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Key words for GCSE English Literature.

word A word is the basic unit of language.
phrase A phrase is a small group of words.
writer's A writer's methods are the techniques and approaches a writer uses.
methods A writer's methods are the techniques and approaches a writer uses.
perspective Your perspective is the way you look at something and what you think about it.
expression Expression is the communication of thoughts and feelings.
context The context is the setting and circumstance of an event.
quotation A quotation is the direct use of a word, phrase, or sentence from another source.
linguistic A linguistic device, such as hyperbole or a metaphor, is used in writing to create effect.
device A linguistic device, such as hyperbole or a metaphor, is used in writing to create effect.
sound A sound is anything that can be heard.
syntax Syntax is the arrangement of words and phrases.
emphasis If you put emphasis on something, it means you give it importance.
pun A pun is a humorous play on words that suggests multiple meanings behind an idea.
comedy Comedy is an amusing and satirical genre.
humour British English spelling Humour is the quality of being funny.
stereotype A stereotype is a common but oversimplified portrayal of someone.
suspense Suspense is the building of tension in a plot.

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word
phrase
writer's
methods
perspective
expression
context
quotation
linguistic
device
sound
syntax
emphasis
pun
comedy
humour
stereotype
suspense

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