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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. plot
  2. george eliot
  3. universal
  4. never find what in prep phrase..
  5. DO asks
  1. a theme/character/situation that can be found anywhere/anytime
  2. b silas marner
  3. c sequenvce of events in narrative work
    -begins with exposition(intro. of characteristics/setting/conflict)
    -riasing action(builds suspense)
    -climax(turning point, great suspense)
    -falling action
    -resolution
  4. d S-V-Who/What
  5. e bones of a sentence
    -subject
    -verb
    -DO
    -IDO

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. -N
    -PN
  2. can be linking or action
    -sound
    -look
    -smell
    -taste
    -feel
    -grow
    -seems
    -appears
    -stay
    -remain
    -turn
    -become
  3. noun or pronoun placed next to another noun or pronoun that renames/decribes/identifies the first noun or pronoun
    -essential, nonessential
  4. 1 in
  5. same size as body

5 True/False questions

  1. maya angeloliving well. living good.
    -went to egypt
    -pulizter prize

          

  2. internal citations on MLASmith, Jane. Title(italesised and underline). Highlands, Texas: Publisher, year.

          

  3. characterizationinduv. of literacy work
    -main characters(central character)
    -minor character(few personality traits)
    -round character(varied/contradicting traits)
    -flat character(no personal traits)
    -dynamic character(changes in story)
    -flat character(remains same in story)

          

  4. naked infinatives-without "to"
    -let, dare, make, help

          

  5. Basho Matsuobest japanese poet for haiku