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Reading 2

Across
The use of words that represent sounds
The parts of a text that stand out (diagram, table of contents
The reason the author has for writing
The ending or final outcome of a story
The repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning of words
The turning point in the action of a story--the problem is solved
Instructions given to the actors so they know how to act and the tone of voice to use
To say that something is larger than it really is; to stretch the truth
A word part that can be added at the end of a word to make up a new word
Drawings or photographs that help explain the text
This type of text informs or instructs the reader
Poetrythat does not contain regular patterns of rhythm or rhyme
Down
The events that make up a story
To draw a reasonable conclusion from the information presented
Elaborate exaggeration
Instructions for actors and stage crew, usually in italics
The person who is telling the story; the speaker
The reason why something happens
A comparison or two unlike things without using like or as
The following of one thing after another