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English final

sem. 1

QuestionAnswer
A word used in the place of a noun pronoun
noun that the pronoun refers to or replaces Antecedent
Is two or more complete sentences run together as one. Run-on sentence
Two sentences jammed together with no punctuation between them. Fused Sentence
Two sentences jammed together with only a comma between them Comma splice
group of words that does not have subject and verb. Phrase
does not have all the basic parts. Sentence fragment
and, but, or, nor, for, yet, so Coordinating conjuction
Consequently, Moreover, therefore, finally, moreover, therefore, furthermore, nevertheless, thus Common conjuction
A group of words has a subject and a verb expresses a complete thought. Independent clauses
both few many sveral Plural pronouns
all most none some any more enough plenty singular or plural pronouns
anything that ends in body, one, and thing. each wither neither one a person another singular pronouns
Beginning introduces tone, characters, setting, and background info exposition
events develop the conflicts and intensify it. rising action
Highest point of interest or suspense the turning point. climax
The events that follow the climax. falling action
The final outcome. resolution
The vantage point from which the story is told. point of view
story told by someone who participates in or witnesses the action. first person
Story told where the thoughts of only narrator or single character is known. limited third person
Story told where the thoughts of all characters are revealed. omniscient third person
Time and place of story are revealed seeting
the emotion or feeling created in the reader. mood atmosphere
The character who tells the story narrator
main character protagonist
character or force in conflict or against the protagonist. antagonist
showing what characters do,say, or think what other characters think. indirect characterization
discribing the physical features dress and personality of characters. direct characterization
something know by audience not the characters drilnatic irony
characters says one thing means another verbal irony
An events occurs that is opposite of what is expected situational irony
protagonist struggles with physical strength other men forces nature animals. man vs man physical
protagonist struggles against fate or circumstances of life. man vs nature circumstances
protagonist struggles against ideas practecies customs of people man vs society social
protagonist struggles against with himself his soul ideas of right and wrong. man vs himself psychological
Created by: Gunner0065