8th Grade Q2-1: Question Preview (ID: 873)


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Commotion means-
a) Noisy, confusion, disturbance b) broke down c) Still, not moving d) Great damage, devastation
foundered means-
a) Noisy, confusion, disturbance b) broke down, failed c) Still, not moving d) Great damage, devastation
Ruin means-
a) broke down, failed b) Noisy, confusion, disturbance c) Great damage, devastation d) Still, not moving
Inert means-
a) Great damage, devastation b) broke down, failed c) Still, not moving d) Noisy, confusion, disturbance
The message about life that the reader takes away from a work of literature is
a) Theme b) analysis c) summary d) plot
True or False- Theme and plot are the same.
a) False b) c) d) True
True or False- Each reader can read the same piece of literature and identify only one theme.
a) False b) c) d) True
Universal or recurring themes -
a) are the same themes that occur all over the world, although the details differ. b) c) are only one kind of story d) are only in ancient myths.
Sometimes you can find the theme in the story by-
a) the title b) big moments in the story c) the resolution d) all of the above
Predictions are
a) guesses about what will happen next. b) a generalization c) evidence about the story d) none of these.
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