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It’s time to play… CRCT Trivia !!. Mirror, Mirror on the wall, Who is the wisest of them all?. Name Your Team!. 1. Choose your team members. 2. Choose a name for your team. 3. Write your team name on the top of all answer cards (if you are submitting answers on paper) OR

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It s time to play crct trivia

It’s time to play…CRCT Trivia !!

Mirror, Mirror on the wall,

Who is the wisest

of them all?


Name your team

Name Your Team!

1. Choose your team members.

2. Choose a name for your team.

3. Write your team name on the top of all answer cards (if you are submitting answers on paper) OR

4. Make a sign for your table with showing your group name, then display it on your table.


1 what is the tone displayed in the picture above a gloomy b mysterious c swag d melancholy

1. What is the tone displayed in the picture above? A. Gloomy B. Mysterious C. Swag D. Melancholy

C. SWAG! “I look good!”


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2. What is the function of the underlined word in the sentence?Natalie enjoys driving her grandfather’s convertible. A. ParticipleB. GerundC. SubjectD. Verb

B. Gerund


D conditional

D. Conditional

In what mood is the following sentence written?

Once you have your learner’s permit for one year, you may take your driver’s test.

Indicative

Imperative

Subjunctive

Conditional

Interrogative


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4. What types of pronouns begin adjective clauses?A. RelativeB. InterrogativeC. ReflexiveD. Demonstrative

A. Relative


5 what are the seven types of pronouns

5. What are the seven types of pronouns?

Intensive

Reflexive

Indefinite

Demonstrative

Relative

Interrogative

Personal


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6. What word in the following sentence is a participle?The story of Demeter and Persephone was first told by Homer in a Greek poem dating back to the seventh century.

dating

(it begins a participial phrase which modifies poem)


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7. Label the subject – verb – complement in the following sentence, then label the type of complement.Every year when Persephone returned to her husband Hades, Demeter turned the earth cold and barren once more.

Demeter turned earth

(subject) (verb) (complement)

(direct object)


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8. Find the infinitive in the following sentence. If there is no infinitive, write “none” as your answer.Russ aims to replace all of the dented furniture with items from the clearance sale.

To replace


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9. Find the infinitive in the following sentence. If there is no infinitive, write “none” as your answer.Nancy painted the stripe from the bottom to the top of the wall.

None

to the top is a prepositional phrase


10 what is the rhyme scheme in limerick

10. What is the rhyme scheme in “Limerick?”

Lines 1, 2, and

5 rhyme; lines 3 and 4 rhyme

Lines 1, 2, and 3 rhyme; lines 4 and 5 rhyme

Lines 1, 3, and 5 rhyme; lines 2 and 4 rhyme

Lines 1, 2, and 5, rhyme; lines 3 and 4 rhyme

Lines 1, 4, and 5 rhyme; lines 2 and 3 rhyme

Limerick

by Edward Lear

There was an Old Man with a beard,

Who said, “It is just as I feared! –

Two Owls and a Hen,

Four Larks and a Wren,

Have all built their nests in my beard!”


11 what literary device is used in lines 3 5 a simile b hyperbole c personification d symbolism

11. What literary device is used in lines 3 – 5?A. SimileB. HyperboleC. PersonificationD. Symbolism

Limerick

by Edward Lear

There was an Old Man with a beard,

Who said, “It is just as I feared! –

Two Owls and a Hen,

Four Larks and a Wren,

Have all built their nests in my beard!”

Hyperbole - B


D there was an old man with a beard

D. There wasan Old Manwith a beard,

Limerick

by Edward Lear

There was an Old Man with a beard,

Who said, “It is just as I feared! –

Two Owls and a Hen,

Four Larks and a Wren,

Have all built their nests in my beard!”

Which line shows the meter in the first line of the poem?

A. There was an Old Man with a beard,

B. There was an Old Man with a beard,

C. There was an Old Man with a beard,

D. There was an Old Man with a beard,


13 which figure of speech is used in the picture a hyperbole b situational irony c pun d metaphor

13. Which figure of speech is used in the picture?A. HyperboleB. Situational IronyC. PunD. Metaphor

  • PUN - the humorous use of a word or phrase so as to emphasize or suggest its different meanings or applications, or the use of words that are alike or nearly alike in sound but different in meaning; a play on words.

    Examples:

  • Urine (You’re in) Danger!.

  • “I see,” said the blind man.


Another example of pun

Another example of PUN

“I’m feeling a little hoarse today,” whispered the police officer, who was getting over a cold.


