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Combat Zone Vocab

Workshop 3 Read 180

What does ambush mean? to attack from a place of hiding
What does complicated mean? hard to understand or deal with
What does it mean to hesitate? to pause
What is peril? Danger
What does it mean to ponder something? to think about about carefully
What is setting? The time and place of a story
What is mood? the feeling a story gives to readers
What is a flashback? when a story goes back in time
What is the plot? What happens in a story, including the problem, the events, and the solution
What where the two settings in Ambush? Vietnam and United States
What is a site? a place
What is reality? what is happening for real
What does certainty mean? without any doubt
What does inscribe mean? to cut or carve words or letters on something
What is the mood of The Names? it is sad
What does peer mean? to look hard at something that is difficult to see
Created by: kstoia