anonymous
  • anonymous
The literary term for a conversation between characters in a work of nonfiction (or fiction) is: Figurative language Dialogue Metaphorical discourse Discussion
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schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
@TheStudyOwl
BostonBlue
  • BostonBlue
in a tv show or a play, do you know what the writing is called in a scene of two or more people, that gives the person's name and then the lines they say to the other person? i'll give you a hint: it's not a monologue . . . .
TheStudyOwl
  • TheStudyOwl
Hi, Well first lets get the definitions of these terms. "Figurative language is a word or phrase that departs from everyday literal language for the sake of comparison, emphasis, clarity, or freshness." "Dialogue: a conversation between two persons." I believe metaphorical discourse, is when people are using many metaphors. "The action or process of talking about something, typically in order to reach a decision or to exchange ideas." So after reviewing these definitions which one would fit "a conversation between characters in a work of nonfiction (or fiction)"?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
It's the dialogue
TheStudyOwl
  • TheStudyOwl
You got it!(: Let me know if you need help with anything else(:
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok Thanks
TheStudyOwl
  • TheStudyOwl
Thank you for the medal and fan @BostonBlue (:
BostonBlue
  • BostonBlue
you're welcome. you gave a nice explanation of all those terms! hey @iceicebaby, you should medal TheStudyOwl too! when someone takes the time to help you, it's a nice idea to give them a medal.
anonymous
  • anonymous
They should let you medal two people
TheStudyOwl
  • TheStudyOwl
Thanks(: @BostonBlue Thank you for the medal @iceicebaby (:
BostonBlue
  • BostonBlue
that's a nice thought. but TheStudyOwl deserved them this time!
TheStudyOwl
  • TheStudyOwl
Aww, thanks again(: @BostonBlue I liked your explanation as well.
BostonBlue
  • BostonBlue
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