A anger

A. Anger

14. What is a synonym for the word wrath in the following sentence?

“Prideful mortal! You will suffer my wrath!” challenged Athena.

  • Anger

  • Pleasure

  • Behavior

  • Goodwill


C pictured

C. Pictured

While Arachne’s tapestry was indeed beautiful, Athena was angry about how she portrayed the gods and goddesses.

15. In the sentence, the word portrayed means

  • Acted out

  • Posed for

  • Pictured

  • Transported


B simile

B. Simile

The Moon

by Robert Louis Stevenson

The moon has a face like the clock in the hall;

She shines on thieves on the garden wall,

On streets and fields and harbour quays,

And birdies asleep in the forks of the trees.

  • What literary device is used in the first line of the first stanza?

  • Hyperbole

  • Simile

  • Imagery

  • Symbolism


B who lost this wallet is a mystery to me

B. Who lost this wallet is a mystery to me.

  • Which sentence contains a noun clause

    used as the subjectof the sentence?

  • It is unfortunate that Mr. Jones will not return.

    B. Who lost this wallet is a mystery to me.

  • Jack asked why the football game was cancelled.

  • The hiker whom I saw on the mountain trail was old.


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C. We waited for hours until the runaway dog came home.

  • Which sentence contains an adverb clause that modifies the verb?

  • Mike thinks that he will win the lottery.

  • Why don’t you do your work?

  • We waited for hours until the runaway dog came home.

  • We offered whoever told the truth a lot of money.


19 which of the following sentences is not a complete sentence

19. Which of the following sentences is NOT a complete sentence?

  • Your necklace was placed in the window of the jewelry store.

  • The man in the first car is the president of France.

  • Where you go on vacation.

  • Jennifer, where have you placed my old sweater?

C.

Where you go on vacation.


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20. Where does the phrase with the broken wheel belong in the sentence below?Please bring the bicycle to the repair shop with the broken wheel.

D. Between bicycle and to the repair shop

  • Before Please

  • Between Please and bring

  • Between bring and the bicycle

  • Between bicycle and to the repair shop


D change the capital to lowercase in but

D. Change the capital to lowercase in But

  • How should the punctuation or capitalization be corrected in the sentence below?

    We want to go swimming this afternoon,” said twins, “But we have to clean our rooms.”

  • Remove the quotation marks before said

  • Remove the comma after twins

  • Add a comma after But

  • Change the capital to lowercase in But


D city of publication this information would be included in a bibliography entry for a book

D. City of Publication (this information would be included in a bibliography entry for a book)

22. Which of the following information should NOT be included in an MLA-formatted entry for an internet source?

  • Title of Article

  • Author of Article

  • Copywrite

  • City of Publication


B i need to put my phone on the charger so i will talk to you later

B. I need to put my phone on the charger so I will talk to you later…

  • In which of the following sentences is the ellipsis NOT used correctly?

    ~ an ellipsis is three dots which indicate that words have been omitted from the sentence.

    ~If the ellipsis is used at the end of the sentence, add the period to end the sentence.

  • My mom gave me the standard lecture which went like this, “You ought to know better than to… and I don’t want to tell you again!”

  • I need to put my phone on the charger so I will talk to you later…

  • “… and please come back soon,” gushed the hostess at the restaurant.

  • An idiom which is familiar to many people is “An apple a day….”


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24. Which of the following sentences is written in active voice?A. Easter morning began in the usual way, with family and tradition on the day’s agenda.B. A hearty dinner was enjoyed by everyone at the Easter Feast.C. The term “hunting Easter eggs” acquired new meaning as medieval weapons were used to hinder the pursuit of poultry perishables by the Viking warriors.D. A great time was had by all.

A. Easter morning began in the usual way, with family and tradition on the day’s agenda. (Who knew?)


25 in what mood is the following sentence written

25. In what mood is the following sentence written?

If it were the beginning of the year again, I would pay more attention in class!

C. SUBJUNCTIVE

  • Indicative

  • Imperative

  • Subjunctive

  • Conditional

  • interrogative


Transitions or transitional words

26. What types of words are used in writing to connect ideas together and to permit a smooth flow from one idea to another?

Transitions or transitional words


27 what is verbal irony

27. What is verbal irony?

Figurative rather than literal meaning of a statement; one thing is said, but another is meant.

Example:

“You have caught the biggest fish too many times; you need to go take a long walk off of a short pier,” complained the fisherman.


Game over

*** GAME OVER ***

Who is on

the winning team?


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