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4 Forms of Writing

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  • 6:49 / 7:10

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  • Education

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Video Vocabulary

/drəˈmadik/

dramatic
adjective

relating to drama.

/ˈkerəktər/

characters
noun other verb

individual's mental and moral qualities. People's personality or nature. write.

/ˈjərnl/

journal
noun verb

A diary; record of what you do every day. write in journal or diary.

/ˈint(ə)rəstiNG/

interesting
adjective verb

arousing curiosity or interest. To persuade to do, become involved with something.

welcome - welcome

/ˈwelkəm/

welcome
adjective exclamation noun verb

Being what was wanted or needed. used to greet someone in polite or friendly way. instance or manner of greeting someone. To greet someone who has just arrived.

/ˈprīvit/

private
adjective noun

for or belonging to one person. (Soldier of) lowest rank of a soldier in the army.

/ˈanəməl/

animals
noun other

living organism. Living creatures that are not plants or people.

/ˈfikSH(ə)n(ə)l/

fictional
adjective

Including people and events that are not real.

/ˈhapən/

happens
verb

To take place or occur.

/ˈfikSH(ə)n/

fiction
noun

literature in form of prose that describes imaginary events and people.

/ˈnōtˌbo͝ok/

notebook
noun

Book with blank pages used for writing notes.

/ˌikˈspirēəns/

experiences
noun other verb

contact with facts or events. Knowledge gained by living life, doing new things. encounter event or occurrence.

/THro͞o/

through
adjective adverb preposition

From one end or side of something to the other. expressing movement into one side and out of other side of opening etc.. moving in one side and out of other side of.

/əˈmōSH(ə)n/

emotions
noun other

strong feeling deriving from one's circumstances, mood. Feelings such as sadness, anger or love.