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A story written in a way that the reader knows only one character’s thoughts and feelings is –
a) first person point of view
b) second person point of view
c) third person limited omniscient point of view
d) third person omniscient point of view

The character that causes the conflict is the –
a) protagonist
b) antagonist
c) flat character
d) round character

What is the problem in the story?
a) conflict
b) climax
c) resolution
d) rising action

What is the part of the story that we know the problem is solved?
a) conflict
b) climax
c) rising action
d) resolution

The feeling that the reader feels while reading the story is -
a) theme
b) mood
c) dialogue
d) setting

When the reader must infer a character’s traits using hints or clues is called what?
a) direct characterization
b) round character
c) indirect characterization
d) flat character

A story that is not true -
a) fiction
b) nonfiction
c) informational text
d) autobiography

If the narrator tells readers directly what the character is like what type of characterization is this?
a) indirect characterization
b) direct characterization
c) plot
d) protagonist

What do the conflict, climax, and resolution make-up in a story?
a) exposition
b) rising action
c) characterization
d) plot

The events leading up to the climax and create suspense are –
a) flashback
b) rising action
c) climax
d) falling action

Who is the character that solves the problem in the story?
a) protagonist
b) antagonist
c) minor characters
d) secondary characters

What is the point of view if the narrator is a character in the story?
a) second person point of veiw
b) third person limited omniscient point of view
c) first person point of view
d) third person omniscient point of view

What is the climax of a story?
a) the problems is solved
b) the action in which the story is being solved
c) the problem of the story
d) events that lead to the resolution

What is a conversation between two or more characters?
a) theme
b) flashback
c) foreshadowing
d) dialogue

Which of the following is NOT an example of external conflict?
a) person vs. person
b) person vs. self
c) person vs. nature
d) person vs. society

What element gives the reader hints or clues of things that will happen later in the story?
a) flashback
b) dialogue
c) foreshadowing
d) theme

What is the lesson you learn from a story?
a) theme
b) mood
c) tone
d) flashback

What is setting?
a) the who and the what of a story
b) the where and the who of a story
c) the when and who of a story
d) the when and where a story takes place

What genre is a story that could really happen, but is not true?
a) science fiction
b) historical fiction
c) realistic fiction
d) nonfiction

What point-of-view allows the reader to know what all the characters are thinking?
a) first person point of view
b) second person point of view
c) third person limited omniscient point of view
d) third person omniscient point of view

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