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When the narrator tells the story of “he” or “she” and reveals two or more characters’ thoughts or feelings
a) first person b) third person objective c) third person omniscient d) third person limited
When the story is narrated from the perspective of “I”
a) first person b) third person objective c) third person omniscient d) third person limited
When the narrator tells the story of “he” or “she” and reveals one character’s thoughts and feelings
a) first person b) third person objective c) third person omniscient d) third person limited
Speaking rudely to the judges was rash behavior. You really hurt your chances of winning! In the above context, what does “rash” mean?
a) an itchy skin condition b) funny c) trying to hide or disguise a piece of cheese d) with little thought or consideration
When a question asks you to cite evidence from the text to support your answer, you
a) write a one sentence answer that does not clearly answer the question b) write a decent answer, but only support it with life examples c) write a clear answer, and choose lines, or short sections from the story or text that make your answer stronger. d) do nothing, that's too much writing
Those scientists want to hear what our professor thinks about their theory because he is the foremost expert in their field. In this context, what does foremost mean?
a) the first or main one b) craziest c) least informed d) loudest
The candle became the sun, lighting the dark world. A candle is compared to the sun because they
a) are both in the sky b) both burn at night c) both light the darkness d) are both yellow
The children’s voices were bells ringing through the streets. The voices are compared to bells because they
a) sound musical b) are silent c) make the same sound over and over d)
when an author adds clues, or hints about what might happen later in the story, he or she is using
a) sensory details b) foreshadowing c) third person d) context clues
When you visualize a story. you use the sensory details to help yourself create a
a) song about the story b) short poem about the main character c) mental picture, or movie scene, of what is happening in the story d) picture the words dancing on the page
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