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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. exposition
  2. disconcerting
  3. defunct
  4. peremptory
  5. grotesque
  1. a excessive, or strikingly odd
  2. b cruel; destructive
  3. c upsetting
  4. d dead or broken
  5. e the information needed to understand a story, includes background info and character descriptions

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. touching or next to
  2. a maze
  3. a smug satisfaction with one's self
  4. the reader or certain characters are aware of something unknown to another character and this lack of knowledge affects words or actions of that character
  5. stylish or fashionable

5 True/False questions

  1. ascertainto learn with certainty; to find out

          

  2. verbal ironywhat is said is the opposite of what is meant

          

  3. condescendinglowering oneself to a level considered less dignified

          

  4. aestheticto learn with certainty; to find out

          

  5. symbolan object that represents something more than just itself

          

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