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Literary Terms LAL

QuestionAnswer
setting time or location
foreshadowing use of hints or clues to redict
simile comparison of 2 unlike things using like or as
static character character who does not go throught change
plot the stay that is told sequenceof events
personification giving human qualities to anumals a abjates
point of view how a charocter sees the events
dynamic character char who undergoes change learning something that changes him in a permanent were
allusion brief rekevce to a person event or prce
style the way something is written
theme general idea or neight about life that writen
characterization method were to develop a choroter appenace
conflict struggle internal a extanal
nemesis an opporent or rival who is difficult to overcome
metophor comparison of 2 unlike things wlout lik a is
aymbol object a action that means something more
omniscient complete or unlimited know leage
climax hug hest most inflense point in the development or resolutiom
irony an implied disaepanyanay btwnwhat is sad and vabal
syntax arrangement of words in a sentence that are gramaticaly correct
modify making a wrod difference
adjective a word describing a noun
noun a word or group of words used as the name of a class of people, places, or things, or of a specific person, place, or thing
verb
setting time or location
foreshadowing use of hints or clues to redict
simile comparison of 2 unlike things using like or as
static character character who does not go throught change
plot the stay that is told sequenceof events
personification giving human qualities to anumals a abjates
point of view how a charocter sees the events
dynamic character char who undergoes change learning something that changes him in a permanent were
allusion brief rekevce to a person event or prce
style the way something is written
theme general idea or neight about life that writen
characterization method were to develop a choroter appenace
conflict struggle internal a extanal
nemesis an opporent or rival who is difficult to overcome
metophor comparison of 2 unlike things wlout lik a is
aymbol object a action that means something more
omniscient complete or unlimited know leage
climax hug hest most inflense point in the development or resolutiom
irony an implied disaepanyanay btwnwhat is sad and vabal
syntax arrangement of words in a sentence that are gramaticaly correct
modify making a wrod difference
adjective a word describing a noun
noun a word or group of words used as the name of a class of people, places, or things, or of a specific person, place, or thing
verb word used to show that an action is taking place or to indicate the existence of a state or condition, or the part of speech to which such a word belongs
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