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alliteration. Alliteration is when you use words that have the same sound at the beginning, like "Stellar students synthesize sweet sentences."
ambiguous Look to the adjective ambiguous when you need to describe something that's open to more than one interpretation, like the headline "Squad helps dog bite victim."
alternative When you're facing a fork in the road, you have two possibilities, or alternatives. You could take the left fork and see where it leads, or you could choose the path that goes to the right.
cause A cause makes an effect, and you're likely to hear the phrase, "cause and effect," when people are trying to analyze how things happen
capitalization capitalization means using capital, or upper-case, letters. Capitalization of place names, family names, and days of the week are all standard in English.
background Background what’s behind something — whether it’s physical, like a play’s scenery, or intangible like a person's life story or the past facts of a current situation. If you are shy, you might try to stay in the background at parties and avoid attention.
autobiography You are writing an autobiography when you write your own life story. A writer who writes an autobiography is like a painter who paints a self-portrait
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