Types of Sentences
Point of View/Irony
Figurative Language/Literary Devices 1
Figurative Language/Literary Devices 2
Vocabulary
100
After I cleaned my room, I ate lunch and watched television.
What is a complex sentence?
100
Leslie sat in front of Paul. She had two long, brown pigtails that reached all the way down to her waist. Paul saw those pigtails, and a terrible urge came over him. He wanted to pull a pigtail. He wanted to wrap his fist around it, feel the hair between his fingers, and just yank. What point of view is this?
What is third person limited?
100
We will work hard in this class. We will complete all assignments. We will pass the Leap 360.
What is anaphora?
100
"The boy ran like the wind" is an example of what literary term?
What is a simile?
100
You have a/an _____________________ to obey your parents.
What is an obligation?
200
Because I studied for my exam, I passed my test, and then my mom bought me a new phone.
What is a compound-complex sentence?
200
I walked to the story with my friend and bought two ice cream cones. We sat outside on the bench and talked for a while. After we finished, I called my mom and we went home. What point of view is this written in?
What is 1st person?
200
I left the long letter by the ladder.
What is alliteration?
200
"Life is a broken-winged bird that cannot fly" is an example of what literary term?
What is a metaphor?
200
The girl was very spirited and energetic, but her _____________ voice got on everyone's nerves.
What is shrill?
300
Mrs. Andrews, my English 1 teacher, coaches volleyball and softball.
What is an appositive?
300
Romeo kills himself thinking Juliet is dead, though the audience knows she has just taken a sleeping potion to feign death.
What is dramatic irony?
300
The American Flag represents freedom
What is symbolism?
300
The leaves danced in the wind.
What is personification?
300
New cars _________________ the minute they are driven off the lot.
What is depreciate?
400
Choose the sentence that uses correct pronoun/antecedent agreement A. Neither Ben nor Joe turned in their assignment. B. Neither Ben nor Joe turned in its assignment. C. Neither Ben nor Joe turned in his assignment.
What is C? - his assignment
400
On the way to school, the school bus gets a flat tire and the bus driver says, "Excellent! This day couldn't start off any better!"
What is verbal irony?
400
That long song did not belong on the radio
What is assonance?
400
"Shall I compare thee to a summers day? Thou art more lovely and more temperate."
What is diction?
400
If a person is in high spirits, he/she usually shows ________________.
What is exuberance?
500
Choose the sentence that uses correct pronoun/antecedent agreement. A. The team played its best game of the season last night. B. The team played their best game of the season last night. C. The team played her best game of the season last night.
What is A? - its best game
500
The principal's son got 3 Ds and an F on his report card.
What is situational irony?
500
The bee stung the track star last night
What is consonance?
500
"It's a thousand degrees in this classroom!"
What is a hyperbole?
500
The tiger's claws _________________ the victim's flesh.
What is lacerated?
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