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struggle between two opposing forces
a) internal conflict b) external conflict c) conflict d) struggle
struggle with an outside force
a) external conflict b) internal conflict c) big problem d) I got one last problem without cha
voice that relates the details of the story; teller of story
a) point of view b) narrator c) first person d) third person limited
someone or something that is against the protagonist
a) bully b) antagonist c) bad guy d) antagonize
time and place of story
a) exposition b) expose c) protagonist d) setting
main character in story who faces a conflict
a) main character b) minor character c) antagonist d) protagonist
struggle within a character
a) conflict b) external conflict c) internal conflict d) struggle
narrative that is longer than a short story and develops the characters and plot more completely than a short story
a) Novel b) Literature c) Prose d) Fiction
methods used to present the personality traits of a character in a narrative
a) character traits b) personality c) characterization d) characters
a reasonable conclusion based on certain clues or facts presented in a story
a) Central Idea b) Summarize c) Inference d) Context Clues
the people, animals, and imaginary creatures that take part in the action of the story
a) Protagonist b) Characters c) Antagonist d) Main Characters
hints or suggestions that surround unfamiliar words or phrases and clarify their meaning
a) Context clues b) Inference c) Vocabulary d) Central Idea
the specific reason a person has for writing: the goal of the writing
a) persuade b) inform c) entertain d) author's purpose
narrative prose fiction that is shorter and has a less complicated plot and/or character development than a novel. It can usually be read in one sitting.
a) Short Story b) Author's Purpose c) Characterization d) Prose
any literature that is written in paragraph form
a) Literature b) Short Story c) Paragraph d) Prose
writing in either poetry or prose
a) Prose b) Literature c) Poetry d) Language
the wrap-up of loose ends
a) falling action b) resolution c) climax d) rising action
author reveals setting, characters and mood of story
a) rising action b) exposition c) plot d) climax
the solution to the main conflict
a) rising action b) conflict c) falling action d) climax
the sequence of events in a story
a) plot line b) plot map c) plot d) exposition
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