Accent- Regional pronunciation
Address- the way the writer or speaker talks to audience, formality, respect, status, relationship.
Adajacency pairs- utterance and its response.
Adjactive- describes a noun
Adverb- describes a verb
Alliterartion- repitition of sounds at the begining of the word.
Ananphoric refernce- refers to something metioned before.
Antonym- opposite meanings.
Assonace- rep of the same vowels.
Articulate- fluent and effective
Chronological- language which gives the order of events
Cliche- this is a saying, idiom or image, has no meaning due to it being overused
Cohenrent- whether it is fluent
Collaboration- when the speakers support eachother
Colloquial- this is non-standard English
Comparatives- adjectives which compare- er or more
Connective- joins main clauses
Connotes- attaches a meaning
Context- the situation
Declarative- this is statement written as a fact
Denotes- literal meaning
Descriptive language- creates an image, visage
Determiner- I a these provide numbers
Dialogue - This is the conversation
Discoure markers- taking control of the conversation- well, now ect
Dominance- leading the convo
Dramatic language- language which is lively
Elision- omission of the sounds 'can't'
Ellipsis- omission of the words- what yu up 2 (are)
Exclamative - denotes emotion
Feedback- response, utterance
Figuartive language- metaphor, similie, personfication
Filler- words used instead of a pause- yeah
Formal lexis- authority
Hedging- making it sound less serious, hiding true thoughts
Idiolect- person's disctintive way of speaking
idiom- common expression
Imagery- metaphors ect
Inclusive address- we us our
Intiate- start the converstion
Intensifier- very , emphasis
Interrogative- a question
Irony- opposite of reality
Metaphor- one thing is said to be something else.
Modal verbs- will, shall , ought
Non- fluency features- false starts, repairs, UI
Non- standard english- Informal
Objective- Not personal
Onomatopoeia - creates the sound
Oxymoron- combination of contradictory words
Pace- speed in which language is spoken
Paradox- statement which appears contradictory
Parenthesis- brackets, dashes, commas, or ellipsis marks - separate info.
Personfication- Something non - human given human qualities
Politeness strategies- avoids causing offence
Prescriptive- focues on what is right and wrong
Pronouns, 1- I, we , you. 2- me, you, him. 3. mine, our, her
Prosodic features- stress, pitch , tone
Questions- closed, open, rhetorica, interrogative, tag.
R's T's V's
Register- the type and tone
Rhetoric - dramatic and persuavive
Rhyme - Rhythm
Tone- how it spoken
Vague language- unclear
Voice filled pause- um
Satire- irony, sarcasm
Sibiliance- words containing hissing
Similie- is like
superlative- adjectives which end in -est or have -most
Synonym- different words same meanings
Synatical parallelism- rep of the same structure