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Conclusion THIS is a decision based on careful consideration of facts and observations.
Conflict THIS is the tension or problem in the story.
Conflict Resolution THIS is the part of the plot in which the problem of the story is resolved or worked out.
Connotation THIS is the idea and feeling associated with a word as opposed to only its literal dictionary definition. (old/vintage)
Consonance THIS is the repetition of a consonant sound, especially at the end of words.
Denotation THIS is the exact dictionary meaning of a word.
Details THESE help the reader better understand the topic sentence or main idea.
Dialogue THESE are words spoken between characters.
Direct Characterization THIS occurs when the author directly states a character's traits or makes direct comments about a character's nature.
Drama THIS is a story about human emotions or humanity, which is written with the purpose of being acted out by performers.
Fable THIS is a very short story used to teach a moral lesson.
Fairy Tale THIS is an old story that was passed down by word of mouth for many of years before finally being written down.
Falling Action THIS is the series of events that take place after the climax and lead to the resolution or conclusion.
Fantasy THESE stories are fictional, unlikely tales that have strange or imagined characters, places, and events.
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