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1 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt Figurative Language Words Literary Elements Genres Library Resources
2 “Harper hates hamburgers” is an example of this type of figurative language.
3 What is alliteration?
4 Swoosh, bang, and buzz are all examples of this type of figurative language.
5 What is onomatopoeia?
6 When your teacher says, “I’ve told you a million times to put your name on your paper,” she is using this type of figurative language.
7 What is hyperbole?
8 “The paintbrush danced along the canvas” is an example of this type of figurative language.
9 What is personification?
10 When a person asks, “Are you pulling my leg?” he or she is using this type of figurative language.
11 What is an idiom?
12 This is the term used to describe words that have opposite meanings.
13 What are antonyms?
14 The following word uses the prefix “mis” in the same way as the word “misspell.” A. mislead B. missile C. mistake D. miserable
15 What is mislead?
16 In the word “fearless,” the suffix “less” means A. full of B. without C. most D. against
17 What is without?
18 This word is an antonym for unusual A. silly B. noisy C. scratchy D. ordinary
19 What is ordinary?
20 This word is a synonym for warning A. alarm B. threat C. danger D. rescue
21 What is alarm?
22 When a narrator tells the story, we say it is told from the A. first B. second C. third person point of view.
23 What is the third person point of view?
24 This is where the story takes place.
25 What is the setting?
26 This is a brief description of what a story is all about. It contains only the main ideas.
27 What is a summary?
28 This is the story line in a narrative piece of writing.
29 What is the plot?
30 These are the people doing the action in a narrative piece of writing.
31 What are the characters?
32 Cinderella is an example of this.
33 What is a fairy tale?
34 This is the genre in which one might find stories about outer space or the future.
35 What is science fiction?
36 This is the author’s purpose in a piece of fiction.
37 What is entertain?
38 This is the author’s purpose in a piece of non-fiction.
39 What is to inform?
40 This is the author’s purpose in most advertisements.
41 What is to persuade?
42 This is the electronic resource one would use to find information about burrowing owls.
43 What is the internet?
44 This is where would one look in his or her S.R.B. to find out on what page prime factorization is discussed.
45 What is the index?
46 This is the resource one would use to find the amount of yearly rainfall in Oklahoma over the past 50 years.
47 What is an almanac?
48 This section in your science book will help you find the definition of mass.
49 What is the glossary?
50 This literary resource would give the best information about what a llama looks like.
51 What is an encyclopedia?
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