Word Wall, Part 1 Question Preview (ID: 15561)


These Words Are From Our Word Wall And Are Common To Standardized Assessments In English. Study Them Regularly![print questions]

hyperbole
a) an extreme exaggeration
b) the emotion the author is trying to convey
c) provable information; someone's beliefs
d) the feelings/emotions behind a word

foreshadowing
a) the emotion the author is trying to convey
b) when a future event is indicated or hinted at before it happens
c) to express or indicate indirectly
d) a reference to a place, person, or something that happened in a different book, play, movie, etc.

flashback
a) when one thinks back to an event that happened previously
b) cause-reaction combination
c) to express or indicate indirectly
d) the emotion the author is trying to convey

figurative
a) provable information; someone's beliefs
b) a reference to a place, person, or something that happened in a different book, play, movie, etc.
c) the definition of a word
d) Expressing ideas or thoughts using imagery or descriptive (but not literal) terms

fact and opinion
a) provable information; someone's beliefs
b) when the subject is compared with something way different.
c) reason for writing
d) action-reaction combination

denotation
a) the feelings/emotions behind a word
b) the definition of a word
c) person portrayed in a book, play, movie
d) when the subject is compared with something way different.

connotation
a) the feelings/emotions behind a word
b) the definition of a word
c) person portrayed in a book, play, movie
d) when the subject is compared with something way different.

conflict
a) the struggle, problems, disagreements of characters in a book, play, movie, etc.
b) action-reaction combination
c) person portrayed in a book, play, movie
d) when the subject is compared with something way different.

conclusion
a) reason for writing
b) person portrayed in a book, play, movie
c) ending of a book, play, movie, etc.
d) action-reaction combination

character
a) person portrayed in a book, play, movie
b) reason for writing
c) action-reaction combination
d) when the subject is compared with something way different.

cause and effect
a) when the subject is compared with something way different.
b) action-reaction combination
c) a reoccuring characters with set behaviors and characteristics
d) reason for writing

author's purpose
a) reason for writing
b) action-reaction combination
c) a reoccuring characters with set behaviors and characteristics
d) when the subject is compared with something way different.

archetypes
a) a reference to a place, person, or something that happened in a different book, play, movie, etc.
b) action-reaction combination
c) reason for writing
d) a reoccuring characters with set behaviors and characteristics

analogy
a) an action-reaction combination
b) reason for writing
c) when the subject is compared with something way different.
d) a reference to a place, person, or something that happened in a different book, play, movie, etc.

allusion
a) a reference to a place, person, or something that happened in a different book, play, movie, etc.
b) when the subject is compared with something way different.
c) reason for writing
d) an action-reaction combination

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