1) This coffee shop is an ice box! a) Personification b) simile c) Onomatopoeia d) metaphor 2) I've told you a million times to clean your room! a) Metaphor b) Hyperbole c) Simile d) Personification 3) I move fast like a cheetah on the Serengeti. a) Personification b) Hyperbole c) Simile d) Metaphor 4) The sky misses the sun at night. a) Metaphor b) Simile c) Hyperbole d) Personification 5) She's drowning in a sea of grief. a) SImile b) Personification c) Metaphor d) Onomatopoiea 6) She is as happy as a clam a) Personification b) Metaphor c) Simile d) Hyperbole 7) The sea lashed out in anger at the ships, unwilling to tolerate another battle. a) Metaphor b) Personification c) Simile d) Hyperbole 8) The sun played hide and seek with the clouds. a) Simile b) Metaphor c) Hyperbole d) Personification 9) You snore louder than a freight train! a) Metaphor b) Hyperbole c) Simile d) Personification 10) They fought like cats and dogs. a) Personification b) Simile c) Metaphor d) Hyperbole 11) a person, an animal, or an imaginary creature that takes part in the action of a story. a) setting b) plot c) character d) Mood 12) A feeling that a literary work gives to readers. a) Theme b) Plot c) character d) mood 13) The time and place in which the action occurs. a) Mood b) Character c) Setting d) theme 14) A struggle between opposing forces a) Mood b) Setting c) Conflict d) Plot 15) The turning point of the story. Conflict/problem at its worst. a) Exposition b) Climax c) Resolution d) Plot 16) The first part of the plot. Author introduces setting and characters. a) Falling Action b) Resolution c) Exposition d) Climax 17) Where the author describes the conflict that the characters must face. Where intensity builds up. a) Climax b) Resolution c) Rising Action d) Exposition 18) Brings the story to a satisfactory end. a) Climax b) Resolution c) Exposition d) Falling Action 19) The sequence of events that make up the story. a) Setting b) Characters c) Plot d) Falling Action 20) Tension decreases as the conflict begins to be settled. a) Resolution b) Exposition c) Climax d) Falling Action 21) Which sentence best describes the summary? a) A b) B c) C 22) The message about life that the plot and characters of a story convey to the reader. a) Tone b) Theme c) Plot 23) The overall feeling(s) a story can evoke from the reader. This is used in fiction ONLY! a) Mood b) Tone c) Drama 24) These are the people or animals that take part in a story's action. a) Characters b) Setting c) Personification 25) The type of conflict that takes place in the mind of a character. a) External b) Man vs. Man c) Internal 26) The only example of internal conflict is what? a) Man vs. Man b) Man vs. Nature c) Man vs. Self 27) The type of conflict in which a character struggles with an outside force or another person. a) Internal Conflict b) External Conflict c) Man vs. self 28) The qualities, attitudes, and values a character possesses. a) Mood b) Motivates c) Traits 29) A recurring theme that is a message about life and often expressed in many eras and cultures. a) Universal Theme b) Implied Theme c) Stated Theme 30) Fiction is what? a) Writing that is based on real, historical fact. b) Writing that contains stage directions and different parts. c) Writing that is told from the author's imagination. 31) The POV in which the narrator is someone outside of the story. a) First Person b) Third person c) Second person 32) The POV in which the narrator is telling the story. a) First Person b) Second Person c) Third Person 33) The perspective from which a story is told is called what? a) Theme b) Mood c) Point of View 34) What is theme? a) The main idea b) What the story was about c) The message the author is trying to convey 35) What is main idea? a) What the story is mostly about b) What the whole story is about c) The message the author is trying to convey 36) What do you call the feeling the author creates for the reader? a) Tone b) Mood c) Author's Purpose 37) What is another word for main character? This is often the "good guy" (but not always). a) Antagonist b) Protagonist c) Flat character 38) What is another name for the "bad guy" in a story who causes conflict for the main character? a) Hero b) Protaonist c) Antagonist 39) Narrator uses pronouns like "I," "me," or "my" a) First person b) Third Person c) Second person
Figurative Language, Elements of Fiction, Plot
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