WJEC GCE English Literature & Language (TERMINOLOGY)

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H K G Q S N I M H P M J A X N T O E O C X
A B M Q E I N R Y N D M N K S A H D I U F
A X L F V T U Y L O A T A X O X E N J C T
Q L K C I N V M N O W M P R V K T E P G E
R A B Q T D M J E Y H D H K B E L X X H H
B N T U A E F O R E G R O U N D I N G O S
R Y H O R S T V W F U H R S J M R F M K R
E P O C A F B H E A H X I D M R L R I E R
V V N N P N G H O U A F C G A B L W Y J E
Y E M I M I O K I Y I K R N B N G C A I E
R E T H O A X E A E F Q E K G U B K X P B
A H U M C O B T R C H R F M U A R H H C U
I C A T A P H O R I C R E F E R E N C E O
L S J R N P G N B I J S R Q C Y Y G E H B
I W C L O N N S Y V T L E X R E B I R R H
X J C O M P O U N D S E N T E N C E G B X
U Y D T K P A T H E T I C F A L L A C Y Y
A B S T R A C T N O U N E D M Y X F T L T
V U F P R E P O S I T I O N T X Q A J D V
V U K H V L F K C A X P X R Y Y D P A W A
R Q L W Q C V P I O U K G V K R Q K O J Q

Clues

  • A noun used to describe things that aren't physical objects (feelings/concepts) (8, 4)
  • A reference back to something explored previously in the text (9, 9)
  • A reference forward to something that has not been revealed yet. Effective when used to create tension/apprehensiveness. (10, 9)
  • A sentence made up of at least two clauses, with a coordinating conjunction between them (8, 8)
  • A verb the precedes another, (often a primary verb or a modal verb) (9, 4)
  • A word that increases of decreases the intensity of another word that it usually precedes (e.g. VERY nice) (11)
  • A word that is used to show the relationship between nouns/pronouns (e.g. the book was ON the shelf) (11)
  • The change of syntax/sentence structure to place emphasis on something in the beginning of the sentence (13)
  • The environment/setting is described in a way that reflects the emotions/mood of the text (8, 7)
  • Words that present one thing as comparable to another, (e.g. better, faster) (12)

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