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ENGLISH SEM 1 (roots and literary terms)
Cand
Foli
Fund
Onoma
To burn
Leaf
Source/basis
Name
Cand
To burn
Foli
Leaf
PAP english vocab, literary terms, and roots
Burly
condemn
divert
elated
husky, brawny, muscular
denounce, criticize, judge against
deflect, turn aside
excited, uplifted, exultant
Burly
husky, brawny, muscular
condemn
denounce, criticize, judge against
38 terms
English Midterm- Latin Roots & Literary Terms
Accreditation
Credence
Theology
Divinity
To authorize; to certify; to believe
Belief; acceptance as true
The study of religion
A god or goddess; a divine being
Accreditation
To authorize; to certify; to believe
Credence
Belief; acceptance as true
54 terms
English Midterm- Latin Roots & Literary Terms
Accreditation
Credence
Theology
Divinity
To authorize; to certify; to believe
Belief; acceptance as true
The study of religion
A god or goddess; a divine being
Accreditation
To authorize; to certify; to believe
Credence
Belief; acceptance as true
24 terms
English Final Root Words and Literary Terms
MAL
LUM
AB
TRANS
Bad
Light
Separate
Move
MAL
Bad
LUM
Light
73 terms
2016 English Final: Words, Roots, Literary Terms
fallacy
hyperbole
formidable
deprecate
a mistaken notion; a misconception
extreme exaggeration for effect and not meant to be taken lit…
arousing fear or awe
to express strong disapproval of
fallacy
a mistaken notion; a misconception
hyperbole
extreme exaggeration for effect and not meant to be taken lit…
English final: Literary Terms/ Root Vocab
BELL
PAC/PEAS
THE/THEO
PROB/PROV
War
Peace
God
Prove
BELL
War
PAC/PEAS
Peace
12 terms
English Literary Terms
Conflict
man vs. man conflict
man vs. nature
man vs. self
The problem in a story
when two or more people are against each other
when a character is struggling to survive in the enviornment
when the character is struggling with their thoughts, feeling…
Conflict
The problem in a story
man vs. man conflict
when two or more people are against each other
24 terms
English 1 Literary Terms
allusion
antagonist
climax
conflict
reference to a piece of music, art, historical event, or anot…
character or force in conflict with the main character
when the reader's interest and emotional intensity reach the…
A struggle between two opposing forces
allusion
reference to a piece of music, art, historical event, or anot…
antagonist
character or force in conflict with the main character
English Final Quizlet: Root words, Propaganda, and possible literary terms
Name calling
Emotional appeal
Either or fallacy
Plain folks
Used to make us form a judgment without examining the evidenc…
Appeals to our emotions. Says "if you don't do this something…
When there are only two positions in a given argument.
Device used mainly by politicians, they appear to be common p…
Name calling
Used to make us form a judgment without examining the evidenc…
Emotional appeal
Appeals to our emotions. Says "if you don't do this something…
33 terms
English Literary Terms 2016
alliteration
antagonist
author's purpose
climax
when two or more words in a group of words begin with the sam…
(the bad guy) the opponent or enemy of the main character or…
why it was written; ... 1. INFORM the reader by teaching about s…
the point in the writing at which the reader is experiencing…
alliteration
when two or more words in a group of words begin with the sam…
antagonist
(the bad guy) the opponent or enemy of the main character or…
24 terms
English 9 Literary Terms
Plot
External conflict
Character
Setting
Sequence of events that make up a story
Struggle against an outside force.
A person, animal or force in the story.
The time and place of a story.
Plot
Sequence of events that make up a story
External conflict
Struggle against an outside force.
13 terms
English 10 Literary Terms
symbol
imagery
theme
motif
A concrete person, place, or object used to represent an abst…
Words or phrases a writer selects to create a certain picture…
A statement about life a particular work is expressing, centr…
An often repeated idea or theme in literature; an object, des…
symbol
A concrete person, place, or object used to represent an abst…
imagery
Words or phrases a writer selects to create a certain picture…
16 terms
English 3 - Literary Terms
imagery
annotating
repetition
parallelism
Description that appeals to the senses (sight, sound, smell,…
Marks in the margin as you read that summarize material=your…
Repeated use of sounds, words, or ideas for effect and emphasis
Phrases or sentences of a similar construction/meaning placed…
imagery
Description that appeals to the senses (sight, sound, smell,…
annotating
Marks in the margin as you read that summarize material=your…
24 terms
English 9 Literary Terms
Plot
External conflict
Character
Setting
Sequence of events that make up a story
Struggle against an outside force.
