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English 7-Final1


undefined, object
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Consumer documents help
people purchase goods and services
All consumer documents
explain or inform
Casting call is for?
an expression that cannot be undrstood fromthe meanings of its seperate words
a comparison between two dissimilar objects NOT using like or as. Ex, the lake was glass.
giving an inanimate object, human characteristics
the outcome of the conflict
literary elements
plot, theme, character, setting
a lively creative opener deisgned to grab the reader's attention
call to action
end of an persuasive essay to shift reader to your point of view
everything that is not poetry
narrative essay
kind of writing in which the writer shares a short story including characters and situations that only they could dream up.
descriptive essay
writing that creates clear image of something usually by using details that appleal to one or more of the senses
expository essay
writing that is designed to convey information or explain something that is difficult to understand
response to literature
kind of writing that is a logical interpretation of characers, plot, setting, or theme
transitional words
words used to create coherence within and between paragraphs which connect ideas and tell why and how they are related
gives the reader a sense that the essay is complete, ties together the suporting ideas from the body of the piece
points out similarities between things
points out differences between things
the repition of accented vowels and all souinds following them in words close together in a poem
What are the subject pronouns?
I, You, He, She, It, We, You, They, Who
Subject pronouns
I, you he she, it, we, you they, who
Object pronouns
me, you, him, her, it, us, you, them
Possessive pronouns
mine, yours, his, hers its, ours yours, theirs
relfexive pronouns
myself, yourself, himself, herself, itself, ourselves yourselves, themselves

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