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Language Arts EOCT

Language Arts EOCT Semester #1

What is the definition for Dynamic Character? In literature or drama, a character who undergoes a permanent change in outlook or character during the story; also called developing character.
What is Rising Action? Rising action is what occurs leading up to the climax.
What is Verbal Irony? A figure of speech in which what is said is the opposite of what is meant.
What is Predicate Nominative? A noun or pronoun that renames the subject.
What does a Predicate Nominative always follow? A liking verb.
What is a Predicate Adjective? An adjective that follows a linking verb and describes the subject of the sentence.
What is a Direct Object? Is the "Object". It's always a noun or pronoun & it always follows an action verb.
What do you say to find the Direct object? Subject, Verb, What?
What do you say to find the Indirect Object? Subject, Verb, Direct Object, to whom or what?
Created by: Bryan.Klein