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GMAS Argumentative Vocab Review

Quiz by Amanda Cleveland

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  • Q1
    Informational texts
    idea or message is fully stated or revealed by the author
    to come to a reasonable conclusion based on evidence found in the passage
    passages that explain or inform
    30s
  • Q2
    Inference
    idea or message is fully stated or revealed by the author
    to come to a reasonable conclusion based on evidence found in the passage
    passages that explain or inform
    30s
  • Q3
    Explicit
    passages that explain or inform
    to come to a reasonable conclusion based on evidence found in the passage
    idea or message is fully stated or revealed by the author
    30s
  • Q4
    Objective summary
    the most important point or idea that the author is making in a passage
    refer to how ideas influence individuals or events or how individuals influence ideas or events
    an overview of a passage. It captures the main points but does not give every detail and does not include opinions.
    30s
  • Q5
    Central idea
    an overview of a passage. It captures the main points but does not give every detail and does not include opinions.
    the most important point or idea that the author is making in a passage
    refer to how ideas influence individuals or events or how individuals influence ideas or events
    30s
  • Q6
    Tone
    the attitude of an author about a subject or an audience
    a statement that can be proven
    a statement that cannot be proven, as it states an author’s belief or judgment about something.
    30s
  • Q7
    Fact
    a statement that can be proven
    the attitude of an author about a subject or an audience
    a statement that cannot be proven, as it states an author’s belief or judgment about something.
    30s
  • Q8
    Opinion
    a statement that cannot be proven, as it states an author’s belief or judgment about something.
    a statement that can be proven
    the attitude of an author about a subject or an audience.
    30s
  • Q9
    Connotative Meaning
    The meaning of a word as it relates to a specific subject or process.
    Meaning beyond the explicit meaning of a word
    The dictionary definition of a word.
    30s
  • Q10
    Denotative Meaning
    The meaning of a word as it relates to a specific subject or process.
    Meaning beyond the explicit meaning of a word
    The dictionary definition of a word.
    30s
  • Q11
    Organization
    The way in which a passage is structured
    The opinion of the author
    The author’s intention for his or her writing.
    30s
  • Q12
    Author’s Purpose
    The opinion of the author
    The way in which a passage is structured
    The author’s intention for his or her writing.
    30s
  • Q13
    Author’s Point of view
    The way in which a passage is structured
    The author’s intention for his or her writing.
    The opinion of the author
    30s
  • Q14
    Cause/Effect
    a relationship in which one thing causes another thing to happen
    the order in which a series of events happened
    can include chronological order, cause and effect, compare and contrast, order of importance, and problem and solution.
    30s
  • Q15
    Organizational Structure
    can include chronological order, cause and effect, compare and contrast, order of importance, and problem and solution.
    the order in which a series of events happened
    a relationship in which one thing causes another thing to happen.
    30s

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