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16 terms
reading unit 4 literary terms
informational text
news article
science article
jargon
a type of nonfiction whose basic purpose is to present inform…
an informational text about a particular topic, event, issue,…
offers information about a particular theory,scientific obser…
specialized vocabulary
informational text
a type of nonfiction whose basic purpose is to present inform…
news article
an informational text about a particular topic, event, issue,…
9 terms
English 8 - Unit 4: Reading
- cruel (a)
- harvest festival (n)
- prince (n)
- fairy (n)
make somebody suffer because it will be good for them later
a service held in Christian churches when people thank God fo…
a male member of a royal family who is not king, especially t…
(in stories) a creature like a small person, who has magic po…
- cruel (a)
make somebody suffer because it will be good for them later
- harvest festival (n)
a service held in Christian churches when people thank God fo…
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English 8 - Unit 4: Reading
- cruel (a)
- harvest festival (n)
- prince (n)
- fairy (n)
make somebody suffer because it will be good for them later
a service held in Christian churches when people thank God fo…
a male member of a royal family who is not king, especially t…
(in stories) a creature like a small person, who has magic po…
- cruel (a)
make somebody suffer because it will be good for them later
- harvest festival (n)
a service held in Christian churches when people thank God fo…
22 terms
English unit 4 literary terms
Stanzas
Couplets
Quatrains
Metaphor
Grouping of lines
Stanzas of 2 lines
Stanzas of 4 lines
To compare two apparently unlike things without using like, a…
Stanzas
Grouping of lines
Couplets
Stanzas of 2 lines
9 terms
English 8 - Unit 4: Reading
- cruel (a)
- harvest festival (n)
- prince (n)
- fairy (n)
make somebody suffer because it will be good for them later
a service held in Christian churches when people thank God fo…
a male member of a royal family who is not king, especially t…
(in stories) a creature like a small person, who has magic po…
- cruel (a)
make somebody suffer because it will be good for them later
- harvest festival (n)
a service held in Christian churches when people thank God fo…
9 terms
English Unit 4 Literary Terms
imagism
flat characters
round characters
satire
Poetry evokes emotion and sparks the imagination through the…
their main role is to advance the action- one dimensional wit…
have many character traits (Judy and Dexter)
writing that ridicules or exposes the faults of individuals,…
imagism
Poetry evokes emotion and sparks the imagination through the…
flat characters
their main role is to advance the action- one dimensional wit…
12 terms
Unit 4-English literary terms
Abolition
American dream
Assimilation
Autobiography
The act of abolishing slavery
An American social ideal that stresses material prosperity an…
The adoption of the ways of another culture
The biography of a person narrated y himself or herself
Abolition
The act of abolishing slavery
American dream
An American social ideal that stresses material prosperity an…
10 terms
4th Reading - Unit 4 Literary NF
analogy
author analysis
interpretive questions
synonym
A comparison of two different things that are similar in some…
the study of technique, structure, and style used by an author
A question with more than one answer that can be supported by…
A word that means the same as another word
analogy
A comparison of two different things that are similar in some…
author analysis
the study of technique, structure, and style used by an author
13 terms
3rd Reading - Unit 4 Literary NF
narrator
genre
personal narrative
inference
person telling the story
category or type of literature form, style, or content.
your own personal true story
conclusion reached on the basis of evidence and reasoning
narrator
person telling the story
genre
category or type of literature form, style, or content.
5 terms
Literary Terms Unit 4
narrative
narrator
point of view
flashback
events that tell a story
the speaker or voice telling the story
perspective or position the story is told from
a part of the story that describes or shows something that ha…
narrative
events that tell a story
narrator
the speaker or voice telling the story
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English 3 Literary Terms Unit 4 part 1
realism
satire
the literary movement of symbolism
regionalism
Depicts accurate human reactions... The Civil War led to this l…
Ridicules people or institutions in an attempt to bring about…
Places an emphasis on the mysterious and the intuitive
Uses accurate speech and behavior and geographic features of…
realism
Depicts accurate human reactions... The Civil War led to this l…
satire
Ridicules people or institutions in an attempt to bring about…
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English Reading Unit4.
invent
thermometer
thermoscope
bulb
발명하다
온도계
온도 측정기
(온도계 등의)구
invent
발명하다
thermometer
온도계
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English 8- Unit 4 (Read)
die
marry
cruel
fairy
to stop living... Example: Her father died of cancer.
get married ... Example: He asked me to marry him but I said no.
the opposite of "kind"... Example: I can't stand people who are…
a creature like a small person, who has magic powers
die
to stop living... Example: Her father died of cancer.
marry
get married ... Example: He asked me to marry him but I said no.
