5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- george eliot
- never find what in prep phrase..
- DO asks
- a theme/character/situation that can be found anywhere/anytime
- b silas marner
- c sequenvce of events in narrative work
-begins with exposition(intro. of characteristics/setting/conflict)
-riasing action(builds suspense)
-climax(turning point, great suspense)
- d S-V-Who/What
- e bones of a sentence
5 Multiple choice questions
- can be linking or action
- noun or pronoun placed next to another noun or pronoun that renames/decribes/identifies the first noun or pronoun
- 1 in
- same size as body
5 True/False questions
maya angelo → living well. living good.
-went to egypt
internal citations on MLA → Smith, Jane. Title(italesised and underline). Highlands, Texas: Publisher, year.
characterization → 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)
naked infinatives → -without "to"
-let, dare, make, help
Basho Matsuo → best japanese poet for haiku