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Seventh Grade

Unit 1

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What is plot? the series of events in a story
What is the exposition? part of the plot that the setting and the characters are introduced
What is the rising action? part of the plot that shows how the conflict unfold and becomes more complicated
what is the climax? part of the plot that is the most exciting moment and the turning point
What is the falling action? part of the plot that reveals how the main character begins to resolve the conflict
What is the resolution? part of the plot that ties up loose ends
What is ferocity? a fierceness or extreme intensity
What is quiver? to shake with a slight, rapid movement
What is linger? to continue to stay or delay in leaving
What is portly? stout or overweight
What is unison? harmony or agreement; with one voice
What is sheeplishly? with a bashful or embarrassed look
Created by: cesimpson