By: Elena Medina
Point of View:
2nd person: this is never apporpriate in the formal academic essay use pronouns such as (You, yours, yourself, yourselves)
-A letter or email
3rd person limited: you have all of the constraints of first person, the person woudl wonder more precisely use pronouns such as (he, him, her, she, its, they, them)
3rd person omniscient: knows all the thoughs and feelings of all the characters in the story, use pronouns such as (he, him, her, she, them, their, its)
Simile and Metaphor
Metaphor: a figure of speech in which a term or phrase is applied to something towhich it is not literally applicable in order to suggest a resemblance, asin “A mighty fortress is our God.”.
a short poem of songlike quality
a long, narrative poem that is usually about heroic deeds and events that are significant.
a form of poetry that tells a story
Common Place Assertion
that is held to be true by most people but not backed up with facts
a view or judgement formed about something
something that you can prove with facts