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What is imagery?
a) the use of vivid description to create a picture in the reader's mind b) where and when events occur c) a saying that cannot be translated literally d) a reference to a well-known work of literature
The dictionary definition of a word is known as ____.
a) Connotation b) Denotation c) Non-fiction d) Fiction
When the characters in a story speak, usually in quotation marks.
a) bias b) mood c) tone d) dialoque
The summary of a story does what?
a) gives the main idea and important details of a passage b) gives the solution to the problem c) shows the author's attitude toward his topic d) uses persuasion techniques
The setting of the story tells you _____ and _____ the story occurs.
a) when, where b) how, why c) read, see d) what, who
A character in the story tells the story using pronouns like I, Me, My, our, Us, etc. Which Point of View is being used?
a) Third Person Limited b) First Person c) Second Person d) Third Person Omniscient
The difference between appearance and reality is known as ______.
a) conflict b) allusion c) irony d) bias
Personification gives animals or objects qualities or characteristics like what?
a) dogs b) cars c) humans d) stars
Gives clues that suggest what might happen in the future.
a) Foreshadowing b) Flashback c) Context Clues d) Paraphrase
A comparison of two unlike things using is words is, was, are, were NOT Like or as
a) metaphor b) simile c) plot d) hyperbole
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