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Nouns
The name of a person, place or thing.
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Proper Nouns
Th name of a person or place- always begin with a capital letter
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Technical Language
These are words which relate to a specific subject
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Anecdotes
This is when you are told about somebody's personal experience. It helps the writer support their quotes
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Listing/ List of three
Any form of lists allow the writer to give information. A list of three is three ideas in one sentence.
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Simple or Complex sentence
A simple sentence allows the writer to give emphasis. Complex sentence contains a number of related ideas and allows the reader to explain a point in detail.
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Facts
Something that can be proved.
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Emotive Language
Words/ sentences which make the reader respond in an emotional way- often used to gain sympathy
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Rhetorical Questions
These are questions that make the reader think.
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Imperatives/Commands/Instructions
instructions are designed to influence the mind or actions of the reader.
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Repetition
This is when a word, sentence or idea is given a number of times.
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Personal Pronouns
I, My, We, Our, You
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Intensifiers
These are words which put emphasis on an idea
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Card 2

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Th name of a person or place- always begin with a capital letter

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Proper Nouns

Card 3

Front

These are words which relate to a specific subject

Back

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Card 4

Front

This is when you are told about somebody's personal experience. It helps the writer support their quotes

Back

Preview of the back of card 4

Card 5

Front

Any form of lists allow the writer to give information. A list of three is three ideas in one sentence.

Back

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