5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- third person point of view
- a a comparison that stretches a fact beyond what is actual or true, often for humorous effect.
- b an affix that comes before the root.
- c a message that the author is trying to get across.
- d the narrator is not a character in the story
- e a comparison that gives human qualities to animals, objects, or ideas.
5 Multiple choice questions
- narrator is a character in the story
- writing that twists the truth in some way
- encouraging readers to go along with everyone else
- word that has the opposite meaning of another word.
- the part of the plot that may be very exciting and where the main character changes
5 True/False questions
setting → when and where of a story
simile → a made up story
plot → to look quickly over the passage for something
conflict → a struggle between two forces, the main problem
imagery → words that appeal to any of the five senses. Appealing to the reader's sense of smell, taste, touch, seeing or hearing.