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English 3 words

annoate Add explanatory notes to or supply with critical comments.
citation A short note recognizing a source of information.
context The set of facts or circumstances that surround a situation.
explicit Precisely and clearly expressed or readily observable.
fallacy A misconception resulting from incorrect reasoning.
implicit Implied though not directly expressed.
nonfiction Prose writing that is not formed by the imagination.
nuance A subtle difference in meaning or opinion or attitude.
Paradox A statement that contradicts itself.
Pathos A quality that arouses emotions, especially pity or sorrow.
rhetoric Study of the technique for using language effectively.
Sarcasm Witty language used to convey insults or scorn.
Satire Witty language used to convey insults or scorn.
Syntax Studies of the rules for forming admissible sentences.
understatement Something said in a restrained way for ironic contrast.
Created by: Jessdinm