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Language final 2

Semester 2 final

Alcinous king of the phaeacinas and person to whom odyssueus relates his story
Calypso immortal sea nymph who holds odysseus captive for years
Charybdis dangerous whirpool personified as a female monster
Circe enchantress who lives on the island of Aeaea
Cyclopes race with one eye
Eurylochus odysseus crew
Polyphemus Cyclops and son of Poseidon
Loutus Eaters inhabitants of a land visited by odysseus and crew
Scylla six headed female sea monster
Sirens sea nymph who sing songs to lure men to their death
Teiresias blind prophet from the underworld
Antinous rudest of Penelope’s suitors
Eumaeus odysseus loyal swineherd
Eurycleia odysseus faithful old nurse
Penolope odysseus wife
Telemachus odysseus/ penolope son
Apollo god of sunlight, music, poetry, medicine, law, tending flows
Athena daughter of zeus and goddness of wisdom, skills and warfare who helps heros
Heliols god of sun, another name for Apollo
Poseidon god of the seas and earthquake
Zeus king of the gods
Similie a figure of speech that uses like or as to compare two unlike things
Symbol any person, animal, place, object or event that exist on a literal level within work but also on figurative level
Metaphor a figurative of speech that make comparasion between 2 unlike things
Onomatopoeia use of word or phrase that imitates or suggest the sound of what it describes
Rhyme repetition of the same stressed vowel sounds and any succedding sounds in 2 or more words
Alliteration repition of consonant sounds, generally at the beginning of the word
Assonance repetition of same or similar vowel sound within non-rhyming words
Personification animal, object, a force of nature idea given human characteristic
Chronological relates to time. Ex. After, before during, first, second, third
Spatial rlating to space. Ex. In front of, behind, next
Order of importance ranking. Ex. Better, best, worst
Compare/contrast looking at 2 different things, similar/diff. Ex. Similar, same, equal
Declarative sentence full sentence and statement
Interrogative full sentence asking a question
Run on sentence lacks punctuation
Fragment incomplete sentence
Created by: Brightonvball



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