5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- a sufficient
- b the piling up of images or concrete details. A listing
- c very enthusiastic
- d exhibiting keen insights and good judgement
- e a privilege
5 Multiple choice questions
- Usually exaggerated incidents or events are described by a narrator or storyteller in a very serious tone. By taking a matter-of-fact, impassive, expressionless tone, the narrator implies that he/she has no idea how ridiculous his/her tale is to the audience.
- A technique that presents thoughts as if they were coming directly from a character's mind. Instead of being arranged in chronologiccal order, the events of the story are presented from the character's feelings and memories just as they might spontaneously occur in the mind of a real person.
- rules for manners and ceremonies
5 True/False questions
Regional Dialect/Vernacular → A way of capturing the particularities of time, place, and personality by reporting what the characters say in their own words. Phonetic spellings and grammatical errors help readers to hear language as speakers of a regional dialect would use it.
Surmised → guessed
Intangible → not easily grasped by the mind
Imperative → extremely important or urgent
Parley → very enthusiastic