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1Literary & Grammar Analysis “The Minister’s Black Veil”by Nathaniel Hawthrone
2GrammarAdjective Clause- a subordinate clause that modifies a noun or pronoun by telling what kind or which one.
3GrammarAdverb Clause- a subordinate clause that modifies a verb, adjective, adverb or verbal by telling where, when, in what way, to what extent, under what condition or why-2 Aunts on both moms and dads side.-Sister goes to River ridge
4GrammarNoun clause- a subordinate clause that functions as the subject or direct object in a sentence.
5The town did not understand why he wore the veil. (noun clause) Examples of ClausesThe veil that Mr. Hooper wore was disturbing to the congregation. (adjective clause modifying the noun veil)When Mr. Hooper started wearing the veil, everyone wondered why. (adverb clause modifying the verb wondered.)The town did not understand why he wore the veil. (noun clause)Kindergarten: learning basic math and reading skills1st:don’t remember reading changing.4th: Science was pretty simple when it started
6Literary Parable- story that teaches a moral lesson Airsofting: Try to get large parties of people. All out airsoft warsBaseball: played for 6 years 3 years for babe ruthGaming: Own an xbox 360 playstation 3, and nintendo wii (do a lot of gaming)
7LiteraryInference- a conclusion you make when you apply your life experience to story details. Make inferences by noting descriptions, dialogue, and actions and assessing in view of your own knowledge of human nature.Game designing (don’t know a lot of programming)Never been hunting but have shot a shotgun.
8Example of an Inference Textual Evidence: “A sad smile gleamed faintly from beneath the black veil,…”Inference:The minister has suffered a loss.
9Vocabulary Define the following words on page 270 Inanimate Venerable PathosImpertinentObstinacyImperceptible