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CATEGORY 2

CATEGORY 3

CATEGORY 4

CATEGORY 5

CATEGORY 6

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Explanation

FEMALE CHARACTERS

FEMALE

CHARAC-

TERS

IDENTIFY THE TITLE OF THE

WORK IN WHICH EACH OF THE

FOLLOWING CHARACTERS

GRAMMAR

GRAMMAR

IDENTIFY FOR THE

INFORMATION GIVEN.

TREASURE ISLAND

TREA-

SURE

ISLAND

IDENTIFY EACH OF THE

FOLLOWING CHARACTERS

FROM ROBERT LOUIS

LITERATURE

LITERA-

TURE

IDENTIFY FROM THE

INFORMATION GIVEN.

GRAMMAR TWO

GRAMMAR

TWO

IDENTIFY FROM THE

INFORMATION GIVEN.

HODGE PODGE

HODGE

PODGE

IDENTIFY FROM THE

INFORMATION GIVEN.

CLUE 1

ROW VALUE
200 POINTS


Response 1

CATHY AMES

EAST OF EDEN

PUNCTUATION USED TO FORM

THE PLURAL OF LETTERS

APOSTROPHE

THE ONE LEGGED SHIP'S COOK

WHO OWNS A PET PARROT

CALLED CAPTAIN FLINT

LONG JOHN SILVER

TITLE OF THE 1930'S NOVEL IN

WHICH THE CHARACTER

RHETT BUTLER APPEARS

GONE WITH THE WIND

NAME OF A NOUN TO WHICH A

PRONOUN REFERS

ANTECEDENT

THIS WORD DOES NOT

BELONG: APPLE,

NOURISHMENT, MILK

NOURISHMENT

CLUE 2

ROW VALUE
400 POINTS


Response 2

KATRINA VAN TASSEL

THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY

HOLLOW

THIS WORD IS THE FIRST

PERSON, PLURAL NUMBER,

PERSONAL PRONOUN

WE

HE DISCOVERED BONE'S HIDING

PLACE

BLACK DOG

TITLE OF THE NOVEL IN WHICH

QUASIMODO APPEARS

THE HUNCHBACK OF

NOTRE DAME.

IDENTIFY THE PREPOSITIONAL

PHRASE: OBVIOUSLY, BEACHES

ARE EVERYWHERE ALONG THE

EAST COAST

ALONG THE EAST COAST

MEANING OF THE GREEK

WORD "DERM"

SKIN

CLUE 3

ROW VALUE
600 POINTS


Response 3

JO MARCH

LITTLE WOMEN

PUNCTUATION USED TO SET

OF INTRODUCTORY WORDS IN

A SENTENCE

COMMA

HE TREATED THE DYING

FATHER AND THE WOUNDED

MUTINEERS

DR. LIVESEY

NAME OF THE AMERICAN

AUTHOR WHO WROTE THE

NOVEL "POLAND"

JAMES MITCHENER

1ST PERSON, OBJECTIVE CASE

PLURAL OF "I"

US

MEANING OF THE LATIN PREFIX

"PRO"

FOR OR FORWARD

CLUE 4

ROW VALUE
800 POINTS


Response 4

ROSE OF SHARON

THE GRAPES OF WRATH

IDENTIFY THE ADJECTIVE: TRY

MAKING A FLUFFY PILLOW.

FLUFFY

HE STOLE THE MAP AND SANG

THE SONG "FIFTEEN MEN ON A

DEAD MAN'S CHEST"

CAPTAIN BILL BONES

NAME OF THE AMERICAN

AUTHOR WHO WROTE THE

POEM "THE HEART IS A LONELY

HUNTER"

CARSON MCCULLERS

IDENTIFY THE VERB TENSE OF

THE FOLLOWING SENTENCE:

SHE ACTED IN THE DRAMA

LAST NIGHT.

PAST TENSE

AUTHOR WHO WROTE THE

NOVEL "FOUNDATION AND

EMPIRE"

ISAAC ASIMOV

CLUE 5

ROW VALUE
1000 POINTS


Response 5

AMY MARCH

LITTLE WOMEN

IDENTIFY THE ADJECTIVE: THE

STUDENTS IN THIS CLASS ARE

AMERICAN CITIZENS.

AMERICAN

THE PIRATE SHOT BY JIM

AFTER HE TRIED TO KILL JIM

ISRAEL HANDS

IDENTIFY THE TITLE: "CANNON

TO THE RIGHT OF THEM,

CANNON TO THE LEFT OF

THEM, CANNON IN FRONT OF

THEM VOLLEYED AND

THUNDERED . . . ."

THE CHARGE OF THE

LIGHT BRIGADE

PUNCTUATION POINT THAT IS

USED TO INTRODUCE A LIST.

