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The difference between what is said and what is meant:
a) Verbal Irony
b) Situational Irony
c) Dramatic Irony
d) Dialogue

When the climax or conflict is solved, it is called the:
a) Resolution
b) Exposition
c) Falling Action
d) Climax

When an author uses an object or image to stand for a bigger idea:
a) Symbolism
b) Setting
c) Foreshadowing
d) Theme

A main idea or an underlying meaning of a literary work that may be stated directly or indirectly:
a) Theme
b) Foreshadowing
c) Setting
d) Dialogue

There are 4 main reasons why author's write:
a) to persuade, to inform, to entertain, and to share experiences
b) to perform, inspire, educate, and scare
c) to persuade, identify, evaluate, and simplify
d) to perform, inform, educate, and scare

The central problem of the story is finally solved:
a) Resolution
b) Falling Action
c) Climax
d) Rising Action

Background information that establishes the setting and describes the situation in which the main character finds themselves:
a) Exposition
b) Rising Action
c) Falling Action
d) Climax

A crucial moment when the character must act:
a) Climax
b) Exposition
c) Falling Action
d) Rising Action

This part of the story explores the consequences of the climactic decision. The reader feels the tension in the story begin to ease up.
a) Falling Action
b) Rising Action
c) Exposition
d) Climax

The difference between what actually happens and what is expected:
a) Situational Irony
b) Verbal irony
c) Dramatic Irony
d) Symbolism

This form of external conflict occurs when a character struggles against another character.
a) Man vs. Man
b) Man vs. Society
c) Man vs. Nature
d) Man vs. Fate

The sequence of events that make up a story:
a) Plot
b) Climax
c) Exposition
d) Setting

A character can be both dynamic and round.
a) True
b) False
c)
d)

A character can be both static and flat.
a) True
b) False
c)
d)

These characters change in several ways, think and react on many levels, they are central to the story, its conflicts and its final message. Characters are well-developed or well-rounded.
a) Round
b) Flat
c) Dynamic
d) Static

This type of character stays the same throughout the story.
a) Static
b) Round
c) Flat
d) Dynamic

These characters are not well-developed. They are usually side characters in the story.
a) Flat
b) Round
c) Dynamic
d) Static

The character(s), thing(s) or force(s) that works against the protagonist.
a) Antagonist
b) Protagonist
c) Narrator
d) Static Character

Identify the two main formats of written literature:
a) Prose and Poetry
b) Internal and External
c) Hip and Hop
d) Fragments and Paragraphs

The well-liked, main character of the story:
a) Protagonist
b) Antagonist
c) Flat Character
d) Round Character

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