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TERMS GIVE ME SOME TIPS! SYNONYMS/MEANING PROVIDE EXAMPLES RANDOM
100
They are especially important for indicating the time, manner, place, degree and frequency of something.
Adverbs
100
Does the purpose of the site meet my needs?
Is this a credible author/site?
Does it answer my question?
Is the information current enough?
How to evaluate sources.
100
occurring, found, or done often; prevalent
usual, ordinary, habitual,typical
common
100
Absolutely
Completely
Very
Extremely
Greatly
Totally
Utterly
Highly
Strikingly
Terrifically
Incredibly
Astoundingly
Extraordinarily
Too
So
Rather
Really
Especially
Exceptionally
Particularly
Phenomenally
Outrageously
Fantastically
Never
At all
Dangerously
Seriously
Ever again
Bitterly
Dreadfully
Colossally
Many
Most
Lots of
Numerous
Countless
A majority
Mostly
Various
Give 3 examples of an intensifier.
100
When there is an interval or pause in the event.
When do you use the word continual/ly?
200
A word used to modify or describe a noun or pronoun. They are always near the noun or pronoun they are describing.
Adjectives
200
To paraphrase a source, you have to rewrite a passage without changing the meaning of the original text.
How to paraphrase a source.
200
able to be believed; convincing.
reliable,acceptable
credible
200
spill the beans
Provide an idiomatic expression.
200
Litotes
It is an ironic understatement that uses negative words to create an affirmative statement.
300
An adverb used to give force or emphasis.
Intensifier
300
Use metaphors and puns
Positive colours
Alliteration
Archaic vocabulary
Include five senses
Rhetorical questions
Different Advertising Languages
300
express the meaning of (the writer or speaker or something written or spoken) using different words, especially to achieve greater clarity.
reword,rephrase
paraphrase
300
It's on me.
old as a hill
was not born yesterday
Give an example of a colloquial language.
300
American Psychological Association
APA stands for _________.
400
In the passive voice,the subject is acted upon by the verb
Passive Voice
400
Focus on the subject of your writing.
Imagine this: a story is like a film, descriptive writing is like a photograph.

Focus on all 5 senses and on the use of literary language techniques (e.g. metaphor, similes).

Make sure you make the reader feel like they are there; using the present tense and second person is a good way to do this.

Don’t limit the reader’s visualisation by falling back on proper nouns (such as place names or brand names) – make sure you do the work for them.
How to write a descriptive paragraph.
400
a notice or announcement in a public medium promoting a product, service, or event or publicizing a job vacancy.
notice, commercial, promotion
advertisement
400
YOU GET EXTRA 2 POINTS
YOU ARE ONE LUCKY BEING!
400
Alejandro
What is Teacher Audrey's last name?
500
YOU GET EXTRA 2 POINTS
YOU ARE ONE LUCKY BEING!
500
speak clearly, fluently, and persuasively
don’t get lost or repeat yourself
use eye contact with the audience rather than reading the script
How to be a good debate speaker
500
the practice of taking someone else's work or ideas and passing them off as one's own.
copying, piracy, theft
plagiarism
500
Should animals be used for cosmetic purposes?
Give a debatable topic about animals.Then state your stand about it.
500
Subject + verb + object
What is the format of a sentence in Active Voice?




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