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A Question Flashcard

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Figurative Language Any language that creates images; metaphors, symbolism, similes, personification, pathetic fallacy.
Word classes Different types of words; nouns, verbs, adjectives, ect.
Connotations Underlying meanings of words. Its what a single word/phrase is able to infer e.g. snake=evil,danger.
Semantic fields A set of words, grouped by meaning referring to a specific subject.
Repetition Whereby some words/phrases are repeated
Accent The characteristic pronunciation features and speech rhythms of a speaker usually related to regional or social influences.
Dialect A variety of a particular language characterised by distinctive features of accent, grammar and vocabulary. Used by people from a particular geographical or social group.
Syntax The way words are combines to create sentences.
Punctuation Devises such as commas, fullstops, colons, which help make sense of writing.
Point of view A judgement, opinion, style of writing taken by someone.
Elipsis The omission of a part of a sentence.
Pronoun Instead of using names e.g. he, it. Many different types; possessive, reflexive.
Discourse markers Words/phrases that give structure to speech or writing, enabling a writer or speaker to develop ideas, relate one point to another or move from one idea to the next.
Simple sentences Contains subject and a verb and expresses a complete thought.
Compound sentences Two independent clauses joined together by a conjunction or punctuation.
Complex sentences Consists of an independent clause and a dependent clause. The sentence will only have 1 independent clause but maybe more then 1 dependent clause.
Adjective Describes a noun
Verb Action or being word. Past, present, future, continuous, dynamic, static.
Chaining The linking of adjacency pairs to build up a conversation.
Elision The running together of two words or the omission of parts of words
Hedge Words such as maybe or perhaps used to soften the impact of whats said.
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