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interested
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privilege
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temperamental
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separate
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restaurant
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miniature
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boundries
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literally
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eventually
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periodically
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rythmically
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remembrance
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mischievous
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ambidextrous
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disastrous
warranty
spells out exactly what happens if the computer doesn't work properly and what you are required to do to recieve service.
service agreement
tells you what the prouduct is and how it works.
advertisement
shows what the product does and a summary of how it works.
owners manual
gives you info on how to set up the product.
biographical essay
an essay about a person
persuasive essay
to persuade the reader to do or take a position in the situation.
informational essay
gives information
what does setting mean?
a time and place in a story
how do you create an effective setting?
explain the place and time clearly with characters involved.
mood
the feeling of something
apposive phrase
a type of nouwn phrase that follows the noun or pronoun it modifies and amplifies or restricts its meaning.
irony
a literary device in which there is a gap between what a speaker or writer says and what generally is understood at that time.
allusion
a stylisic device o trope in which one refers covertly or indirectly to an object that hasoccurred or existe in an external context.
symbol
objects characters figures sounds or colors used to represent ideas or concepts.
personification
a figure of speech that gives non humans and objects human traits and qualities.
style
the way a writer writes his or her novel.