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1. Exclamatory – express a strong emotion (think exclamation point). 2. Declarative – making a statement (think of the word ‘declare’). 3. Imperative –

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1 1. Exclamatory – express a strong emotion (think exclamation point). 2. Declarative – making a statement (think of the word ‘declare’). 3. Imperative – giving a command (think of the word ‘important’). 4. Interrogative – asking a question (think of a question mark or the word ‘interrogate’). Sentence Form 1. Welcome, agents of the Inquisition. Sentence Form - ____________________________ 2. What has brought you to Redcliff? Sentence Form - ____________________________ 3. If it wasn’t you who invited me here, who was it? Sentence Form - ____________________________ 4. The situation has changed. Sentence Form - ____________________________ 5. I understand that you are afraid, but you deserve better. Sentence Form - ____________________________ 6. I no longer have the authority to negotiate with you. Sentence Form - ____________________________ 7. Welcome my friends! Sentence Form - ____________________________

2 Utilize the lyrics offered below to analyze the song from Dragon Age: Inquisition. Lyrical Analysis Shadows fall And hope has fled Steel your heart The dawn will come The night is long And the path is dark Look to the sky For one day soon The dawn will come The shepherd’s lost And his home is far Keep to the stars The dawn will come The night is long And the path is dark Look to the sky For one day soon The dawn will come Bare your blade And raise it high Stand your ground The dawn will come The night is long And the path is dark Look to the sky For one day soon The dawn will come

3 Lyrical Analysis 1.How many verses are in the song? 2.Choose two lines which have a negative connotation. This means lines that don’t necessarily say something bad is going to happen, but their intended meaning is negative or dangerous. 3.What is the syllable structure of the first verse? The first one has been done for you. Line 1: Shadows fall = Three syllables Line 2: Line 3: Line 4: 4.Do you notice a pattern in the first verse regarding syllables? If so, what pattern do you see? 5.What line is used repeatedly to show a positive connotation, or that there is indeed hope in their challenge? 4.What verse seems to suggest that they rise up to the challenge? 5.Explain how the music sets the mood for the song. Does it remain the same? Does it build in intensity?


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