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Imagery
Imagery
Samantha Jacobs Cara Coppola English 101 08 December 2015 Imagery “Love is like the wind, you can’t see it but you can feel it.” Nicholas Sparks wrote that in his book A Walk to Remember, an amazing novel about two young teenagers who fall in love. Authors are able to capture their reader’s attention by using imagery. Imagery is visually descriptive or figurative language, especially in a literary work. Nicholas Sparks does an amazing job in that one sentence of grabbing the reader’s attention a
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6 June 2016
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LAPORAN PEMBEKALAN MATERI PESERTA PLPG TAHUN 2017 Nama: Ridwan NUPTK: 9143764665110043 Nomer Peserta: 17191515710097 Bidang Studi: Bahasa Inggris Nama Sekolah: SMPN 2 Panca Rijang LAPORAN PEMBEKALAN MATERI PERIODE EMPAT Sumber Belajar Bidang Studi Ringkasan Materi DISCUSSION Discussion is a text which presents a problematic discourse. This problem will be discussed from different points of view. It presents pro and contra opinion on certain issue. The purpose of a discussion text is to present