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Language final

language final

QuestionAnswer
person, place, thing, or idea noun
action or state of being verb
describes a noun adjective
ads info to a verb adverb
short sentence that shows excitement interjection
connects words conjunction
direction in time or space preposition
replaces a noun pronoun
Mrs. Toney noun
dance, is verb
tall, short, blue adjective
quickly ran adverb
oh! eww! stop! interjection
FANBOYS- for, and, nor, but, or, yet, so conjunction
on, burning preposition
I, he, she pronoun
what is a thesis statement? one sentence that summarizes the whole essay
what is figurative language? any part of literature
a comparison using like or as simile
comparison not using like or as metaphor
an object that represents a greater meaning symbolism
when three or more words have the same beginning sound alliteration
wrighting that is so good it cuases a mental picture in your mind imagery
life lesson in one word theme
giving non human things human qualities personification
an exaggeration hyperbole
a phrase that doesn't literally mean what it says idiom
any kind of comparison analogy
what the writer intends for the reader to feel tone
something thats repeated repetition
a paragraph in poetry stanza
the emotions that the reader experiences mood
the too pluse a verb infinite
a funny story sattire
poetry wiht no regular line free verse
a sentence that repeats at different points refrain
how you speak based on where you live dialect
she was as fast as lightning simile
the memory is foggy metaphor
sunrise-new beginning symbolism
dylan drug dumbells down the drive alliteration
the room was a dark blue and smelled of scorched hair imagery
family theme
the tree danced in the wind personification
i haven't slept in dyas hyperbole
it's raining cats and dogs idiom
the car is slow like a turtlee analogy
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