English part 3.
Terms in this set (49)
A story or account of events, true or fictitious.
A thought, concept or notion
The arrangement of ideas or events.
The authors writing style or point of view.
The writers selection of words in a story.
The rhythm and flow of the language
The surface features of writing- mechanics, usage and sentence formation.
Prepatory work for a piece of writing. An outline or research.
A subject of conversation
The reason for which something exists
The crowd of listeners or viewers.
The stage in the writing process when the writer organizes information and ideas.
The problem in a story
A form of conversation
A type of language using words that are informal and more common in speech
Language used in ordinary conversation
Special words used by a particular group that others won't understand.
A stereotyped expression that is used often
A special form of language that is spoken In a specific region or group
An idea or thought that does not have concrete existence.
Constituting an actual thing or instance
Strict meaning of the words.
When words are different from literal meaning.
The meaning that is implied by a word
The literal or dictionary meaning of a word.
A relaxed tone or simple words.
Writing associated with schools and publishing rules. MLA is standard.
Complex elaborate writing with longer sentences
A higher more sophisticated way of writing
To change a written piece to make corrections, to improve or update
How Info in a text is organized
A subdivision of a writen piece that consists of one or more sentences
A group of words containing a subject and verb.
The attitude of the writer toward the subject
Looking at each sentence carefully and checking for grammatical errors.
A word that takes place of the noun
Run- on- sentences
2 or more complete sentences that are joined without appropriate punctuation
A punctuation mark used to indicate possession.
Adjective, the opposite of tight
Is a verb. To suffer the loss of, to miss
Indicates time or consequence
The process or writing or naming the letters of a word
The marks used in writing to separate sentences and clarify meaning
A form of paragraph development. Stands for Assertion eXample Explination Significants
3 point paragraph
A simple format for expressing 3 ideas of 1 idea.
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