Lesson 25: Nonfiction Terms
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a geographical or social variety of a language, with its own unique vocabulary, grammar, and pronuncation, making it different from other varieties.
A passage from a book or music that is selected, performed, or copied.
A piece of writing designed to explain or provide information
figure of speech
An expression used to create a different meaning or a different effect
Something that serves as the head, such as a headline or title, at the top of the beginning of a page of text
The most important piece of information the author wants the reader to know
A story told in detail
Dealing with facts as they exist, with no influence of personal feeling, prejudices, or interpretation. Fair, impartial, unbiased.
Believing something to be true, even without sufficient evidence; proposing a theory
Affected by personal vues, experience, or background. Emotional; based on inner experience rather than fact.
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