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Eng Exam Study Guide

created by Jeremie Stauffer

an expression not meant to be taken literally Idiom
Internal Conflict Conflict that takes place in the mind of a character. The character struggles to make a decision, take action, or overcome a feeling
Conflict in which a character struggles against some outside force, such as another person. External Conflict
Setting where the story takes place
Direct- a character states the character’s traits or characteristics Direct Characterization
Indirect Characterization Indirect- using what a character says or does to draw conclusions about their character.
Repeating a sound, word, or phrase over again Repetition
Imagery When writers use images to describe what something sounds, smells, looks, or feels like
the repetition of beginning sounds Alliteration
Simile A comparison of two things using like or as
comparing two things without using like or as Metaphor
Stage Directions Directions that characters use in a play- usually in ( )
to exaggerate Hyperbole
Personification giving human qualities to something that is not human
wo or more words close to one another repeat the same vowel sound but start with different consonant sounds. Assonance
Rhyme Scheme is a poet's deliberate pattern of lines that rhyme with other lines in a poem or a stanza.
Dialogue when characters talk- “ “ are used
Writing in first person means writing from the author’s point of view or perspective. First Person
Third Person writing from the third person point of view and uses pronouns like he, she, it, or they.
Created by: jms2024000016
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