Terms in this set (50)
A spoken or written account of connected events; a story.
the place or type of surroundings where something is positioned or where an event takes place.
state or assert that something is the case, typically without providing evidence or proof.
a claim made to rebut a previous claim.
the act or instance of comparing.
A small group of words or a sentence that usually has a meaning to it.
The general or correct way to pronounce a word.
a spoken or written account of connected events pretty much called a story. A narrative is often used to tell typical tales.
a point of view that highlights a certain point or position. Typically stating a different appearance on something.
A convention is a gathering or assembly where multiple people gather to discuss something.
A written matter to clarify the meaning of something
The act of comparing multiple things
Most basic part of the word & explains the simplest meaning
Sequence of events
Usually beginning, middle & end. It also reference the ability to look back & retell
Deny the an opinion, a fact, a statement from someone or something
A reason for doing something, especially one that is hidden or not obvious.
A regularly updated website.
a state or quality of feeling at a particular time
A root word has no prefix or suffix
Accurate way of doing something
A scene of the past.
Point of view
Looking or thinking about something.
A piece of writing that tells a person's thoughts or opinions about the subject.
Words that are used with a certain words or phrases that help explain it's meaning.
to trust or to believe. Honest. Accurate.
to include someone or something in a group of some sort.
a smaller part of a longer written work.
concrete means a solid, strong material used for construction. AKA your sidewalk.
Accurate basically means it has no flaws, without mistakes. Unlike me. It could also be used to describe someone.
relevant means it relates to the subject in some way.
using few words, not including extra or unnecessary information
They improve the connections and transitions between sentences and paragraphs
included in order to explain something
True to your word
The set up of a certain body of words.
A proof including corrections made in an earlier proof
An act of reading something quickly or superficially
the intention or purpose of something
to develop or present
A firm decision to do or not to do something. Ex. "she kept her resolution not to see Anne anymore
repare for publication by correcting, condensing, or otherwise modifying it.
A basis for discussion or interpretation
Reconsider and alter (something) in the light of further evidence
Stick,attach, or fasten(something) to something else
an article that's written by an editorial staff