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Vocabulary Practice

Mrs. Leyrer/Mrs. Jozwiak

haiku to juvenile

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2.Pertaining to children. For example: Juvenile literature is literature written for children to read.
3.An exaggeration of events or characteristics (Paul Bunyan was fifty feet tall, for example.)
5.Words that an author uses to help paint a picture (leave an image) in his readers mind.
8.A written symbol that represents not a single letter or sound, but an entire idea. (Japanese, Chinese, etc. are examples.)
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1.“Choose your Own Adventure” novels. Becoming more popular as electronic texts grow in number.
3.Thoughts that do not agree with the teachings of the Roman Catholic church.
4.Saying one thing and meaning another. When accidental events occur that seem oddly appropriate or strangely connected.
6.An arrogant, self-pride. Lack of insight or desire to improve due to self-satisfaction.
7.A type of poetry consisting of three lines with 5, 7 and 5 syllables per line respectively, often reflecting on images from nature.

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