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What literary device is being used in the following sentence from the novel to describe awkward high school students? -- “We are prunes in the oatmeal of school.”
a) simile b) metaphor c) alliteration d) onomatopoeia
What is gained in the author’s decision to divide the novel into four marking periods?
a) it makes the book appear longer b) to make the novel connect more with the true structure of a high schooler’s life c) to organize the material so that it could be printed easier d) to focus attention on the headings instead of the passage
Melinda struggles with feeling guilty about being drunk and getting raped at the party throughout the entire novel. What type of conflict is this internal struggle?
a) man v. nature b) man v. supernatural c) man v. man d) man v. self
Fill in the blank: Liar! I can't believe you. _______ jealous. You're a twisted little freak and you're jealous that I'm popular and I'm going to the prom and so you lie to me like this.”
a) you're b) your c) you d) youre
I need a new friend. I need a friend, period. Not a true friend, nothing close or share clothes, or sleepover giggle giggle yak yak. Just a pseudo-friend, disposable friend. What is a pseudo-friend?
a) fake friend b) former friend c) foreigner d) outsider
What does Melinda’s closet reveal to us about her emotional state of being?
a) she wants to escape b) she needs to work by herself c) she wants to make posters while no one is looking d) she wants to be a custodian when she grows up
“Woozy, wicked, worried, weepy, weird wombats” is an example of which poetic sound device?
a) alliteration b) allusion c) onomatopoeia d) hyperbole
What is the outcome of Melinda’s desire and quest to help save Rachel from Andy?
a) Rachel dumps Andy at prom b) Rachel and Melinda rekindle their friendship c) the entire school learns Andy is a creepy jerk d) all of these
When Melinda’s responds to the way she is mistreated in Spanish class by saying that when students call each others names that’s how terrorists get started meaning that one thing leads to another, what type of logical fallacy is that?
a) propaganda b) slippery slope c) straw man d) appeal to fear
Melinda would describe her wardrobe during her freshman year as a fashion_________.
a) de jour b) haute couture c) faux pas d) femme fatale
What is the purpose of the author's tone?
a) to express the author's attitude toward the subject or reader b) to quicken the pace of the plot c) to elaborate on ideas or situations in a literary work d) to use exaggeration or to make a point
Theme is...
a) the general subject and plot of a story b) the part of the story where the conflict is resolved c) the underlying message or lesson of the story d) the author's attitude toward the subject or reader
The trees whistled as the wind blew the branches
a) Alliteration b) Imagery c) Oxymoron d) Personification
Breaking News: Local Water Park Catches Fire!
a) Alliteration b) Imagery c) Oxymoron d) Personification
The mirror shattered into a million pieces
a) Alliteration b) Imagery c) Oxymoron d) Personification
Here eyes were big, blue, and bright
a) Alliteration b) Imagery c) Oxymoron d) Personification
I am a bear on a rampage going through the refrigerator when I get home from practice
a) Metaphor b) Simile c) Hyperbole d) Personification
Mario's eyes roll across the circle like a roulette ball
a) Metaphor b) Simile c) Hyperbole d) Personification
In the garage's fluorescent light, my father inspected my handiwork. Planets hesitated.
a) Metaphor b) Simile c) Hyperbole d) Personification
I guess I'm the beast
a) Metaphor b) Simile c) Hyperbole d) Personification
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