Stage Play Questions Paper

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1.When you make an inference about a play you are watching, you should then–

visualize what comes next

relax and continue watching the play

see if your inference is correct

assume you guessed correctly

2.When you watch a play performed on stage, you don’t see the–

details of the play

actors’ facial expressions

stage directions

3.When you read a play, you have to–

visualize what the action would look like

make inferences about what you are seeing

skip the stage directions and scene markers

4.Distance makes the heart grow fonder” is–

a fairy tale

an adage

a simile

a tale tale

5.When you’re reading a play, how do you know which parts are stage directions?

They only appear with the cast of characters.

Stage directions are often in parentheses and in italics.

Stage directions only come at the beginning of scenes.

They only appear after characters’ names.

6.What kind of story is most often used to “show” a proverb or adage?

fairy tale

tall tale

screen play

short story

7.What is missing in the sentence fragment below?

At the beginning of the week after breakfast and before school

a subject

a complete thought

a verb

a subject and a verb

8.Sentence fragments are often missing which parts?

subjects and pronouns

verbs, adverbs, and complete thoughts

subjects, verbs, and complete thoughts

subjects, verbs, or adjectives

9.When does the setting of a play usually change?

when the first act is finished

when all the characters exit the stage

when the scene changes

when the main character exits the stage

10.The following line is from the play “The Gifts.” Why do the sentence fragments below work better than complete sentences?

Tailor: I want to. . . .

Goldsmith: (Yelling) Awwwwww!

They show anger and confusion.

They show how rude the characters are.

They show who should be talking

11.How can you tell when a sentence in a play is left incomplete?

It ends with a question mark.

It ends with an exclamation point.

It ends with a series of periods.

It ends with a period.

12.Why are sentence fragments used in stage directions?

because sentence fragments mimic everyday speech

Because the actors or readers already know who is doing the action

because complete sentences take up too much space

13.Why does the cast of characters include speaking and nonspeaking parts?

so that readers know who will speak and who won’t

so that readers know who everyone in the play is

so that everyone in the play is recognized

14.Which words often appear before an adjective in a sentence?

one, two, three

am, is, was

walk, run, sprint

sit, stand, li

15.When a poet chooses carefully between words with only slightly different meanings, what is he or she trying to do?

to make readers confused

to create just the right nuance

to create a simile

to make readers think harder

16.When you read a play, how do you know that the characters are interrupting each other?

You see very short but complete sentences.

You see a list of items separated by a comma.

You see a long sentence with many nouns and verbs.

You see a sentence fragment followed by a dash.

17.Which of these sentences includes a metaphor?

The opossum’s tail was the color of its nose.

The opossum’s tail was an ugly pink snake.

The opossum’s tail was like a rat’s tale.

The opossum’s tail was sticking straight up

18.Which of these sentences is an adage?

Wherever you go, go early.

The early bird gets the worm.

Birds start feeding early each morning.

Morgan hoped to arrive first

19.Which word should appear in the sentence below, to complete the pattern of repeated sounds?

Day by day, we _________ and dream.

try

drown

sing

sleep

20.When are sentence fragments most often used in the dialogue of a play?

when a character is supposed to seem stupid

when a scene is about to end

when a character is excited, angry, or afraid

when a character suddenly dies

21.Which kind of figurative language appears in the sentence below?

The moon hid its face behind a small cloud.

metaphor

symbol

simile

personification

22.Where do the homophones to, too, and two belong in the following sentence?

The _____ boys were _____ afraid _____ cross the junkyard.

Choose the correct order for filling the blanks in the sentence.

two, too, to

to, two, too

too, to, two

two, to, too

23.Which part of speech is “long” in the sentence below?

My grandmother loved to take long walks in the woods with me.

noun

adjective

verb

adverb

24.When does the setting of a play often change?

when the conflict is resolved

when a new scene starts

when the themes is revealed

when the main character enters

25.Which part of a poem is most like a paragraph?

stanza

title

line

word

26.When are sentence fragments used in stage directions?

when the cast of characters includes just two characters

when the play is written for a very young audience

when the action is more physical than mental

when they appear between a character’s name and the character’s line

27.What is the main difference between poetry and prose?

the way the words are arranged on a page

the way punctuation and capitalization are used

the number of words that appear in each sentence

the number of difficult words you must read

28.Which sentence uses alliteration?

The hunter’s children pray it escapes.

Again it retreated to its den.

The hounds scattered across the field.

The fox was a fearless foe.

29.Which phrase describes a group of words without a subject or without a verb?

a complete sentence

a sentence model

a specific sentence

a sentence fragment

30.How can you tell which parts of a play are stage directions?

Stage directions usually appear in at the end of a play.

Stage directions usually appear in parentheses and italics.

Stage directions always appear beneath the title.

Stage direction always include a “stage directions” label

31.How is free verse different from other forms of poetry?

It does not follow any grammar rules.

It is available for anyone to use.

It has a very strict rhythm.

It sounds more like ordinary speech

32.Where do the homophones there, their, and they’re belong in the following sentence?

_____ is more room in _____ garage, but _____ not going to buy another car.

Choose the correct order for filling the blanks in the sentence.

there, their, they’re

they’re there, there

there, they’re, their

their, there, they’re

 

 

 

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