WJEC GCE English Literature & Language (TERMINOLOGY)

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G K G I W R A I E C P D D B A L A K N V A
I K E U X F U D G O B D T S N R J O P D C
D H B O G M X B E M C E B E A Q F K A L I
C R Q N N H I I N P Q F P R P I M B T F F
O D N M I Q L J T O A I U U H F T S H F W
M X G D D U I P L U N N D T O V V X E G J
M N V L N X A D Y N A I W A R T A W T Y H
E E W X U K R J D D E T U E I W X W I P B
N H F N O F Y I O S H E G F C S H T C N Q
T E Y I R D V A J E A A G C R Q S L F A Y
C K W D G Q E Y X N Y R D I E M A Y A V H
L W F W E G R E G T V T M D F L L F L W Q
A E A E R U B G J E W I Y O E L L C L S B
U J S E O Q F V N N T C W S R V J J A N K
S T S E F K A P I C E L M O E U P K C J B
E F B D E J D E X E M E Y R N W H D Y X E
E L O J A G M D M B R R I P C Y I I N O S
S Y N T A C T I C A L I N V E R S I O N Q
K Y T E R C O M P L E X S E N T E N C E H
B H S Y V X L F R E D I B M G X F D K A U
S X N C L S C G V U D E Q W R K I S I B H

Clues

  • 'The' - a reference that specifically refers to one thing (8, 7)
  • A commonly occurring clause in speech, usually used before a point is made on a topic (7, 6)
  • A reference back to something explored previously in the text (9, 9)
  • A sentence made up of at least two clauses, with a coordinating conjunction between them (8, 8)
  • A sentence made up of one main clause and one or more subordinate clauses (7, 8)
  • A verb the precedes another, (often a primary verb or a modal verb) (9, 4)
  • The change of syntax/sentence structure to place emphasis on something in the beginning of the sentence (13)
  • The environment/setting is described in a way that reflects the emotions/mood of the text (8, 7)
  • The inversion of a sentences' structure due either to archaic language or poetic/aesthetic considerations (11, 9)
  • The use of pitch, rhythm, volume, etc. to draw attention to a written text. these features are found in transcripts of performances (8, 8)

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