Grammar
Literary Devices
U.S. History
Rhetorical Strategies
Fiction
100

Used at the end of a statement

A Period

100

Comparing something using "like" or "as"

Simile
100

"We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal" is an excerpt from...

The Declaration of Independence

100

Appeals to Emotion

Pathos

100

The point in the store where the action reaches its peak

Climax

200

Spell the possessive version of "belongs to them"

Their

200

"The chair groaned as he sat on it" is an example of...

Personification

200

Who gave the Gettysburg Address?

Abraham Lincoln

200

Appeals to Logic/Facts

Logos

200

The end of the story where all the plot threads are drawn together and finished

Resolution

300

Used to divide parts of a sentence in lists or examples

Comma

300

"I walked a million miles to find you" is an example of...

Hyperbole

300

What person was oppressing the colonies before the Revolutionary War?

The King of England (King George)

300

Appeals to Authority

Ethos

300

The beginning of the story where background, characters, setting, and mood are introduced

Exposition

400

Used to divide two complete thoughts within a sentence

Semi-Colon
400

"Life is a highway" is an example of a...

Metaphor

400

Who wrote a letter to Thomas Jefferson asking him to free the slaves?

Benjamin Banneker

400

Saying things over and over to help the audience remember is an example of...

Repetition

400

The place where the story happens

The Setting

500

Kind of word before a noun to describe the noun 

Adjective

500

"Sally sells seashells by the seashore" is a tongue-twister that uses....

Alliteration

500

The list of ten rights every American should have is called the...

Bill of Rights
500

Using sarcasm, comedy, and irony to comment on political issues is an example of...

Satire

500
Another word for the atmosphere or tone of a story 

Mood

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