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Jeopardy Literary Grammar Terms 1 Literary Terms 2 The Outsiders Random! Q $100 Q $100 Q $200 Q $200 Q $300 Q $300 Q $400 Q $400 Q $500 Q $500 Final Jeopardy
$100 Question from H 1 Give the pronoun and its antecedent in this sentence: “The mother carried her baby”
$100 Answer from H 1 her = pronoun mother = antecedent
$200 Question from H 1 Give an example of compound sentence and a complex sentence.
$200 Answer from H 1 Compound (has at least two independent clauses): I like cats , and I like dogs. The cow ran; the chicken chased it. Complex (has one independent clause, one dependent clause): Before I went to school, I had to wake up. I had fun after I went swimming.
$300 Question from H 1 Use your and you’re in two separate sentences. Use their, they’re, there in separate sentences.
$300 Answer from H 1 Your = possession Your hat is nice. You’re = you are You’re nice. Their = their job is cool. They’re = they’re really nice. There = I was over there.
$400 Question from H 1 Use an appositive phrase in a sentence.
$400 Answer from H 1 Bill, the farmer who lives down the road, likes cows.
$500 Question from H 1 Write down an example of each: Noun Pronoun Verb Adjective Adverb Conjunction Interjection Preposition
$500 Answer from H 1 Noun: cat Pronoun: she Verb: eat Adjective: nice Adverb: slowly Preposition: over Conjunction: Fanboys Interjection: Wow!
$100 Question from H 2 Describe each type of irony. (3 types)
$100 Answer from H 2 Verbal – sarcasm Dramatic – when character doesn’t know but audience does Situational – when what you expect to happen is different
$200 Question from H 2 Give an example of Hyperbole.
$200 Answer from H 2 I was so hungry, I could have eaten a whole horse!
$300 Question from H 2 Describe deus ex machina
$300 Answer from H 2 When something conveniently happens in a story to move it along.
$400 Question from H 2 Describe the difference between denotation and connotation.
$400 Answer from H 2 Denotation – exact meaning of a word Connotation – ideas/words associated with it
$500 Question from H 2 Explain what an allusion is, and list four types.
$500 Answer from H 2 A reference to something outside of the main story. Biblical, Mythical, Historical, and Literary.
$100 Question from H 3 Describe the difference between tone and mood.
$100 Answer from H 3 Tone: The way a person speaks; their attitude. Mood: The atmosphere of a story: a feeling the author tries to create within the story.
$200 Question from H 3 Explain stream of consciousness.
$200 Answer from H 3 A person’s thoughts and conscious reactions to events, perceived as a continuous flow.
$300 Question from H 3 Define the 3 different points of view.
$300 Answer from H 3 First person: I Second Person: You Third Person: They
$400 Question from H 3 Write down the parts of an essay.
$400 Answer from H 3 Introduction, body paragraph(s), and conclusion.
$500 Question from H 3 Create the plot chart for The Outsiders. Add all points: Exposition, rising action, climax, Falling action, resolution.
$500 Answer from H 3 Example Plot Chart: Exposition: Ponyboy gets jumped. Rising action: Johnny kills Bob. Climax: The fight/Johnny dies Falling action: The letter Johnny wrote for Ponyboy and Dally Resolution: Ponyboy writing the book.
$100 Question from H 4 Write down the setting for The Outsiders. Time/place
$100 Answer from H 4 1960 s, Oklahoma
$200 Question from H 4 Describe one type of conflict in The Outsiders.
$200 Answer from H 4 Man vs. Man (Socs vs. Greasers)
$300 Question from H 4 Name at least 5 members of Pony’s gang, and give a brief description.
$300 Answer from H 4 Two-Bit: Talks a lot Johnny: Quiet puppy: gang’s pet Dallas: Mean hood-like older person Sodapop: Middle brother Darry: Oldest brother.
$400 Question from H 4 Write down one of themes of The Outsiders.
$400 Answer from H 4 Example theme: Sticking with family is important
$500 Question from H 4 Explain how foreshadowing is used in The Outsiders.
$500 Answer from H 4 When Ponyboy experiences premonition before the fight.
$100 Question from H 5 Use cumulative adjectives in a sentence.
$100 Answer from H 5 That was a small video store. I like that one silly clown.
$200 Question from H 5 Use coordinate adjectives in a sentence.
$200 Answer from H 5 It was a sunny and bright day. She was a sweet, cool kid.
$300 Question from H 5 Describe what an euphemism is.
$300 Answer from H 5 A nicer way of saying things.
$400 Question from H 5 Describe how Ponyboy’s situation reveals the tension between social classes in The Outsiders.
$400 Answer from H 5 Example answer: Ponyboy is jumped by the socs in the beginning of the book which shows that they aren’t friendly towards each other.
$500 Question from H 5 Describe a specific allusion in The Outsiders.
$500 Answer from H 5 Example: When Soda is described as a Greek God.
Final Jeopardy Answer