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  1. A general pardon, especially for political prisoners

    A. Fluctuate
    B. Amnesty
    C. Stipulate
    Amnesty
  2. Fearful, timid; cowardly

    A. Timorous
    B. Livid
    C. Closure
    Timorous
  3. To exist in large numbers; to have plenty

    A. Abound
    B. Debut
    C. Curtail
    Abound
  4. A very small person or thing; tiny

    A. Convene
    B. Oblivious
    C. Diminutive
    Diminutive
  5. Excellently, admirably; in a worthy manner

    A. Abound
    B. Patriarch
    C. Admirably
    Admirably
  6. To present for the first time; first public appearance

    A. Debut
    B. Goate
    C. Prelude
    Debut
  7. Sad; depressed; gloom

    A. Indict
    B. Melancholy
    C. Ornate
    Melancholy
  8. Intense; violent; marked by great emotion

    A. Vehement
    B. Amnesty
    C. Curtail
    Vehement
  9. To rise and fall; to cange continually

    A. Goate
    B. Indifferent
    C. Fluctuate
    Fluctuate
  10. A temporary relief; an order delaying punishment

    A. Reprieve
    B. Abound
    C. Convene
    Reprieve
  11. To call, bring or gather together; to meet

    A. Colloquial
    B. Debut
    C. Convene
    Convene
  12. The act of closing; a conclusion or finish

    A. Constituent
    B. Closure
    C. Livid
    Closure
  13. Fair; just; without prejudice

    A. Impartial
    B. Rectify
    C. Wheedled
    Impartial
  14. To specify as a condition of an agreement; to promise

    A. Ornate
    B. Stipulate
    C. Reprieve
    Stipulate
  15. Unprejudiced; neutral; average or moderate

    A. Amnesty
    B. Indifferent
    C. Rectify
    Indifferent
  16. Anything serving as an introduction, an opening

    A. Prelude
    B. Admirably
    C. Indict
    Prelude
  17. Elaborate; excessively adorned

    A. Colloquial
    B. Reprieve
    C. Ornate
    Ornate
  18. A voter representd by an elected official; a necessary part or element

    A. Constituent
    B. Timorous
    C. Wheedled
    Constituent
  19. Informal in language; conversational

    A. Indict
    B. Colloquial
    C. Subsidary
    Colloquial
  20. To shorten; to decrease

    A. Fluctuate
    B. Convene
    C. Curtail
    Curtail
  21. Very angry or furious; Red with anger

    A. Livid
    B. Ornate
    C. Disconcerting
    Livid
  22. To regard with mean or greedy pleasure; greed

    A. Gloat
    B. Prelude
    C. Closure
    Gloat
  23. To coax; to influence by using flattery

    A. Vehement
    B. Wheedled
    C. Prelude
    Wheedled
  24. A respected old man; A founder and leader of a tribe

    A. Gloat
    B. Colloquial
    C. Patriarch
    Patriarch
  25. To charge with an offense or crime; to make a formal accusation

    A. Melancholy
    B. Indict
    C. Abound
    Indict
  26. To set right; to adjust

    A. Admirably
    B. Prelude
    C. Rectify
    Rectify
  27. Unaware, unmindful; forgetful

    A. Oblivious
    B. Wheedled
    C. Livid
    Oblivious
  28. Causing a loss of calmness; frustrating; disturbing

    A. Indifferent
    B. Melancholy
    C. Disconcerting
    Disconcerting
  29. A company controlled by another company; secondary

    A. Constituent
    B. Subsidiary
    C. Patriarch
    Subsidiary
  30. Largely; considerably; significantly

    A. Admirably
    B. Substantially
    C. Debut
    B. Substantially
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  31. Conflict that occurs between two or more characters

    A. Internal Conflict
    B. External Conflict
    C. Setting
    External Conflict
  32. Character that does not change throughout the course of the story

    A. Dynamic Character
    B. Static Character
    Static Character
  33. Presents surprising or amusing contradictions between what readers or characters expect

    A. Suspense
    B. Irony
    C. Foreshadowing
    Irony
  34. Conflict that takes place within a character

    A. External Conflict
    B. Internal Conflict
    C. Setting
    Internal Conflict
  35. Character that changes throughout the story and usually learns something

    A. Dynamic Character
    B. Static Character
    Dynamic Character
  36. The feeling created in a reader by the literary work or passage

    A. Irony
    B. Mood
    C. Dramatic Irony
    Mood
  37. Main character

    A. Protagonist
    B. Antagonist
    C. Tragic character
    Protagonist
  38. Clues that suggest events that are going to happen

    A. Symbols
    B. Climax
    C. Foreshadowing
    Foreshadowing
  39. Time and place in whihch the action of the story begins

    A. External Conflict
    B. Internal Conflict
    C. Setting
    Setting
  40. When there is a contradiciton between what a character thinks and what the reader knows to be true

    A. Irony
    B. Mood
    C. Dramatic Irony
    Dramatic irony
  41. Person is who is in conflict with the protagonist

    A. antagonist
    B. protagonist
    C. tragic character
    antagonist
  42. Tension and uncertainty about the outcome of events in a story

    A. foreshadowing
    B. climax
    C. suspense
    suspense
  43. Anything that stands for, or represents something else

    A. plot
    B. symbol
    C. suspense
    symbol
  44. When tension builds gradually

    A. expected climax
    B. unexpected climax
    expected climax
  45. When climax arrives suddenly

    A. expected climax
    B. unexpected climax
    unexpected climax
  46. Experiences a reversal of fortune as a result of fate or a flaw

    A. static character
    B. dynamic character
    C. tragic character
    tragic character
  47. Introduces the setting, characters, and situation

    A. exposition
    B. climax
    C. plot
    exposition
  48. Sequence of events in a literary work

    A. exposition
    B. climax
    C. plot
    plot
  49. Intensifies during the rising action

    A. plot
    B. resolution
    C. conflict
    conflict
  50. Often leads to a central conflict

    A. inciting conflict
    B. climax
    C. resolution
    inciting conflict
  51. High point of interest or suspense

    A. plot
    B. climax
    C. resolution
    climax
  52. End of the story, when conflict is solved

    A. plot
    B. climax
    C. resolution
    resolution
  53. When the narrator is a character, uses I

    A. first person
    B. second person
    first person
  54. When the narrator does not participate in the action of the story

    A. first person
    B. third person
    third person
  55. Conversation between characters

    A. resolution
    B. conflict
    C. dialogue
    dialogue
  56. Why do authors use dialogue?
    • Reveal character
    • Present events
    • Add variety
    • Interest readers
  57. Difference between drawing conclusions and inferences.
    Drawing conclusions is based on facts and details given in the story.

    Making an inference is when you form an idea based on clues from a character's words and actions.

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