Cannot be detected by the five senses.
eg. Love, Trust, Peace
The subject does the action
(Subject + Verb + Object) I ate an apple
An example of turn- taking
(Question and Answer)
Concerned with feeling or emotions.
(I feel fine)
A morpheme attached to a word to create a new word
(Plural -s or -ed)
A story with a literal and symbolic meaning
Repetition of a sequence of words at the beginnings of clauses
(It was..... It was...)
A word or expression that refers backwards to a previous part of the text
The antithesis of the architypal hero
A direct contrast
(Give everyman thy ear, but few thy voice)
A terse saying
Listing without saying 'and'
A word or expression that refers forward to another part of the text
Groups (usually pairs) of words that are found alongside each other
An extended metaphor that run across a whole poem
A word which joins the different parts of a sentence
(and, but, so)
Forcing the audience to see common things in a new way
Deictic expressions can only be understood in context
Shows action (by the subject). Opposite of stative verb
Antonym of euphemism. Direct and probably offensive, painful or unpleasant expression
a character who contrasts with another character.
A consonant produced by the forcing of breath.
Genre Audience Subject Purpose
This voiceless glottal plosive is created by the closure of the glottas
Words with the same spelling and pronunciation but different meanings
Words which sound the same
A word taken from another language.
Substitution of a word for a word that sounds similar. Often for comic effect.
Doesn't contain a finite verb.
A newly coined word or phrase
Listing using 'and'
A word with three or more syllables
An afflx which is placed before the stem of a word
Opposite of dynamic. Concerned with states and feelings.
(I think that...)
An affix placed at the end of a word
Jolts the audience out of passivity into being a consciously critical reader