Keywords for Exam

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Connotation (ONLY ON PHOTOS)
Implications and associations apart from its literal meaning
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Oxymoron
A combination of two words that appear to contradict each other, for example: a pointless point of view; bittersweet
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Elision
Used to mimic natural shortened speech e.g. 'going to' changed into 'gonna'
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Taq Questions
"You like mushrooms, don't you?"
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Schema
A sett of expect ions in a given situation
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Discourse
Text type and structure
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Semantics
The literal meaning
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Pragmatics
The implied meaning
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Phonology
Sounds
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Morphology
Word Structure
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Grammar
Genreal English and Sentence Structure
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Nouns
NAMing words
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Verbs
The DOING word
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Adjectives
The DESCRIBING word
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Adverbs
Gives more INFORMATION about a verb
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A combination of two words that appear to contradict each other, for example: a pointless point of view; bittersweet

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Oxymoron

Card 3

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Used to mimic natural shortened speech e.g. 'going to' changed into 'gonna'

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Card 4

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"You like mushrooms, don't you?"

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Card 5

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A sett of expect ions in a given situation

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