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Cards 21-23

FCAT Prep Deck

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what is, conflict I am "at odds" with you opening this door right now! Please try again. a struggle within a plot between opposing forces
what is, resolution I am afraid that you do not have enough details and information to come to a "solution" yet. Please try again. a solution to a conflict; the falling action after the climax of the plot
man vs man, man vs nature, man vs himself, man vs the supernatural, and man vs society 5 types of conflict in literature Man o man o man o man do you have the wrong door! Please try again.
the "interrelationship" you are seeking can best be found elsewhere. You'll find the "main event" if you keep knocking. what is , plot the action of a story ; plot depends on setting and sequence of events
what is, setting the time and place of a story This is not the "scenery" you are looking for. Better luck next "time".
Created by: msmarcoccio