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Collection 2

Assessment for Collection 2

Why a character does a certain thing;or the reason for a character's actions. Motivation
Another word for character traits Personality
If a story is told through first person narrator then the narrator is A CHARACTER IN THE STORY or NOT IN THE STORY In the story
Omniscient Narrator is 1st person, 2nd person, or 3rd person narrator 3rd person
Omniscient Narrator is All knowing; knows the thoughts of all the characters
Block method is used for what type of essay Comparison/Contrast
The block method does not use a separate paragraph for each idea in their work (T/F) False
The Block method discusses all the features of subject 1 and then all the features of subject 2 (T/F) T
Where is the prefix added to a root word Front
Where is the suffix added to a root word Back
The way of speaking that is characteristic of a particular region or time period Dialect
An inference requires immediate information and what Background knowledge
If a character changes, how it affects the plot is called If-then strategy
What does a pronoun replace Noun or another pronoun
Showing how other characters react to a character is called Indirect Characterization
Which is correct possessive form WOMEN'S OR WOMENS' Women's
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