A person, animal or force in the story.
The time and place of a story.
Plot
Sequence of events that make up a story
External conflict
Struggle against an outside force.
Literary Terms - English 10
hero
villain
setting
tone
The good person in the story (héros, héroe, بطل)
The bad person in the story (scélérat, villano, الوغد)
The time and place of a story (el escenario, la mise, خلفية
How a story makes you feel (le ton, el tono, مزاج)
hero
The good person in the story (héros, héroe, بطل)
villain
The bad person in the story (scélérat, villano, الوغد)
PAP English 2: Winter Semester Review - Literary Terms and Roots
Conceit
Metonymy
Paradox
Synecdoche
a comparison of two unlikely things that is drawn out within…
a figure of speech that substitutes something closely related…
a seemingly contradictory statement which is nevertheless true
the use of a poet to represent the whole or vice versa
Conceit
a comparison of two unlikely things that is drawn out within…
Metonymy
a figure of speech that substitutes something closely related…
51 terms
English midterm literary terms
Dynamic character
Protaganist
Round character
Flat character
A character who changes over the course of a story... -Rainsford…
Main character in a literary work ... -Madame Loisel from "The N…
A well developed character who has many qualities, complex... -S…
One dimensional character who only has one quality, simple... -S…
Dynamic character
A character who changes over the course of a story... -Rainsford…
Protaganist
Main character in a literary work ... -Madame Loisel from "The N…
15 terms
AP English Vocab/ Latin and Greek Roots/ Literary Terms (Week 21)
Pac (pax)
Par
Pat
Path
peace... pacify
to give birth... parents, postpartum
father... paternal
suffer... pathology
Pac (pax)
peace... pacify
Par
to give birth... parents, postpartum
English 9 Literary Terms
Alliteration
Allusion
Antagonist
Autobiography
It is a stylistic device in which a number of words, having t…
A brief and indirect reference to a person, place, thing or i…
A character or force in conflict with the main character.
An account of a person's life written by that person
Alliteration
It is a stylistic device in which a number of words, having t…
Allusion
A brief and indirect reference to a person, place, thing or i…
30 terms
English Literary Terms
Irony
Character Foil
Denouement
Dynamic Character
The opposite of what is expected
Character whose traits are in direct contrast with those of t…
Set of events that occur after climax (resolution)
Character changes as the story goes on
Irony
The opposite of what is expected
Character Foil
Character whose traits are in direct contrast with those of t…
Literary terms/roots
ROOT- agi, act, ig
TEST TERM- infrence
PREFIX- mono.
ROOT- anim/anima
To do, act, set in motion.
Arriving on a conclusion based on evidence.
one, only, single.
life
ROOT- agi, act, ig
To do, act, set in motion.
TEST TERM- infrence
Arriving on a conclusion based on evidence.
