Words Words #2 Words #3 Words #4 Words #5
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What is Allusion
An indirect reference to or mention of something.
100
What is Idiom
A phrase that cannot be understood by understanding the meaning of each of its words for example hit the sack meaning to go asleep.
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What is Parable
A short story to give a lesson
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What is Word Play
Clever or subtle repartee
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What is Quote
Repeat or copy out (a group of words from a text or speech), typically with an indication that one is not the original author or speaker.
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What is Characterize
To describe the particular character or qualities or a certain character.
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What is Comparing 2 things using like or as.
Metaphor
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What is Personification
A person to be considered a perfect example or embodied of some quality or other extractions
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What is Appendix
A section at the end of a book or magazine article that gives more information
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What is Falling Action
After the Climax is what happens to the main character after he solves the story
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What is Chronological
According to the order in which thing happen.
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What is Narrate
To tell the tale or give an account of.
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What is Persuasive
Having the ability to cause another to do or believe something
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What is Debate
A discussion of two groups or two people that disagree on something important
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What is Memo
A short piece of info to get people up to speed
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What is A secondary meaning or implication of a word or expression, in addition to its primary meaning.
Connotation
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What is Onomatopoeia
Sounds to make writing more interesting.
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What is Primary Source
First or highest rank or importance
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What is Exposition
A statement with many details that is used to explain something
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What is suspence
When there is a lot of pressure on you making a decision
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What is Foreshadowing
Giving little hints in the book to show what might happen or is going to happen.
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What is Thesis Paper
Is a test or that is 15 pages school
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What is Pun
Play on words
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What is Hyperbole
Exaggerated statements or claims not meant to be taken literally.
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What is Present Tense
A verb showing something that is happening




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