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when a narrator reflects on something from the past they are using
a) hyperbole b) figurative language c) foreshadowing d) flashback
when we use language to exaggerate something we are using a/n
a) simile b) hyperbole c) metaphor d) figurative language
when we can see, taste, smell, feel or hear the language, it's considered
a) imagery b) diction c) metaphor d) simile
dramatic irony is found in _____________ only
a) novels b) short fiction c) dramatic works (plays) d) dictionaries
When we 'infer' we use prior information (inference)
a) true b) false c) d)
when we predict - we are basically guessing with NO PRIOR INFORMATION
a) True b) false c) d)
using words like jumbo shrimp, pretty ugly, and almost perfect are
a) characters b) similes c) oxymorons d) metaphors
if the leaves are dancing and my refrigerator is wheezing, I am using
a) metaphors b) personification c) oxymorons d) similes
the framework of ALL FICTION uses
a) none of the below b) the elements of psychology c) the elements of science d) the elements of PLOT
first person point of view uses the pronoun _______ when narrating
a) he, she b) I c) they, them d) him, her
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