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Module 1 Post _ Eng9

The character(s) in a story refer(s) to: the people who experience the events in the plot.
The resolution in a story refers to: how the conflict is settled.
The climax is also known as the ____________________ in the story. turning point
This stage of the plot happens right after the climax. The falling action.
Not a part of exposition in a story: Ending
When you make a written __________, you express your point of view on an issue and use evidence to back it up. argument
When you make your claim and include your evidence, you should always include the _______________ and address it. counterargument
When you make a prediction, you rely on... clues and evidence and your personal experience.
A(n) _______________ is an educated guess based on good evidence. inference
A singular subject requires the use of a plural verb. False
In a sentence, if the subject is plural then the verb must also be plural. True
Juan's day starts at 7:00 every morning. has correct subject verb agreement.
My sister and I listen to country, pop, and rap. has correct subject verb agreement.
Writers such as Wes Craven and Stephen King use story elements similar to Poe's. has correct subject verb agreement.
Using the same pattern of words to show that two or more words or ideas are of equal importance is called parallel structure
Mr. Williams enjoys going skiing, camping, and fishing. written using appropriate parallel structure.
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