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Having went through many trials
a) endured b) triumphant c) tyrannical d) paternal
Areas that share one side are:
a) acute b) adjoining c) on a tangent d) endearing
ready: negative or positive connotation?
a) positive b) negative c) none d) unclear
secretive: negative or positive connotation?
a) negative b) positive c) none d) unclear
thrifty: negative or positive connotation?
a) negative b) positive c) none d) unclear
precise: negative or positive connotation?
a) negative b) positive c) none d) unclear
sallow: negative or positive connotation?
a) negative b) positive c) none d) unclear
modern
a) vintage b) antique c) contemporary d) everyday
not a professional
a) clumsy b) amateur c) untrained d) Not having any loyalty
What is the main character in a story called?
a) Incidental character b) protagonist c) antagonist d) supporting characters,
The struggle within the main character
a) internal conflict b) external conflict c) characterization d) antagonist
What is a character trait?
a) The way the writer reveals the personality of a character and brings the character to life. b) A character's qualities such as honesty or ambition. c) the main character d) A struggle the main character has.
characterization
a) A character's qualities such as honesty or ambition. b) The people and animals or creatures you meet in a story. c) Changing a character's setting in a new story such as in a sequel. d) The way a writer reveals the personality of a character and brings the character to life.
Who is the antagonist?
a) The character who opposes the main charater. b) The animals, or creatures you meet in a story. c) The main character. d) The characters that come along in a story, but do not matter to the plot.
What is an external conflict?
a) A struggle within the main character to overcome his or her fear or to make a tough choice b) A character who opposes the main character. c) A struggle the main character has against other characters, against nature, or against society. d) A character's qualities such as honesty or ambition.
What does circumstance mean?
a) a circular motion b) hours of training c) coincidental happenings. d) problems the protagonist tries to overcome
What does adapt mean?
a) The ability to change to survive in a new environment. b) Taking a child as your own. c) The ability to get a job. d) When you go on a vacation for a length of time.
fussy: negative or positive connotation?
a) negative b) positive c) none d) unclear
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