← Lit Terms Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Literal language
- Tone or Voice
- a Comparing two things without using like, as, than.
- b The personality or attitude of the writer towards the book.
- c Words that mean exactly what they say.
- d Incongruity between what might be expected and what actually occurs.
- e The character who works against the protagonist.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Embodies a single quality, doesn't change throughout the entire story.
- A short fictitious story that has a moral.
- Fully developed character (good and bad traits)
- The main character or hero.
- To supply with critical or explanatory notes.
5 True/False Questions
Static Character → Embodies a single quality, doesn't change throughout the entire story.
Simile → Comparing two things using like, as, than.
Character → The main person in the story.
Sensory image → Words that appear to our senses.
Style → Comparing two things using like, as, than.