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$200 Question from Category 1 What is a simile? Answer

$200 Question from Category 1 What is a simile? Answer

$200 Answer from Category 1 Simile: Comparison Using like or as.

$200 Answer from Category 1 Simile: Comparison Using like or as.

$400 Question from Category 1 What is a metaphor? Answer

$400 Question from Category 1 What is a metaphor? Answer

$400 Answer from Category 1 A metaphor is a comparison stating that one thing

$400 Answer from Category 1 A metaphor is a comparison stating that one thing is the other.

$600 Question from Category 1 What is an Idiom? Answer

$600 Question from Category 1 What is an Idiom? Answer

$600 Answer from Category 1 An idiom is a common saying with meaning different

$600 Answer from Category 1 An idiom is a common saying with meaning different from its individual words.

$800 Question from Category 1 What is an adage? Answer

$800 Question from Category 1 What is an adage? Answer

$800 Answer from Category 1 An adage is a well known saying that has

$800 Answer from Category 1 An adage is a well known saying that has been used for a long time.

$1000 Question from Category 1 What is a proverb? Answer

$1000 Question from Category 1 What is a proverb? Answer

$1000 Answer from Category 1 A proverb is a well known saying that has

$1000 Answer from Category 1 A proverb is a well known saying that has been used for a long time. Proverbs give advice.

$200 Question from Category 2 What is a synonym? Answer

$200 Question from Category 2 What is a synonym? Answer

$200 Answer from Category 2 A synonym is a word that has the same

$200 Answer from Category 2 A synonym is a word that has the same or nearly the same meaning as another word.

$400 Question from Category 2 What is an antonym? Answer

$400 Question from Category 2 What is an antonym? Answer

$400 Answer from Category 2 An antonym is a word that has opposite meaning

$400 Answer from Category 2 An antonym is a word that has opposite meaning as another word.

$600 Question from Category 2 What is a root? Answer

$600 Question from Category 2 What is a root? Answer

$600 Answer from Category 2 A root is a word part that usually can’t

$600 Answer from Category 2 A root is a word part that usually can’t stand alone as a word.

$800 Question from Category 2 What is an affix? Answer

$800 Question from Category 2 What is an affix? Answer

$800 Answer from Category 2 An affix is a word part that is added

$800 Answer from Category 2 An affix is a word part that is added to a root to make a word. There are prefixes and suffixes.

$1000 Question from Category 2 What is a prefix? Answer

$1000 Question from Category 2 What is a prefix? Answer

$1000 Answer from Category 2 A prefix is a word part that comes at

$1000 Answer from Category 2 A prefix is a word part that comes at the beginning of a word. It is a type of affix.

$200 Question from Category 3 What is a suffix? Answer

$200 Question from Category 3 What is a suffix? Answer

$200 Answer from Category 3 A suffix is a word part that comes at

$200 Answer from Category 3 A suffix is a word part that comes at the end of the word. It is a type of affix.

$400 Question from Category 3 What is a dictionary and what does it include?

$400 Question from Category 3 What is a dictionary and what does it include? Answer

$400 Answer from Category 3 A dictionary lists words in alphabetical order. Each entry

$400 Answer from Category 3 A dictionary lists words in alphabetical order. Each entry includes the entry word, pronunciation, the part of speech and the definition of the word.

$600 Question from Category 3 Give an example of a simile. Answer

$600 Question from Category 3 Give an example of a simile. Answer

$600 Answer from Category 3 Don’t forget! A simile should compare two things using

$600 Answer from Category 3 Don’t forget! A simile should compare two things using like or as.

$800 Question from Category 3 Give an example of a metaphor. Answer

$800 Question from Category 3 Give an example of a metaphor. Answer

$800 Answer from Category 3 Don’t forget! A metaphor should compare two things. Does

$800 Answer from Category 3 Don’t forget! A metaphor should compare two things. Does NOT use like or as.

$1000 Question from Category 3 What is the difference between an adage and a

$1000 Question from Category 3 What is the difference between an adage and a proverb? Answer

$1000 Answer from Category 3 Both are well known sayings that have been used

$1000 Answer from Category 3 Both are well known sayings that have been used for a long time. A proverb usually gives advice about ways to live.

$200 Question from Category 4 What is theme of a poem? Answer

$200 Question from Category 4 What is theme of a poem? Answer

$200 Answer from Category 4 The theme of a poem is the message or

$200 Answer from Category 4 The theme of a poem is the message or lesson that the poem is trying to express.

