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

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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
The dialogue between the characters is very realistic.
exclamation
She let out a sudden exclamation of surprise.

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