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|A word used in the place of a noun
|noun that the pronoun refers to or replaces
|Is two or more complete sentences run together as one.
|Two sentences jammed together with no punctuation between them.
|Two sentences jammed together with only a comma between them
|group of words that does not have subject and verb.
|does not have all the basic parts.
|and, but, or, nor, for, yet, so
|Consequently, Moreover, therefore, finally, moreover, therefore, furthermore, nevertheless, thus
|A group of words has a subject and a verb expresses a complete thought.
|both few many sveral
|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
|Beginning introduces tone, characters, setting, and background info
|events develop the conflicts and intensify it.
|Highest point of interest or suspense the turning point.
|The events that follow the climax.
|The final outcome.
|The vantage point from which the story is told.
|point of view
|story told by someone who participates in or witnesses the action.
|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
|the emotion or feeling created in the reader.
|The character who tells the story
|character or force in conflict or against the protagonist.
|showing what characters do,say, or think what other characters think.
|discribing the physical features dress and personality of characters.
|something know by audience not the characters
|characters says one thing means another
|An events occurs that is opposite of what is expected
|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