One of the categories based on form, style, or subject matter that books are divided into. (realistic fiction, historical fiction, poetry, non-fiction, biography, etc.)
words that sound alike but have different spellings and meanings (sale/sail)
An alphabetical listing of topics and the page numbers where they can be found in a text. It is usually found in the back of the book.
When you can assume or guess something in a story that isn't told to you directly. (a guess based on facts from the story)
A comparison of two unlike things without using the word like or as.
A structure for planning that includes only the main points which will define the paper or speech.
Nouns that show ownership
a statement of what will happen next in a sequence of events
To read and correct mistakes in a piece of writing
These are used to enclose direct quotations, titles of chapters, articles, short poems or stories, song and essays