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CATS vocab7

Reading Vocab 7

A stated question that is not really intended to be answered but is asked to make a point EX: "Can you afford not to help?" rhetorical question
The word base EX: bio = life, so a biography is the story of a person's life root
To review a passage quickly looking for key information scan
One thing after another in a logical order sequence
The time and place of action in a story (a literary element) setting
To read quickly for the main idea of a passage skim
Terms which refer to a certain content area EX: musical terms used by anyone talking about music, not just by musicians specialized vocabulary
A plan strategy
A syllable (or several syllables) at the end of a word which changes its meaning or part of speech EX: movement suffix
Something which stands for or suggests something else EX: The American flag is a symbol of our patriotism.
Created by: tdick