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THE FEELINGS AND, OR EMOTIONS A READER GETS WHILE READING A STORY
a) TONE b) IMAGERY c) MOOD d) THEME
A BRIEF SUMMARY THAT EXPLAINS WHAT THE STORY IS ABOUT
a) PLOT b) MAIN IDEA c) SETTING d) TONE
THE WORDS CHOSEN BY THE AUTHOR TO DESCRIBE A CHARACTER, SETTING AND, OR EVENT IN A STORY
a) SETTING b) PLOT c) TONE d) IMAGERY
THE MAJOR EVENTS IN A STORY THAT EXPLAIN WHAT THE STORY IS ABOUT
a) SETTING b) TONE c) THEME d) PLOT
the narrator tells the story from his/her point of view. The narrator uses the pronouns I,me,my,we,us is____?
a) first person pov b) second person pov c) third person pov omniscient d) third person pov limited
This is the central or universal message in a story
a) THEME b) SYMBOL c) MAIN IDEA d) CONFLICT
when the reader knows more than the characters know is ____?
a) verbal irony b) situational irony c) dramatic irony d)
THE CENTRAL PROBLEM IN A STORY
a) PLOT b) SYMBOL c) THEME d) CONFLICT
THE DESCRIPTIVE LANGUAGE THAT APPEALS TO THE READERS FIVE SENSES
a) TONE b) MOOD c) IMAGERY d) SETTING
the narrator knows all the actions, motives, thoughts and feelings of all the characters in a work of literature is____?
a) first person pov b) second person pov c) third person limited pov d) third person omniscient pov
Foreshadowing is______?
a) the main story in a work of literature b) what happened in the past c) clues that hint at events that will later occur in the plot d) the author suggests that something happened but it did not happen
When the author provides clues/hints to the reader to suggest that something will happen later in the plot is____?
a) Flashback b) Foreshadowing c) Suspense d) Irony
Mike felt as confident as ever when he started his boat engine that day. He noticed a few clouds gathering overhead, but did not worry about them. This is an example of________________?
a) foreshadowing b) flashback c) suspense d) irony
Flashback is____?
a) when the narrator tells about events that will never happen b) when the narrator tell about events that will happen in the future c) when the narrator tells about events that are happening d) when the narrator tells about events that happened in the past
When the narrator leaves the present and tells a story that happened in the past is an example of_____?
a) foreshadowing b) suspense c) flashback d) irony
A long-forgotten memory came back to Peter as he drove through his old neighborhood. Mr. Smith's dog was chasing him down the street. He fell, and pain shot through his arm. This is an example of ____?
a) flashback b) foreshadowing c) suspense d) irony
Suspense is___?
a) events that happened in the past b) hints or clues about what will occur later in a story c) the anxiety/excitements about what will happen next in a story d) the opposite of what you expected to happen in a story
The intense feeling the audience goes through while waiting for the outcome of certain events is______?
a) foreshadowing b) flashback c) suspense d) irony
when a character says something but means the opposite is_______?
a) verbal irony b) situational irony c) dramatic irony d)
when the opposite of what the reader expects to happens occurs is______?
a) verbal irony b) situational irony c) dramatic irony d)
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