4 Written questions
4 Multiple choice questions
- When the narrator is part of the story, and writes using "I" or "we"
- to make something easier to understand, clear
- to give special importance to something
- When the narrator is not in the story and calls the characters "he" and "she"
4 True/False questions
to compare → to make ideas, feelings, etc. known to somebody
to entertain → to convince a person to do something or to think a certain way
to establish → to start or create an organization, a system, etc.
to persuade → to make better or increase