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Simile
Comparing Two unlike Objects using LIKE or AS
The clouds were LIKE gray woolly sheep.
Metaphor
Comparing two unlike objects NOT using LIKE or AS
The clouds are gray woolly sheep
Personification
unhuman thing given human characteristics
The trees waved
alliteration
two or more words that start with the same letter
Bianca Baked Brownies
onomatopoeia
Sound word
The door banged
hyperbole
exaggeration
I told you a million times
repetitition
repeat
alone alone he was alone
rhyme scheme
pattern
twinkle twinkle little star
stanza
section of a poem
A Stanza consists of two or more lines of poetry that together form one of the divisions of a poem. The stanzas of a poem are usually of the same length and follow the same pattern of meter and rhyme and are used like paragraphs in a story.
Plot
events that occur in the story
theme
unifying idea
friendship, love, survival, sacrifice
conflict
problem
Brian is stranded
resolution
solution
Brian is rescued
climax
turningpoint
foreshadowing
clues for upcoming events
setting
time and place of a story
character
the mental and moral qualities
genre
type of book, story
fiction, non fiction, drama, comedy
Author's purpose
what the author wrote the story for
entertainment, information
cause
something happens to have an effect
the dog fell
effect
the effect of the cause
the dog was injured
fact
something that can be proven
there's 41 presidents in total
opinion
something that Cannot be proven
i like her hair
context clues
way to find out a meaning or word
infer
is the act or process of deriving logical conclusions from premises known or assumed to be true