Sentences & Grammar
Figurative Language
Etymology
The Rhetorical Situation
Story
100

This is a person, a place, a thing or an idea.

What is a noun?

100

Like or as

What is a simile?

100

The part of the word that indicates the part of speech. 

What is the suffix?

100

The letter you wrote to your Grandma.

What is the text?

100

What happens.

What is plot?

200

The main verb in a sentence is called this. 

What is the predicate?

200

Human characteristics for a non-human item or entity.

What is personification?

200

Where the main meaning comes from.

What is the root?

200

Your grandma.

What is the audience?


200

To whom it happens. 

Who are the characters.

300
Be careful with your answer because this F work is a coordinating conjunction. 

What is For?

300

Exaggeration.

What is hyperbole?

300

This common Greek prefix means "not."

What is 'a-'?

300

To wish her a happy birthday. 

What is the purpose?

300

When and where it happens. 

What is setting?

400
This is a part of a sentence that must be paired with another complete sentence or it is a fragment.  

What is a dependent clause?

400

A reference to another work. 

What is allusion?
400

This common suffix makes a noun meaning the study of something. 

What is "-ology"?

400

You. 

What is the speaker?

400

How it feels when it happens.

What is mood?

500

"She was very sad because her ice cream fell on the ground" is this type of sentence. 

What is complex?

500

General term for comparison.

What is an analogy?

500
This general terms means the any addition to a word's main section.

What is an affix?

500

Fall 2015 in Ukiah. Her 78th trip around the sun.

What is the context?

500

Why it happens.

What is theme?
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