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9Th Grammar Final

Who is the author of the Secret Life of Walter Mitty James Thurbur
Who is the author of Secrets Judy Troy
Who is the author of Rules of the game Sandra Cisnero
Who is the author of By any Other Name Santha Rau
Who is the author of The House on Mango Street Sandra Cisnero
Who is the author of A Quilt of a Country Anna Quindlen
Who is the author of The Immigrant Contribution John F. Kennedy
Who is the author of The 7th Man Hauki Murakami
Who is the author of The Most Dangerous Game Richard Connell
Character Sketch What the character is like
Autobiographical incident An incident about yourself
Argumentative piece Stressing why you want something
Persuasive piece Trying to convince a reader of something
Allusion Reference to another story
Irony A coincidence
Metaphor Comparison between two things
Simile Comparison between two things using like or as
Personification Giving nonliving things human qualities
Foreshadowing A reference to something later in the story
Alliteration Same letter or sound occurrence
Consonance Agreement between opinions or actions
Hyperboles Exaggeration like I could eat a horse
Assonance The repetition of the sound of a vowel
Theme The topic of a story
Tone Attitude of a story
Point of view Who is telling the story
Conflicts Internal or External
Standard Plot Diagram Exposition, complicating incident, rising action, climax, falling action, and resolution.
Mood State of mind
Analogy Comparison between two things
Rhyme scheme Patterns of rhymes at the end of lines
Free verse Open form of poetry
Imagery Visually seeing something in the writing
Figurative language The use of words in an unusual or imaginative language
Clause The smallest grammatical unit that can express a complete proposition
Phrase A small group of words standing together as a conceptual unit
Created by: Kyle Goblirsch