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How many quotes do you need in your short answer paragraph if the question is asking about 2 passages?
a) 4 total; 2 from each passage b) 2 total; one from each passage c) Why do I need quotes in a short answer?? Mr. P. is cray. d) 1 total, which can come from either passage
The shattered water made a misty din. Great waves looked over others coming in.
a) The figurative language in the above lines makes the waves seem human. b) The figurative language in the above lines compares the waves to one another. c) The figurative language in the above lines exaggerates the size of the waves. d) The figurative language in the above lines makes the reader hear the waves.
Which is NOT an example of alliteration?
a) Hannah's home has heat, hopefully. b) I like to kite at night. c) Larry's lizard likes leaping leopards. d) Mike's microphone made much music.
How many reasons do you have to list in your thesis statement?
a) 3 b) 2 c) 1 d) Reasons?? What the heck is Mr. P. talking about?
The book is a magic carpet, taking me away to a tropical island.
a) Metaphor b) Simile c) Juxtaposition d) Allusion
The books are speaking to me! I hear them calling my name...Read me, Mr. Persinger!
a) Onomatopoeia b) Simile c) Metaphor d) Personification
The sky is falling!
a) Alliteration b) Assonance c) Hyperbole d) Metaphor
_______ is the repetition of initial consonant sounds.
a) alliteration b) metaphor c) onomatopoeia d) allusion
Authors use figurative language to...
a) create images and ideas b) appeal to the five senses c) appeal to emotions d) all of the above
How many parts are in a persuasive essay intro paragraph?
a) 747 b) 2 c) 3 d) 4
What is the first part of the persuasive essay intro paragraph?
a) Hook b) Counterclaim c) Thesis d) Commentary
What is the third part of the persuasive essay intro paragraph
a) Description of the issue b) Example c) Thesis d) Hook
What is my sentence starter for the description of the issue?
a) Some people may say... b) The author___________ so the reader _____________. c) One can say... d) Some people are questioning...
He had always wanted to serve his country, but this seemed like madness. He was supposed to fight, helping to protect people whom he didn’t even know. Michael had a strong sense of patriotism, but he was worried about the bombs that awaited him.
a) One inference you can make is that Michael feels proud of his country. b) One inference you can make is that Michael is looking forward to the challenge of being in the military. c) One inference you can make is that Michael is afraid of going into battle. d) One inference you can make is that Michael regrets joining the military.
You are all wonderful students who are going to pass your STAAR exam with flying colors. This is because you all listen when Mr. Persinger teachers and you complete your assignments the Westfield way: on time!
a) First Person b) Second Person c) Third Person Limited d) Third Person Omniscient
Do you love candy? I asked my friend Paul. I always make new friends.
a) Third person omniscient b) First person c) Second person d) Third person limited
He walked down the street. A man drove by and yelled, Hey! Watch where you're going! is an example of:
a) First Person b) Second Person c) Third Person Limited d) Third Person Omniscient
The perspective from which a story is told is also known as:
a) Narrative Point of View b) First person c) Shift d) Author's tone
What is an omniscient narrator?
a) His knowledge is limited to one character b) He knows all the thoughts and feelings of all characters c) He doesn't know anything about the characters d) He only describes the setting
She went to her best friend's house to study. When she got there, she started to wonder how big her best friend's dog Jasper had gotten. They went outside and rode their bikes for 20 minutes, ate dinner, and then she went back home.
a) First Person b) Second Person c) Third Person Limited d) Third Person Omniscient
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