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Afro-Asian Literature. Interactive Quiz Click the number for the questions. 1. It refers to a group of two or more words that usually go together. a. grammar. b. collocation. c. tense. d. verb. 2. He is one of the few authors producing literature in Africa. a. Ngogi wa Thiong’o.

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    1. Afro-Asian Literature

    2. Interactive Quiz Click the number for the questions

    3. 1. It refers to a group of two or more words that usually go together a. grammar b. collocation c. tense d. verb

    4. 2. He is one of the few authors producing literature in Africa a. Ngogi wa Thiong’o b. Shakespeare c. Homer d. Virgil

    5. 3. What are the two types of collocation? a. Strong and weak collocation b. Strong and soft collocation c. Weak and brave collocation d. Verb and tense collocation

    6. 4. Why collocation important? a. You begin to learn words in larger group or “chunks” of language b. You begin to learn sentence in larger group or “chunks” of language c. You begin to learn phrases in larger group or “chunks” of language d. You begin to learn clauses in larger group or “chunks” of language

    7. 5. This is the time and place in which events take place in a literary works. a. plot b. setting c. theme d. introduction

    8. 6. The series of events that leads from beginning to end. a. plot b. setting c. theme d. introduction

    9. 7. It is the main idea that the writer communicates to the reader. a. plot b. theme c. Point of view d. introduction

    10. 8. The one who perform the action. a. character b. narrator c. director d. style

    11. 9. This characters built around a single trait, quality or idea. a. Flat character b. Round character c. Dynamic character d. Protagonist

    12. 10. The central character in a story or drama. a. antagonist b. static c. Protagonist d. flat

    13. 11. The person or force that opposites the protagonist in the story of drama. a. Heroine b. antagonist c. protagonist d. round

    14. 12. What are the elements of plot? • Exposition, character, climax and • conclusion b. Exposition, Conflict, climax, and denouement c. Exposition, drama, climax and denouement d. Exposition, conflict, climax and problem

    15. 13. It consist of series of complications or problem. a. Exposition b. Climax c. Conflict d. Denouement

    16. 14. The final outcome of the story. a. Climax b. Conflict c. Exposition d. Denouement

    17. 15. The point where the main conflict is finally solved. a. climax b. denouement c. conflict d. exposition

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