Casey at the Bat
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  • Question 1
    300 seconds
    Q. Which best describes the setting of the story?
    answer choices
    Past; baseball field
    Past, in a city
    Daytime; Mudville Nine's home baseball field
    Daytime in the summer.
  • Question 2
    180 seconds
    Q. "5,000 tongues applauded..." is an example of....
    answer choices
    Hyberbole
    Personification
    Onomatopoeia
    Metaphor
  • Question 3
    180 seconds
    Q.

    Who does Casey have a conflict with?

    answer choices

    Himself.

    The pitcher .

    The crowd.

    The umpire .

  • Question 4
    180 seconds
    Q. The poem is written in 
    answer choices
    1st person.
    2nd person.
    3rd person.
  • Question 5
    180 seconds
    Q. Which is the best theme for the story?
    answer choices
    Always swing at the ball.
    Don't underestimate baseball players.
    Being too confident can be a bad thing.
    Winning is everything.
  • Question 6
    120 seconds
    Q.

    "Jimmy Blake was a fake." is an example of

    answer choices

    a simile

    a metaphor

    personification

    hyperbole

  • Question 7
    180 seconds
    Q.

    Which event in the poem is the climax?

    answer choices

    Casey strikes out.

    The 2nd out of the inning is made.

    Casey steps up to bat.

    Flynn hit a single.

  • Question 8
    180 seconds
    Q.

    Which event is NOT part of the rising action?

    answer choices

    Mudville loses the game.

    Blake hit the ball.

    The fans want Casey up at bat.

    Cooney and Burrows got out.

  • Question 9
    30 seconds
    Q. The reader's mood could best be described at the end of the poem as
    answer choices
    Anger
    Surprised
    Cheerful
    Uncomfortable
  • Question 10
    60 seconds
    Q.

    Choose all the events which would be part of the falling action?

    answer choices

    The Mudville fans are stunned into silence.

    Casey pounds the base with his bat.

    Casey lets a pitch go by.

    The umpire screams out, "Strike two!"

  • Question 11
    180 seconds
    Q. The resolution to the poem is
    answer choices
    Casey strikes out.
    The crowd leaves.
    Mudville loses the game.
    The air is shattered by the force of Casey's blow.
  • Question 12
    30 seconds
    Q. "Cooney died at first" is an example of 
    answer choices
    imagery.
    simile.
    metaphor.
    hyperbole.
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