WJEC GCE English Literature & Language (TERMINOLOGY)

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

Clues

  • 'The' - a reference that specifically refers to one thing (8, 7)
  • A commonly occurring clause in speech, usually used before a point is made on a topic (7, 6)
  • 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 sentence made up of at least two clauses, with a coordinating conjunction between them (8, 8)
  • A sentence made up of one main clause and one or more subordinate clauses (7, 8)
  • A verb the precedes another, (often a primary verb or a modal verb) (9, 4)
  • 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)
  • The use of pitch, rhythm, volume, etc. to draw attention to a written text. these features are found in transcripts of performances (8, 8)

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