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unit 1 l.a. notes

unit test notes

Has the setting, characters, and mood exposition
Has the protagonist (good guy), the antagonist (bad guy), and the drama or conflict rising action
The turning point or the most intense point. climax
The outcome of the conflict or the resulting events. falling action
The conclusion or tying together of the story. Resolution
A group of words that express a complete thought. sentence
4 types of sentences Declaritive, imperative, interrogative, and exclamatory
declarative sentence Makes a statement and ends with a period.
interrogative sentence Asks a question and ends with a question mark.
imperative sentence Gives a command or makes a request and ends with a period.
exclamatory sentence Expresses strong feeling and ends with an exclamation point.
subject of a sentence will never be in a prepositional phrase, who the sentence is about, usually at the beginning of the sentence.
simple subject the most important word or words of the subject, usually a noun or a pronoun.
simple predicate Always a verb, most important word or words in the predicate. the verb may be one or several words.
What is a conjunction A connecting word
coordinating conjunctions are: most popular type of conjunction fanboys: for, and, nor, but, or, yet, and so.
correlative conjunctions are conjunctions that are used in pairs
correlative conjunctions: both...and either...or neither...nor whether...or.
what is a sentence fragment? A group of words that does not express a complete thought, or does not have both a subject and a predicate.
What is a run-on sentence? two or more sentences that run together without the correct punctuation
how do you fix a run-on sentence? Use the correct punctuation or use a conjuction
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