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Language Arts:Test#1

QuestionAnswer
static character a character who might change physically, but not internally
Mood The atmosphere of a piece of writing; how the reader feels
Tone the author's attitude towards a subject; how the author feels
3rd person limited The narrator describes one person's thoughts and feelings (the main character)
flat character background character(s) that don't have much information given about them
dynamic character a character who changes internally through out the story
3rd person omniscient The narrator describes many characters thoughts/feelings
Exposition the information that has the setting and the characters
setting the place and time
Types of Conflict man v.s. man, man v.s. society, man v.s. nature, man v.s. fate, man v.s. self
Rising Action what leads up to the main conflict
Climax when the problem or conflict reaches a high point
Falling Action how the problem/conflict is solved
Resolution how things end up
1st person the main character is telling the story
2nd person the main character or author is speaking to you
Created by: AiMsAr