$400 Question from Category 4 What is figurative language? Answer

$400 Question from Category 4 What is figurative language? Answer

$400 Answer from Category 4 Figurative language is the creative use of words or

$400 Answer from Category 4 Figurative language is the creative use of words or phrases to express more than the usual meaning of the words

$600 Question from Category 4 Describe the structure of a poem. Answer

$600 Question from Category 4 Describe the structure of a poem. Answer

$600 Answer from Category 4 A poem is organized into groups of lines called

$600 Answer from Category 4 A poem is organized into groups of lines called stanzas.

$800 Question from Category 4 Describe the structure of a play. Answer

$800 Question from Category 4 Describe the structure of a play. Answer

$800 Answer from Category 4 A play is organized into scenes that present a

$800 Answer from Category 4 A play is organized into scenes that present a certain time or place. Longer plays have acts.

$1000 Question from Category 4 What are visual elements, and how could they help

$1000 Question from Category 4 What are visual elements, and how could they help you become a better reader? Answer

$1000 Answer from Category 4 Visual elements are illustrations and photographs that add detail

$1000 Answer from Category 4 Visual elements are illustrations and photographs that add detail to the words on the page. Good readers “read” not just the words, but the pictures too.

$200 Question from Category 5 What is the topic of a story? Answer

$200 Question from Category 5 What is the topic of a story? Answer

$200 Answer from Category 5 The subject of that story.

$200 Answer from Category 5 The subject of that story.

$400 Question from Category 5 What does “point of view” mean? Answer

$400 Question from Category 5 What does “point of view” mean? Answer

$400 Answer from Category 5 Two people can see the same event but describe

$400 Answer from Category 5 Two people can see the same event but describe them differently. Point of view is a way of thinking about what happens.

$600 Question from Category 5 Describe first person point of view. Answer

$600 Question from Category 5 Describe first person point of view. Answer

$600 Answer from Category 5 A person in the story tells the story. Uses

$600 Answer from Category 5 A person in the story tells the story. Uses pronouns “I”, “My”, or “Me”

$800 Question from Category 5 Describe second person point of view. Answer

$800 Question from Category 5 Describe second person point of view. Answer

$800 Answer from Category 5 The narrator is talking directly to the reader. Uses

$800 Answer from Category 5 The narrator is talking directly to the reader. Uses pronouns “You”, “Your”, or “Yours”

$1000 Question from Category 5 Describe third person objective point of view. Answer

$1000 Question from Category 5 Describe third person objective point of view. Answer

$1000 Answer from Category 5 A narrator outside of the story tells the story.

$1000 Answer from Category 5 A narrator outside of the story tells the story. Uses pronouns “He”, “She”, or “They”.

$200 Question from Category 6 Describe third person omniscient point of view. Answer

$200 Question from Category 6 Describe third person omniscient point of view. Answer

$200 Answer from Category 6 A narrator outside of the story tells the story.

$200 Answer from Category 6 A narrator outside of the story tells the story. Uses pronouns “He”, “She”, or “They”. The narrator knows what all characters are thinking or feeling.

$400 Question from Category 6 Describe third person limited point of view. Answer

$400 Question from Category 6 Describe third person limited point of view. Answer

$400 Answer from Category 6 A narrator outside of the story tells the story.

$400 Answer from Category 6 A narrator outside of the story tells the story. Uses pronouns “He”, “She”, or “They”.

$600 Question from Category 6 What point of view is a biography written in?

$600 Question from Category 6 What point of view is a biography written in? Answer

$600 Answer from Category 6 A biography is written In first person point of

$600 Answer from Category 6 A biography is written In first person point of view.

$800 Question from Category 6 How can you find theme of a poem? Answer

$800 Question from Category 6 How can you find theme of a poem? Answer

$800 Answer from Category 6 To find theme of a poem, pay attention to

$800 Answer from Category 6 To find theme of a poem, pay attention to details and descriptions, as well as what the speaker of the poem thinks about a topic.

$1000 Question from Category 6 How can you find theme of a story or

$1000 Question from Category 6 How can you find theme of a story or drama? Answer

$1000 Answer from Category 6 Pay attention to main events, such as how the

$1000 Answer from Category 6 Pay attention to main events, such as how the characters act, how they treat others, or respond to challenges.