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Study the word list: Key Stage 3: English: plu - vow

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plural
Indices is plural for index. *
prefix
A prefix is put in front of a word to change its meaning.
preposition
A preposition precedes a noun. *
resolution
The more pixels, the better the resolution.
rhyme
Time, crime and chime all rhyme.
scene
The picture showed a peaceful country scene.
simile
A simile involves comparing one thing to something else.
soliloquy
Shakespeare uses Macbeth's soliloquy to show that he is unsure about what to do. *
subordinate
A subordinate clause is typically introduced to a sentence with a conjunction.
suffix
A suffix goes at the end of a root word. *
synonym
A synonym is a word with the same or similar meaning to another word. *
tabloid
Tabloid newspapers tend to have more pictures.
vocabulary
Use a thesaurus to widen your vocabulary.
vowel
Assonance involves words that have the same vowel sound. *

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