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What should the introduction of a literary essay include?
A lead-in sentence and a thesis statement with three points
A hook, the author and title, and three points
A hook, a lead-in sentence, the author and title, and a short summary of the story
A hook, the author and title with a short summary of the story, and a thesis statement with three points
Which is the most effective example of a hook?
Restaurants are one of the most common establishments around the world.
A restaurant is a place where customers pay money for quality food.
There is nothing better than a home cooked meal, but once in awhile, it is nice to go out and have someone else do the hard labour.
Most people don't like going to restaurants because food there is a ripoff and it's much better to buy food at the grocery store and make it yourself.
Which is the most effective rhetorical question?
What would you do if you were a famous chef?
What would you do if you were dissatisfied with an expensive meal?
Why are there so many bad restaurants in the world?
Should restaurants that are too expensive be shut down?
Which is the most effective sentence about the author, title and story?
Jay Rayner's review of "Le Cinq, Paris" describes his horrific experience at an expensive restaurant.
In Jay Raynor's "Le Cinq, Paris", presents a man who is not impressed with his meal at an expensive restaurant.
"Le Cinq, Paris", written by Jay Rayner, is about a man who orders posh food and is disappointed with the outcome of the meal.
"Le Cinq, Paris" presents the "nightmare" experience of a restaurant critic in one of Paris's most expensive establishments.
What is a thesis statement in a literary work?
An argument of the main point of your essay.
A summary of the short story.
A list of important characters and literary devices.
A list of three examples which can include literary devices.
What are the most effective thesis statements?
Rayner is upset because the food is too expensive.
The author represents patrons all over the world who have to deal with low standards at gourmet restaurants.
The author suggests that, due to their reputation, gourmet restaurants are getting away with providing low quality food, poor service, and high prices.
The author suggests that gourmet restaurants should have better service in Paris.
What is a topic sentence?
A sentence that summarizes the introduction.
A sentence that argues the main idea of one body paragraph.
A sentence that is a general truth.
A sentence that includes a quote.
Which is the most effective topic sentence?
First of all, the writer uses satire to display his disbelief at the low quality food.
First of all, Rayner shows his disbelief when he writes, "Other things are the stuff of therapy."
Disbelief is when you don't believe something because it is so shocking.
First of all, disbelief is the first thing that happens.
Which is the most effective example of a well integrated quote?
This is evident when Rayner says, "Other things are the stuff of therapy."
When listing the items he didn't like, Rayner mentions; "Other things are the stuff of therapy."
When introducing the foods that displease him, Rayner states, "Other things are the stuff of therapy."
This is evident in the line: "Other things are the stuff of therapy."
Which quote best reveals satire?
"In terms of value for money and expectation Le Cinq supplied by far the worst restaurant experience I have endured in my 18 years in this job."
"I assumed it would be whimsical, and perhaps outrageous."
"It shouts money much as football fans shout at the ref."
"The dining room, deep in the hotel, is a broad space of high ceilings and coving, with thick carpets to muffle the screams."
Which quote best reveals hyperbole?
"There is only one thing worse than being served a terrible meal: being served a terrible meal by earnest waiters who have no idea just how awful the things they are doing to you are."
"There’s a little gilt here and there, to remind us that this is a room designed for people for whom guilt is unfamiliar."
"Menus the height of Richard Osman are brought."
"It makes us yearn for a bowl of French onion soup."
Which quote best reveals comparison?
"It is the most innovative dish of the meal, though hardly revolutionary."
"Every single thing I ate at the restaurant Skosh for a sixth of the price was better than this."
"Like the watercress purée, it tastes of little."
"It tastes of grass clippings."
What are the best examples of analysis for this quote: "A main of pigeon is requested medium, but served so pink it just might fly again given a few volts."?
This shows that the writer orders a type of bird that is usually in a pink colour when cooked properly. He mentions "volts" to illustrate how electric the food feels in his mouth.
This reveals that the meal ordered is extremely undercooked. The writer uses exaggeration to portray the image of a bird being resuscitated to emphasize his disappointment in the quality of food served.
The writer uses the modal verb "might" to display the real possibility of his bird flying away. This shows that the food is not cooked good even though he ordered it "medium".
The writer is emphasizing his disappointment in the rawness of his main meal. His desire for it to be served "medium" is in sharp contrast with a bird that "might fly again".
What are the best examples of explanation for this quote: "This is blunt acidity of the sort that polishes up dulled brass coins."?
The writer describes how acidic the canapes are. He emphasizes that this point by saying that they could polish "coins", which shows how acidic they really are.
The writer is clearly disappointed with the quality of the canapes served. He further expresses this by comparing them to a cleaning agent used on metal.
The writer explain how much acidity is in his canape. He clearly don't like this type of food because he make comparison to "polishes coins".
The writer expresses his disgust with the canapes provided in his meal. This is shown by comparing the texture to something one would use to clean "coins".
Which would be the most effective concluding sentence?
The author clearly demonstrates what a terrible experience he had in this expensive restaurant.
One would expect more from a Michelin star restaurant in Paris.
This is what you get when you are rich and you don't have common sense.
As a result of this review, I will never go to this restaurant in Paris.