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Practice - Reading - 01

Hey there, young inquiring minds! Ready to test your knowledge of the captivating world of fiction and the enlightening domain of non-fiction? This delightful quiz is stuffed with 10 fun questions that will poke your understanding and tickle your curiosity. So, hop in, hold on tight, and let's uncover the magic that dwells within the pages of books! Shall we?
1.
What is usually happening in the 'climax' of a story?
The conflict appears
The story is just beginning
The most intense part of the story
The conflict is resolved
The climax in a story typically refers to the point of highest tension or drama in the story. It's often the most exciting or revealing part of the tale.
2.
What is the main difference between fiction and non-fiction?
Fiction is for children, non-fiction is for adults
Fiction is true, non-fiction is not true
Fiction is not true, non-fiction is true
There is no difference
Fiction refers to literature created from the imagination. Non-fiction is literature based on facts and real events.
3.
What is the 'resolution' in a story?
The start of the story
The place where the story is set
The highest point of tension in the story
The solution or ending of the story
Resolution is the part of a story's plot line in which the problem of the story is resolved or worked out.
4.
What is the main purpose of a non-fiction book?
To tell a made up story
To create suspense
To provide factual information or teach
To describe a fantasy world
Non-fiction books are written to provide real-life information, teach, or explain about a particular subject.
5.
In fiction, what does 'setting' refer to?
The climax of the story
The location and time where the story takes place
The sequence of events
The main characters
In fiction, the setting is the time and place where the story occurs. This can create an atmosphere and context for the actions in the story.
6.
What is a biography?
An account of someone's life written by the person themselves
An account of someone's life written by someone else
A story set in the future
A fictional story set in a real place
A biography is a non-fiction book that tells the story of a person's life, written by someone else.
7.
What does the term 'genre' refer to?
The final conclusion of a story
The type or category of a book
The conflict in a story
The main character in a story
Genre is a category of literature, characterised by similarities in form, style, or subject matter. For example, science-fiction, thriller or romance.
8.
What is an autobiography?
A story about a fictional character
An account of the writer's own life
A biography written by somebody else
A collection of short stories
An autobiography is a self-written account of one's life.
9.
What is the term for the time and place in which the events of a novel occur?
Perspective
Setting
Conflict
Resolution
The setting is the time and place where a story (a novel, play, film, etc.) happens.
10.
What do we call a 'first-person' narrative in a story?
A story told by an observer
A story told by the main character
A story told by the antagonist
A story told by a third character
'First-person' narrative is a point of view where the story is narrated by one character, typically using 'I' or 'we'.
Author:  Graeme Haw

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