Literary Elements
Their, There, or They're
Whose and who's
Your and you're
It's and its
100
The time and place in which the action of a story takes place

Setting

100

_________ dog is always trying to jump on me. 

Their

100

(Whose, Who’s) turn is it to wash the dishes?

Whose

100

What is ____________ brothers name? 

your
100

______ a nice day outside today. 

It's 

200

The way an author develops characters and reveals their traits and qualities 

characterization

200

In the store ________ was a huge cake display out at the bakery. 

there

200

(Whose, Who’s) coming to the game with me?

Who's

200

__________ the tallest person I have ever seen!

You're

200

The tiger escaped from ___________ habitat at the zoo.

its

300

Struggle between opposing forces (man vs. man, man vs. nature) 

conflict

300

______________ always fighting! 

They're

300

The driver was wondering (whose, who’s) suitcase that was.

whose

300

Is _________ homework done for English? 

your

300

A car would not be very helpful without ______ tires. 

its

400

The author's main idea. What the author wants you to learn. 

central idea

400

Where are _______________coats? 

their

400

(Whose, Who’s) that standing in the back of the room?

Who's

400

My mom yelled, "Where is ______________ coat?" 

your

400

She doesn't think ____________ a good idea to spend all of your money on video games. 

It's

500

The lesson or morale that the author wants you to learn from the story 

Theme

500

_________ was a poster for a lost dog over __________. 

There, there

500

Did you meet the lady (whose, who’s) daughter will be your roommate?

whose
500

__________ not required to come to school next Tuesday-Friday if you do not have an exam. _________ case manager would have your schedule. 

You're, your 
500
________ your decision whether you want to get a summer job. 

It's

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