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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. through the tunnel
  2. understood "you"
  3. characters
  4. verbal phrase
  5. adjective modify:
  1. a -tunnel(metaphor of life, birth, through tunnel going to try to grow up)
    -by: Dorris Lessing
    -traveled world with parents and ended up in Zimbabwee
    -Jerry(from England in India) go through tunnel
  2. b ex. Ann, get out
    -"you" infront of "get"
  3. c modifies an object(aka verbal of complement)
    -verbal+modifier+/or oov
  4. d -N
    -PN
  5. e induv. 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)

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. character who is strong contrast to other characters(usually main)
    -calls attention to SStrngths/weaknesses of character
  2. animal/object/force of nature/ idea is given human cahracteristics
  3. after apple picking, fire and ice
    -from great depression
  4. ex. Sam, get out
    -Sam is the NDA
  5. pattern of beats created by arrangment of stressed/unstressed syllables in poem
    -gives musical quality
    -emphasises certain words/ideas to convey meaning
    -types include regular(pradicatable pattern), and irregular

5 True/False questions

  1. plotsequenvce 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

          

  2. title of MLAsame size as body

          

  3. sonnet14 lines of "iambic pentameter"(10 sylables in each line)
    -5 "U/" per line
    -english/italien

          

  4. object complementnoun/adj that renames/decribes

          

  5. tanka5 lines of 5,7,5,7,7 sylables thats unrhymed and about nature