AHSGE Language/Reading Vocabulary

AHSGE Language/Reading Vocabulary

AHSGE Language/Reading Vocabulary Al lit er a tion

An to nym

Co no ta tion De no ta tion

De no ta tion

Di a lect Dic tion

Language Formal Language

Informal Language

Idiom Imagery

Metaphor

Simile Pronunciation

Stem (root word)

Style Synonym

Antonym

Syntax Tense shift

Word choice

Passive voice Active voice

appositive

Comma splice Complex sentence

Compound sentence

Compound -complex sentence Conjunctive adverb

imperative

Independent clause Interrogative sentence

Parrellelism

Passive voice preposition

Run-on sentence

Sentence fragment Simple sentence

Subordinate clause

argument Cause and effect

Chronological order

Sequential Order Logical order

FACT

Opinion Paragraph

Paraphrase

Point of View 1st person

3rd person Omniscient

Run-on Sentence

Thesis Sentence Topic sentence

apostrophe

brackets capitalization

colon

comma comma

Comma splice conjunction

modifiers Misplaced modifiers

Dangling modifiers

dialogue Ellipsis marks

italics

parentheses pronouns

Personal pronouns Possessive pronouns

Pronoun antecedent agreement

Pronoun case Proper noun

Quotation marks

pronoun Reflexive pronoun

Relative pronoun colon

Semi-colon

Verb tense Fallacy

character

reasoning Inductive reasoning

Deductive reasoning hyperbole

logic

Logical fallacy mood

overstatement

personification plot

mood

setting theme

tone

almanac anecdote

appendix

atlas caption

Card catalog

Compare and contrast context

footnote

Glossary graphic

illustration

index map

Order of importance

Readers guide Table of contents

infer

inference Central message

Central idea

climax denouement

exposition

Omniscient resolution

Rising action

summarize Supporting evidence

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