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EOG vocabulary

QuestionAnswer
alliteration repeating consonants (tounge twisters)
antonymns the opposite
synoynms the same
inerfer answers are not clear
forshadowing looking back in time
tone what the author wants you to feel
setting the place and time of the story
plot what the story is about with the event in order
point of view 1st ,2nd ,and 3rd person
similes use like or as to compare
personification giving human characteristics to an animale, or anything that is not human
theme lesson or main point
onomatopoeia sounds like buzzzzzz ,bang ,and ooooh
idoms expressions like "quiet as a mouse" or "its raining cats and dogs"
evidence a way to prove answers
conflict problems
mood what you feel as you read
main idea what the artical or story is about
details describes look or feeling
atlas maps
dictoinary definitions
fact a statement that is proven
opinion a statement that can't be proven
glossary terms and definitions
table of contents chapters and page numbers
index terms and page numbers
almanac book of facts
Created by: a & a on 2012-05-01



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