English Language Terminology Watch

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Hey! I am trying to learn a load of terminology for the A2 English language exam and didn't know if anyone had any good ways of learning it and any websites to suggest. Thank you!!
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http://www.usingenglish.com/glossary/

This is a glossary of English language and grammar terms. I find the best thing to do is read blogs on linguistics and also read the articles on dictionary.com - they are very interesting.

Studying linguistics is a hobby of mine, so I am nerdishly fascinated by many of these topics.
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Which spec is it for?


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Thank you very much I will have a look, we do study very interesting topics in language! thanks again
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http://www.usingenglish.com/glossary/

This is a glossary of English language and grammar terms. I find the best thing to do is read blogs on linguistics and also read the articles on dictionary.com - they are very interesting.

Studying linguistics is a hobby of mine, so I am nerdishly fascinated by many of these topics.
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It's for AQA A2 English language
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