COLON

LITERARY TERM THAT REFERS

TO A STORY OF ONE'S LIFE AS

WRITTEN BY ONESELF

AUTOBIOGRAPHY

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GRAMMAR  

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CORRECT THE FOLLOWINGERROR IN SUBJECT-VERBAGREEMENT: SHE DON'T KNOWTHE ANSWER TO THEPROBLEM  

 Response:   

CHANGE DON'T TODOESN'T

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CATEGORY 1

CATEGORY 2

CATEGORY 3

CATEGORY 4

CATEGORY 5

CATEGORY 6

FULL SIZE
CATEGORY

ABBREVIATED
CATEGORY

Explanation

MALE CHARACTERS

MALE

CHARAC-

TERS

IDENTIFY THE TITLE OF THE

WORKS IN WHICH THE

FOLLOWING CHARACTERS

GRAMMAR

GRAMMAR

IDENTIFY FROM THE

INFORMATION GIVEN.

LITERATURE

LITERA-

TURE

IDENTIFY FROM THE

INFORMATION GIVEN

AUTHORS

AUTHORS

IDENTIFY THE AUTHOR

LITERATURE TWO

LITERA-

TURE TWO

IDENTIFY FROM THE

INFORMATION GIVEN.

HODGE PODGE

HODGE

PODGE

IDENTIFY FROM THE

INFORMATION GIVEN.

CLUE 1

ROW VALUE
400 POINTS


Response 1

CHINGACHGOOK

THE LAST OF THE

MOHICANS (OR THE

IDENTIFY THE PREPOSITIONAL

PHRASE: A CAT WENT AROUND

A TREE TO CHASE THE MOUSE.

AROUND A TREE

THE TERM, IN POETRY, THAT

REFERS TO A LINE OF SEVEN

FEET.

HEPTAMETER

THE WONDERFUL WIZARD OF

OZ

LYMAN FRANK BAUM

THESE WERE THE INVADERS IN

THE SCIENCE FICTION NOVEL

"THE WAR OF THE WORLDS"

MARTIANS

ENGLISH MEANING OF THE

PREFIX "NEO"

NEW

CLUE 2

ROW VALUE
800 POINTS


Response 2

ASHLEY WILKES

GONE WITH THE WIND

IDENTIFY THE ADJECTIVE: SHE

BOUGHT A GREEN SWEATER.

GREEN

THE TITLE OF HEMINGWAY'S

STORY OF A TRAGIC LOVE

AFFAIR IN ITALY DURING

WORLD WAR ONE

A FAREWELL TO ARMS

THE YEARLING

MARJORIE K. RAWLINGS

AUTHOR OF THE BOOK "RIFLES

FOR WATIE"

HAROLD KEITH

IN THE WORD PSEUDOCLASSIC,

THE FORMATIVE "PSEUDO"

INDICATES THIS

FALSE

CLUE 3

ROW VALUE
1200 POINTS


Response 3

LENNIE SMALL

OF MICE AND MEN

PAST PARTICIPLE OF THE VERB

"BEGIN"

BEGUN

TITLE OF THE BOOK IN WHICH

THE CHARACTER GANDALF

APPEARS

THE HOBBIT

TALES OF THE GROTESQUE

AND THE ARABESQUE

EDGAR ALLAN POE

AUTHOR OF THE STORY "PUCK

OF POOK'S HILL"

RUDYARD KIPLING

THE PREFIX "CIRCUM" MEANS

THIS

AROUND

CLUE 4

ROW VALUE
1600 POINTS


Response 4

CAPTAIN AHAB

MOBY DICK

SUPERLATIVE FORM FOR THE

ADJECTIVE "BLUE"

BLUEST

AUTHOR WHO WROTE THE

BOOK "THE RANSOM OF RED

CHIEF"

O. HENRY

SOCIETY AND SOLITUDE

RALPH WALDO EMERSON

AUTHOR OF THE HISTORICAL

NOVEL "THE OREGON TRAIL"

FRANCIS PARKMAN

LITERARY TERM THAT REFERS

TO A LONG WORK OF

FICTIONAL PROSE

NOVEL

CLUE 5

ROW VALUE
2000 POINTS


Response 5

JOHN THORNTON

CALL OF THE WILD

SUPERLATIVE FORM FOR THE

ADJECTIVE "BAD"

WORST

NAME OF THE RUTHLESS

CAPTAIN IN THE NOVEL

"MUTINY ON THE BOUNTY"

CAPTAIN BLIGH

A BELL FOR ADANO

JOHN HERSEY

AUTHOR OF THE BOOK "THE

ROSE AND THE RING"

WILLIAM MAKEPEACE

THACKERY

AUTHOR WHO WROTE THE

BOOK "THE WIND IN THE

WILLOWS"

KENNETH GRAHAME

 CATEGORY:   

GRAMMAR  

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 CLUE:   

CORRECT THE FOLLOWINGERROR IN SUBJECT-VERBAGREEMENT: SHE DON'T KNOWTHE ANSWER TO THEPROBLEM  

 Response:   

CHANGE DON'T TODOESN'T

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