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quarter 1 vocab.

analyze to examine something in detail
audience the assembled spectators or listeners at a public event, such as a play, movie, concert, or meeting.
qapitalize write or print a word or letters in capital letters.
central idea the dominant impression or the universal, generic truth found in the story
character a person in a story
cite to tell where you got the information
comma ,
conclusion an educated guesse based on information
conotation the scocial meaning of a word
denotation the literal definition of a word
conventions pelling, punctuation, capitalization, and grammar
coordinate adjectives adjectives that appear in sequence with one another to modify the same noun.
elaborate detailed and complicated
elicit to draw forth, evoke
evidence facts or information indicating whether a belief or proposition is true or valid.
formal style Complex – Longer sentences are likely to be more prevalent in formal writing.
inference a guesse based on other facts in a story
main idea the most important part of a story
objective the goal or real way with no fealinf
parts of speech English the main parts of speech are noun, pronoun, adjective, determiner, verb, adverb, preposition, conjunction, and interjection.
plot the main parts of a story in a specific sequence
prefix the beginning part of a word
prewrite what you do before writing so you can get a sense of what you are going to write
puntuate to add puntuation to a word (s)
purpose the reason for which something is done or created
reference cite or source
reflect think deeply or carefully about
relevant having something to do with the story
revise to go back and fix what was wrong
rhyme two or more words with the same sounds
role a part the someone has to follow
stanza a part of a poem
style a way a writer writes
suffix the ending of a word
summary the overall meaning of a passage
supporting details details that suport your main idea
technical meaning the real or correct meaning
theme the life story that a story has
tone the general attitude of a writting
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