FPD Language Arts Mid-Term Things to Know
THINGS TO KNOW FOR MRS. A'S MID-TERM 2014!
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What is the adjective? I accidentally touched the pointy orchids.
What is the adjective? We saw the North American orchids.
What is the adjective? The homework assignment in math befuddled me.
What is the noun determiner? The homework assignment in math befuddled me.
What is the verb? The homework assignment in math befuddled me.
What word would start the prepositional phrase? The homework assignment in math befuddled me.
What is the subject? Cherry popsicles are yummy.
What is the verb(s)? My sister will get a special present for her birthday.
What do adjectives describe: nouns or verbs?
What is the adjective? This book is mine.
What is the adjective? The contented students listened closely.
What is the adjective? We ate the three doughnuts.
What is the subject? I ate the three doughnuts.
What is the verb? I ate the three doughnuts.
What is the adjective? Young plants do not produce orchids.
What is the verb? Young plants do not produce orchids.
What is the subject? Young plants do not produce orchids.
What type of sentence? Did you see the birds fly?
What type of sentence? Put your toys into the box please.
What type of sentence? That was amazing!
What type of sentence? The Christmas pageant is on December 24th at 6:00.
What type of sentence? Look out of the hot stove!
series of words in a row that have about the same beginning; a tongue twister is one
a phrase or example whose meaning cannot be understood from the ordinary meanings of the words in it
a sound word
a direct comparison between two unlike things that DOES NOT use the word like or as
giving human qualities to an animal, object, or idea
a comparison between two unlike things that USE the word like or as
a force working against the hero of a store; the villain
the hero of a story
giving suspense of something that might happen in a story
a story told with a moral often to teach a lesson
a story told that is very imaginative and could never happen
a story told that passed down from generation to generation by mouth
a story that takes place in times of historical events
a story told usually passed down from generation to generation with a heroic accomplishment or something that might have happened; HINT: Rock Eagle is one.
a story told that is a form of an autobiography where a writer describes an event that happened to them; HINT: The Horse Snake is one.
a story told that attempts to answer questions about mysteries in nature and other things; HINT: Bigfoot is one.
a story told that is written to be real, imagined, or anything the author feels
a story told that is fiction and set in real, modern times
a story told that has scientific facts with fiction thrown in
a story told mainly with a few characters and one setting; very slim of a story
a story told that is humorously exaggerated about impossible events
first person view
a story that is told by a character in the story
third person view
a story that is told by a character outside of the story
the time, place, and environment in which a story takes place
the series of events in a story that reveal the conflict, crisis, and revolution
the people or things that take place in a story
point of view
the perspective in which the story is told
the problem to be solved in a story
reveals how everything turns out in a story
exposition, rising action, climax, falling action, resolution
List the five elements of a plot in order.
assisting the memory
an excessive quality
an exaggerated fear
something peculiar; not normal
almighty; having unlimited authority
being present in all places at the same time
having infinite understanding
after the death of
the sudden realization of something; the a-ha moment
showing or feeling sorrow for a sin
knowledge of something; aware
a summary, or brief review of a story
the birth of Jesus
the holiday season
____ before e.
I before e except after ____.
I before e except if it sounds like _______.
I before e except if ____ controls.
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