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AP English Vocabulary List #3 First Nine Weeks Fall 2018 Quiz date September 7 A. College Vocabulary 1. Anecdote - a short and amusing or interesting story about a real incident or person. 2. archaic 3. aura 4. baseness 5. cunning 6. exhort (verb); exhortation (noun) 7. indigenous 8. industry 9. mercurial 10. posterity 11. project (verb) 12. rapacious 13. sobriquet 14. uncanny B. Rhetorical and Literary Terms 1. Methods of Development a. Narrative b. Description c. Compare-Contrast d. Cause-and-Effect 2. Narrative Perspective 3. Syntax - Order of words in a sentence 4. Imagery 5. Metaphor 6. Simile - Compare using like or as 7. Analogy - Compare a familiar with unfamiliar 8. Conjunctive adverbs 9. Coordinating conjunctions (FANBOYS) 10. Clause (grammar) - Has a subject and a verb 11. Independent clause - Can stand by itself in a complete sentence
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