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What are the 8 parts of speech?

1) Noun
2) Adjective
3) Verb
4) Adverb
5) Abstract noun
6) Present participle
7) Adjectival phrase
8) Adverbial phrase

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What is a noun?

Name of a person, place, thing or idea

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What is an adjective?

Word to describe a person, place, thing or idea

4

What is a verb?

An action you can do with your body, heart or head

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What is an adverb?

Word to describe how an action is done

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What is an abstract noun?

Name of an idea

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What is a present participle?

Verb that ends in -ing

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What is an adjectival phrase?

Group of words to describe a person, place, thing or idea

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What is an adverbial phrase?

Group of words to describe how an action is done

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What is 'London' an example of?

Noun

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What is 'tall' an example of?

Adjective

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What is 'run' an example of?

Verb

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What is 'out of love' an example of?

Adverb

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What is 'tension' an example of?

Abstract noun

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What is 'wandering' an example of?

Present participle

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What is 'dripping with expensive jewellery' an example of?

Adjectival phrase

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What is 'with a patronising smile' an example of?

Adverbial phrase

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When choosing vocabulary, make sure it is...

- Specific
- Sophisticated
- Appropriate for the atmosphere

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What are the 8 types of sentences?

- Minor
- Short and dramatic
- S : 3
- Dialogue
- Question
- 'Even', 'if', 'although' etc.
- Parenthetical (bracketed)
- Anaphora

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Why are minor sentences effective?

Adds mystery and focuses the reader

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Why are short and dramatic sentences effective?

Can change the pace of the story

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Why are S : 3 sentences effective?

Can build up a detailed description

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Why is a single line of dialogue effective?

Can move the story on in a dramatic way

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Why are questions effective?

Can help us get into someone's thoughts

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Why are ''Even', 'if', 'although'' sentences effective?

Can help to explain a more complicated situation

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Why are parenthetical sentences effective?

Can add extra information, almost like a whisper to the reader

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Why are anaphoras effective?

The same phrase in two or three sentences in a row builds rhythm and tension

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What type of sentence is 'Midnight' an example of?

Minor

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What type of sentence is 'Then he saw her' an example of?

Short and dramatic

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What type of sentence is 'The room was chaotic: chairs knocked over, papers strewn around and broken glass covering the floor' an example of?

S : 3 sentence