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  • JeopardyVariousVariousVariousVariousVariousQ $100Q $200Q $300Q $400Q $500Q $100Q $100Q $100Q $100Q $200Q $200Q $200Q $200Q $300Q $300Q $300Q $300Q $400Q $400Q $400Q $400Q $500Q $500Q $500Q $500Final Jeopardy

  • $100 Question from H1A person, place, thing, or idea is?

  • $100 Answer from H1Noun

  • $200 Question from H1A word that modifies verbs, adjectives, or adverbs.

  • $200 Answer from H1Adverb

  • $300 Question from H1Giving human characteristics to trees or inanimate objects?

  • $300 Answer from H1Personification

  • $400 Question from H1A reference to a famous or historical figure.

  • $400 Answer from H1Allusion

  • $500 Question from H1With conjunctions, FANBOYS stands for?

  • $500 Answer from H1For, And, Nor, But, Or, Yet, So

  • $100 Question from H2A word that expresses action in a sentence

  • $100 Answer from H2Verb

  • $200 Question from H2A word that connects words or group of words (FANBOYS).

  • $200 Answer from H2Conjunctions

  • $300 Question from H2The part of the plot known as the turning point.

  • $300 Answer from H2Climax

  • $400 Question from H2A comparison of two unlike things

  • $400 Answer from H2Metaphor

  • $500 Question from H2A comparison of two unlike things using like or as.

  • $500 Answer from H2Simile

  • $100 Question from H3A, an, the are the three?

  • $100 Answer from H3Articles

  • $200 Question from H3A word that ends with an exclamation point or comma when the feeling is not as strong?

  • $200 Answer from H3Interjection

  • $300 Question from H3A word that replaces a noun is?

  • $300 Answer from H3Pronoun

  • $400 Question from H3When the narrator is the main character of the story.

  • $400 Answer from H3First person (point of view)

  • $500 Question from H3When the narrator is omniscient and omnipotent.

  • $500 Answer from H3Third person (point of view)

  • $100 Question from H4This word describes a noun or pronoun.

  • $100 Answer from H4Adjective

  • $200 Question from H4Expresses Spatial relationships between nouns and other words.

  • $200 Answer from H4Prepositions

  • $300 Question from H4The slogan or message of a story.

  • $300 Answer from H4Theme

  • $400 Question from H4When the author gives clues to future events in a story

  • $400 Answer from H4Foreshadowing

  • $500 Question from H4Fantasy, fiction, and nonfiction are examples of?

  • $500 Answer from H4genre

  • $100 Question from H5When and where a story takes place is?

  • $100 Answer from H5Setting

  • $200 Question from H5Creating an outline of a story to better understand it is?

  • $200 Answer from H5Story-mapping

  • $300 Question from H5Who tells the story (1st or 3rd person)?

  • $300 Answer from H5Point of View

  • $400 Question from H5Examples are man vs man or man vs nature.

  • $400 Answer from H5Conflict

  • $500 Question from H5The five elements of a short story are?

  • $500 Answer from H5Plot, character, conflict, theme, setting

  • Final JeopardyDiagram the following sentence: Hooray! Miguel Cabrera is slowly running the bases after a home run.

  • Final Jeopardy AnswerHooray(inter)! Miguel Cabrera(proper noun) is(v) slowly(adv) running(v) the(article) bases(n) after(prep) a(article) home run(noun).

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