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a twist or sudden change in the plot that reverses the fortune of one of the characters in a way that is ironic, e.g. a greedy character discovers that his own greed has led to the loss of all his money.
words formed by linking two or more words by means of hyphens, e.g. mother-in-law.
an overblown statement, e.g. I had thousands of guests this weekend.
he, she or it in the singular and they in the plural.
any account of something that happened (events that took place). This can be a verbal report or...
(memo for short) a short note written to one person or to several people within the same...