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Language

TermDefinition
Possessive pronoun
Connection
Possessive noun Shows possessive over something
Objective noun Personnel pronoun direct or indirect object or verb or proposition
Subjective noun Takes place of the noun in the sentence
Moods How the words make you feel
Denotation The dictionary definition of the word
Restrictive Word groups that are necessary to the meaning of the sentence not set apart by commas dashes etc....
Nonrestrictive Information to the sentence usually to the noun or pronoun set apart by commas dashes etc....
Argument A point of view supported by details in an effort to convince or persuade.
Claim To state something as fact
Audience The intended readers or listeners of a piece of work or performance.
Counter argument The claim made to oppose the original claim.
Rebuttal Response proofing the counter argument is incorrect.
Persuasion To argue a viewpoint with the intention convincing others to agree
Bias Favor one view over another
Textual The details in text that support a claim or an opinion
Idiom An expression that says one thing but means something else.
Imagery Words and phrases that appeal to the five senses.
Created by: Pstee