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  • Question 1
    30 seconds
    Q. Point of view is...
    answer choices
    the author's opinion
    who the narrator is
    the vantage point, or perspective of a story
    the reader's opinion or perspective
  • Question 2
    45 seconds
    Q. How can you know that something is written in first person point of view?
    answer choices
    Pronouns like I, my, and him are used.
    The author is addressing the reader.
    The narrator is not in the story.
    Pronouns like I, my, and we are used.
  • Question 3
    45 seconds
    Q. A personal narrative is written in ______ person point of view.
    answer choices
    first
    second
    third
    any
  • Question 4
    60 seconds
    Q. What point of view is the following:
    Cathy leaned into her computer screen with big eyes. She couldn't believe it- she had finally gotten a 100 on her math test! She knew her parents would be proud of her.
    answer choices
    First person
    Third person 
  • Question 5
    60 seconds
    Q. Which point of view is the following:
    "There is one mirror in my house. It is behind a sliding panel in the hallway upstairs. Our faction allows me to stand in front of it on the second day of every third month, the day my mother cuts my hair."
    from Divergent by Veronica Roth
    answer choices
    second
    first
    third person
  • Question 6
    45 seconds
    Q. We go to the mountains every winter for vacation.
    answer choices
    3rd person
    1st person
    2nd person
  • Question 7
    45 seconds
    Q. What POV is this passage?
    Joey comes over to his friend's house. As he steps in, he sees Jack sitting on the stairs.
    answer choices
    Second Person
    First Person
    Third Person
  • Question 8
    45 seconds
    Q.

    Brian could not bear to be on the roof of the skyscraper any longer. He wasn't usually afraid of heights, but the wind was so strong and Rufus kept messing with him. "Would you try to land on your feet or your head?" Rufus asked with a straight face. Rufus could tell that he was getting to Brian, which only encouraged him to keep going. "Let's go look over the edge, Brian," suggested Rufus, knowing full well that Brian would refuse.

    answer choices

    First Person

    Second Person

    Third Person Objective

    Third Person Limited

    Third Person Omniscient

  • Question 9
    45 seconds
    Q.

    It was noon. The sun was high in the blue sky. The air was filled with the sounds of lawn mowers and birds chirping. A door opened. A young boy walked outside. A woman's voice could be heard from the house yelling, "Wait for me, Michael." The young boy did not wait. He ran to the sidewalk and began jumping. "Yeah! Yeah! Machine gun!" he yelled, pointing an invisible gun in all directions. He took imaginary shots every few seconds and pantomimed the recoil.

    answer choices

    First Person

    Second Person

    Third Person Objective

    Third Person Limited

    Third Person Omniscient

  • Question 10
    45 seconds
    Q.

    Chuck analyzed the engine. With his experienced gaze, he was able to tell that the vehicle needed a fan belt. He figured that the job would take twenty minutes and cost about ten dollars, but he had bills to pay. He summoned the customer over to him with a wave. "Ma'am," he said, "your vehicle needs a new radiator. It's going to take about four hours and cost around five hundred dollars, he lied. The woman smiled. "So I get my car back tonight?" she asked. "That shouldn't be a problem," replied Chuck. The woman, still smiling, said, "Thanks, Chuck. You're a good guy." Chuck felt a little guilty, but he smiled back at her and said, "You're so welcome."

    answer choices

    First Person

    Second Person

    Third Person Objective

    Third Person Limited

    Third Person Omniscient

  • Question 11
    120 seconds
    Q. Which one of the five senses is used in this sentence? The wolf howled painfully over the loss of his mate.
    answer choices
    Sight
    Sound
    Touch 
    Taste
  • Question 12
    60 seconds
    Q. Is this imagery?
    They ate food
    answer choices
    Yes
    No
    No clue
  • Question 13
    30 seconds
    Q. Vivid description of things seen, heard, smelled, touched, or tasted
    answer choices
    Theme
    Sensory Details 
    Imagery 
    Sound Devices
  • Question 14
    30 seconds
    Q. This sentence appeals to which sense:

    The familiar tang of his grandmother’s cranberry sauce reminded him of his youth.
    answer choices
    taste
    sound
    sight
    smell
  • Question 15
    30 seconds
    Q. What is the best definition of imagery? 
    answer choices
    Imagery is the author’s use of language that appeals to the five senses in order to help the reader imagine what is being described.
    An act of saying what will or might happen in the future.
     A figure of speech comparing two unlike things that is often introduced by like or as.
    Exaggeration
  • Question 16
    30 seconds
    Q. This sentence appeals to which sense:

    After eating the curry, his breath reeked of garlic.
    answer choices
    smell
    touch
    taste
    sound
  • Question 17
    30 seconds
    Q. This excerpt appeals to which sense:

