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Tenth Grade (Grade 10) Reading Strategies Questions

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Grade 10 Figurative Language
Which of the following is an example of assonance?
  1. The man ate countless candy bars at the carnival.
  2. I like Ike.
  3. The fighter was a tiger, ready to pounce on his prey.
  4. The moon beamed.
Grade 10 Onomatopoeia

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Which of these lines from the poem contains an example of onomatopoeia?
  1. "With Death and Morning on the silver horns"
  2. "Or foxlike in the vine; nor cares to walk"
  3. "The moan of doves in immemorial elms"
  4. "And find him; by the happy threshold, he"
Grade 10 Poetic Devices
Grade 10 Figurative Language
Grade 10 Figurative Language
A boy who does not like to read is sent on the search for a treasure. The treasure is pile of books. What does the treasure symbolize?
  1. the cost of hardback books
  2. the topic of the books
  3. the benefits that come from reading
  4. the joy of going on a treasure hunt
Grade 10 Figurative Language
Language which works to evoke images in your mind is:
  1. double entendre
  2. imagery
  3. prose
  4. pun
  5. couplet
Grade 10 Figurative Language
Which of the following is an example of sarcasm?
  1. After he struck out, his best friend rolled his eyes.
  2. After he struck out, his best friend patted him on the back.
  3. After he struck out, his best friend said "Don't worry, we'll get 'em next time."
  4. After he struck out, his best friend said, "There he is! The world's greatest batting champ!"
Grade 10 Story Elements CCSS: CCRA.R.3, RL.9-10.3
Protagonist
  1. principal character or force in opposition to a protagonist
  2. the point of maximum tension or interest
  3. main character in a work of fiction involved in the central conflict
  4. provides background information and introduced setting and important characters
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