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Instant Jeopardy Review is designed for live play with up to ten individuals or teams. Teams choose a question, then try to give the best answer. Scoring is built in for each team. You can post a link to this review game using the orange game information button below. If you are the creator of this game, you can edit the game with the red edit button. Have fun!
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Figurative Language Story Elements Modes of Writing Commonly Misspelled Words Types of Sentences
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Hyperbole
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Hyperbole
What is an extreme exaggeration
Personification
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Personification
Giving objects, ideas or animals human characteristics
Metaphor
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Metaphor
Comparing two unlike things without using like or as
Onomatopoeia
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Onomatopoeia
A word that sounds like the word it describes
Simile
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Simile
Comparing two unlike things using like or as
B.M.E.
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B.M.E.
Beginning, middle and end
Setting
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Setting
Where the story takes place
Protagonist
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Protagonist
The main character or the good guy
1st Person Narrative
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1st Person Narrative
When the main character tells the story
Foreshadowing
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Foreshadowing
Clues the author uses to show what will happen next
Expository
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Expository
Authors intent is to inform
Narrative
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Narrative
Authors intent is to entertain
Descriptive
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Descriptive
Author's intent is to have you visualize what is being said.
Persuasive
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Persuasive
Author's intent is to convince you to agree with their point of view
Commercial
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Commercial
Another form of persuasive writing
Unappropiate
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Unappropiate
Inappropriate
Priviledge
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Priviledge
Privilege
Libary
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Libary
Library
Noticable
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Noticable
Noticeable
Extrodinary
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Extrodinary
Extraordinary
Imperative Sentence
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Imperative Sentence
Gives a command or makes a request and ends with a period.
Exclamatory Sentence
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Exclamatory Sentence
Shows strong feeling and ends with an exclamation point
Declarative Sentence
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Declarative Sentence
Makes a statement and ends with a period.
Interrogative Sentence
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Interrogative Sentence
Asks a question and ends with a question mark.
Quotation Marks
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Quotation Marks
Punctuation marks used to enclose the exact words of a speaker or a certain title.

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Team 4
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Team 5
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Team 6
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Team 7
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Team 8
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Team 9
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Team 10
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Team 8
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Team 9
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Team 10
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