Jeopardy Confusing Literary Terms Hodge Podge Vocabulary More Hodge Podge Q $200 Q $200 Q $400 Q $400 Q $600 Q $600 Q $800 Q $800 Q $1000 Q $1000 Final Jeopardy
$200 Answer from Commonly Confusing Terms A term that describes two men who have been arguing over a woman and decide to face off against each other with guns. The first one to die loses. It’s 1750 ish!
$200 Question from Commonly Confused Terms What is duel?
$400 Answer from Commonly Confused Terms The term for giving credit to the source when you use someone else’s words in a paper.
$400 Question from Commonly Confused Words What is cite?
$600 Answer from Commonly Confused Terms • The verb that means to offer suggestions about the best course of action to someone. Ex. : I ______ her to apply to a Magnet school since she’ll only have one chance. • (spelling counts!)
$600 Question from Commonly Confused Terms What is advise?
$800 Answer from Commonly Confused Terms The term used when someone moves to a country? The family _____ to France.
$800 Question from Commonly Confused What is immigrated?
$1000 Answer from Commonly Confused Terms • The house _____you made an offer on is no longer for sale.
$1000 Question from Commonly Confused Terms What is that?
$200 Answer from Literary Terms 1 A technique in which the author refers to a subject matter such as a place, event, or literary work by way of a passing reference. It is up to the reader to make a connection to the subject being mentioned. [Example: Maya Angelou refers to the novel, A Tale of Two Cities. ]
$200 Quesiton from Literary Terms 1 What is allusion?
$400 Answer from Literary Terms 1 A word or phrase with more than one meaning that is used in a funny way. (Play on words. )
$400 Quesiton from Literary Terms 1 What is a pun?
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$600 Quesition from Literary Terms 1 What is personification?
$800 Answer from Literary Terms 1
$800 Question from Literary Terms 1 What is situational irony?
$1000 Answer from Literary Terms 1 An adjective used to describe something that you are reluctant to do. Julia was ____ to attend the 8 th grade dance because of her lack of dancing prowess.
$1000 Answer from Literary Terms 1 What is loath?
$200 Answer from Hodge Podge 20. Sebastian’s grumpy behavior _______ that he was in a bad mood. *Hint: unspoken words
$200 Answer from Hodge Podge What is implied?
$400 Answer from Hodge Podge In the movie, Runaway Bride, several grooms were left at the ______. *Hint: Starts with an “A”
$400 Question from Hodge Podge What is the altar?
$600 Answer from Hodge Podge An example of this: An unknowing Bob walks around school all day with a “Someone needs a hug, ” sign taped to his back. He is confused, yet delighted, by the outpouring of affection from this peers.
$600 Question from Hodge Podge What is Dramatic Irony?
$800 Answer from Hodge Podge An example is: I knew from listening to a thousand preachers that she was nearing the end…
$800 Question from Hodge Podge What is hyperbole?
$1000 Answer from Hodge Podge An example of this: Your date pulls up in a car that has two windows missing. The back door is duct taped closed. Black smoke billows from the exhaust pipe. Your sister spots the car from the window, and yells up to you, “Your limousine has arrived!”
$1000 Question from Lit. Terms What is verbal irony?
$200 Answer from vocabulary This term is used to describe a lack of harmony. Ex. : Sadie and Emma could not agree on which movie to see. This created a sense of _____.
$200 Question from Vocabulary What is discord?
$400 Answer from vocabulary Two words that mean Something really silly, absolutely ridiculous. Name both words!
$400 Question from Vocabulary What are ludicrous and absurd?
$600 Answer from vocabulary When people visit The Holy Land, they often feel that they are walking on ____ ground.
$600 Quesiton from vocabulary What is hallowed?
$800 Answer from Vocabulary A term that describes something that is airy and insubstantial, such as a ghostly figure at the top of the stairs. It might also be something delicate and light, like a singer’s voice.
$800 Answer from Vocabulary What is ethereal?
$1000 Answer from Vocabulary A word that describes an action that is considered pushy or forward. Ex. : She was very ______ about giving advice to just about anyone who would listen.
$1000 Answer from Vocabulary What is presumptuous?
$200 Answer from More Hodge Podge A verb that means to come together in a common place. Rivers can do this; students can do this at assemblies…
$200 Answer from More Hodge Podge What is converge?
$400 Answer from More Hodge Podge An expression or phrase that would be difficult to understand if you were just learning a language. Ex: Maya Angelou described her grandmother’s miraculous ability to be in two places at the same time.
$400 Question from More Hodge Podge What is an idiom?
$600 Answer from More Hodge Podge A gymnast could use both of these qualities when competing on the balance beam, considered the sport's most mentally and physically challenging event. One word starts with “P”: the other starts with “C”
$600 Question from more Hodge Podge What is poise or composure?
$800 Answer from More Hodge Podge This word is a noun that means “a polite expression of praise or admiration. ” Spelling counts!
$800 question from More Hodge Podge What is compliment?
$1000 Answer from More Hodge Podge A word that is used to describe plural words when there are not as many as there used to be. Ex. There were _____ fans at the Atlanta concert than there were at the Miami concert.
$1000 Question from More Hodge Podge What is fewer?