1. ascribe(v): to believe or say that something was caused by a particular thing
~The girl ascribed her little sister for the broken glass.
2. cavalier(adj):showing an arrogant or jaunty disregard or lack of respect for
AP ENG. / Carpenter
Title and Author of Book: Little Women by Louisa May Alcott
Number of pages read: 456
1. Introduce the author and book. Discuss historical background of the novel
a. Luisa May Alcott wrote Little Women. Alcott was born in
B. Rhetorical analysis: Answer the following questions:
21. Name at least two different ways that a writer pre~ents his ethos (credibility). .
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2. ambivalence(n): the presence of two opposing ideas attitude or emotions
at the same time
-The ambivalence of the unsure
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English AP 11
Vocabulary Test 3
f~EVIEW #3: Match the word with its definition.
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to cancel; undo
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to attribute to a specific
A: to improve or inten
1. gullible(adj): tending to trust and believe people, and therefore easily tricked or
-7 Every child is gullible by believing any fairytale they are told.
2. mawkish(adj): sent
1. abate(v): to lessen or make something lessen gradually
-7She abated the amount of candies in the jar as she ate one right after
2. aesthetic(adj): pleasing in appearance
-7The aesthetic draw