Academic Vocab Review Fall 2011 #2: Question Preview (ID: 7829)


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When the character says one thing but means another, that is _________
a) Verbal Irony b) Situational Irony c) Point of View d) Dialogue
When something unexpected occurs, that is __________
a) Situational Irony b) Dramatic Irony c) Sarcasm d) Tone
When the audience knows something that the character does not, that is ___________
a) Dramatic Irony b) Verbal Irony c) Setting d) Point of View
The time and place where a story occurs is _________
a) Setting b) Theme c) Plot d) Irony
____ point of view is when the narrator is a character in the story and uses the pronoun "I".
a) First-person b) Third-person limited c) Third-person omniscient d) Second-person
_______ point of view is when the narrator is outside of the story and follows ONE character.
a) Third-person limited b) Third-person omniscient c) First-person d) Second-person
_____ point of view is when the narrator is outside the story and knows everything.
a) Third-person omniscient b) Third-person limited c) First-person d) Second-person
Man vs man is an example of ________
a) External conflict b) Internal conflict c) Theme d) Personal conflict
Man vs nature is an example of ________
a) External conflict b) Internal conflict c) Theme d) Personal conflict
Man vs self is an example of ________
a) Internal conflict b) External conflict c) Theme d) Personal conflict
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