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- OAV Set 4 Vocabulary
OAV Set 4 Vocabulary
PASS Set 4
- Cause – the beginning action, what creates the effect.
- Effect – the result of the cause, what it is that happened.
- Symbolism – the use of one thing to suggest something else,
the use of symbols to represent ideas. (The American flag is
a symbol of freedom.)
- Sequence – the order of events. (first, second, third …)
- Antonym – words that mean the opposite of each other
(mad – happy)
- Historical Fiction – a story that is made up, yet has events
in it that really happened in history. (Titanic)
- Homophone – words that sound the same, but look different
(bare – bear).
- Homograph – words that look the same, but sound different
(bow-for an arrow: bow- of a ship).
- First Person – when the story is told using I, Me, We… as if
you are telling the story about yourself.
- Word Families – words that are connected from a root word
(happy, happier, happiest, happiness).
- Foreshadowing – when the author gives you hints of things to
come in the story.
- Realistic Fiction – stories that are made up, but they could
happen in real life.