Characterized by clear perception or understanding; rational or sane
What is lucid?
Disagreeable to the ear; dissonant; harsh
What is discordant?
Great energy, strength, concentration, vehemence, etc., as of activity, thought, or feeling
What is intensity?
Hatred or intolerance of another race or other races
What is racism?
Mental or emotional strain; intense, suppressed suspense, anxiety, or excitement
What is tension?
Movement, passage, or change from one position, state, subject, etc., to another; change
What is transition?
Not clear or plain; ambiguous, vague, or uncertain
What is obscure?
Of deep meaning; of great and broadly inclusive significance
What is profound?
Of great or far-reaching importance or consequence
What is momentous?
Point of view or opinion
What is perspective?
Pretending or feigning; make-believe
What is pretense?
Strongly desirous; eager
What is ambitious?
Sure to occur, or happen
What is inevitable?
The act or state of looking forward or anticipating
What is expectation?
A character that changes.
What is a dynamic character?
The character in a story who opposes the main character.
Who is the antagonist?
Think about the title, genre, and author of a text to identify its topic, note important details about each section as you read, and then sum up the section, including only the most important details.
How do you summarize the main ideas of a non-fiction text?
Use context clues that the writer provides, such as looking for a definition, a synonym, or an example.
What is how to clarify vocabulary?
decide what each question-and-answer pair in an interview is mostly about, think about that the ideas mean, and write the important ideas in your own words.
How do you write a summary of an interview?
The effect, result, or outcome of something occurring earlier
What is consequence?
The quality of being real or genuine
What is authenticity?
To be the stronger or leading element or force
What is predominate?
To exert oneself to do or effect something; make an effort; strive
What is endeavor?
To find fault with (a person, group, etc.); blame