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Reviewer for figurative language, elements of a plot, stage directions, main idea, supporting details

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  • Q1
    What is the main idea of a story?
    The type of conflict present in the story
    The name of the main character in the story
    The central message or lesson the author wants to convey
    The location where the story takes place
  • Q2
    What do stage directions in a play provide?
    Instructions for actors about how to move and speak on stage
    Information about the author's inspiration for the play
    Descriptions of the setting and time period
    Dialogue between characters in the play
  • Q3
    What are supporting details in a text?
    The author's biography
    The table of contents
    Facts, examples, or explanations that help to develop and support the main idea
    The title of the text
  • Q4
    What is figurative language in writing?
    Language that is straightforward and exact in its meaning
    Language that is used only in scientific writing
    Language that always has a single, clear meaning
    Language that uses words or expressions with a meaning that is different from the literal interpretation
  • Q5
    What are the elements of a plot in a story?
    The exposition, rising action, climax, falling action, and resolution
    The title, setting, and characters of the story
    The main idea and the supporting details of the story
    The conflict and resolution of the story
  • Q6
    What is an example of figurative language?
    The concert starts at 7:00 PM.
    She is a shining star in the world of music.
    The sun is setting behind the mountains.
    The book is full of interesting facts.
  • Q7
    What is the purpose of using stage directions in a play?
    To provide guidance to actors on how to portray their characters and interact on stage
    To indicate the time period in which the play is set
    To describe the physical appearance of the actors
    To reveal the inner thoughts of the characters
  • Q8
    What is the main purpose of supporting details in a text?
    To change the setting of the story
    To introduce new characters in the plot
    To confuse the reader with unnecessary information
    To provide evidence and explanations that strengthen the main idea
  • Q9
    What does the climax of a story represent?
    The setting in which the story takes place
    The turning point or moment of greatest tension in the narrative
    The introduction of the main characters
    The resolution of all conflicts in the story
  • Q10
    What is the purpose of figurative language in writing?
    To list events in a chronological order
    To simplify complex concepts for the reader
    To provide factual information and statistics
    To create vivid images, convey emotions, and add depth to the meaning of the text
  • Q11
    Which of the following is an example of figurative language?
    The park was filled with laughter and joy.
    The sun is a star at the center of our solar system.
    The sun smiled down on the children playing in the park.
    The children wore big smiles on their faces.
  • Q12
    Which element of a plot comes after the rising action?
    Falling action
  • Q13
    What do stage directions in a play or script typically describe?
    Character movements and gestures
    Dialogue between characters
    Main conflict of the plot
    Setting of the scene
  • Q14
    What is the main idea of a passage or text?
    The central point or message that the author is trying to convey
    The main character's name
    The location where the story takes place
    The list of supporting details
  • Q15
    Which of the following is an example of supporting details in a passage?
    The setting of the scene is a quaint village surrounded by lush green forests.
    The main conflict of the story is introduced in the first paragraph.
    The dialogue between the characters reveals their conflicting opinions.
    The author describes the character's appearance in detail, including their tall stature and bright blue eyes.

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