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Articles and Demonstratives

Articles and Demonstratives

Articles and Demonstratives. Page 121-122. Articles. An article is a special kind of adjective. Articles. There are three types of articles the an a the – describes a specific item or items. a/an refers to any one item of a group. Use a before words that begin with a

By issac
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Alliteration

Alliteration

Alliteration. What is Alliteration?. Alliteration is the repetition of initial consonant sound in two or more neighboring words or syllables. Also known as Initial Rhyme. Here are some examples: the w ild w inds of w inter Peter P i p er p icked a p eck of p ickled p e pp ers.

By van
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POETRY NOTES

POETRY NOTES

POETRY NOTES. POETRY is…. a type of literature that expresses ideas and feelings, or tells a story in a specific form (usually using lines and stanzas). FORM - the appearance of the words on the page LINE - a group of words together on one line of the poem

By pravat
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7 L.A. Mp2 EXAM JEOPARDY REVIEW

7 L.A. Mp2 EXAM JEOPARDY REVIEW

7 L.A. Mp2 EXAM JEOPARDY REVIEW. JEOPARDY. “My Furthest-back Person” for 100. Who told Alex Haley stories about “the African”? . answer. His grandmother or Cousin Georgia. “My Furthest-back Person” for 200. Alex Haley started looking for people from Africa

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Week 3: Nouns & Articles

Week 3: Nouns & Articles

Week 3: Nouns & Articles. Errors in using nouns - 1. Countability and uncountability of English nouns Countable nouns - could be used with indefinite articles, such as, a, an, or one, two, many, a large number of, plenty of . They show the number.

By elton
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Literary Terms

Literary Terms

Literary Terms. Mr. Brightman & Mr. Bray With help from the Pre-AP Guide. Alliteration. The practice of beginning several consecutive or neighboring words with the same sound. “The twisting trout twinkled below.”. Allusion.

By zelig
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By Joanne Whitley & Connie Campbell

By Joanne Whitley & Connie Campbell

Adjectives. By Joanne Whitley & Connie Campbell. ADJECTIVES. Adjectives tell about nouns . They usually answer 2 questions . HOW MANY?. WHAT KIND?. One sad little girl was in our class. HOW MANY?. WHAT KIND?. One sad little girl was in our class. One sad little girl was in our class.

By keagan
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Figurative Language And Poetry

Figurative Language And Poetry

Figurative Language And Poetry. Why use figurative language?. Figurative language is much deeper than what is on the surface, it is up to the reader to analyze and consider. Builds drama More interesting and vivid. Exaggeration to make a point.

By nasya
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Poetry Notes (359)

Poetry Notes (359)

Poetry Notes (359). What is Poetry?. Poetry is a way of expressing thoughts and feelings in an imaginative, suggestive language. Poets often try to capture in words what painters and photographers can achieve with shapes and colors. . Guidelines for Close Reading of Poetry.

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TITLE ENGLISH GRAMMAR----- ‘PARTS OF SPEECH’ DEVELOPED BY--- ALKA SEHGAL-( T.G.T.-S.Sc). NEELAM KAPOOR-(T.G.T.-Eng).

TITLE ENGLISH GRAMMAR----- ‘PARTS OF SPEECH’ DEVELOPED BY--- ALKA SEHGAL-( T.G.T.-S.Sc). NEELAM KAPOOR-(T.G.T.-Eng).

TITLE ENGLISH GRAMMAR----- ‘PARTS OF SPEECH’ DEVELOPED BY--- ALKA SEHGAL-( T.G.T.-S.Sc). NEELAM KAPOOR-(T.G.T.-Eng). -. PARTS OF SPEECH. TARGET -GROUP CLASSES: VI – VIII AGE: 10 – 14. LEARNING OBJECTIVES AFTER INTERACTION WITH THIS SOFTWARE THE LEARNER WILL BE ABLE TO:

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Phonetics

Phonetics

Phonetics. Cinzia Giglioni Università della Valle d’Aosta . Task 1. Match the terms 1 – 3 with the definitions A – C. Stress Phoneme Intonation The music of our voices Giving emphasis to one syllable An individual sound. Match the terms 1 – 3 with the definitions A – C. Stress Phoneme

By nascha
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Sound Effects in Poetry

Sound Effects in Poetry

Sound Effects in Poetry. What is poetry?. Poetry is a kind of rhythmic, compressed language that uses figures of speech and imagery to appeal to emotion and imagination. Written in lines (a row of words not necessarily sentences) and stanzas (a group of lines). End Rhyme.

By george
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ARTICLES

ARTICLES

ARTICLES. PREPEARED BY NESLİHAN AÇAR. ARTICLES. In english there are 3 articles. These are A, AN(İNDEFİNİTE) and THE (DEFINITE). Firstly, we give information about A, AN. We use them countable and singular nouns For example:a car (herhangi bir araba). We know different between A, AN.

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APPROXIMANT CONSONANT SOUNDS

APPROXIMANT CONSONANT SOUNDS

APPROXIMANT CONSONANT SOUNDS. 1. Sipri Hanus Tewarat 2012 002 044. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10. 2. APPROXIMANT CONSONANT SOUNDS. Definition: The approximant are those consonant which are most similar to vowels in their articulation.

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Study of POETRY Unit Five

Study of POETRY Unit Five

Study of POETRY Unit Five. What is Poetry to you?. Take your Notebook with you and read the three poems about Poetry in each corner of the room. Pick out a line from one of the poems that describes what poetry means to you. Write this line down.

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Parts of Speech

Parts of Speech

Parts of Speech. Adjectives. 8 Parts of Speech. Noun Pronoun Adjective Verb Adverb Preposition Conjunction Interjection Every word in a sentence is one of these 8 parts of speech. Adjectives. A word or words that are used to modify a noun or a pronoun

By jeneil
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L.O: Analyse the poem Once Upon a Time for language features and themes.

L.O: Analyse the poem Once Upon a Time for language features and themes.

L.O: Analyse the poem Once Upon a Time for language features and themes. Questions from the poem Telephone Conversation. How does the Tone change throughout? What is the effect of sibilance in the poem? Why have so many references to colours and light been used ?

By kaida
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Chapter 3 Section 4 The Phoenicians

Chapter 3 Section 4 The Phoenicians

Chapter 3 Section 4 The Phoenicians. The Phoenician civilization began on a thin strip of land along the Mediterranean Sea. Consisted of city-states The Phoenician People Fearless sailors who guided ships full of trade goods Dominated sea trade in Mediterranean Sea for hundreds of years

By shepry
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Subsystems of Language

Subsystems of Language

Subsystems of Language. Phonology & Phonetics. Phonology & Phonetics. The way in which the sounds of language are organised is known as phonology . The study of the sounds themselves is called phonetics .

By tyme
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The Dove

The Dove

The Dove. Class X English Poem. Summary. The poet had a dove. He loved it immensely. It died. He thinks it died of grief. The poet is shocked by the bird’s death. He had tied the dove’s feet with a thread he had woven. He had given it his company and love.

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