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5 Written Questions

5 Matching Questions

  1. protagonist
  2. symbolism
  3. hyperbole
  4. plot
  5. external conflict
  1. a when a character, object, setting, or situation represents an abstract concept
  2. b overexaggeration
  3. c the main character
  4. d a charater is in conflict with outside forces
    (man vs. man)
    (man vs. nature)
    (man vs. god/supernatural)
  5. e the sequence of events in a story

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. the joining of two contradictory words to create one meaning
  2. the relationship between the narrator and the story
  3. a comparison between two unlike things using like or as
  4. a character who stays the same throughout the whole story
  5. word have double meanings
    (ex: sarcasm)

5 True/False Questions

  1. 1st personthe narrator is a character in the story (reconginzed by I)


  2. expositionthe part of the plot arc in which characters and setting are introduced


  3. dynamic charactera character who changes throughout the story (doesn't mean death)


  4. 3rd person omniscentthe narrator tells the story from a perspective of an outside character (recongnized by he/she). We know the feelings and thoughts of ALL characters


  5. situational ironywhen the audience knows something a character doesn't know


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