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October 21, 2014

Homework Help: English

Posted by S on Monday, October 29, 2012 at 5:00pm.

At what point of a plot does the action wind down to reveal the effects of the action or decision?
climax
exposition
falling action
resolution
Read the following passage from “The Oxcart”:
The governor of Settsu had three outstanding samurai in his service. Their names were Taira no Hidemichi, Taira no Suetake, and Sakata no Kintoki. Once in late fall, when the time of the Kamo festival was approaching, the three samurai wanted to go to Muraskino to watch the procession.

What part of the plot is shown here?
climax
exposition
resolution
rising action
3. Outstanding is a compound word. Think about what its two parts, “out” and “standing,” mean. What does outstanding most likely mean?
exceptional
obvious
standing outside
tall
Identify whether the italicized words in the sentences below are used as participles or verbs.
I really need to get a working charger for my phone.
participle
verb
She’s an experienced chef; she should have no trouble finding work.
participle
verb

My answers are,
falling action,
exposition,
exceptional,
participle (not sure),
verb.

Tell me what you think.

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