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At his confirmation, Mark's father gave him a wooden cross that had been hand-carved by his great-grandfather. He said that he always found comfort in the cross, and hoped that Mark would too.
a) Foreshadowing b) Flashback c) d)
When the current setting is interupted to go back in time to learn more about a character or a situation, it is called...
a) Foreshadowing b) Flashback c) d)
Although she thought the roller coaster ride would be fun, the sensation of being flipped through the air made Rosie relive the horrible car accident she had suffered eight years ago.
a) Foreshadowing b) Flashback c) d)
The use of clues or hints to suggest something is going to happen in the future is called ....
a) Foreshadowing b) Flashback c) d)
Lightening streaked across the greenish-black sky yet, the air was oddly still. When the warning siren shrieked, the family knew that they should head for the storm cellar.
a) Foreshadowing b) Flashback c) d)
The smell of homemade chocolate chip cookies conjured up the image of Susan's grandmother standing in a flour-covered apron.
a) Foreshadowing b) Flashback c) d)
After Jason accidently bumped into Ace in the hallway between class periods, Ace flashed his switchblade and told him that paybacks are nasty.
a) Foreshadowing b) Flashback c) d)
What is the purpose of a flashback?
a) To give the reader a hint at what is going to happen in the future. b) To introduce the reader to all of the characters. c) To give the reader the setting of the story. d) To give the reader background information to learn more about a character or a situation.
What is the purpose of foreshadowing?
a) To give the reader a hint at what is going to happen in the future. b) To introduce the reader to all of the characters. c) To give the reader the setting of the story. d) To give the reader background information to learn more about a character or a situation.
Your teacher says...Make sure you study your notes tonight!
a) Foreshadowing b) Flashback c) d)
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