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English Terms

-Her- Meaning "to stick"
-Voc- Meaning "to call"
Adjective Describes a noun or pronoun
Allegory A literary technique of extending a metaphor through an entrie poem or story so that objects, persons, and actions in the text are equated with meanings that lie outside the text
Appositive A noun or noun phrase that gives further detail or explanation of the noun next to it
Cliche Means something that is overused
Co- Meaning "together"
Coherence The clear and orderly presentation of ideas in a paragraph or essay
Definition Essay A type of expository writing that explains, or defines, what a topic means
Formal Style Shows care and appropriate language
Informal Style Can be used in texting or conversation
Negate To deny or make ineffective
Noun Names a person, place, thing, idea or state of being
Pro- Means "forth," "before," or "forward"
Thesis States the writer's position on the topic of the essay; the controlling idea of the essay
Verb Expresses action or a state of being
What does TP-CASTT stand for? Title, Paraphrase, Connotation, Attitude, Shifts, Title, Theme
What does TLQC stand for? Transition, Lead, Quote, Citation
Created by: Holilei