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Key words for GCSE English Language.

perspective Your perspective is the way you look at something and what you think about it.
setting The setting is where the events in a novel or play are taking place.
point A point of view is someone's perspective.
view A point of view is someone's perspective.
character A character is a fictional person or being in a story.
sentence Sentence form refers to the specific function of a sentence.
form Sentence form refers to the specific function of a sentence.
focus The focus of a text is its main purpose or interest.
genre Genre is the style or category a work falls into.
inform If you inform someone of something, it means you tell them about it.
explain If you explain something, it means you give reasons as to why it happens.
imagine If you imagine, it means you form a mental image of something.
explore If you explore something, it means you investigate or study it.
entertain To entertain someone is to engage or amuse them.
review A review is a critical appraisal of a work.
comment A comment is a brief written or spoken remark about something.

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perspective
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perspective
setting
point
view
character
sentence
form
focus
genre
inform
explain
imagine
explore
entertain
review
comment

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