Grammar and Punctuation - Year 9

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The other name for a statement.
Declaratives
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The other name for a question.
Interrogative
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The other name for a command.
Imperative
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The other name for an exclamation.
Exclamatory
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Are used to enclose an elaboration.
Comma
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An extra piece of important information.
Elaboration
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Can stand on its own when the rest of the sentence is removed.
Independent
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Can not stand on its own when the rest of the sentence is removed.
Dependent
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Another name for brackets.
Parentheses
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Is used like the equals sign it used in Mathematics.
Colon
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Used to separate main clauses in a sentence.
Semi-Colon
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Used to begin the main words of titles of books, plays e.t.c.
Capital Letters
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A group of words that contains a subject and completed verb.
Clause
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Where the word sounds like the sound it is describing.
Onomatopoeia
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Where the same consonant sound is repeated close together.
Alliteration
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Where the same vowel sound is repeated close together.
Assonance
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Where something is compared to something else using "like" or "as".
Simile
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Where something is said to be something else.
Metaphor
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Where something inanimate is given human qualities.
Personification
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A strongly patterned form of poetry that originated from song lyric.
Sonnet
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A type of sonnet named after an Italian poet.
Petrarchan
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A type of sonnet made popular in 16th Century England.
Shakespearian
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How many lines does a sonnet have?
Fourteen
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What metre does a sonnet use.
Iambic Pentametre
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The rise and fall of language in a sonnet.
Rhythm
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Syllables marked /
Stressed
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Syllables marked U
Unstressed
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The name for two lines at the end of a Elizabethen sonnet
Couplet
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The name for 4 lines in a Elizabethan sonnet
Quatrain
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How many sonnets did Shakespeare write
One hundred and fifty
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The other name for a question.

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Interrogative

Card 3

Front

The other name for a command.

Back

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Card 4

Front

The other name for an exclamation.

Back

Preview of the front of card 4

Card 5

Front

Are used to enclose an elaboration.

Back

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