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Grade 9 :: Point of View by mcgovernt
"Do you love candy?" I asked my friend Paul. I always make new friends.
  1. Third person omniscient
  2. First person
  3. Second person
  4. Third person limited
Grade 9 :: Point of View by mcgovernt
I have never wanted to go to sleep so badly.
  1. First person
  2. Second person
  3. Third person omniscient
  4. Third person limited
Grade 9 :: Point of View by mcgovernt
Grade 9 :: Story Elements by DJCallahan
Where, when, or under what conditions a story takes place
  1. Imagery
  2. Suspense
  3. Setting
  4. Alliteration
Grade 9 :: Figurative Language by mcgovernt
Grade 9 :: Cause and Effect by mcgovernt
Grade 9 :: Point of View by mcgovernt
He walked down the street. A man drove by and yelled, "Hey! Watch where you're going!" is an example of:
  1. First person
  2. Second person
  3. Third person omniscient
  4. Third person objective
Grade 9 :: Vocabulary by reelislick
Grade 9 :: Vocabulary by reelislick
If a newspaper reporter writes objectively, it means she writes--
  1. with passion and energy
  2. from her point of view using her feelings
  3. by telling untruths
  4. without emotion or giving her opinion
Grade 9 :: Vocabulary by reelislick
"Jace went to three successive classes." This means:
  1. He got A's in three classes
  2. He failed three classes
  3. Three exciting classes
  4. Three classes in a row
Grade 9 :: English as a Second Language ESL by mebgonzalez25
To COMMIT a crime means to:
  1. do it.
  2. plan it.
  3. feel sorry about it.
  4. tell someone about it.
Grade 9 :: Vocabulary by reelislick
"Gabby made an appeal to the parents about buying new cheerleader uniforms." This means:
  1. She complained to them
  2. She yelled at them
  3. She asked them for help
  4. She ignored the parents
Grade 9 :: Fact and Opinion by mcgovernt
Grade 9 :: Prefixes and Suffixes by Morgan_Poppe
If "-relat" means similar, then CORRELATE means...
  1. mutual relation of two or more things, parts, etc.
  2. to spend time with others in a group
  3. to put things in order
  4. work together in a harmonious fashion
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