Tuck Everlasting Figurative Language And More 2016: Question Preview (ID: 29990)


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Mae sat there frowning a great potato of a woman
a) metaphor b) simile c) alliteration d) personification
For, through the twilight sounds of crickets and sighing trees
a) alliteration b) simile c) personification d) metaphor
We've lived her forever.
a) hyperbole b) alliteration c) simile d) metaphor
there was a twig tucked between his toes
a) alliteration b) metaphor c) simile d) hyperbole
I got a feeling this whole thing is going to come apart like wet bread.
a) simile b) metaphor c) alliteration d) hyperbole
The sun was dropping fast now, a soft red sliding egg yolk.
a) simile b) metaphor c) alliteration d) hyperbole
Angus describes the Tucks' situations as
a) a bad dream b) travelers through time c) rocks beside the road d) wonderful
What brings Tuck's talk with Winnie to a sudden end?
a) The boat sinks b) A storm c) They see the man in the yellow suit d) Miles shouts that the horse has been stolen.
Which is not a problem in the story.
a) Jesse won't let Winnie drink from the spring. b) Winnie feels overprotected by her parents. c) Tuck wishes to go to heaven. d) Winnie is in love with Miles
When Winnie closed hte gate on her oldest fears, what does she discover?
a) new fears b) her mother's voice c) the wings she has always wished for d) she is afraid of the dark
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