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a punctuation mark used in the following contexts:
- When additional information is given in parenthesis, e.g. Mr Smith – who is a referee – is coming on tour.
- To indicate a dramatic comment, e.g. We woke up and saw – snow in Johannesburg!
- To give extra information, e.g. I know you will come – we need you.
Notice that the dash line is slightly longer than a hyphen line.
a figure of speech in which the term for one thing is applied to another associated with it, e.g...
a line giving the name of the writer of a story or article.
a special effect that presents the action at a slower than normal pace. This can be used for...
a horizontal movement of the camera to the left or right.