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antecedents An antecedent is a thing that comes before something else. You might think rap music has no historical antecedent, but earlier forms of African American spoken verse go back for centuries.
analyze Analyze means to study or examine something carefully in a methodical way. If you analyze your child's report card, you may determine his strength and weaknesses (and how many times he cut class).
apposition When you put two things right next to each other, you can call that apposition. The apposition of your dog and your cat makes an adorable photograph.
argument An argument is a disagreement between two or more people, but it can also be a statement backed by evidence, like your argument that your school doesn't need a dress code.
audience An audience can be people watching a performance, or an opportunity to speak with someone important, like an audience with your favorite actor at a "meet and greet" event.
citation If you hear you’re getting a citation, wait before bragging about it. A citation can be an official award, but it can also mean something less thrilling, like a summons to appear in court.
claim When you express your right to something, you're making a claim to it, like telling your sister, "This bowl of cereal is mine."
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