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When and where a story takes place
Setting
When many words in a sentence begin with the same sound/letter
Alliteration
The main idea or life message of a story or novel
Theme
The person who tells the story
Narrator
When events in a story are arranged in the sequence that they happened
Chronological order
Language that appeals to your senses. It helps you picture how things look, sound, feel, smell, or taste.
Imagery
How a word is used in a sentence
Context
The lesson that a story teaches
Moral
To make a logical guess based on facts
Infer
or
Inference
Extreme exaggeration in a story
Hyperbole
Means a type of literature
There are 4 of these: poetry, drama, fiction, non-fiction
Genre
(pronounced-Jon-ruh)
When a major change in the story plot happens
Turning point