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8 PERIOD # 3
Review of EOC English 1 Terms
Terms in this set (20)
This is a comparison of two unlike things using the terms "like" or "as".
This is a talk or public address.
This is always a person, place, thing, or idea, that the sentence is about.
This is to state briefly.
to strengthen or substantiate an argument or idea by providing facts, details, examples and other information
These are the facts or details that back up a main idea, theme, or thesis.
Supporting Sentence This in a paragraph helps to clarify
describe, explain, or enhance the main idea of a paragraph.
In expository writing, this is the main point or central idea that a writer states and then endeavors to prove valid by means of a systematic argument.
Third Person Limited Point Of View
This is a point of view in which the narrator is outside the story and reveals the thoughts of only one character, who is referred to as "he" or "she."
This is the specific part of a subject that is dealt with in a research paper or in an essay.
This is the central message of a story, poem, novel, or play that many readers can apply to their own experiences, or to those of all people.
This is an expression of an opinion or standpoint.
The specialized terminology of a profession; incoherent speech.
Short account of an incident (especially a biographical one).
A similar grammatical structure within a sentence or within a paragraph.
To say the opposite of what you mean in order to insult.
Writing that ridicules
Contradictory terms that are written beside each other (as in 'deafening silence')
a humorous play on words such as I will check you when you get your check!
any personal peculiarities or mannerisms
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