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Practice - Fiction and Non-Fiction - 07

Hello superstars, sharpen your pencils and put on your thinking caps! This English quiz has been designed to test your reading and analysis skills in a fun and interactive way. It covers all your favourite genres – novels, short stories, articles, and biographies. So, are you excited? Take a deep breath, believe in yourself, and let's dive right into it!
1.
Which of the following is NOT a type of non-fiction?
Biography
Recipe
Encyclopaedia
Historical novel
A historical novel is still a work of fiction, even though some of the characters and events may be real.
2.
In fiction, who is the main character?
Antagonist
Protagonist
Narrator
Audience
The protagonist is the main character and usually the one who deals with the conflict or problem in the story.
3.
In fiction, what is the purpose of a ‘climax’?
To introduce characters
To give readers a break
To resolve the story's main conflict
To confuse the readers
The climax is the point in a story when the main conflict is at its highest or most intense point and begins to be resolved.
4.
What is the first thing you should do when analysing a text?
Find the antagonist
Identify the text type
Count the number of characters
Skip to the conclusion
Identifying the text type (e.g., novel, article, biography) is the first step in analysing a text.
5.
What is the main idea of a text?
All the ideas in the text
Only the important points
The most important idea that the writer wants to convey
The ideas the reader believes
The main idea is the most important concept or point that the writer wants to convey to the readers.
6.
What does 'first-person point of view' mean?
The story is told by a narrator.
The story is told by a character in the story.
The story is told from an omniscient perspective.
The story is told from the antagonist's perspective.
A first-person perspective means the story is told from the perspective of a character, often using 'I' or 'we'.
7.
What is the 'theme' of a story?
The plot of the story
The main message or underlying idea
The location where the story takes place
A character in the story
The theme of a story is its main message or underlying idea.
8.
What does the term 'setting' refer to in a story?
Where the characters live
Where and when the story takes place
The ending of the story
The introduction of the story
The setting of a story refers to where and when the story takes place.
9.
What does a biography focus on?
A person's whole life
A specific event in a person's life
The author's own life
Both option A and option B
A biography can talk about a person's entire life or focus on a specific event or time period in their life.
10.
What is the main difference between fiction and non-fiction?
Fiction is longer
Non-fiction is true
Fiction is true
Non-fiction has no characters
Non-fiction is always based on true, factual information.
Author:  Graeme Haw

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