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Key words for GCSE English Language.

declarative A declarative sentence is a statement of fact.
sentence A declarative sentence is a statement of fact.
imperative An imperative sentence gives an order or command.
interrogative An interrogative sentence asks a direct question.
objective Objective tone is impartial and is not influenced by personal opinions.
tone Objective tone is impartial and is not influenced by personal opinions.
eyewitness An eyewitness account is a report of events from someone who witnessed them.
account An eyewitness account is a report of events from someone who witnessed them.
narrative Narrative is another word for story.
linear A linear narrative presents the plot in chronological order.
cyclical A cyclical narrative ends in the same place it began.
foreshadow To foreshadow is to give a clues or hints about a future event.
explicit If something is explicit, it means it is stated in an obvious way.
implicit If something is implicit, it means it has been implied but not directly expressed.
deduce If you deduce something, it means you work it out through reasoning.
statement A statement is a clear expression in speech or writing.

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declarative
sentence
imperative
interrogative
objective
tone
eyewitness
account
narrative
linear
cyclical
foreshadow
explicit
implicit
deduce
statement

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