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Literary
Terms
Proofreading
Irregular
Verbs
Characters /
Perspective
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$200 Answer from Literary
Terms
Hints or clues about future events:
For instance, in The Hunger Games, Katniss
spends much of the early book hiding and
hunting in the woods. This suggests that later
on, she will likely use some of these skills
(Collins 3-172).
$200 Question from Literary
Terms
What is foreshadowing?
$400 Answer from Literary
Terms
A delay in action in order to build and maintain
the interest of the reader/audience:
Think of commercials. They tend to interrupt important
points in the plot in order to prevent people from changing
the channel. Writers do the same thing by switching to
other plot lines whenever things get interesting.
$400 Question from Literary
Terms
What is suspense?
$600 Answer from Literary
Terms
The person or thing from whose point
of view a story is told:
Remember: stories that feature
traditional plot elements are called
narratives.
$600 Question from Literary
Terms
What is a narrator?
$800 Answer from Literary
Terms
As a result of a writer’s specific word
choice, the way a reader feels:
For example, if a writer uses words such as dreary,
weak, weary, bleak, dying, and ghost, then the
general atmosphere for the reader might be described
as dark, depressing, or even spooky.
$800 Question from Literary
Terms
What is mood?
$1000 Answer from Literary
Terms
Conveyed through specific word choices,
punctuation, and/or textual features, the
way a writer feels about a particular topic
or situation:
For example, if your parents call you by your full name
and continue to say, “If you ever do that again, then
I’ll . . . ,” you can infer that their attitude is very
angry and serious.
$1000 Question from Literary
Terms
What is tone?
$200 Answer from Proofreading
The necessary corrections for the
following sentence:
Could you please bring me a ice cream
cone.
$200 Question from Proofreading
What is the fact that “a” should be “an” and
the end mark should be a question mark?
$200 bonus points if the team can explain its
reasoning
$400 Answer from Proofreading
The necessary correction for the following
sentence:
You and me should start studying now.
$400 Question from Proofreading
What is the fact that me should be I?
$400 bonus if the team can explain its
reasoning
$600 Answer from Proofreading
The necessary corrections for the
following sentence:
A honorable person would confess but
your not honorable.
$600 Question from Proofreading
What is the fact that “A” should be “an.” A
comma should precede “but,” and “your”
should be “you’re”?
$600 bonus if the team can explain its
reasoning
$800 Answer from Proofreading
The necessary corrections needed in
the following sentence:
Their gonna need to start focusing, or
they will loose this game.
$800 Question from Proofreading
What is the fact that “Their” should be
“They’re.” The word “gonna” should
be changed to “going to,” and “loose”
should be “lose”?
Bonus $800 if the team can explain its
reasoning
$1000 Answer from Proofreading
The necessary correction in the
following sentence:
The stalker followed you and I.
$1000 Question from
Proofreading
What is the fact that “I” should be
“me”?
$200 Answer from Irregular
Verbs
A verb that does not form its past tense
or past participle by adding “-ed.”
$200 Question from Irregular
Verbs
What is an irregular verb?
$400 Answer from Irregular
Verbs
The correct form of the underlined
irregular verb in the following
sentence:
We should have went to the store
yesterday.
$400 Question from Irregular
Verbs
What is the fact that “went” should be
“gone”?
$600 Answer from Irregular
Verbs
The correct form of the underlined verb in
the following sentence:
Have you wrote that e-mail yet?
$600 Question from Irregular
Verbs
What is the fact that “wrote” should be
“written”?
$800 Answer from Irregular
Verbs
The correct form of the underlined
irregular verb in the following
sentence:
I payed for that yesterday.
$800 Question from Irregular
Verbs
What is the fact that “payed” should be
“paid”?
$1000 Answer from Irregular
Verbs
The correct form of the underlined irregular
verb in the following sentence:
I already seen that movie.
$1000 Question from Irregular
Verbs
What is the fact that “seen” should be
“saw”?
$200 Answer from Characters /
Perspective
A perspective for which the narrator is a
character in the story; the narrator frequently
uses pronouns such as I, me, we, and us:
“I never had a brain until Freak came along and
let me borrow his for a while” (Philbrick 1).
$200 Question from Characters /
Perspective
What is a first-person point of view?
$400 Answer from Characters /
Perspective
A perspective for which the narrator is not a character
is the story; the narrator often uses pronouns such as
he, she, they, them, and their:
“They talked about recent movies, baseball, and their
parents” (Soto 251).
$400 Question from Characters /
Perspective
What is a third-person point of view?
$600 Answer from Characters /
Perspective
Details that reveal information about a
character:
“After English, Victor had math, his
weakest subject” (Soto 252).
$600 Answer from Characters /
Perspective
What is characterization?
$800 Answer from Characters /
Perspective
Characterization that comes in the form of
outright description, usually from the narrator;
in other words, the reader does not have to infer
anything; the description provides everything
that is needed:
“Antonio was fair, lean, and lanky, while Felix
was dark, short, and husky (Thomas 283).
$800 Question from Characters /
Perspective
What is direct characterization?
$1000 Answer from Characters /
Perspective
Characterization that comes in the form of
characters’ actions, dialogue, and thoughts;
in other word, readers have to infer things
about characters:
“Victor lingered, . . . He wanted to leave
when she did so he could bump into her
and say something special” (Soto 252).
$1000 Question from Characters
/ Perspective
What is indirect characterization?
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