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100% Vocab Lesson 7

a book written by someone about his own life autobiography
a group of words with a subject and a verb that is used as part of a sentence clause
a clause with a subject and verb that does not express a complete thought and cannot stand alone as a sentence dependent clause
a group of details given to help the reader or listener imagine a person, place, object, or event description
a specific example that makes the meaning of a word or story clearer detail
the use of two negaitve words when only one is needed double negative
a book or set of books that gives information about many things encyclopedia
a clause with a subject and verb that expresses a complete thought and can stand alone as a sentence independent clause
two ro more words that go together to make an idea but do not have a subject and a verb and cannot stand alone as a sentence phrase
something that is expressed in words statement
Created by: Mrs W FES