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7th Grade Common Ass

Review for 1st Nine Week Common Assessment

QuestionAnswer
The character that opposes the main character in the story. Antagonist
The main character in the story. Usually, this character is positively motivated and overcoming conflicts and obstacles. Protagonist
The way in which the writer develops the character in the story. Characterization
The most intense part of the story, and the turning point of the story. Climax
When and where the story takes place. Setting
The meaning or the message in the story. The advice the writer is giving to the reader. Theme
(The squirrel) took nuts to its nest. What is the sentence part? Complete Subject
The squirrel took nuts (to its nest). What is the sentence part? Prepositional Phrase
The squirrel (took nuts to its nest). What is the sentence part? Complete Predicate
(You) should have gone to the school dance by yourself. What is the sentence part? Simple Subject
You (should have gone)to the school dance by yourself. What is the sentence part? Simple Predicate
You should have gone to the school dance (by yourself). What is the sentence part? Prepositional Phrase
Mr. Colbert's family went to (Florida), (New York), and (Nebraska). What is the sentence part? Objects of the Presposition.
Mr. Colbert's family went (to Florida, New York, and Nebraska). Prepositional Phrase
The squirrel took nuts (to) its nest. What is the part of speech? preposition
The squirrel took nuts to (its) nest. What is the part of speech? pronoun
The squirrel took (nuts) to its nest. What is the part of speech? noun
The squirrel took nuts to its (nest). What is the sentence part? Object of the Preposition
Sally sells seashells by (the) seashore. What is the part of speech? article
(Sally) sells seashells by the seashore. What is the part of speech? Singular Proper Noun
Sally sells seashells (by the seashore). What is the part of the sentence? Prepositional Phrase
There are (fewer) students in Mrs. Carmen's class now. What is the part of speech? adjective
There are fewer students in Mrs. Carmen's class (now). What is the part of speech? Adverb
There are fewer students (in Mrs. Carmen's class)now. What is the object of the preposition? Class
the repetition of the same initial letter or sound alliteration
comparison using "like" or "as" simile
extreme exaggeration hyperbole
implied comparison between two unlike things metaphor
human characteristics that are given to an animal or object personification
Figures of Speech Figurative Language
The use of a word to describe or imitate a natural sound or the sound made by an object. Onomatopoeia
A familiar word or phrase that means something other than what is leterally said Idiom
The ocean breeze whispered in my ears. personification
The road was like a black ribbon winding through the mountains. Simile
I was glued to my seat as I watched the game. idiom
The wind blew a million miles an hour. Hyperbole
The ball cracked off the bat. Onomatopoeia
The Bulldogs bounced back. Alliteration.
The squirrel took nuts (to its nest). What is the sentence part? Prepositional Phrase
The squirrel (took nuts to its nest). What is the sentence part? Complete Predicate
(You) should have gone to the school dance by yourself. What is the sentence part? Simple Subject
You (should have gone)to the school dance by yourself. What is the sentence part? Simple Predicate
You should have gone to the school dance (by yourself). What is the sentence part? Prepositional Phrase
Mr. Colbert's family went to (Florida), (New York), and (Nebraska). What is the sentence part? Objects of the Presposition.
Mr. Colbert's family went (to Florida, New York, and Nebraska). Prepositional Phrase
The squirrel took nuts (to) its nest. What is the part of speech? preposition
The squirrel took nuts to (its) nest. What is the part of speech? pronoun
The squirrel took (nuts) to its nest. What is the part of speech? noun
The squirrel took nuts to its (nest). What is the sentence part? Object of the Preposition
Sally sells seashells by (the) seashore. What is the part of speech? article
(Sally) sells seashells by the seashore. What is the part of speech? Singular Proper Noun
Sally sells seashells (by the seashore). What is the part of the sentence? Prepositional Phrase
There are (fewer) students in Mrs. Carmen's class now. What is the part of speech? adjective
There are fewer students in Mrs. Carmen's class (now). What is the part of speech? Adverb
There are fewer students (in Mrs. Carmen's class)now. What is the object of the preposition? Class
the repetition of the same initial letter or sound alliteration
comparison using "like" or "as" simile
extreme exaggeration hyperbole
implied comparison between two unlike things metaphor
human characteristics that are given to an animal or object personification
Figures of Speech Figurative Language
The use of a word to describe or imitate a natural sound or the sound made by an object. Onomatopoeia
A familiar word or phrase that means something other than what is leterally said Idiom
The ocean breeze whispered in my ears. personification
The road was like a black ribbon winding through the mountains. Simile
I was glued to my seat as I watched the game. idiom
The wind blew a million miles an hour. Hyperbole
The ball cracked off the bat. Onomatopoeia
The Bulldogs bounced back. Alliteration.
Pass (me) the ball. Indirect Object
Pass me the (ball). Direct Object
The apple is (delicious). Predicate Adjective
He is an exceptional (student). Predicate Nominative
She is my favorite (teacher). Predicate Nominative
She is (nice). Predicate Adjective
You should have gone to the school dance by yourself; I did. Sentence Type? Compound
The apples are delicious and will be sold tomorrow. Sentence Type? Simple
There are fewer students in Mr. Carmen's class now, but there still are not enough desks. Sentence Type? Compound
A character that changes. Dynamic Character
A character that does not change. Static Character
Created by: awilbourne