Elements Of Literature Vocabulary Test: English I

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Elements Of Literature Vocabulary Test: English I

Use your list of vocabulary terms to answer each question. Some terms may be used more than once.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 
    The correct order of elements on the plot diagram from the beginning of the story to the end is [Blank], [Blank], [Blank], [Blank], [Blank], and [Blank].
  • 2. 
    The time and place of action for a literary work is the [blank].
  • 3. 
    The [blank] narrator knows all of the thoughts and feelings of ALL of the characters.
  • 4. 
    The [blank] narrator is a character in the story.
  • 5. 
    The [blank] narrator knows only the thoughts and feelings of ONE character.
  • 6. 
    A [blank] is a scene or event that happened before the beginning of a story.
  • 7. 
    [blank] is a way for an author to provide clues about future events in the plot/
  • 8. 
    [blank] is the pattern of events in a story, including how the story works out.
  • 9. 
    Major conflicts begin to be solved and other details of the story are wrapped up in the [blank].
  • 10. 
    The [blank] sets the stage for the events to come and usually gives details about the setting and characters. 
  • 11. 
    The [blank] occurs between two opposing forces.
  • 12. 
    The [blank] is the turning point in the story which is usually filled with suspense.
  • 13. 
    The [blank] is the outcome of the story.
  • 14. 
    The [blank] adds complications to the lives of the characters.
  • 15. 
    [blank] is a conversation between two characters.
  • 16. 
    The character that the story revolves around is the [blank].
  • 17. 
    Black Panther, Katniss, Captain Underpants, Judie B. Jones, Chicken Little, and Buck are all examples of [blank] in books and movies.
  • 18. 
    Which type of conflict does the following movie represent: Insidious: A family attempts to rid their home and family of deadly spirits.
    • A. 

      Person vs. Self

    • B. 

      Person vs. Person

    • C. 

      Person vs. Nature

    • D. 

      Person vs. Environment

    • E. 

      Person vs. Technology

    • F. 

      Person vs. Supernatural

    • G. 

      Person vs. Fate

  • 19. 
    Which type of conflict does the following movie represent: San Andreas: A man battles the dangers of a record-breaking earthquake to find his daughter.
    • A. 

      Person vs. Self

    • B. 

      Person vs. Person

    • C. 

      Person vs. Nature

    • D. 

      Person vs. Environment

    • E. 

      Person vs. Technology

    • F. 

      Person vs. Supernatural

  • 20. 
    Which type of conflict does the following movie: Batman vs. Superman: Two superheroes are at odds because they misunderstand the motives and intentions of one another.
    • A. 

      Person vs. Self

    • B. 

      Person vs. Person

    • C. 

      Person vs. Nature

    • D. 

      Person vs. Environment

    • E. 

      Person vs. Technology

    • F. 

      Person vs. Supernatural

    • G. 

      Person vs. Fate

  • 21. 
    Which conflict does the following movie represent: Hunger Games: Katniss struggles to fight the unfair rules and traditions that govern the Hunger Games.
    • A. 

      Person vs. Self

    • B. 

      Person vs. Person

    • C. 

      Person vs. Nature

    • D. 

      Person vs. Environment

    • E. 

      Person vs. Technology

    • F. 

      Person vs. Supernatural

  • 22. 
    Which conflict does the following movie represent: I Robot: A man goes up against highly intelligent robots to protect the free will of humans.
    • A. 

      Person vs. Self

    • B. 

      Person vs. Person

    • C. 

      Person vs. Nature

    • D. 

      Person vs. Environment

    • E. 

      Person vs. Technology

    • F. 

      Person vs. Supernatural

    • G. 

      Person vs. Fate

  • 23. 
    Which conflict does the following movie represent: The Hulk: A man tries to suppress beast within.
    • A. 

      Person vs. Self

    • B. 

      Person vs. Person

    • C. 

      Person vs Nature

    • D. 

      Person vs. Environment

    • E. 

      Person vs. Technology

    • F. 

      Person vs. Supernatural

    • G. 

      Person vs. Fate

  • 24. 
    Which conflict does the following movie represent: Lord of the Rings: Frodo struggles to fulfill his destiny to destroy the ring in the fires of Moredor.
    • A. 

      Person vs. Self

    • B. 

      Person vs. Person

    • C. 

      Person vs. Nature

    • D. 

      Person vs. Environment

    • E. 

      Person vs. Technology

    • F. 

      Person vs. Supernatural

    • G. 

      Person vs. Fate

  • 25. 
    [Blank] is the "why" of the character's actions.
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