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English 2 - 1st Quarter Reviewer

English 2 - 1st Quarter Reviewer

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English 2 //
1
st
Quarter
SY 2011 - 2012
 
 © PAT RIVERA
 
Language
- medium of communication
y
 
Speaking
y
 
L
istening
y
 
Wr 
iting
y
 
Reading
Compo
nents
of
a Language
1.
 
G
amma
-
ules gove
ning thelanguage2.
 
L
ite
atu
e - o
al and w
itten wo
k ofa language
W
hy we have t
o
Study English
1.
 
G
lobal
L
anguage2.
 
Used fo
t
ade andCommunication3.
 
L
anguage of Science andTechnology4.
 
Medium of Inst
uction
Linguistics
- study of a language
y
 
Phonology
y
 
Mo
phology
y
 
Ph
aseology
y
 
Syntax
Parts
of
S
p
eech
y
 
N
ouns - identifies people,animals, place, event o
 thing
y
 
Ve
bs - states action o
 occu
rr 
ence
y
 
P
onouns - a wo
d thatcan function itself as anoun ph
ase
y
 
Adve
b - a wo
d o
ph
asethat modifies o
qualifiedas an adjective
y
 
Adjectives - a wo
d o
 ph
ase naming anatt
ibute
y
 
P
eposition - a wo
dusually p
eceding a nouno
a p
onoun and
elatesin position o
distance
y
 
Inte
 jection - an ab
upt
ema
F
igures
of
S
p
eech
y
 
Simile
y
 
Pe
sonification
y
 
H
ype
bole
y
 
Apost
ophe
y
 
Pe
sonification
y
 
Pa
adox
y
 
Metonymy
y
 
I
ony
y
 
Synecdoche
y
 
L
itotes
y
 
Antithesis
y
 
O
 xymo
on
Literature
-
 
´The total preserved writingsbelonging to a given language or people.µ
-
 
´The class or the total writings of agiven country or period, which isnotable for literary form or expression, as distinguished on theother hand, from works merelytechnical or erudite and, on theother from journalistic or other ephemeral writings.µ
 -
W
ebste
 
-
 
´Consists of those writings whichinterpret the meanings of natureand life, in words of power,touched with the personality of theauthor, in artistic forms of permanence.µ
-
H
en
y Van DykeDivisions of
L
ite
atu
e
y
 
Poet
y
y
 
P
ose
y
 
D
ama
P
o
etry
 
-
 
Rhythmic imaginative languageexp
essing the thought,imagination, taste, passion andinsight of the human soul. Itspu
pose is ´enth
allmentµ.Elements of Poet
y1.
 
Rhythm -
egula
 
ecu
rr 
ence ofst
essed and unst
essed, long andsho
t, o
high-pitched and low-pitched syllables c
eating a
pattern
.2.
 
Image
y - measu
ed patte
n o
 g
ouping of syllables, acco
ding toaccent and length. A g
oup o
 met
ic feet fo
ms a
poetic line or verse
. A g
oup of poetic lines o
 ve
ses is called a
 stanza.
 3.
 
MeaningFou
Basic Patte
ns of Feet1.
 
The
L
amb (
L
ambic Foot)2.
 
The Anapest (Anapestic Foot)3.
 
T
ochus (T
ochaic Foot)4.
 
Dactyl (Dactylic Foot)
y
 
L
amb - x|x|x|x|
y
 
Anapest - xx|xx|xx|
y
 
T
ochus - |x|x|x|x
y
 
Dactyl -|xx|xx|xx

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