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EOG Common Core Vocabulary

Subjects : common-core, english
Instructions:
  • Answer 50 questions in 15 minutes.
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  • Match each statement with the correct term.
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This is a study tool. The 3 wrong answers for each question are randomly chosen from answers to other questions. So, you might find at times the answers obvious, but you will see it re-enforces your understanding as you take the test each time.
1. Finding a solution to a problem






2. The circumstances in which something occurs






3. To make visible - to make clear






4. Used to explain why thing results from another






5. Integrating impressions: infer what people are like by the emotions they express






6. An actor's portrayal of someone in a play






7. Used to explain why thing results from another






8. The most correct way






9. Story of a person's life written by that person






10. A conclusion one draws (infers) based on premises or evidence






11. To get a point across or to show






12. Short story of an amusing or interesting event






13. When the words mean something other than what they say.






14. Conversation between characters






15. Come into contact and make a change






16. To act against something - such as to oppose someone's viewpoint about a topic






17. Begin to deal with






18. A reason for or against something






19. Why the author wrote the story






20. A message expressing a belief about something






21. How an author organizes information






22. A structure of text in a specific order of events






23. Stating in your own words the central idea and important detail






24. Story of a person's life written by that person






25. The most important point the author is trying to get across






26. The person who tells the story






27. Relating to a particular subject - topic - or craft






28. The attitude of the narrator or speaker






29. Framework author chooses for a text






30. Information that supports an author's reason for his beliefs






31. (verb form) how an author expresses his thoughts -or point of view about a subject






32. Provided by the writer to support his claims






33. Used to explain differences and similarities of people or ideas






34. Adding details to support the text






35. To take into control - in literary terms - to be able to help the reader understand something in the text






36. Words used in an imaginative way to create interesting effects






37. Evidence that one can see from a diagram - illustration or picture related to a topic






38. Begin to deal with






39. A reason for or against something






40. Things that have happened in a person's life.






41. A style of writing such as poetry - drama - fantasy - historical fiction - etc.






42. Bad reasons for why something is done






43. Come into contact and make a change






44. The movement of greatest suspense - surprise - or excitement






45. Provided by the writer to support his claims






46. Story of a person's life written by another person






47. To take into control - in literary terms - to be able to help the reader understand something in the text






48. To act against something - such as to oppose someone's viewpoint about a topic






49. The way a story is organized






50. Evidence that one can see from a diagram - illustration or picture related to a topic