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Josie English Terminology Over View of main Sub headings:
Genre, Audience, Purpose, Discourse structure, Pragmatics, Phonology, Syntax,
Lexis, Rhetorical devices, Grammar, Figurative Language and Tone
Adjacency Pairs
Parallel expressions uses between individuals in conversation. Eg) How are you?
/ Fine thanks Contraction Reduced form of a word. Eg) Can't =…

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Adverbs that indicate to what degree. Eg) almost, Nearly, Quite
Personal pronoun
indicates a personal relationship or attachment to subject. Eg) i, me, us, you,
he, she, it
Relative Pronoun
a Pronoun that introduces a relative clause referring to the anecdote -- creates
a complex/compound sentence. Eg) Who, Whom, whose,…

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Josie English Terminology Over View of main Sub headings:
Genre, Audience, Purpose, Discourse structure, Pragmatics, Phonology, Syntax,
Lexis, Rhetorical devices, Grammar, Figurative Language and Tone
Adjacency Pairs
Parallel expressions uses between individuals in conversation. Eg) How are you?
/ Fine thanks Contraction Reduced form of a word. Eg) Can't =…

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Adverbs that indicate to what degree. Eg) almost, Nearly, Quite
Personal pronoun
indicates a personal relationship or attachment to subject. Eg) i, me, us, you,
he, she, it
Relative Pronoun
a Pronoun that introduces a relative clause referring to the anecdote -- creates
a complex/compound sentence. Eg) Who, Whom, whose,…

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