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The Oxford Language Study Terms

The Oxford Language Study Terms

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Language study termsKnowing these 80 words will be useful in your study of English and will also help you to use the Oxford Advanced Learner
s Dictionary more effectively. It includes words to do with grammar, pronunciation and punctuation.abbreviation n.active adj., n.adjective n.adverb n.apostrophe n.article n.auxiliary (also auxiliary verb) n.bracket n.clause n.colon n.comma n.comparative adj., n.compound n., adj.conditional adj., n.conjunction n.consonant n.contraction n.countable adj.continuous progressivederivative n.determiner n.dialect n.entry n.exclamation n.exclamation mark (especially BrE) (NAmE usually exclamation point) n.figurative adj.full stop (BrE) n.gerund n.hyphen n.idiom n.imperative adj., n.indirect speech reported speechinfinitive n.inverted commas quotation marksironic adj.irregular adj.literal adj.literary adj.modal n.noun n.object n.ordinal n.paragraph n.parenthesis n.part of speech (also word class) n.participle n.particle n.passive adj., n.perfect adj.period (NAmE) n.phrasal verb n.plural n., adj.possessive adj., n.prefix n.

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