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final exam words

symbolize be a symbole of
infer to suggest about
theme idea
metaphor comparing without like or ass
narrator reads as the author to the reader
stanza paragragh of a poem/section of one seporated by gaps top/jbottom
enhance to make better
simile comparison using like or as
valid true correct
reliaable trustworthy
opposing oposites arguement vs argument
argument a reason or set of reasons given with the aim of persuading others that an action or idea is right or wrong.
informal/formal informal=info / formal=prefessional
credible truthful
implied suggested but not directly expressed; implicit.
opinion judgment, viewpoint, or statement about matters commonly considered to be subjective
installed put on
validity how truthful/real something is
rebuttal a refutation or contradiction
Created by: everett.burch