English 10 (Semester 2) Unit 2

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Last updated: May 6, 2019
Characterization
The act of creating and developing a character

Ways that authors develop characters…
what they look likehow they dresswhat they sayhow they speakwhat they feel or thinkhow they affect other charactersways they respond to other characters

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Descriptive Writing
it is used to describe a person, place, thing, or event in detail…

creates a well developed verbal picture

Objective Case
it is used for…direct objectsindirect objectsobjects of prepositions

Objective Case Pronouns
MeYouHim Her ItUsThem

Direct Object
Answers the questions ‘to whom?’ or ‘for whom?’

Possessive Case
It is used to show ownership or possession

Possessive Case Pronouns
My, MineYour, YoursHis, Her, HersItsOur, OursTheir, Theirs

Object of a Preposition
the noun or pronoun that follows a preposition or prepositional phrase

Ramayana
Set in ancient times and is an epic poem

Valmiki
An Indian poetWas once a robber and robbed a ‘Holy Man’…after that, he changed and would meditate..

..that’s when he wrote Ramayana

dialect
a form of a language that is spoken in a particular area and that uses some of its own words, grammar, and pronunciations

subcontinent
a large area of land that is a part of a continent

Turrents
small towers

Canopies
a covering or structure similar to a roof

Incarnation
a bodily manifestation of a deity or spirit

quelled
reduced to passivity

lamentations
expressions of sorrow

Hallucination
a perception of something that is not really there

heirloom
a family possession of great value handed down from generation to generation

furrow
a small trench in the ground made by a plow

godlings
a lesser god

immolate
To kill by fires

moonstone
a creamy white colored gem stone

epistle
A letter

pirouetted
spun rapidly (In reference to dancing)

Setting
The time and place of the action in a storyThe setting of a story influences the characters’ values, attitudes, manners, and actions and is often important to the story’s meaning.

Proviso
a condition; a stipulation

unequivocally
clearly, unimaginatively

euphemisms
polite expressions delicacies

circumlocutions
roundabout expressions

insolent
disrespectful or arrogant

Incongruous
Inappropriate; improper

irrefutable
inarguable; undeniable

taciturn
quiet by nature; not talkative

imperceptible
unobservable; unperceivable

betokened
indicated; or showed

portent
forewarning; sign; presage

tantamount
Equivalent; equal

Nominative Case (who vs. Whom)
whowhoever

Objective Case (who vs. Whom)
whomwhomever

Possessive Case (who vs. Whom)
whose

Symbolism
A symbol is an object, color, or image that stands for something else.

A concept or idea can have more than one symbol and can mean more than one thingSymbols mean different things in different context and cultures (i.e. In some cultures, black represents mourning, but in other cultures, white does.)

Symbol
Something that has meaning in and of itself, but also represents a larger idea

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