitter; sharp
Benevolent
kindly
49 terms
Analysis of language style and tone
the author / narrator employs
to capture the reader's attention
to appeal to his/her target group (of…
to appeal to a broad audience of readers
he/she makes use of
to attract the reader's attention
1. to talk to them directly and persuade them to take a certa…
to be appreciated by readers from very different backgrounds,…
the author / narrator employs
he/she makes use of
to capture the reader's attention
to attract the reader's attention
AP Language Tone Words
admiring
amiable
amused
appreciative
regarding something with respect, approval, or pleasure
friendly; agreeable; willing to accept the wishes, decisions,…
pleasurably entertained
feeling or showing appreciation, thankfulness, or gratitude
admiring
regarding something with respect, approval, or pleasure
amiable
friendly; agreeable; willing to accept the wishes, decisions,…
10 terms
Figurative Language and Tone Practice
Connotation
Denotation
Hyperbole
Idiom
You are a dirty, low-down, lying snake! You cannot be trusted!
A snake is a legless reptile with scales and no eyelids
Tony had a million boxes in his hand, he barely made it up th…
It is raining cats and dogs outside!
Connotation
You are a dirty, low-down, lying snake! You cannot be trusted!
Denotation
A snake is a legless reptile with scales and no eyelids
Tone and Language Types
(Tone) Esoteric
(Tone) Pedantic
(Tone) Euphemistic
(Tone) Bombastic
Intended to only be understood by a small community of people…
Overly instructional
Phrasing negative statements in a glossed-over or positive way.
Ostentatious, inflated, and pretentious. Sounds super importa…
(Tone) Esoteric
Intended to only be understood by a small community of people…
(Tone) Pedantic
Overly instructional
Tone Vocabulary I - AP LANGUAGE
accusing
apathetic
apprehensive
belligerant
Charging one with the fault, offense, or crime
Not interested or concerned; indifferent or unresponsive
Uneasy or fearful about something that might happen
Of warlike character; aggressively hostile; bellicose
accusing
Charging one with the fault, offense, or crime
apathetic
Not interested or concerned; indifferent or unresponsive
32 terms
AP Language Tone words live
aloof
apathetic
ambivalent
audacious
not emotionally involved, at a distance
uncaring
having mixed feelings, could go either way
recklessly bold, daring
aloof
not emotionally involved, at a distance
apathetic
uncaring
29 terms
AP Language: Diction and Tone
Ambiguity
Antonomasia
Aphorism
Atmosphere
The multiple meanings, either intentional or unintentional, o…
Use of a title, epithet, or description in place of a name, a…
A terse statement of known authorship, which expresses a gene…
The emotional nod created by the entirety of a literary work,…
Ambiguity
The multiple meanings, either intentional or unintentional, o…
Antonomasia
Use of a title, epithet, or description in place of a name, a…
Language Arts Tone Words
Apathetic
Haughty
Caustic
Contemptuous
showing or feeling no interest, enthusiasm, or concern.
arrogantly superior and disdainful
sarcastic in a bitter way
scornful
Apathetic
showing or feeling no interest, enthusiasm, or concern.
Haughty
arrogantly superior and disdainful
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