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First person, second person, and third person are examples of this term
Point of view
In the scene in "The Little Mermaid" in which Triton destroys Ariel's collection, we feel sorry for Ariel.
Mood
"The Outsiders" was written to entertain the readers.
Author's Purpose
In "The Little Mermaid," Ariel's sisters, Flounder, and Grimsby are this type of character
Minor Character
Give me a buck (a dollar)
Slang
We know that Ariel is rebellious because of her disregard for her father's orders. What type of characterization?
Indirect
"The Little Mermaid" must take place around the ocean because of the presence of mermaids.
Local Color
In a poem, the person "talking" is the _________.
Speaker
Point of view in which keywords are I, me, we, us, etc.
First Person
Point of view in which keywords are you, your, etc.
Second Person
Ursula VS Triton is what type of problem?
External conflict
In "The Tell-Tale Heart," the narrator confesses his crime during this part of the plot.
Resolution
Ariel's sisters are introduced during this part of the plot in "The Little Mermaid"
Exposition
Ariel tries to decide whether or not to become human. What type of problem?
Internal conflict
Ponyboy told the story in THE OUTSIDERS. This makes him the ______________.
Narrator
Another word for Main Character
Protagonist
Sebastian's mind changes about Ariel's situation. What type of character?
Dynamic character
Ursula is what type of character? (2 answers)
Antagonist; Static
We are "told" that Ariel has red hair. What type of characterization?
Direct Characterization
A recipe is usually written from this point of view
Second person
Sebastian keeps singing, "Under the Sea"
Repetition
Part of the plot in which Eric tries to kiss Ariel.
Climax
I'd be tickled pink to help you.
Idiom
You are as big as a house.
Simile; Hyperbole
Sebastian sings, "The seaweed is always greener in somebody else's lake." He wanted Ariel to learn this lesson.
Moral
During "Kiss the Girl," the audience is wondering if Eric will kiss Ariel.
Suspense
The tree smiled at me.
Personification
The sailors' reference to King Triton was an example of this.
Allusion
Ariel sings, "Watch and you'll see, someday I'll be part of your world."
Foreshadowing
Sebastian thinks it is awful that Ariel is a human, but she doesn't think so!
Opinion
Your eyes are stars in my life.
Metaphor
Buzz, Hiss, Shhh
Onomatopoeia
THE OUTSIDERS took place in Oklahoma in the 1960's.
Setting
Flimsy fishfolk
Alliteration
The crown represented the ruler of the ocean.
Symbol
When you come home past your curfew, you assume your parents will be angry.
Inference
Sebastian landed in the kitchen when the chef was preparaing stuffed crab
Situational Irony
The audience sees a shark swim by, but Ariel and Flounder don't know about it.
Dramatic Irony
In the South, we say certain words that aren't said in other parts of the country.
Dialect
Another word for a conversation
Dialogue
I'm so hungry I could eat a horse.
Hyperbole
She's driving me up a wall.
Idiom
The capital of NC is Raleigh.
Fact
Your mom says, "Don't let me bother you while you're watching an important show like THE SIMPSONS. Doing your chores is much less important."
Verbal irony