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This word means to have consonant sounds in words. Alliteration
this is a characture that is not a human but an obstacle such as force of nature. Antagonist
a word that is an opposite of another word. Antonym
the author's main plot author's purpose
A story of a persons life that was written by anouther person. Autobiography
something that makes something else happen of changes it. cause and biography
the author uses this to help discribe the characture to the reader. characterization
the turning point or the most exciding part of the story. climax
to compare between two or more things. compare and contrast
the end of the story. conclusion
the struggle between opposing forces in literature. conflict
examples are text to slef, text to text, text to world. connections.
info within the words to help the reader understand what the word means. context clues
the actual word that the chature speaks. dialogue
to examine or judge evaluate
what does characture v.s. characture mean? a conflict between charatures.
what does characture v.s. nature a characture between the forces of nature.
what does characture v.s. self usualy takes place with a charature and his self or mind.
the backround info that the author gives to help the reader understand where the characture is or where he is. exposition
to give info on about the topic. Expository text.
a moral or lesson. fable
something that can be proven true or someone else's point of view. fact v.s. opinion
the part of the story which the story calms down or knows what's happening. falling action
any story that is make belive. fiction
language that can be taken literally. figurative language
a charature remembers something in the past. flash back
storys that a past throgh generations folktales
clue that help the reader think that might happen later in the story. forshadowing
when charactures go into different situations. generalization
the types of literature. genre
a diagram that is used to give info. graphic organizer
two or more words that sound alike but have a completly different meaning. homonym
a statment that is used to make a strong effect. imagery
reading between the lines. inference
something silly or has an opposite meaning. irony
to say if it is good or bad. judge.
light or humorous verse limerick
making a coparasion without using like or as. metaphor
the feeling in the story. mood
the speaker of the story narrator
writing that is true. non-fiction
the word taht discibe the sound to express their meaning. onomatopoeia
putting two contradictory words together. oxymoron
to restate in your own words. prephase
to give objects a life like experince. personification
the main point of the story. plot
a litrature that expresses through a rhyhmic pattern. poetry
this shows what the charature sees, feels, ect. point of view
this only shows what the charature sees. third person limited point of veiw.
this show the charature plus the other charatues in the story. third person omnisient point of view.
a hypothis or a guess of what might happen later in the story. prediction
letters added to the begining of the word to change it's meaning. prefix
the central charature that is the good guy. protagonist
your opinon of the story. reaction/react
the end of the story. resolution
the part of the story where the action builds up. rising action
a word to which prefixes and suffixes are added. root word
the order of events in the story occur to the reader. sequential order
where the story takes place. setting
a comparison between two unlike things by using like or as. simle
letter at the end of the word to change their meaning. suffix
to sum up the story. summarizing
detail to support the passage. supporting detail
the key to make this the rising action rise. suspense
the image,characture, or action that is used. symbol
to or more word that have the same meaning. synonym
the message that the authur is trying to tell. theme
the attitude in the story. tone
the ability to see what is happening. visualization
the author's style. voice
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