564 terms
Vocab/Roots/Literary Terms
accrue- definition
accrue- antonyms
feckless- definition
feckless- antonyms
to increase, accumulate, gain
to lose
useless, unproductive
useful, productive
accrue- definition
to increase, accumulate, gain
accrue- antonyms
to lose
Literary Terms - English 2
simile
conflict
hyperbole
theme
comparing two things using LIKE or AS
the problems or complications in the story
exaggeration of the truth for effect
the idea the author is trying to get across or teach the reader
simile
comparing two things using LIKE or AS
conflict
the problems or complications in the story
123 terms
KIST English Literary Terms
ALLEGORY
ALLITERATION
ALLUSION
AMBIGUITY
story or poem in which characters, settings, and events stand…
repetition of the same or similar consonant sounds in words t…
reference to someone or something that is known from history,…
deliberately suggesting two or more different, and sometimes…
ALLEGORY
story or poem in which characters, settings, and events stand…
ALLITERATION
repetition of the same or similar consonant sounds in words t…
198 terms
English Literary Terms
active voice
allegory
alliteration
allusion
Describes the relationship between the action (and state) tha…
An extended narrative, which carries a second meaning along w…
The repetition of similar consonant sounds at the beginning o…
Referring metaphorically to persons, places, and things from…
active voice
Describes the relationship between the action (and state) tha…
allegory
An extended narrative, which carries a second meaning along w…
34 terms
English Literary Terms
A story meant to be told on a symbolic…
The repetition of initial consonant so…
A reference to someone or something fa…
Description of a character mentally, p…
Allegory
Alliteration
Allusion
Characterization
A story meant to be told on a symbolic…
Allegory
The repetition of initial consonant so…
Alliteration
English II Literary Terms
Figurative Language
Literal Meaning
Literal Meaning
Figurative Meaning
words or phrases that describe one thing in terms of another…
what is actually being said
"Don't be so down in the dumps" Litterally: get out of the ga…
what is being implied or suggested
Figurative Language
words or phrases that describe one thing in terms of another…
Literal Meaning
what is actually being said
171 terms
AP English Literary Terms
Interpretation
Analysis
Denotation
Connotation
process of examining details of something in order to make se…
examination of the parts of something to discover relationshi…
the object or idea-the referent-that a word represents
the subjective, emotional associations that a word has for a…
Interpretation
process of examining details of something in order to make se…
Analysis
examination of the parts of something to discover relationshi…
198 terms
English 12 Literary Terms
active voice
allegory
alliteration
allusion
Describes the relationship between the action (and state) tha…
An extended narrative, which carries a second meaning along w…
The repetition of similar consonant sounds at the beginning o…
Referring metaphorically to persons, places, and things from…
active voice
Describes the relationship between the action (and state) tha…
allegory
An extended narrative, which carries a second meaning along w…
English I Literary Terms & Devices
Alliteration
Consonant
Allusion
Hyperbole
The repetition of sounds, especially initial consonant sounds…
letters that are not vowels (b,c,d,f,g,h,j...)
A direct or indirect reference to something which is presumab…
A figure of speech using deliberate exaggeration or overstate…
Alliteration
The repetition of sounds, especially initial consonant sounds…
Consonant
letters that are not vowels (b,c,d,f,g,h,j...)
English 12 Literary Terms
rhetoric
oratory
bias
objective
the art of effective or persuasive speaking or writing
skill or eloquence in public speaking
prejudice in favor of or against one thing, person, or group
not influenced by personal feelings or opinions
rhetoric
the art of effective or persuasive speaking or writing
oratory
skill or eloquence in public speaking
29 terms
Literary Terms - English 1
Simile
Metaphor
Personification
Hyperbole
A comparison between two or more items using 'like' or 'as'
A comparison between two unlike things that share something i…
Giving human characteristics to something that isn't human
The use of exaggeration to make a point or stress an idea
Simile
A comparison between two or more items using 'like' or 'as'
Metaphor
A comparison between two unlike things that share something i…
22 terms
English 7 Literary Terms
climax
protagonist
theme
characterization
the turning point, the point of highest tension in a story
main or central character in a story
central idea of a work of literature, it is a sentence about…
the act of creating convincing characters. Authors do this th…
climax
the turning point, the point of highest tension in a story
protagonist
main or central character in a story
36 terms
Literary Terms English
Allusion
Characterization
Conflict
External Conflict
a brief reference to a person, event, or place, real or ficti…
the techniques a writer uses to create and develop a characte…
the struggle between two opposing forces that is the basis of…
occurs between a character and any force outside him/herself.…
Allusion
a brief reference to a person, event, or place, real or ficti…
Characterization
the techniques a writer uses to create and develop a characte…
English 1A roots Touching Sprit Bear Literary Terms
Plot
Conflict
Climax
Exposing
How the story is organized/ the events that happen to determi…
Any struggle between opposing forces
The high point of the story where the conflict reaches its peak
Introduction of the main character, story setting ,and conflict
Plot
How the story is organized/ the events that happen to determi…
Conflict
Any struggle between opposing forces
English I Literary Terms
mood
exposition
rising action
climax
a feeling created by the author
beginning of the story where characters and setting are intro…
events that happen in a story that lead up to the climax
the most exciting part of the story; where we learn the outcome
mood
a feeling created by the author
exposition
beginning of the story where characters and setting are intro…
15 terms
English Literary Terms
Setting
Plot
Conflict
Theme
The time and place where a story is set
The sequence of important events (exposition, rising action c…
The problem of a story
The life lesson that a reader learns from a story.
