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English MP1

Everything for English

What is Exposition? The start of the story, the situation before the action.
Rising Action? The series of conflicts and crisis in the story that lead to the climax.
Climax? turning point, the most intense moment- either mentally or in action.
Falling action? All of the action, which follows the climax.
Resolution? The conclusion, the tying together of all threads.
You, she, he, they, nouns, I, we. Are what? Pronouns.
This modifies a verb? Adverb.
This modifies a noun? Adjective.
What kind, how many, which one, whose? Adjective.
How, how much, when and where? Adverb.
7 generalizations of change? Orderly, Negative, positive,time,man made,random, natural.
What is a good character called. Protagonist.
What is a bad character called. Antagonist.
Emma is a? pronoun.
Simile? a comparison using like or as.
Metaphor A comparison NOT using like or as.
what is an? adjective.
what is a? adjective.
what is the? adjective.
This modifies a verb, adjective or an other adverb. Adverb.
person vs. society. The protagonist is having trouble fitting in.
Created by: hcps-peddis03