WJEC GCE English Literature & Language (TERMINOLOGY)

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

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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