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appendix

back
I've got a slight pain in my back.
bibliography

chapter
We read until the last chapter of the book.
contents

copyright
The website has a copyright symbol.
dedication

epilogue British English spelling
An epilogue could be a short speech at the end of a play.
footnote

foreword

front
His picture was on the front page.
illustration
An illustration is a picture or diagram that helps to explain something. *
index
Indices is plural for index. *
introduction
The introduction is a group of sentences at the beginning of a piece of writing, giving the reader an idea of what is to come. *
preface

prologue British English spelling
The prologue appears right at the start of the play and tells the story. *

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