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What type of informational text, nonfiction, that is used to explain, describe, or give information?
a) expository b) persuasive c) fiction d)
What type of figurative language makes references to famous people, places, books, etc.. like the Statute of Liberty
a) allusion b) theme c) personification d) simile
What is the central idea or message of a literary work called?
a) allusion b) theme c) setting d) plot
What is the problem or struggle that a character or characters have to face in a story?
a) exposition b) plot c) conflict d) resolution
What type of informational text tries to get a person to agree with the subject, issue, thought, or idea?
a) expository b) persuasive c) descriptive d)
Pick the sentence that uses the meaning of the word that is given. Definition for wound: an open sore from an injury
a) Stephanie wound the yarn into a ball. b) His wound healed slowly. c) d)
The figurative language that uses two opposite terms together such as jumbo shrimp and living dead.
a) personification b) alliteration c) imagery d) oxymoron
Pick the sentence that uses the meaning of the word that is given. Definition for heel: a dishonorable person
a) Dad plans to see a podiatrist about the pain in his heel. b) John was the biggest heel I knew after he hurt all of those people. c) d)
Pick the sentence that uses the meaning of the word that is given. Definition for page: an assistant
a) Gary, the senator's page, took the message for him. b) When I finished writing on one side of the paper, I turned to the next page. c) d)
Pick the sentence that uses the meaning of the word that is given. Definition for stall: to cause the engine of a car or plane to stop
a) I had to call my dad because the car might stall again and I was scared. b) We had to stall until the lead actress arrived! c) d)
Pick the sentence that uses the meaning of the word that is given. Definition for wind: fast-moving air
a) The wind was blowing so hard, the twigs were falling off the trees. b) We need to wind the string around the blanket before we pack it in the trunk. c) d)
Pick the sentence that uses the meaning of the word that is given.Definition for crick: twist the head into a strained position
a) Katie was scared that the doctor would crick her neck and make it hurt even more than it already did. b) John got a crick in his back while moving the heavy furniture. c) d)
Pick the sentence that uses the meaning of the word that is given. Definition for live: burning or containing energy
a) The live bomb could explode at any time. b) The television show was live tonight, not prerecorded as usual. c) d)
The gardener chased the rabbits out of his cabbage field.
a) fact b) opinion c) d)
Sleeping in a tent is the best part of camping.
a) fact b) opinion c) d)
Kerry waited on the corner for the yellow bus to arrive. She was so nervous as this was her first day at the new school. She had not met any kids her own age in the neighborhood yet. As she boarded the bus, she silently hoped to find a smiling face.
a) third-person omniscient b) third-person limited c) first person d)
Andy and his younger sister Paula sat in the backseat of their aunt's car. They had not spoken since being picked up at the airport by their aunt. The car turned off the highway and bumped along a dirt road lined with trees. At the end of the road, t
a) third person-limited b) first person c) third-person omniscient d)
What did Trina want to do for their science project? Dallas had no idea, but he nodded as she spoke, waving her arms wildly. He would pretend that her big words and her idea made sense. After all, he had no good ideas of his own.
a) third-person omniscient b) first person c) third-person limited d)
My birthday party was the best ever! My mother planned a surprise party and secretly invited all of my friends. When they popped out and yelled, Surprise!! I screamed and jumped up and down. Later we played games and ate yummy cake.
a) third-person omniscient b) first person c) third-person limited d)
Memorial Day - it's a great holiday! Memorial Day was first celebrated for a more serious reason. Memorial Day, begun in 1868, was the day that Civil War soldiers were honored. Later, it became the day to remember all American soldiers who had died
a) Is the main idea Memorial Day is the first holiday of summer. b) Is the main idea Memorial Day is in May. c) Is the main idea Memorial Day honors fallen soldiers. d) Is the main idea Memorial Day was first celebrated in 1868.
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