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4th Grade Test Prep.

These words and definitions have been taught throughout the year.

TermDefinition
1st person The character is telling the story. I, me, my will be used
3rd person A narrator is telling the story. He, she, they will be used
2nd person Usually an opinion piece. The narrator is talking to YOU
Prefix Short piece that comes of the beginning of a word.
Suffix Shore piece that comes at the end of the word.
Synonym Words that mean the same
Antonym Words that mean the opposite
Summarize (fiction) Tells who, what, where, when, how. Usually 2-3 sentences
Conflict Problem
Resolution Solution
Climax The most exciting part of a story
Theme Message, moral, lesson
Stanza Paragraph for a poem
Inference Using your schema+ text to draw a conclusion
Caption Words to describe a picture
Character Animal, object, person in a story
Dialogue When two characters talk
Cast The characters in a drama
Drama Play
Personification Giving and object human like traits
Simile Comparing using like or as
Metaphor Comparing without using like or as
Alliteration Beginning of the words sound the same
Hyperbole Exaggeration
Free Verse Type of poem that doesn't rhyme
Prose Story (not drama or poetry)
Created by: hodgejl2
 

 



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