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NAME: ___________________________________________
SECTION: ________________________________________
SCORE: ____________________
A. Identify the word/s asked in the given statements. Write your answer on the space provided
before the number.
____________________1) It is known as the art of making things up.
____________________2) It is a type of writing that is clear, precise, and straightforward.
____________________3) It is a typ0e of writing that is entertaining, provocative, and captivating.
____________________4) It follows strong pattern based on facts and just to transfer the information to the
____________________5) It is the Latin word for sensory.
____________________6) It is a word or phrase that appeals to one of our senses.
____________________7) If painters choose from a palette of colors to show vivid images, for writers/poets, in
what palette do they choose to show images?
____________________8) It is a product of the poet’s own way of seeing the world.
____________________9) It can help us create a mental picture.
___________________10) It can help us hear a sound, feel texture or temperature, and taste a sweet, sour, and
salty flavor.
_____________________11) Often, he or she is an opponent to the main character.
_____________________12) These characters are usually fully developed in terms of personality.
_____________________13) They usually become enlightened, learn, grow, or deteriorate by the end of the story.
_____________________14) These characters are immediately recognizable because of the role he/she plays.
_____________________15) These characters are usually one-dimensional.
_____________________16) It is a struggle with a force outside one's self.
_____________________17) It is a struggle within the character’s self.
_____________________18) The leading character struggles with his or her physical strength against other characters,
forces of nature, or animals.
_____________________19) The leading character struggles against ideas, practices, or customs of other people.
_____________________20) The leading character struggles against fate, or the circumstances of life facing him/her.
_____________________21) These are common structures in writing that make up the components of literature.
_____________________22) These help us interpret and analyze literary works_
_____________________23) These include both literary elements and literary techniques.
_____________________24) These are the essential parts of storytelling that are found in almost all types of literary and
narrative writing.
_____________________25) It is how the author arranges events to develop his basic idea contractions.
_____________________26) It usually has one plot so it can be read in one sitting.
_____________________27) It is a planned, logical series of events having a beginning, middle, and end.
_____________________28) It is the sequence of events in a story or play.
_____________________29) It is the main or central character.
_____________________30) It is character affected by the events of the story.
31-35) Aspects of a story's setting to consider when examining how setting contributes to a story
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36-38) Three types of Irony
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39-41) Levels of diction
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42-45) Types of Conflict
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46-50) Parts of a Plot (in order)
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