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The setting and background information on characters and events are all identified here.
Albert’s friends said he was a taciturn man. They hadn’t heard him speak in years.
The tremulous lion hoped the Wizard of Oz would make him brave. Tremulous means…
Although most people found Mr. Johnson was a truthful man, my father thought he was a mendacious person. The opposite of mendacious is…
When asked to sum up the important evens in her life, Rona filled an hour talking about all the trivial matters of her daily routine. The opposite of trivial is…
Bill and Ted are on an excellent adventure. Bill hasn’t brushed his teeth the entire trip. Ted has decided the trip is not so excellent and leaves Bill stranded in the middle of nowhere without even a toothbrush. Which type of conflict is this?
On his way home from the excellent adventure, Ted is struck by lightening and loses all memory. Name the type of conflict.
After Bill hears about Ted’s tragic accident, he feels guilty for not brushing his teeth and allowing Ted to leave on his own.
Usually the main character, sometimes the hero, the one readers like.
The character/object that works against the main character/hero.
Narrator or character says one thing but actually means something else.
Final Jeopardy Make your wager
In this story, the climax is when the main character discovers his wife is dead.