Setting
The time and place where a story is set
Plot
The sequence of important events (exposition, rising action c…
13 terms
English Literary Terms
plot
exposition
rising action
climax
Sequence of events in a story
Beginning of a story
Events leading up to the climax
Most exciting moment of the story; turning point
plot
Sequence of events in a story
exposition
Beginning of a story
24 terms
English Literary Terms
Plot
External conflict
Character
Setting
Sequence of events that make up a story
Struggle against an outside force.
A person, animal or force in the story.
The time and place of a story.
Plot
Sequence of events that make up a story
External conflict
Struggle against an outside force.
39 terms
English 1 Literary Terms
Plot
Exposition
Rising Action
Climax
Structure of a story
Beginning of a story... This is where you get background informa…
Between the exposition and the climax... This is where the confl…
The turning point of the story... Where the conflict or a charac…
Plot
Structure of a story
Exposition
Beginning of a story... This is where you get background informa…
27 terms
English 1 Literary Terms
plot
sequence
conflict
exposition
the series of related actions or events in a literary work
the arrangement of events in a literary work
struggle between opposing forces; any problem that must be so…
establishes the setting, identifies the characters, introduce…
plot
the series of related actions or events in a literary work
sequence
the arrangement of events in a literary work
69 terms
English 8 Literary Terms
Alliteration
Allusion
Audience
Cliche
Repeating the sound of a consonant in close proximity to each…
A casual reference in literature to a person, place, event, o…
The person(s) reading the text, seeing the performance, or he…
An overused expression that may have been so overused that it…
Alliteration
Repeating the sound of a consonant in close proximity to each…
Allusion
A casual reference in literature to a person, place, event, o…
63 terms
Literary terms for English
antagonist
atmosphere
characterization
climax
a major character who opposes the protagonist, or main charac…
the overall feeling of a work, related to tone and mood
the means by which a writer creates a fictional person; how a…
the point at which the action in a story or play reaches its…
antagonist
a major character who opposes the protagonist, or main charac…
atmosphere
the overall feeling of a work, related to tone and mood
24 terms
Literary Terms English 2
Point of View
Setting
Simile
Theme
The lens through which a reader sees a story
The location and time that the story takes place
A figure of speech in which two unlike things are compared. U…
A unifying or dominate idea, motif, ect.
Point of View
The lens through which a reader sees a story
Setting
The location and time that the story takes place
198 terms
English 12 Literary Terms
active voice
allegory
alliteration
allusion
Describes the relationship between the action (and state) tha…
An extended narrative, which carries a second meaning along w…
The repetition of similar consonant sounds at the beginning o…
Referring metaphorically to persons, places, and things from…
active voice
Describes the relationship between the action (and state) tha…
allegory
An extended narrative, which carries a second meaning along w…
21 terms
English 9 Literary Terms
aliteration
allusion
antagonist
dynamic setting
the repetition of consonant sounds at the beginnings of words
the reference to a famous work of literature or historical ev…
the character who opposes the main character
central to a story; it cannot take place in another time in p…
aliteration
the repetition of consonant sounds at the beginnings of words
allusion
the reference to a famous work of literature or historical ev…
15 terms
Literary Terms (English 7)
resolution
foreshadowing
plot
direct characterization
the outcome of the conflict in a story's plot
use of clues to hint at what might happen later in a story
the sequence of related events in a story
when a writer directly states the character's traits
resolution
the outcome of the conflict in a story's plot
foreshadowing
use of clues to hint at what might happen later in a story
28 terms
Literary Terms (English 10)
flat character
setting
internal conflict
atmosphere
a character appearing to have only one or two character traits
time and place of a story's action
source of tension that comes from within a character
the mood or the overall feeling in a story
flat character
a character appearing to have only one or two character traits
setting
time and place of a story's action
52 terms
English 11- Literary Terms
Alliteration
Allusion
Analogy
Assonance
The repetition of initial consonant sounds in accented syllab…
A reference to a well known person, place, event, literary wo…
An extended comparison of relationships. Based on the idea or…
The repetition of vowel sounds in stressed syllables containi…
Alliteration
The repetition of initial consonant sounds in accented syllab…
Allusion
A reference to a well known person, place, event, literary wo…
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