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Lesson 2 Vocabulary. Loqui - from Latin Meaning: “to speak”. Noun - an act of talking to oneself; lines in a drama in which character reveals thoughts to audience. Noun - an act of talking to oneself; lines in a drama in which character reveals thoughts to audience. Soliloquy.

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Lesson 2 Vocabulary

Loqui - from Latin

Meaning: “to speak”


Noun - an act of talking to oneself; lines in a drama in which character reveals thoughts to audience.


Noun - an act of talking to oneself; lines in a drama in which character reveals thoughts to audience.

Soliloquy


Adjective - relating to talking while sleeping


Adjective - relating to talking while sleeping

Somniloquent


Noun - a person who can speak in such a way that it seems his voice comes from another source.


Noun - a person who can speak in such a way that it seems his voice comes from another source.

Ventriloquist


Noun - a conference, a dialogue, a formal conversation


Noun - a conference, a dialogue, a formal conversation

Colloquy


Adjective - relating to informal language, slang.


Adjective - relating to informal language, slang.

Colloquial


Adjective - pompous, showy, relating to use of big words for show


Adjective - pompous, showy, relating to use of big words for show

Grandiloquent


Noun - verbal abuse of person or thing


Noun - verbal abuse of person or thing

Obloquy


Adjective - talkative


Adjective - talkative

Loquacious


Noun - an indirect answer, evasive language; “beating around the bush.”


Noun - an indirect answer, evasive language; “beating around the bush.”

Circumlocution


Noun - the art of public speaking


Noun - the art of public speaking

Elocution


Adjective - characteristic of fluency, force or impression; beautiful, impressive language.


Adjective - characteristic of fluency, force or impression; beautiful, impressive language.

Eloquent


Adjective - pompous, showy; relating to use of big words for show.


Adjective - pompous, showy; relating to use of big words for show.

Magniloquent


Noun - informal conversation between two or more people


Noun - informal conversation between two or more people

Interlocution


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