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English Land 6 Unit 4 Reading Vocabulary
travel
experience
interesting
sandcastles
旅行 (りょこう)
経験 (けいけん)
面白い (おもしろい)
砂の城 (すなのしろ)
travel
旅行 (りょこう)
experience
経験 (けいけん)
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English 3 AP Unit 4 Literary Terms
anaphora
hypophora
Pedantic
Plagiarism
the repetition of the same word or words at the beginning of…
consists of raising one or more questions and then proceeding…
bookish and scholarly in tone, often boring and dull due to l…
accidental or intentional intellectual theft in which a write…
anaphora
the repetition of the same word or words at the beginning of…
hypophora
consists of raising one or more questions and then proceeding…
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Inside Reading 1 - Unit 4 - English-English
acquire
ambiguous
analogy
civil
(v) to get, to gain (/əˈkwajɚ/)
(adj) not clear or easy to understand (/æmˈbɪgjəwəs/)
(n) comparing 2 similar things (/əˈnæləʤi/)
(adj) relating to the people of a country (/ˈsɪvəl/)
acquire
(v) to get, to gain (/əˈkwajɚ/)
ambiguous
(adj) not clear or easy to understand (/æmˈbɪgjəwəs/)
17 terms
Unit 4 Literary Terms
drama
playwright
script
stage directions
A story that is performed for an audience.
The author of a play or drama.
The written text of a drama or play.
The playwright's instructions about how the drama should be p…
drama
A story that is performed for an audience.
playwright
The author of a play or drama.
13 terms
Unit 4 Literary Terms
Modernism
Harlem Renaissance
first person narrator
hyperbole
artistic movements of the late 19th and 20th centuries which…
A period in the 1920s when African-American achievements in a…
the one who tells the story and participates in its action
A figure of speech that uses exaggeration to express strong e…
Modernism
artistic movements of the late 19th and 20th centuries which…
Harlem Renaissance
A period in the 1920s when African-American achievements in a…
9 terms
Literary Terms Unit 4
symbol
allegory
mood
fable
A person, place, a thing, or an event that has its own meanin…
story or poem in which characters, settings, and events stand…
A story's atmosphere or the feeling it evokes.
A brief tale told to illustrate a moral or teach a lesson
symbol
A person, place, a thing, or an event that has its own meanin…
allegory
story or poem in which characters, settings, and events stand…
17 terms
Unit 4 Literary Terms
Apostraphe
Hyperbole
Simile
personification
What literary term was used in: ... The Folly of Being Comforted
What literary term was used in: ... The Story-Teller
What literary term was used in: ... The Oak
What literary term was used in: ... A Lonely Pine is Standing
Apostraphe
What literary term was used in: ... The Folly of Being Comforted
Hyperbole
What literary term was used in: ... The Story-Teller
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Unit 4 Literary Terms
Rhythm
Iambic Pentameter
Tableau
Limerick
...
...
...
...
Rhythm
...
Iambic Pentameter
...
22 terms
Literary Terms- Unit 4
Aggrandize
Inscrutable
Archetype
Erudite
(v.) to increase in greatness, power, or wealth; to build up…
(adj.) impossible to see through physically; incapable of bei…
(n.) an original model after which similar things are pattern…
(adj.) scholarly, learned; boorish, pedantic
Aggrandize
(v.) to increase in greatness, power, or wealth; to build up…
Inscrutable
(adj.) impossible to see through physically; incapable of bei…
26 terms
English Unit 4 Literary Terms and Vocab
Deductive reasoning
Inductive reasoning
Target audience
Persuasive techniques
A way of thinking that begins with generalization and ends wi…
A process of logical reasoning that starts with something spe…
A group that the creators want to appeal to
Methods used to convince viewers to agree with a message
Deductive reasoning
A way of thinking that begins with generalization and ends wi…
Inductive reasoning
A process of logical reasoning that starts with something spe…
18 terms
Reading unit 4 literary text
Genre
Fiction/literary
Characters
Characterization
Are types of literature
Writing that tells a story drawn from the author's imaginatio…
Are people or animals or other beings that appear in a litera…
Is the manner through which an author reveals the characters…
Genre
Are types of literature
Fiction/literary
Writing that tells a story drawn from the author's imaginatio…
19 terms
Unit 4 Literary terms
persona
oral interpretation
rhyme
rhyme scheme
the voice or character speaking or narrating a story
reading aloud a literary text with expression
repetition of sounds at the end of words
consistent pattern of end rhyme throughout a poem
persona
the voice or character speaking or narrating a story
oral interpretation
reading aloud a literary text with expression
14 terms
Unit 4 Literary Terms
