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Wisc- Bingo Vocabulary Demo

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This game covers vocabulary terms that may be included in high school English Language Arts but is not made for a specific class. It is only a demonstration of the site.

Created Date 03.20.23
Last Updated 03.20.23
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  • A term/phrase that describes an object by directly comparing it to something else, like "Life is a highway"
  • The portion of a sentence that includes the noun(s) and any of its/their modifiers
  • The portion of a sentence that includes the verb(s) and any of its/their modifiers.
  • A brief exclamation that is made to show emotion, such as "Ugh!" or "Ooh!"
  • A verb that describes a state of being, such as "became," "were," "was," or "is".
  • A verb that allows the main verb to describe when an action is occurring, such as "had," "will," or "shall".
  • A comparison between two things, usually for a clarification or to make a point
  • Positive or negative associations that are made to a word, such as red with anger
  • The literal meaning of a term
  • The study of the origin and construction of words
  • To translate information from the source material into your own words
  • To mentally break down the points in a text to find out how they relate to each other and the general purpose
  • Containing both a subject and a predicate; may be complete or incomplete
  • How a phoneme (or sound) is written, including one or more letters
  • A unit of a sound or word, like "ah", or "th"
  • To take someone else's work and claim it is your own or provide insufficient credit to the original creator.
  • The overall events that take place in a story
  • What is directly stated within the text
  • Something that is included in the text, but is only suggested rather than outright stated
  • A quick reference to another creative work or historical event/person, or a place
  • Phrases, expressions, and words that have a meaning that is not literal.
  • A phrase that compares to distinct subjects by using the words "like" or "as"
  • An abstract concept that covers the entire focus of a literary work
  • How the author reflects their attitude through the choice of words used
  • The feelings expressed by a creator throughout the work through the structure, rhetoric, or perspective