Vocabulary For Week 4: Question Preview (ID: 26502)


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Resolution
a) reveals the final outcome of the story and ties up any loose ends b) complications arise as the main character struggles to resolve the conflict c) struggle between opposing forces d) conflict that takes place within the mind of a character
reveals the final outcome of the story and ties up any loose ends
a) conflict b) climax c) resolution d) rising action
this stage shows the results of the decision or action that happened at the climax. Tension eases as the conflict is resolved.
a) falling action b) rising action c) plot d) external conflict
a turning point in the story and the moment of greatest suspense. Often the main character makes a decision or takes an action that makes the outcome of the conflict clear.
a) resolution b) rising action c) climax d) falling action
complications arise as the main character struggles to resolve the conflict. “The plot thickens” as suspense builds.
a) falling action b) rising action c) conflict d) resoultion
the part of the plot that introduces the setting and characters and establishes a mood. It may reveal the conflict or set the stage for it.
a) plot b) conflict c) falling action d) exposition
a conflict between a character and an outside force, such as another character, society, or nature.
a) falling action b) external conflict c) internal conflict d) rising action
a series of scenes that traces a conflict
a) plot b) conflict c) expostion d) climax
a struggle between opposing forces
a) plot b) conflict c) exposition d) rising action
a conflict that takes place within the mind of a character
a) falling action b) external conflict c) internal conflict d) plot
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