drama
acts
sets
props
a story that can be performed by actors on stage
basic units of organizations in a drama
constructions that define the area in which the play's action…
movable objects that actors use on stage
drama
a story that can be performed by actors on stage
acts
basic units of organizations in a drama
10 terms
Literary Terms Unit 4
metaphor
simile
allusion
assonance
a figure of speech in which a comparison is made without usin…
a figure of speech in which a comparison is made using the te…
a brief and indirect reference to a person, place, thing or i…
repetition of identical or similar vowel sounds within words…
metaphor
a figure of speech in which a comparison is made without usin…
simile
a figure of speech in which a comparison is made using the te…
24 terms
Freshman Unit 4 Literary Terms
aside
blank verse
catharsis
classical allusions
a short speech delivered by a character in a play in order to…
poetry written in unrhymed iambic pentameter
the purging of the emotions or relieving of emotional tension…
reference to a well-known person, place, event, literary work…
aside
a short speech delivered by a character in a play in order to…
blank verse
poetry written in unrhymed iambic pentameter
10 terms
Literary Terms Unit 4
allegory
archetype
irony
metaphor
story or poem in which characters, settings, and events stand…
A character, symbol, story pattern, or other element that is…
A contrast or an incongruity between what is stated and what…
A comparison of two dissimilar things without using like or a…
allegory
story or poem in which characters, settings, and events stand…
archetype
A character, symbol, story pattern, or other element that is…
10 terms
Unit 4-1 Literary Terms
Foreshadowing
Science Fiction
Technology
Theme
A narrative device that hints at coming events; often builds…
Writing based on real or imaginary scientific developments an…
Application of science to help people
A message about life or human nature that the writer shares w…
Foreshadowing
A narrative device that hints at coming events; often builds…
Science Fiction
Writing based on real or imaginary scientific developments an…
English Literature Unit 4: Authors and Literary Terms
Author of "the Lamb"?
Author of "The Tyger?"
Author of the "Chimney Sweeper"?
Author of "The Prelude"?
William Blake
William Blake
William Blake
William Wordworth
Author of "the Lamb"?
William Blake
Author of "The Tyger?"
William Blake
20 terms
English 9b Unit 4 Literary Elements and Terms
Blank verse
aside
soliloquoy
monolouge
a poem with no rhyme but does have iambic pentameter
a passage heard by audience but unheard by other characters i…
a character saying their lots out loud
a long one sided conversation
Blank verse
a poem with no rhyme but does have iambic pentameter
aside
a passage heard by audience but unheard by other characters i…
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ENGLISH FILE PRE-INTERMEDIATE UNIT 4&5 REVISE/CHECK READING
puzzled
robbery
staff
disappear
confused
Taking someone's property by threat of force
personnel
vanish
puzzled
confused
robbery
Taking someone's property by threat of force
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English 9b Unit 4 Literary Elements and Terms
Blank verse
aside
soliloquoy
monolouge
a poem with no rhyme but does have iambic pentameter
a passage heard by audience but unheard by other characters i…
an act of speaking one's thoughts aloud when by oneself or re…
a long speech by one actor in a play or movie, in which other…
Blank verse
a poem with no rhyme but does have iambic pentameter
aside
a passage heard by audience but unheard by other characters i…
8 terms
ENGLISH FILE PRE-INTERMEDIATE UNIT 4&5 REVISE/CHECK READING
puzzled
robbery
staff
disappear
confused
Taking someone's property by threat of force
personnel
vanish
puzzled
confused
robbery
Taking someone's property by threat of force
23 terms
NH 3 Unit 4 Listening and Reading/Active English/Story
TV station
rest
twice
once
Fernsehsender
Rest
zweimal
einmal
TV station
Fernsehsender
rest
Rest
18 terms
Unit 4 Literary Terms (8th)
Argument
Ethical Appeal
Style
Dialect
Writer's opinion on an issue or problem
right-wrong, good-bad
Distinctive way an author writes
Special form of language spoken by a particular group of people
Argument
Writer's opinion on an issue or problem
Ethical Appeal
right-wrong, good-bad
61 terms
Unit 4; Poetry Literary Terms
repition
feet
rhyme
rhythem
use of any element of language: word, sound, phrase
units of stressed and unstressed syllables
the likeness of sounds at the ends of words
the pattern/beat of sound create by the arrangment of syllables
repition
use of any element of language: word, sound, phrase
feet
units of stressed and unstressed syllables
Unit 4 English 8: Read: "The Lost Shoe"- Vocabulary
marry
cruel to sbd/ sth
upset
fairy
