WJEC GCE English Literature & Language (TERMINOLOGY)

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

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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