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Fronting: Check your knowledge

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  1. False. Just to put emphasis in something.
  2. The focus is on cooking.
  3. The focus is on 鈥渋n the waiting room鈥.

1. False. Fronting is used in English language and works to do emphasis in a specif part of the sentence.
2. Cooking is the emphasized word.
3. In the waiting room is the emphasized phrase.

  1. Fronting can be used in everyday language, so we sound more fluent.

    False! We don鈥檛 use fronting in everyday language unless we want to use it to put emphasis on a particular thing in a sentence.

    It is more required in writing.
    .

  2. Where is the focus in this sentence?

    I like to cook and read. Cooking I like the most.

    The focus is on 鈥渃ooking鈥.

    Normal order: I like cooking the most.
    .

  3. Where is the focus in this sentence?

    In the waiting room, she waited patiently for the doctor to call her.

    The focus is on 鈥榳aiting room鈥.

    Normal order: She waited patiently in the waiting room.

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  • False
  • Cooking
  • she waited patiently X, in the waiting room
  1. False
  2. The focus is on 鈥渃ooking鈥
  3. The focus is on 鈥渨aiting room鈥
  1. False! Unless you want to put more emphasis in something.
  2. It focuses on 鈥淐ooking I like more鈥
  3. The focus is 鈥淥n the waiting room鈥
1. False 2\. focus is cooking 2. Focus in the waiting room
In literature, the term "fronting" does not refer to the pronunciation of sounds, as it does in linguistics. Instead, in the context of literature, "fronting" generally relates to the presentation or emphasis of certain elements within a text. Here are a couple of ways in which the term is used: \### 1. \*\*Fronting of Characters:\*\* \- In literature, authors may choose to "front" or emphasize certain characters by giving them a prominent role in the narrative. This can involve placing a character at the forefront of the story, focusing on their experiences, thoughts, and development. Fronting characters can be a narrative strategy to engage readers with specific individuals and their journeys. \*\*Example:\*\* \- In a novel, the author might choose to front a secondary character in certain chapters, providing insights into their perspective and background, even if the main narrative revolves around a different protagonist. \### 2. \*\*Fronting of Themes or Motifs:\*\* \- Authors may front particular themes, motifs, or symbolic elements in their literary works. This involves giving prominence to certain ideas or recurring symbols to convey deeper meanings and messages to the readers. \*\*Example:\*\* \- In a poem, the repeated mention of a specific motif or theme, such as the passage of time or the symbolism of a particular color, can be a form of fronting. This draws attention to these elements and underscores their significance in the work. \### 3. \*\*Fronting of Narrative Techniques:\*\* \- Authors may also choose to front specific narrative techniques or literary devices. This can include prominently featuring elements like flashbacks, foreshadowing, or unreliable narration to shape the reader's experience and understanding of the story. \*\*Example:\*\* \- A novel might open with a flash-forward, providing a glimpse into a future event, and then return to the present to unfold the narrative. This fronting of a narrative technique sets the tone and raises questions about what will happen in the story. \### How to Use Fronting in Literature: 1\. \*\*Strategic Emphasis:\*\* \- Consider strategically emphasizing certain characters, themes, or narrative techniques to achieve specific literary effects. This can enhance the depth and complexity of your storytelling. 2\. \*\*Create Narrative Tension:\*\* \- Fronting can be used to create narrative tension and intrigue. By highlighting certain elements early on, you engage readers and encourage them to explore the unfolding narrative to understand the significance of the fronted elements. 3\. \*\*Symbolic Fronting:\*\* \- Use fronting to convey symbolic meanings. By placing certain symbols, motifs, or themes at the forefront, you invite readers to delve into the layers of meaning within your literary work. 4\. \*\*Character Development:\*\* \- Fronting characters allows for in-depth exploration of their personalities, motivations, and conflicts. This can contribute to robust character development and add richness to the overall narrative. 5\. \*\*Temporal Fronting:\*\* \- Experiment with the timing of events and revelations in your narrative. Fronting temporal elements, such as flashbacks or foreshadowing, can create a dynamic structure and keep readers engaged. 6\. \*\*Align with Genre and Style:\*\* \- Consider how fronting aligns with the genre and style of your literary work. Different genres and styles may benefit from distinct approaches to fronting characters, themes, or narrative techniques. Remember that fronting in literature is a deliberate choice made by authors to shape the narrative, engage readers, and convey deeper meanings. It involves the strategic placement of certain elements to draw attention and create a specific impact on the reader's experience.
  1. False. We can鈥檛 overuse fronting. It is more for academic writing.
  2. Cooking
  3. In the waiting room
  1. Fronting is more for Emphazis than to soun fluent.
  2. Cooking, is the thing you hava gain emphazised.
  3. On the Waitng room ---- with patience.
  • False
  • Cooking
  • waiting room

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False. Just to put emphasis in something.
The focus is on cooking.
The focus is on 鈥渋n the waiting room鈥.

  1. False
  2. Cooking
  3. Waiting room

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Muy bien excelente aprend铆 bastante en este curso muy bien excelente curso muy bueno aprend铆 bastante

Muy bien excelente aprend铆 bastante en este curso muy bien excelente curso muy bueno

  • Fronting can be used in everyday language so we sound more fluent.
    FALSE
  • Where is the focus in this sentence?
    The focus is on "COOKING"
  • Where is the focus in this sentence?
    The focus is on "WAITING ROOM"

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False
The focus is on 鈥渃ooking鈥
The focus is on 鈥渨aiting room鈥

  1. False
  2. On 鈥淐ooking鈥
  3. On 鈥渢he waiting room鈥

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1.False. Just to put emphasis in something.
2.The focus is on cooking.
3.The focus is on 鈥渋n the waiting room鈥.

False. Just to put emphasis in something.
The focus is on cooking.
The focus is on 鈥渋n the waiting room鈥.

1.False. Just to put emphasis in something.
2.The focus is on cooking.
3.The focus is on 鈥渋n the waiting room鈥.

False
The focus is on cooking
the focus is on the waiting room

  1. False. Fronting is used in English language and works to do emphasis in a specif part of the sentence.
  2. Cooking is the emphasized word.
  3. In the waiting room is the emphasized phrase

False. Just to put emphasis in something.
The focus is on cooking.
The focus is on 鈥渋n the waiting room鈥.

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1- False. It鈥檚 used for emphasis, not to sound more fluent.
2- The focus is on cooking.
3- In this case the focus is on 鈥渢he waiting room鈥.

1.- False because is more frequent in writing
2.-Cooking because is using an emphasis
2.-Waiting room because is the object where it is show more importance

  1. False
  2. The focus is on cooking
  3. The focus is on the waiting room
  1. False, Fronting is an advanced linguistic resource, we can鈥檛 use it always, otherwise people are going to get confused.
  2. I like to cook and read, Cooking i like the most.
  3. In the waiting room she waited patiently for the doctor to call her.
  • False

  • Emphasis on ** cooking**.

  • Emphasis on the waiting room.

  • False. You鈥檒l look like weirdo.
  • The focus is on cooking.
  • The focus is on the waiting room.

Fronting seems to be a very good resource when you are writing a story and you want to hide events or details to be shown later. I imagine it as a useful resource when you write about detectives and crime hahaha.

  • False
  • The focus is on cooking
  • the focus is on the waiting room