Dialogue Quiz cloned 4/9/2019
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by Brandy Stover
| 20 Questions
Note from the author:
From a PowerPoint
1
5
What is dialogue?
Dialogue is a conversation between two or more characters in a story.
Dialogue is the main part of an essay.
Dialogue is a story.
2
5
What are the ways in which dialogue improves a story? (Choose more than one.)
It makes the story long and boring.
It helps enhance the mood.
It helps enhance the characters.
It adds a realistic element to the story.
3
5
The first word of a quoted sentence must be _________________.
4
5
What is a tag/tag line?
punctuation used when asking a question
punctuation used when making an exclamation
a phrase that shows dialogue ownership
punctuation used to distinguish narration from dialogue
5
5
Which key starts (NOT indents) a new paragraph?
6
5
Which key indents (NOT starts) a new paragraph?
7
5
Punctuate the dialogue correctly.

Let me go she shouted
8
5
Punctuatue the dialogue correctly.
Do you want some popcorn asked Lennie
9
5
Avoid saying “_________” too many times.
said
period
y'all
okay
10
5
Dialogue should reveal _________________ relationships with one another.
11
5
What is missing?
“I want to get some ice cream” Mary said.
comma
period
tag line
quotation marks
12
5
Type only what is spoken in #11.
13
5
Move the tag line from the end to the beginning.

"I really love cheese," Mrs. Stover stated.
14
5
Type the following sentence correctly.

“Well” said Mary “I want ice cream”
15
5
In #14, how many spaces are between the opening quotation marks and Well?
1
0
2
3
16
5
Fix the following quote.

Did she really just say, “Finish by tomorrow?”
17
5
In the following sentence, why is "Mr." capitalized?

“Get down from there!” Mr. Jones exclaimed.
18
5
How many sentences is the following?

“Look out!” warned John.
1
0
2
3
19
5
Type the following sentence correctly. Use quotation marks!

“Please go to the store and buy some eggs” , she said.
20
5
Type the following sentence correctly. Use quotation marks! (Hint: Read it too yourself the way it is written.)

“Would you like to go to the movies with me” he asked?
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