    She went back to eating earth. The first time she did it almost out of curiosity, sure that the bad taste would be the best cure for the temptation.
    answer choices
    taste
    sight
    sound
    smell
  • Question 18
    120 seconds
    Q. The best friends had so much in common they were like two peas in a pod. 
    What are the words in blue an example of?
    answer choices
    Simile
    Metaphor
  • Question 19
    120 seconds
    Q. The bruise on George’s foot felt as big as an elephant. 
    What are the words in blue an example of?
    answer choices
    Simile
    Metaphor
  • Question 20
    60 seconds
    Q. Mom was a busy beaver as she prepared for the holiday party.
    What are the words in blue an example of?
    answer choices
    Simile
    Metaphor
  • Question 21
    120 seconds
    Q. The best friends had so much in common they were like two peas in a pod. 
    What two things are being compared in this this sentence?
    answer choices
    friends to peas
    friends to pods
    peas to pods
    best to friends
  • Question 22
    120 seconds
    Q. How many examples of similes are in this passage?
    Getting all of the kids into the car was like herding cattle. All 6 of the family members were packed into the car like sardines. Jennie felt like the car was as cramped as a coffin! The car was a speeding bullet, flying down the road to get to the wedding on time. 
    answer choices
    2
    3
    4
    5
  • Question 23
    120 seconds
    Q. What is figurative language?
    answer choices
    Language that means more than what the words say.
    Language that means just what the words say.
  • Question 24
    120 seconds
    Q. Simile or Metaphor?
    She is as thin as a toothpick.
    answer choices
    simile
    metaphor
  • Question 25
    120 seconds
    Q. Simile or Metaphor?
    My big brother is a couch potato.
    answer choices
    simile
    metaphor
  • Question 26
    180 seconds
    Q. Harry Potter has a scar on his forehead. This scar symbolizes
    answer choices
    a family name
    royalty
    the chosen one
    a fight with a leader
  • Question 27
    30 seconds
    Q. The sequence of events that make up a story is called ____________.
    answer choices
    Exposition
    Climax
    Plot
    Setting
  • Question 28
    30 seconds
    Q. The people or animals that take part in the action of a story are called ________________.
    answer choices
    Characters
    Plot
    Setting
    Author
  • Question 29
    30 seconds
    Q.

    Setting is the ___________________ of the action of the story.

    answer choices

    Problem

    Solution

    time and place

    plot

  • Question 30
    30 seconds
    Q. A brief introduction of the setting, characters, and opening situation. 
    answer choices
    Rising Action
    Exposition
    Climax
    Resolution
  • Question 31
    30 seconds
    Q. A struggle between opposing forces. The problem of the story. 
    answer choices
    Exposition
    Climax
    Rising Action
    Conflict
  • Question 32
    30 seconds
    Q. The turning point of the story. 
    answer choices
    Expostion
    Resolution
    Climax
    Falling Action
  • Question 33
    30 seconds
    Q. The central message expressed by the author of a story. 
    answer choices
    Plot
    Theme
    point of view
    Character 
  • Question 34
    30 seconds
    Q. The story's conclusion. The outcome of the conflict. 
    answer choices
    Exposition
    Rising Action
    Climax
    Resolution
  • Question 35
    60 seconds
    Q. The main character in a story is the ___.
    answer choices
    antagonist
    protagonist
    exposition
    climax
  • Question 36
    60 seconds
    Q. The opposing character or force to the main character is the ___.
    answer choices
    protagonist
    antagonist
    plankton
    villian
  • Question 37
    60 seconds
    Q. Is the following situation an example of an internal or external conflict?
    Joe can't decide whether to live with his mom or his dad.
    answer choices
    internal conflict
    external conflict
  • Question 38
    60 seconds
    Q. Is the following situation an example of an internal or external conflict?
    Alice can't find her phone because her brother stole it from her room.
    answer choices
    internal conflict
    external conflict
  • Question 39
    60 seconds
    Q. The exposition...
    answer choices
    Introduces the reader to the characters and setting
    Is the part of the story where a character changes
    Is the part of the story when the conflict is resolved
    Is the part of the story where the events help the reader understand what the conflict is
  • Question 40
    60 seconds
    Q. Harry Potter faces many conflicts in his young life. He is an example of:
    answer choices
    A protagonist
    An antagonist
  • Question 41
    30 seconds
    Q.

    What type of conflict is this:

    Katniss Everdeen fights against the govenment of Panem

    answer choices

    Man vs Society

    Man vs Nature

    Man vs. Self

  • Question 42
    30 seconds
    Q.

    What type of conflict is this:

    Sam is trapped in a flooded cave and has to find his way out.

    answer choices

    man vs nature

    man vs man

    man vs self

  • Question 43
    30 seconds
    Q. Climax is... 
    answer choices
    Events that make up a story
    The exploding part of story/ turning point of story
    setting and characters
    the solution to the problem
  • Question 44
    30 seconds
    Q. Which questions about the story will the setting answer?
    answer choices
    What is the author's attitude toward the characters?
    Where and when does the story take place?
    Who are the people the story is about?
    Why and why did the author write the story?
  • Question 45
    30 seconds
    Q. Setting can give clues about a story's _____. 
    answer choices
    plot
    conflict
    mood
    all of the above
  • Question 46
    30 seconds
    Q. What is the setting of the passage below?
    One summer day, Randolph the Bright slept alone in his room in the castle at Reddington. The light of the morning seeped slowly through his curtains. Randolph blinked against the day, smiling as his dream came to a peaceful conclusion. 
    answer choices
    winter in a train station of a busy city
    a hospital in the future
    a summer morning in a castle
    a grocery store in the 1980's
  • Question 47
    30 seconds
    Q. If the passage below were set in a snowy park where children were playing, what could you infer?
    Lena laughed loudly. "I can't believe you did that!" she said, smiling.
    answer choices
    Lena might have been gently hit by a snowball.
    Lena might be lost.
    Lena might be playing a board game or card game. 
    Lena might be talking to herself. 
  • Question 48
    30 seconds
    Q. Which description of a setting would best create a mood of loneliness for a story?
    answer choices
    "The sun was bright, and the breeze was warm in the park. In the distance, there was the pleasant noise of children laughing."
    "The restaurant was packed. The waitress balanced three dishes on her arm and moved carefully around the large, round tables. Everyone's plates were full."
    "At the amusement park, the ticket counter hadn't opened yet. It was still too early. But the warm smell of hot dogs and pretzels was already filling the air with the promise of fun."
    "The sky was gray that cool November afternoon in the empty playground. The swings were rusted. The wood was rotted. There was silence except for the wind blowing through the dead leaves."
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