electron555's version from 2018-02-15 18:27


words from the red ink
too two to
its it's
their there they're
whose who's
past passed


Question Answer
first person limitedas the character
first person omniscientas the character but can often have emotions of other characters included
third person limitedas the character but refered to he instead of i
third person omniscientlike limited but point of view can "teleport" to each character


Question Answer
personificationgiving human qualities to animals or objects
similecomparison using "like" or "as"
metaphorword used to represent another word
hyperboleextreme exaggeration

sentence craft and fluency


write complete senetences using these those


Question Answer
clausegroup of words that have subject and verb
independant clause vs dependant clauseone independant clause forms a simple sentence, can stand alone as a sentence, has a subject and verb - start with sub conjunctions it cant stand alone as a sentence and its also known as a subordinator
sub conjunctions vs subordinatorsstarts a dependent sentence, is a dependent sentence
swabi and fanssince while after because if --- for and nor but or yet so
coordinating conjuctions vs compoundused to connect 2 different sentences, is 2 different sentences joined by coordinators,
complexhas one independant and a subordinator
uses of formal languageto a boss, to a stranger, to the principal's office
colloquialismswords that turn formal language into informal language
slanghighly informal language
jargoncomplex language used by profesionals
dialecthow a language varies in an area


Question Answer
imagerywords that appeal to the 5 senses
types of figurativesmetaphor, simile, personification
simile vs metaphora direct comparison using like or as. a comparison not using like or as
personificationan inanimate object is given human properties
hyperbolean extreme exageration
onomatopoeiaa word that is a noise
oxymorona figure of speech that puts opposites together to make a paradox
types of alliteration and definitionconsonance, assonance. every word has a similar sound
consonance vs assonancea similar "solid" sound in each word a similar not solid sound in each word
symbola word in a story that has philosophy meaning
dictionthe choice of words that a writer makes. you can find it by asking questions about a sentence
denotation vs connotationthe direct definition of a word. the simple meaning of a word