5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Point of View
- a A comparison of two unlike things using like or as.
- b Refers to who tells us the story. Most commonly used are first person and third person.
- c A short and fairly simple story designed to illustrate a moral lesson.
- d A character or force in conflict with the main character (protagonist) in a literary work.
- e The type of literature a work is identified as, such as drama, short story, novel, epic, poem, etc.
5 Multiple choice questions
- A novel about the moral and psychological growth of a character: a coming-of-age tale.
- A 14-line lyric poem usually written in iambic pentameter.
- A moment in which a character has a sudden recognition of some truth.
- Al the meanings, associations, and emotions that a word suggests.
- The element of grammar that deals with word order.
5 True/False questions
Indirect Characterization → A use of the following elements: a character's looks, behaviour, thoughts, and actions/speech.
Archetype → A type of play where the main character is brought to ruin or suffers a great sorrow.
Villain → The principal evil character in the play or story.
Chorus → In Greek tragedies, a group of people who serve as commentators on the characters and events.
Dynamic Character → A character with only one side, displays a constant in terms of feeling and emotion.