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Key words for GCSE English Language.

nonfiction Nonfiction texts focus on real events.
attitude Your attitude towards something is how you think or feel about it.
colloquial Colloquial speech means conversational informal speech.
speech Colloquial speech means conversational informal speech.
dialect Dialect is a form of language particular to a specific region or group.
accent An accent is a distinctive way of pronouncing a language.
didactic Didactic literature aims to teach the reader about a particular thought or idea.
expository If something is expository, it means it is descriptive or explanatory.
fallacy A fallacy is a belief based on false information.
figurative Figurative language has a symbolic meaning as well as a literal meaning.
language Figurative language has a symbolic meaning as well as a literal meaning.
mood Mood is the atmosphere created by the text.
ethos Ethos is the characteristic spirit of a group.
pathos Pathos appeals to the emotions of pity and sadness.
demonstrate To demonstrate is to show and explain how something is done.
examine To examine something is to inspect it in detail.
perceptive If you are perceptive, it means you have a sensitive understanding of something.
reason A reason is an explanation or justification for an action or event.
justify If you justify something, it means you explain why it was the right thing.

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nonfiction
attitude
colloquial
speech
dialect
accent
didactic
expository
fallacy
figurative
language
mood
ethos
pathos
demonstrate
examine
perceptive
reason
justify

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