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Glossary of English 11B - Vocabulary Developement - Trimester 3 - 2006

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antagonist
bad guy
personification
a figure of speech that gives things that are not human. human quailty.
characterization
The author’s way of telling you about character’s
conflict
being to much alike.
dramatic irony
Where the audience or reader is aware of something important, of which the characters in the story are not aware.
hyperbole
very much of a exaggertion
setting
where and when the story takes place. the time and palce of the action.
theme
the message that is in the book that keeps you reading.
plot
things that happen to help make up the story.
main character
the person that is in thje book the most
narrator
the person that tells the story
minor character
other characters in the book
speaker
who ever is talking in the book
pun
a word that mean two different things and still sound alike
simile
comparison two things that are not the same using like or as. sings like a bird.
foil
character in the story that is different then one of the main characters in the story.
symbolism
a person, place, or thing that repersent an ides or thought.
onomatopoeia
is a word that imitates the sound it repersents.
dialect
a was different people use the same language base on culture.
point of view(first,.scond,third)
the persective of who is telling the story
partagonist
good guy. someone you are for.
Alliteration
use of the same consonant at the beginning of each stressed syllable in a line of verse
Repetition
when something repeats it self over and over.l
Consonance
the end of the word repeats in more then one word then letter repeats
Imagery
A group or body of related images, as in a painting or poem.

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