lập gia đình, cưới
độc ác, ác nghiệt
buồn phiền
bà tiên, nàng tiên
marry
lập gia đình, cưới
cruel to sbd/ sth
độc ác, ác nghiệt
24 terms
Literary Terms Unit 4
Crisis
Criterion
Criticism
Critique
the turning point of the plot; the incident or event that sug…
a standard, principle, rule or cannon by which a literary wor…
the art of judging the values and faults of works of art or l…
an essay or article in criticism of a literary work; a review…
Crisis
the turning point of the plot; the incident or event that sug…
Criterion
a standard, principle, rule or cannon by which a literary wor…
10 terms
Literary Terms Unit 4
Folk tale
Forshadowing
Free verse
Hyperbole
Anonymous traditional story originally passed down orally
The use of clues to hint at events that will later occur in t…
Poetry that doesn't have a regular meter or rhyme scheme
Exaggeration used to express strong emotion or to creat comic…
Folk tale
Anonymous traditional story originally passed down orally
Forshadowing
The use of clues to hint at events that will later occur in t…
9 terms
Literary Terms Unit 4
Enumeratio
Expletive
Euphemism
Exposition
figure of amplification in which a subject is divided into co…
figure of emphasis in which a single word or short phrase, us…
agreeable or less offensive substitute for a generally unplea…
one of the four chief types of composition. it's purpose is t…
Enumeratio
figure of amplification in which a subject is divided into co…
Expletive
figure of emphasis in which a single word or short phrase, us…
31 terms
Unit 4 Vocabulary and Literary Terms
caricature/caricaturize
persona
jargon
juxtaposition
someone or something that is very exaggerated in a funny or f…
the way you behave, talk, etc., with other people that causes…
the language used for a particular activity or by a particula…
the act or an instance of placing two or more things side by…
caricature/caricaturize
someone or something that is very exaggerated in a funny or f…
persona
the way you behave, talk, etc., with other people that causes…
literary terms (unit 4)
annul
blasé
bolster
deplore
to reduce to nothing, to make ineffective
indifferent, bored
to support
to feel or express regret or disapproval
annul
to reduce to nothing, to make ineffective
blasé
indifferent, bored
14 terms
literary terms unit 4
symbol
romanticism
lyric
diction
a sign ,word, phrase, image or other object that stands for o…
-literary and artistic movement of the eighteenth and ninetee…
poem expressing the observations and feelings of a single spe…
writers word choice
symbol
a sign ,word, phrase, image or other object that stands for o…
romanticism
-literary and artistic movement of the eighteenth and ninetee…
30 terms
Unit 4 - Literary terms
Act
Aside
Comedy
comic
A main division in a play
a short speech delivered by a character in order to express h…
a play in which ordinary characters are in conflict with soci…
a technique that is used to interrupt a serious part of a pla…
Act
A main division in a play
Aside
a short speech delivered by a character in order to express h…
24 terms
Unit 4: Literary Terms
caricature
dialogue
humorist
novel
a character description that is exaggerated to make people la…
the between conversation of characters in a story.
a writer of humor.
fiction that is book-length and has more plot and details tha…
caricature
a character description that is exaggerated to make people la…
dialogue
the between conversation of characters in a story.
42 terms
Unit 4 Literary Terms
Fixed form
Sonnet
Lyric poetry
Stanza
A way or formula that poetry can be composed
A poem with 14 lines, with a number of formal rhyme schemes,…
A type of emotional songlike poetry. Usually written in the f…
A group of lines forming the basic metrical unit in a poem; a…
Fixed form
A way or formula that poetry can be composed
Sonnet
A poem with 14 lines, with a number of formal rhyme schemes,…
29 terms
Unit 4 Literary Terms
Anaphora
Hypophora
Pedantic
Plagiarism
The repetition of the same word or words at the beginning of…
Consists of raising one or more questions and then proceeding…
Bookish and scholarly in tone, often boring and dull due to l…
Accidental or intentional intellectual theft in which a write…
Anaphora
The repetition of the same word or words at the beginning of…
Hypophora
Consists of raising one or more questions and then proceeding…
20 terms
Unit 4 literary terms
tall tales
concrete language
alliteration
assonance
a story in which the heroes deeds and skills are exaggerated
words that appeal to one or more of the five senses
the repetition of initial consonant sounds
the repetition of similar vowel sounds in a series of words
tall tales
a story in which the heroes deeds and skills are exaggerated
concrete language
words that appeal to one or more of the five senses
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