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Types of Conflict (Grade 8)

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Types of Conflict

1. 
Determine which type of conflict is represented in the following passage:
"She struggled, searching for air, for land, for something to hold on to. But there was only the water, pulling her into its depths."
  1. Man vs Man
  2. Man vs Self
  3. Man vs Society
  4. Man vs Nature
2. 
Determine which type of conflict is represented in the following passage:

"It can't rain! If it's rainy my hair gets puffy and droopy."
  1. Man vs. Man
  2. Man vs. Self
  3. Man vs. Society
  4. Man vs. Nature
3. 
Determine which type of conflict is represented in the following passage:
"One of those people'? You think Romiette is related to those kids from a million years ago?"
  1. Man vs Man
  2. Man vs Self
  3. Man vs Society
  4. Man vs Nature
4. 
Identify the type of conflict in the the following passage:
"I stared at the newspaper. On the front page of the second section was the headline: JUVENILE DELINQUENTS TURN HEROES."
  1. Man vs Man
  2. Man vs Self
  3. Man vs Society
  4. Man vs Nature
5. 
Identify the type of conflict in the the following passage:

I was sitting there, smoking a cigarette, when Jerry came back in from making a phone call. He stared at me for a second.

"You shouldn't be smoking."
  1. Man vs. Man
  2. Man vs. Self
  3. Man vs. Society
  4. Man vs. Nature
6. 
Identify the type of conflict in the the following sentence:
"The cinders and embers began falling on us, stinging and smarting like ants."
  1. Man vs. Man
  2. Man vs. Self
  3. Man vs. Society
  4. Man vs. Nature
7. 
Determine which type of conflict is represented in the following passage:
"Just then the car stopped. The four doors of the black Cadillac opened at the same time. As if on cue, four purple-hooded youths eased out of each door simultaneously. "
  1. Man vs Man
  2. Man vs Self
  3. Man vs Society
  4. Man vs Nature
8. 
Determine which type of conflict is represented in the following passage:

"I think I'll have to expand my musical appreciation to opera too, because this dude is just too fine to pass up."
  1. Man vs Man
  2. Man vs Self
  3. Man vs Society
  4. Man vs Nature
9. 
Determine which type of conflict is represented in the following passage:
"Hey, Romi, did you ever wonder who 'they' is? You know, how 'they' say something will happen, or 'they' think the world is changing?" Destiney asked.
  1. Man vs Man
  2. Man vs Self
  3. Man vs Society
  4. Man vs Nature
10. 
Determine which type of conflict is represented in the following passage:

"He's not foreign! He was born in this country just like you were."

"Doesn't matter. We don't want him here."
  1. Man vs Man
  2. Man vs Self
  3. Man vs Society
  4. Man vs Nature
11. 
Determine which type of conflict is represented in the following passage:
" Romi is a human being-a beautiful, smart, fiery woman. And I don't care what my father says!"
  1. Man vs Man
  2. Man vs Self
  3. Man vs Society
  4. Man vs Nature
12. 
Determine which type of conflict is represented in the following passage:

"I don't really know. I just know that you better stay away from places where you might be caught alone, like bathrooms."
  1. Man vs. Man
  2. Man vs. Self
  3. Man vs. Society
  4. Man vs. Nature
13. 
Determine which type of conflict is represented in the following passage:
"No, I'm not stupid-but then again, maybe I am. I can't believe I've fallen stupid head over heels in love with Julio Montague."
  1. Man vs Man
  2. Man vs Self
  3. Man vs Society
  4. Man vs Nature
14. 
Identify the type of conflict in the the following passage:
"And tonight . . . people get hurt in rumbles, maybe killed. I'm sick of it because it doesn't do any good. You can't win, you know that, don't you?"
  1. Man vs Man
  2. Man vs Self
  3. Man vs Society
  4. Man vs Nature
15. 
Identify the type of conflict in the the following passage:
"I had a nightmare the night of Mom and Dad's funeral. I'd had nightmares and wild dreams every once in a while when I was little, but nothing like this one."
  1. Man vs Man
  2. Man vs Self
  3. Man vs Society
  4. Man vs Nature

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