Flashcards in Language Terms/ Techniques Deck (29):
A verb is a word describing an action, state or occurrence.
A verb that expresses the need or possibility to do something.
A word that changes the meaning of a verb, adjective or another adverb.
A word adding description to a noun.
The beginning of two or more words start with the same sound.
A word that is the noise it is describing.
Giving human characteristics to an inanimate object.
When something is said, which is linked to something that is going to happen.
When the weather or setting are personified.
A feeling that something bad is going to happen.
When the audience, or the reader knows something that the character doesn't.
A word that can be used at the beginning of a sentence to add description.
Changing the meaning of a noun or a noun group.
A word used to link nouns and pronouns together.
Words that look like a sentence but aren't, as they don't have a verb or a subject.
A noun that you prove with one of your sense.
The same vowel is repeated but the consonants are different
A discordant combinations of sounds
Humorous or sarcastic use of words or ideas, implying they men the opposite of what was said.
Language that evokes feeling of pity or sorrow.
A writers tone of can change the feeling/mood of the tex.
When ONE character speaks or thinks by themselves, usually to show their importance or their state of mind.
Deliberate exaggeration, for literary purposes, not to be taken literally.
The use of symbol to represent ideas or qualities
A pattern or recurring ideas in a artistic work.
Infromal words used mostly in speech within a particular social group.
Specialist language that normal people wont understand.
DESCRIPTIVE WRITING is the clear description of people, places, objects, or events using appropriate details