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The Odyssey Jeopardy. The ODYSSEY. Final Jeopardy!!. Odysseus had his men tie him to the mast of his ship to resist these creatures. Who are the sirens?. Characters 100. This is a creature who sucks unsuspecting sailors into a whirl pool and then eats them. Who is Charybdis?.

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    1. The Odyssey Jeopardy

    2. The ODYSSEY Final Jeopardy!!

    3. Odysseus had his men tie him to the mast of his ship to resist these creatures. Who are the sirens? Characters 100

    4. This is a creature who sucks unsuspecting sailors into a whirl pool and then eats them. Who is Charybdis? Characters 200

    5. The first person that Odysseus met on the land of Phaecia. Who is Nausicca? Characters 300

    6. The two characters that fought with Odysseus against the suitors. Who is Eumaeus and Telemachus? Characters 400

    7. A literary term that means to show or indicate beforehand. This term is like a sneak preview of what is to come. What is foreshadowing? TERMS 100

    8. Perseverance, vengeance, loyalty and hospitality are all examples of this literary term. What is theme? TERMS 200

    9. What type of mood do the following words show… Believe Numbed Amazement Trembling What is awe (or another word like it)? TERMS 300

    10. In The Odyssey, a bow stands for power. This statement shows this literary term. What is symbolism? TERMS 400

    11. You’re a liar and a thief like the dead dog at your feet. What is simile? FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE 100

    12. I had the unpleasant sensation that I was a juicy fly that she had enticed into her web. What is metaphor? FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE200

    13. I am Odysseus, son of Laertes, and Ithaca – lovely, brave, rugged Ithaca – is my home. What is personification? FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE 300

    14. The suitors bayed and whooped in mock encouragement. What is onomatopoeia? FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE 400

    15. A strong inner feeling or notion of a future misfortune, evil. What is foreboding? VOCABULARY 100

    16. Being truly or very much so – the truth. What is veritable? VOCABULARY200

    17. Feeling or showing profound hopelessness, dejection. What is despondent? VOCABULARY 300

    18. Insidious cunning in attaining a goal; crafty or artful deception. What is guile? VOCABULARY 400

    19. la·ment - ləˈmɛnt/ [luh-ment] –verb (used with object) 1. to feel or express sorrow or regret for: to lament his absence. 2. to mourn for or over. The part of this definition that shows pronunciation. What is [luh-ment] ? DICTIONARY 100

    20. la·ment - ləˈmɛnt/ [luh-ment] 1. –verb (used with object) to feel or express sorrow or regret for 2. – noun - a formal expression of sorrow or mourning, especially in verse or song; an elegy or dirge The definition that best fits the following sentence… “Odysseus lamented his wife.” What is one? DICTIONARY 200

    21. la·ment - ləˈmɛnt/ [luh-ment] 1. –verb (used with object) to feel or express sorrow or regret for 2. – noun - a formal expression of sorrow or mourning, especially in verse or song; an elegy or dirge The part of speech of the word “lament” in the following sentence… “He sang a lament to the suitors as he watched them die.” What is noun? DICTIONARY 300

    22. The part of a dictionary that helps you find a word. These are located on the top corners of each page. What are guide words? DICTIONARY 400

    23. WHICH SENTENCE IS CORRECT… 1. As his own eyes adjusted to the dim light, he was amazed to see a group of young women peering into his shelter. 2. As his own eyes adjusted to the dim light he was amazed to see a group of young women peering into his shelter. What is #1? DOL 100

    24. WHICH SENTENCE IS CORRECT… 1. For a moment he thought, another nightmare had begun. 2. For a moment he thought another nightmare had begun. 3. For a moment, he thought another nightmare had begun 4. For a moment, he thought another nightmare had begun. What is #4? DOL 200

    25. THE SUBJECT IN THE SENTENCE… “The entire fleet was smashed apart by the bombardment and the survivors were speared like fish and cooked alive on spits by the cruel giants.” 1. Survivors 2. Fish 3. Giants 4. Fleet What is Fleet? DOL 300

    26. THE MAIN VERB IN THE SENTENCE… “She blushed at the thought that he might be reading her mind and he quickly looked away, not wishing to embarrass her. ” 1. Thought 2. Reading 3. Quickly 4. Blushed What is blushed? DOL 400

    27. Put these details in order as they appear in the story… Odysseus escapes from the Cyclops Odysseus returns to Ithaca Odysseus slaughters the suitors Odysseus meets the Lotus Eaters Odysseus lands in Phaecia Odysseus’ men empty the bag of winds Odysseus men meet the Laestrygonians What is 5, 4, 1, 6, 7, 2, 3 ? Final Jeopardy