language arts

watsons go to birmingham 1963 chapter 13-14

1. the portion of a story in which the characters are introduced and the setting is described is called the

A(climax

B(exposition

C(rising action

D(falling action

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  1. http://paulgorman.org/writing/img/freytag_pyramid.png

    Let us know what you decide.

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  2. rising action

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  3. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plot_(narrative)#Freytag_on_plot

    Nope. Try again, but read this carefully. You get only two guesses, and then we won't reply anymore.

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  4. climax

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  5. Nope -- now you're on your own.

    PS -- I don't believe you read the linked information I sent you in the two intervening minutes.

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  6. Exposition

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  7. Rising action***

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  8. Exposition

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  9. Marylyn is correct it is exposition

    1.b
    2.b
    3.b
    i got a 100% trust me

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  10. lol is 100% correct!

    If you go to Connexus, the answers are:

    1. B
    2. B
    3. B

    Trust me. ;D

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  11. Don't trust me? Okay. :P

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  12. Lol is 100% right!!

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  13. B ig
    B aller
    B rand

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  14. Uknown your not a real baller

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  15. :b: emoji intensifies

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  16. The answer is bbb

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  17. bbb

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  18. Thanks everyone!!! It seemed sketchy that all the answers were B but I did it anyway and got 100%

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  19. 1.B
    2.B
    3.B

    Its true!!

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