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Study the word list: Key Stage 3: English: adv - exc

Word list: Key Stage 3: English: adv - exc

advertise They had to advertise to find their missing cat.
advertisement I saw an advertisement for a new drink.
alliteration Alliteration involves words that begin with the same sound.
apostrophe You can use an apostrophe to show possession. (Jane's blue car).
atmosphere The writer varies her sentence lengths to create a tense atmosphere.
chorus In Greek tragedy the chorus comments on the action.
clause Clause is a sentence within another sentence.
comma Use a comma to indicate pauses between parts of a sentence.
comparison We need to make a comparison between these two poems.
conjunction A word which joins other words together is called a conjunction.
consonant A consonant is a letter in the alphabet that is not a vowel.
dialogue British English spelling but is sometimes accepted as American spelling The dialogue between the characters is very realistic.
exclamation She let out a sudden exclamation of surprise.

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