LCMS 6th Grade Nine Weeks Exam Review: Question Preview (ID: 22705)


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___________________is the way the author uses words, phrases, and sentences
a) summarizing b) flashback c) style d) tone
Comparing two unlike things using the word is.
a) summarizing b) simile c) metaphor d) figurative language
Comparing two unlike things using the words like or as.
a) summarizing b) simile c) metaphor d) figurative language
Using a word phrase, sound, etc. more than once in order to emphasize it.
a) point of view b) repetition c) conflict d) author's purpose
What is the definition of tone?
a) How the author feels toward his/her topic b) How you feel about the passage c) How the character feels during the action d) How the author feels about the reader
When a character struggles against an outside force. Ex. man vs. man, man vs. nature
a) point of view b) conflict c) external conflict d) internal conflict
What is the definition of mood?
a) How the author feels toward his/her topic b) How the passage makes you feel c) How the character feels during the action d) How the character feels about the reader
The reason that a piece of literature is written.
a) conflict b) author's purpose c) simile d) alliteration
What does secure me?
a) to feel safe b) to be afraid c) to be happpy d) to be annoyed
What does the humorous mean?
a) for something to be funny b) to be afraid c) to be happy d) to be annoyed
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