WJEC GCE English Literature & Language (TERMINOLOGY)

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

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 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 sentence made up of one main clause and one or more subordinate clauses (7, 8)
  • 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 inversion of a sentences' structure due either to archaic language or poetic/aesthetic considerations (11, 9)
  • 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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