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Def: x history understand the science that explains the facts about the human past. In literature, however, when we talk about history we mean the narration of events which even seem real, have been invented. Therefore we say that the narrative is a fiction story. Def: linear order is the most common form of presenting the facts of a story. The story progresses following this scheme: Approach: It consists of the initial situation: the characters are presented, are at a place and at a certain time and proposes a project that they want to perform. Knot: The initial situation is complicated am l the appearance of a conflict, which is the engine of the action: the characters try to resolve to complete the initial project. denouement: The action culminates in a final status: the conflict is resolved with the success or failure of the characters. D: (the order non-linear) Often the author organizes his story by altering the temporal order of events. Basically there are two procedures for doing so: Retrospecció: that is a leap back to the past or (flash back). It is when the narrator interrupts the story and go back in time to tell the reader know that past events. It is an often used but recurd recover a past that explain the behavior, character and circumstànies current characters. The advance, which is a leap forward or the future (flash forward). It is when the narrator announces events which have not occurred. Def: The bilingual dictionary is one that translates words and expressions from one language to another.Def: The routine use of two or more languages can easily cause interference language, ie, replacing the right word for the equivalent in another language. Can also occur in unrealistic of phrases, the phrases, the proverbs, grammatical structures ... Ex: illness = illness = less bad luck, nothing to do = anything to do, has been realized = realized. def: The interjections are words or phrases invariant characteristics of oral language and the colloquial register that express attitudes and feelings of the speaker or help to establish communication between the speaker and listener. ( can be of 2 types): The interjections themselves are simple shapes, vague meaning, which can only aquario as interjections (ai, ui, O Come, ecs ...)The names are improper interjections, verbs, adverbs or phrases that are used as interjections (alert, good day, we're there, go ahead, God not bad) The interjections, as they reveal basic communicative function, can be classified into three groups:
Intejeccions expressive: They expressed feelings of speaking, positive (joy, wonder, surprise ...) or negative (pain, fear, setbacks, disgust, disbelief ...) Own: Oh, oh, oh, u, uh, ECS, Uix , ca, apa, bah, ear, PSE, rai, xe, ah yes? Improper: my God, pity, go, hike, not Foti, and now, what do you say now, what remedies go, where to go, blowing, long live that good shit, which sucks ...
Interjections of incitement to act, attracts the attention of the listener: to warn of danger, ordering l action, we encourage you to do something ... Own: ei, ep, eh, APA, AU, height, successfully ... Improper: listen, forgive, attention, alert mind, monitors, relief, silence, above, below, was, come, we are here, please (please) ...

Interjections Contact: formulas are social relationship between sender and receiver (greeting, farewell, thanks, congratulations, sorry, assent, dissent, etc. ...) Own: (ei, hi, AU, APA, right?, Huh?, ah ... not improper: good day, bye, Au revoir, have fun, until then, thanks for nothing, sorry, congratulations, for many years, and oh so in any way, nor think of it, d 'OK, understood ...)
Def: The heckling expessen stress and, therefore, often introduce prayers exclamativa mode (Reno, that although you do!, "Hey, watch you fall to the abyss!) Def: The onomatopoeia are a special class of interjections that linguistically or imitate natural sounds evoke movements of objects:Elementary onomatopoeia, imitating natural sounds (bub-bub (dog my (cat); Piu-Piu (bird); Atxim (sneeze), EU (crying) ha-ha-ha he-he, it is (laughter ) rump-rump (engine); bum (explosion); tick (clock); nyigo-nyigo (violin); CRIC-crack (mechanism) ...
Onomatopoeia secondary noises evoke movements. Zas (rapid movement); inch (noise of a stroke or a blow); pataplaf (fall); patatxap (falling water); chip-chap (agitation of a liquid); gloc-gloc (liquid leaving a bottle) Xano-Xano (walking slowly); chup-chup (slow boil a liquid); chirping (deaf and continuous murmur) ZZZ (mosquito) ... Despite being considered interjections, most of onomatopoeia can also function as names (was allowed to make the stew the chup-chup for two hours.) After some onomatopoeia have trained nouns and verbs derived (Xiu-Xiu -> whisper, speak in low voice.)
Spelling Rule 1: Enter "b" in front of an L and R (blue, furniture, branch, poor; the parrot! Wise) Standard 2: Enter "b" in the words which alternates with "P" ( know -> know, know, know, know, none ---> fit, cabem, cabessin, cabut) Standard 3: Typically, type "b" behind a "m" (environment, tomb, ambition, the parrot ! tram) Standard 4: Write "v" in the imperfect indicative of the first conjugation (walking, was, arrived) Standard 5: Write "v" in the words which alternates with a "u" (new -- -> new, new, very new, blue ---> blue blavor, blavíssim) Standard 6: Normally, type "v" behind a "No" (But invited, send, diminished). In lace with: Finally, reach,fog, Basque pod bandage, wart, beam dump, curved, bandage, mobile, forget receiving bank, sap, soap, work, troubadour, find a lawyer, syrup, passed down fir, grandfather, bored is, abortion, baba, climate, riding, horse, cowardly, clever, government record, having lip, cloud, flag, rust, sage, buckle, tavern, boat, calf, red glaze.

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