ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL

A famous example of hyperbole

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Answer 1
Answer: I told you a million times to put your coat away
Answer 2
Answer: A very common one would be I'm so hungry I could eat a horse

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HIGH SCHOOL

How is literary nonfiction unique from other types of nonfiction?

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Literary nonfiction is the closest thing to a written document. Take for example you were in the Renaissance era, where new art, and theries, and styles were being developed. You, a young novelist, were to write about what you saw. This written piece that you've written can be used to change history. How? Because you can write about, how it was developed, how it was created, the smaller details that we overlook.

Try and picture yourself now. You see a new historic site being built. And you wrote about it. 200 years into the future an architecture found what you wrote and used it to help change the style of future buildings.

Bottom line... it helps change, impact and inform us of what we weren't able to see. 

Make sense?
MIDDLE SCHOOL

I need an answer ASAP IM BEIN TIMED ! What is the meaning of “point of view” in a short story?








A.

the perspective from which a story is told

B.

the central idea of the story

C.

the time when the story takes place

D.

the place where the story is set

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Point of View vs. Narrator. Point of view is very closely linked with the concept of a narrator. The narrator of a story can be a participant in the story, meaning this character is a part of the plot, or a non-participant. The point of view in a story refers to the position of the narrator in relation to the story.

The answer is B. Because is is the point of view
COLLEGE

Which of these would be considered music in a drama? A. Dancing. B.pauses. C. Props. D. Special effects

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Answer:

Dancing

Explanation:

Dancing would most likely be considered music in a drama. This is because dancing rarely happens on its own. Instead, it is normally accompanied by music. Moreover, both dancing and music would be out of the ordinary in most plays, as these mostly rely on dialogue. Therefore, dancing would most likely be noted carefully in the play, and it would most likely be classified as music.

For me is a because is dancing 
HIGH SCHOOL

While reading short story readers know that Jesse cheats on Sara but Sara doesn't know what kind of irony is this? A)Situational irony
B)Dramatic irony
C)Sarcastic irony
D)Verbal irony

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Verbal Irony i think

Answer:

To whom it may concern, I believe that it is situational irony.

Explanation:

Jesse is in a situation where Sara doesn't know that Jesse is cheating on her.

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