what is the poetic technique used to describe 2 or 3 words with the same start sound
which poetic technique is used to give non human objects or animals human characteristics
where you describe something is as or like something else
what is the poetic device that is used for effect and repeats the same word
a poetic device where the sound of the word sound like the sound it makes
when a sentence runs from one sentence to another without pause
3 words or phrases in a line that are continuous
This is when their is a pause in a line created by punctuation
this is when you give a feeling or mood usually set by the setting or weather
a group of words in a passage that have a link or similar meaning
something used a lot in poems and 2 words that sound the same at the end
an antonym means the ______
a suffix goes at the _____ of a word
a prefix goes at the _____ beginning of a word
a synonym mean the ________
what is the word we add a prefix or suffix to?
the prefix pre means _____
the suffix ful means _________
what is the time and place of a story
who are the people in a story
what is something that goes wrong in a story?
what is how the problem gets fixed?
a word that is sounds the same, but is spelled different is a ______
what do we call we a story is mostly about?
the prefix re means _____
Two horses are pulling a ...
opposite of above
Rings, bracelets and chains are.... (BrE)
an area in the USA where only Native Americans live
when you ........ two sticks of wood together you can start a fire.
I want to see the Van Gogh ....... at the museum.
"English people only drink tea." That's a .....
(to) look carefully because you're trying to find something
a small ball of glass or wood with a hole in the middle
another word for "native"
what people wear on their head on special days
one part of an idea or problem
a person, place, thing or idea.
a word to describe a noun.
a word used to connect sentences or words.
a word for an action or state of being.
an abrupt remark or interruption.
a word to describe an action or the extent to which it is performed.
a word to replace a noun.
a word to describe the relationship between two nouns.
The cat is red. What POS (part of speech) is red?
The athletes are running. What POS is running?
Those people are happy. What POS is people?
She typed fiercely at the keyboard. What POS is fiercely?
He loved his dog What POS is he?
“Stop!” Said the police officer. What POS is stop?
Tomatoes and potatoes. What POS is and?
The ball was in the box. What POS is in?
information ideas or rumors deliberately spread widely to help harm a person, group, movement institution or nation
promoting only one side of an argument or issue (positive or negative)
we're all in this together
celebrity endorsement of a philosophy movement or candidate they are closely related to
a high profile person tries to relate to regular ordinary people
the use of symbols quotes or endorsements to convey a message not normally associated with them
presentation of something dreaded or terrifying to get people to do something to avoid the horror
reaching a false conclusion based on two true statements
using positive words that everyone supports to promote your idea
ties a person idea or cause to a largely perceived negative image
description of candidates in our first lesson that led the class to elect Adolph Hitler
Don't you want to join our winning team?
Doctors endorse my diet program.
The President of the United States stops by McDonalds for a Big Mac after jogging
Abraham Lincoln endorses the latest Dodge Ram pickup truck
If we don't stop North Korea today we will all vanish in an atomic blast
My cat has a tail. My dog has a tail. Cats and dogs are the same animal
stand for liberty, support rights, promote freedom
My opponent is a raging tree hugger
incomplete sentence/ lacking a complete subject or predicate
double quotation marks around the first speakers words
a punctuation mark indicating a pause between parts of a sentence
it is used to create a paper trail that the reader can follow to locate the sources you are writing about.
misplaced words in a sentence or words that almost always distort the intended meaning
These strengthen or emphasize the importance of a word or phrase in a sentence
usually the name of a book or short story. Usually written in all caps or italicized
a sentence usually containing two or more clauses not connected by the correct conjunction or punctuation
this happens when the writer shifts from one person to the next without any reason.
this happens when the writer shifts from one tense to another without any reason. (Past tense – present tense)
A popular subject for artists, as the objects that are used in a still life are usually chosen from the artist’s own possessions or environment; these can be arranged to suit the artist and will remain in the same position to aid observation
String made of natural materials like straw
Designed and made to look the same on both sides; balanced
Shapes such as circles, squares, rectangles, triangles, and diamonds
A national head count of every citizen in our country
A throwaway item
Represent an idea, emotion or belief through a simple image, gesture, or element such as colour
Occurs when the elements work well together and relate to one another closely.
Not moving, motionless
The position taken up by the body; how we sit, stand, or lie down
Fold and compress the clay over itself a few times to squeeze out any air-bubbles.
Clay that has been placed in an extremely hot fire or furnace to harden and strengthen it
particular size, weight and style of a typeface
exclusive legal right, given to an originator or an assignee to print, publish, perform, film, or record literary, artistic, or musical material, and to authorize others to do the same
a small open-fronted hut or cubicle from which newspapers, refreshments, tickets, etc., are sold.
a large printed picture used for decoration.
moral principles that govern a person's behavior or the conducting of an activity.
an information system where documents and other web resources
videos created with original designs, drawings, illustrations or computer-generated effects that have been made to move in an eye-catching way
means of interactions among people in which they create, share, and/or exchange information and ideas in virtual communities and networks.
assembly area where all the parts of a project are put together
any form of media that uses electronic devices for distribution
a picture, design, or the like, printed from an engraved or otherwise prepared block, plate, etc. an indentation, mark, etc
sound within the acoustic range available to humans.
digital optical disc data storage format
computer program that software developers use to create, debug, maintain, or otherwise support other programs and applications.
the fact of two things being seen or placed close together with contrasting effect.
If you do not know the name of the person that you are writing to, use the greeting “Dear Sirs,”.
the day of the month of the year
Ending a letter
Three in a row
Speaking to someone directly
factual statement use to bring a point
a statement believed on by you
question that doesn't need a answer
facts/opinions using percentage to back it up
What is an expression with more than two algebraic terms?
What is either a single number or a variable, or numbers and variables multiplied together?
What do you call the number that is directly in front of a variable?
What do you call terms whose variables (and exponents) are the same?
What do you call terms whose variables (and exponents) are NOT the same?
What is the method that you use to remember how to multiply two binomials?
What is a polynomial with two terms?
What is a polynomial with three terms?
When you have to find what to multiply together to get an expression, that is called what?
What is a number made by squaring a whole number?
What is a polynomial with just one term?
What is the name of your favorite high school math teacher?