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simple sentences
subject+ Verb
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compound sentences
main clause+ conjunction+ main clause
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complexe sentence
main clause+ subordinate clase
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minor sentence
one word or a fragment
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full stop .
comma ,
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apostrophe '
exclamation mark !
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question mark ?
speech marks ""
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semi colon ;
ellipsis ...
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colon :
brackets ( )
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adjectives
describing words
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adverbs
describing verbs usually end in ly
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alliteration
using the same letter at the begging of every word e.g Hannah's home has heat, hopefully
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emotive language
selected words chosen to create the emotion of something
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facts
information given out that can be demonstrated or true
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five senses
sight, smell, taste, touch, hear
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imagery
when something has been described so that the reader can picture it
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imperative
a command word, giving instructions
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juxtaposition
two things placed closely together with contrasting effect
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metaphor
a comparison stating that two or more things are the same
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onomatopoeia
it suggests the sound the word it describes E.G clash, band, boom
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opinions
an individuals own feelings
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personal pronoun
words such as 'us', 'we', and our
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personification
an object or animal being given human attributes
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quotations
evidence from the source
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repetition
the same word being repeated through out the text
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rhetorical question
a question that doesn't need answering
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rule of three
using 3 words to describe the same object
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simile
a comparison of two or more things using like or as
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statistics
numerical data 9 out of 10
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verb
action or doing words
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dramatic opening
gets the readers attention
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withholding information
keeps the reader interested to find out what has gone on
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facts/ description
builds us tension
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cliffhangers
leaving the reader in suspense
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direction
this is a new idea/ theme or character
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dramatic ending
it leaves the reader with a good memory of the text and ask questions
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1st person
i, me, we,us, my, mine, our
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2nd person
directly talking to someone
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3rd person
describing a scene from a distance. an outsider looking in not as much detail
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dialogue
when 2 characters are talking to each other
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flash back
when a character looks back on what has already happened
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linear writing
when the story is in chronological order
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non- linear writing
when the text is not structured logically according to time
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paragraphs
para graphs should be used after the topic, time changes
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Card 2

Front

main clause+ conjunction+ main clause

Back

compound sentences

Card 3

Front

main clause+ subordinate clase

Back

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Card 4

Front

one word or a fragment

Back

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Card 5

Front

comma ,

Back

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