5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Short Story
- a A short fictitious story that has a moral.
- b Narrative with very few characters and conflicts.
- c When an object represents an idea.
- d The main character or hero.
- e Comparing two things without using like, as, than.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Words that take on another meaning other than what they mean.
- The process of arriving at the conclusion, relative to the premises.
- The main person in the story.
- Fully developed character (good and bad traits)
- Words that appear to our senses.
5 True/False Questions
Parallelism → A short fictitious story that has a moral.
Style → Comparing two things using like, as, than.
Dynamic Character → Under goes an inner image.
Literal language → Words that mean exactly what they say.
Characterization → The main person in the story.