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To look at something carefully by attention to all of its parts is called;
a) analyze
b) affix
c) infer
d) personification

There are four types of this; fiction (stories), nonfiction (biography, instructions), dramas (plays, writing that uses dialogue and stage directions), and poetry (writing that may use short lines, stanzas, rhythm, and sometimes rhyme.).
a) genre
b) memoir
c) main idea
d) point of view

This is what people use in everyday speech. It usually consists of fairly short sentences and simple vocabulary. **colloquial **the language of everyday speech **may use contractions and slang **vernacular **The casual language we use every day.
a) informal language
b) formal language
c) dialogue
d) figurative language

An expression that cannot be understood if taken literally (example: Get your head out of the clouds).
a) idiom
b) imagery
c) inference
d) connotation

This is the emotional feelings and associations that go beyond the dictionary definition of a word.
a) connotation
b) personification
c) symbolism
d) metaphor

This is a restatement of a written work in one's own words that keeps the basic meaning of the original work.
a) paraphrase
b) personification
c) inference
d) analyze

This is the standard language of written communication, formal speeches, and presentations; may not use contractions or slang Use more formal words to help create a formal tone in a piece of writing or in a speech.
a) formal language
b) informal language
c) fluency
d) dialogue

Language that cannot be taken literally since it was written to create a special effect or feeling.
a) figurative language
b) formal language
c) informal language
d) dialogue

This is reading between the lines. It is taking something that you read and putting it together with something you already know to make sense of what you read.
a) inference
b) alliteration
c) imagery
d) analyze

To strengthen an argument or an idea by providing facts, details, examples, and other information
a) support
b) paraphrase
c) summarize
d) imagery

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