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Romiette and Julio (Grade 8)

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Romiette and Julio

1. 
Determine whether the following passage is an example of situational, dramatic, or verbal irony:
"We're on for tonight," Julio said with a tightness in his voice."
"And I haven't got a thing to wear!" Ben cried..."
  1. Situational Irony
  2. Dramatic Irony
  3. Verbal Irony
2. 
Determine whether the following passage is an example of situational, dramatic, or verbal irony:
"Romi, did you notice that our names are almost like the ones in the play, only backwards? Do you think that means something?"
  1. Situational Irony
  2. Dramatic Irony
  3. Verbal Irony
3. 
The gangbangers kidnapped Romiette and Julio. "The whole ordeal only took three minutes." In that period of time, which of the following events did not take place?
  1. Julio tried to twist toward her, but the barrel of the gun pushed deeper.
  2. Romi yelled, but was covered with a sweatshirt and placed in the Cadillac.
  3. Julio was shot and placed in the trunk of the Cadillac.
  4. The Cadillac sped off before Ben and Destiny realized what happened.
4. 
What type of figurative language is being used in the following passage:
"I ain't afraid of you !" Julio yelled. "Just watch me wipe you all over this street!"
  1. Hyperbole
  2. Simile
  3. Personification
  4. Alliteration
5. 
What type of figurative language is being used in the following passage?
"Destiny blew through Romi's front door like a windstorm."
  1. hyperbole
  2. simile
  3. personification
  4. alliteration
6. 
Determine which type of conflict is represented in the following passage:
"Julio tried to twist toward her, but the barrel of the gun pushed deeper into his neck. He was frantic and kicked his strong legs at his attackers."
  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:
"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
8. 
True or False: Nannette Norris, the news reporter who works with Romiette's dad, is not a very good reporter because she looks at the wrong camera and often makes silly responses to serious issues.
  1. True
  2. False
9. 
Romiette's Journal was printed in a different font then other parts of the book. How else does the author reveal the character's thoughts or fears through text structures?
  1. The characters' thoughts are not revealed through text structures.
  2. The author does not reveal the characters' thoughts.
  3. The author uses italics when revealing the characters' thoughts.
  4. The author wrote in print to reveal characters' thoughts.
10. 
Which of the following statements did Romiette make about the Scientific Soulmate System?
  1. Romiette said that she had the same dream for weeks for free
  2. Romiette said that Destiny was having the same dream for weeks for free.
  3. Romiette said that her soulmate had freckles and was black.
  4. Romiette said that Destiny's soulmate had freckles and was black.
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