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Can you pick the the correct English terms while in the 6th Grade Lab?
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The name for the repetition of a beginning consonant sound. Ex:Sebastian's Scrumptious Sandwiches
The subject of a talk, a piece of writing, a person's thoughts, or an exhibition; a topic
The time and place where a story takes place.
A word or phrase that means exactly or nearly the same as another word or phrase in the same language?
A story that is told about the past that is not true, but contains many true elements.
Who is the author of Harry Potter?
Literary work in which special intensity is given to the expression of feelings and ideas by the use of distinctive style and rhythm. Often rhymes.
A word or phrase that modifies or qualifies an adjective, verb, or a word-group, expressing a relation of place, time, circumstance, manner, cause, degree.
The side from which a story is told. It can affect how facts are shown and how we look at the characters.
This is what happens in the story. It is the series of events that every story is made of.
The struggle or problem that a character has to solve.
This is the manner of expression suggesting a general quality or atmosphere.
This is the state of mind or emotion often expressed in writing through the use of descriptive adverbs or adjectives.
This type of narration is narration is told from the point of view of a specific person in the story. It usually includes words such as I, we, and my.
This type of narration is told using words like 'you' and 'yours.'
This type of narration is told using words like 'he' and 'she'. The narrator only knows 1 persons thoughts.
This is an annual publication composed of various lists, charts, and tables of information in many unrelated fields
This is a book of maps.
Use this to find the definition of a word.
How old is Mr. Sebastian?
How many books are in the Hunger Games Trilogy?
Placed at the end of a question.
Placed at the end of a sentence that displays strong emotion or rejection.
This suggests that information or a list follows and to punctuate the salutation of a business letter.
The title of Justin Bieber's movie.
According to Mr. Wasko, this entire song is one big metaphor.
'Dorothy Mantooth is a saint,' is an example of a?
'I love you like a love song,' is an example of?
What are you doing when you try to get somebody to agree with your side of an issue.
You use this when you need to find a synonym of a word.
How many days of school are left, not counting today?
What website donates 10 grains of rice for every question answered correctly?
What website did we use to prep for I-STEP+?
These refer to or take the place of other nouns?
A word opposite in meaning to another.
What type of street sign is in Mr. Sebastian's room.
What is Mr. Sebastian's favorite baseball team?
I-STEP+ stands for?
What is South Vermillion's mascot?
What Dr. Seuss school do you have to go to if you don't pass the standardized test?
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