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matthew srb

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What is a short 3 line poem with 5 syllables on the first line, 7 on the second, and 5 on the 3rd? Haiku
What are the 5 elements of plot exposition, rising action, climax, falling action, resolution
What is Lemon Brown's treasure? A newspaper article, and a broken harmonica
In the story Ribbons where did the grandma just come from? Hong Kong
In the story Ribbons, why is grandmother upset? She thinks stacey's feet are bound
In "Fog", what is the fog being compared to? a cat
In Seveneth grade, who does Victor like? Teresa
In seventh grade why does michael scowl like a retard? he wants to attract girls
What type of figurative language gives object human qualities? personification
Who is the bear boy? Kuo-Haya
In lemon brown why is his father upset? He is failing is math class
In lemon brown why is he upset? he cant play ball for the scorpions.
What is a simile? compares two unlike things.
What is a metaphor? desbribes one thing as if it was something else
What is something that represents something else? Symbol
What is Rhyme? the repetition of sounds at the end of words
What is the character doing in The Rider? he is trying to escape his loneliness
Would seal be a depressing poem or a happy poem? happy poem
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